Injury Prevention News & Information

 

Updated: July 21, 2014


A new type of screening test may help detect risk of exertion medial tibial pain in athletes.

New screening test to help identify EMTP

A new type of screening test may help detect risk of exertion medial tibial pain in athletes.

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New guidelines will help doctors address Female Athlete Triad.

New guidelines will help doctors treat female athlete triad

7/16/2014

The keys in addressing Female Athlete Triad are prevention and vigilance in recognizing the signs... [ more ]

Female athletes at increased risk of ACL injuries.

Female athletes at increased risk of ACL injuries

5/27/2014

According to a report by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, females who engage in sports that involve jumps and quick turning movements are two to 10 times more likely than males to experience an injury to their knee ligaments. .. [ more ]

 

Unbalanced protein consumption leads to decreased muscle mass

Unbalanced protein consumption leads to decreased muscle mass

5/30/2014

Bones can support a great deal of weight, but many common sports injuries occur because of insufficient muscle mass to support and protect them... [ more ]

Recovery after wrist surgery: Getting back to normal.

Recovery after wrist surgery: Getting back to normal

5/14/2014

Orthopaedic pain in the wrist can inhibit any number of activities that require dexterity in the wrist and hands, but there are steps a person can take to minimize the chances repeat injury. .. [ more ]

 

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