SPORTS INJURY CLINIC IN PUNE
Our team of doctors at Pune's best sports clinic come with an experience of more than a decade and is actively involved in major conferences and seminars across the country. We have well trained staff which is ever ready to serve you in times of need.
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT
Sports injuries can happen when exercising or playing a sport. Although adults can also sustain similar injuries, children are more vulnerable. Different sports injuries result in various symptoms and after-effects.
Types of Sports Injuries
Sprained ligaments are tissues that link two bones together at a joint. A sprain occurs when ligaments get stretched beyond their limit or rupture. When muscles or tendons are overextended or damaged. Tendons are fibrous strands of tissue that join bone to muscles.
A sports injury limits the range of motion in the knee joint. It might be anything from an overstretch to a muscle or tissue rupture in the knee.
A muscular swell
A natural response to an injury is swelling. Muscles that are swollen may also hurt and be feeble.
A ruptured achilles tendon
A strong, thin tendon is called the Achilles tendon and is at the back of your ankle. This tendon may rupture or tear when playing sports. When it happens, you could feel abrupt, excruciating pain and have trouble walking.
Broken bones are another name for bone fractures.
A bone in your body might dislocate due to a sports injury. A bone is yanked out of its socket when that occurs. Swelling and weakening may result from this, which can be uncomfortable.
How can I Avoid Sports Injuries?
The simplest method to avoid a sports injury is to stretch and warm up correctly. Cold muscles are more prone to tearing and overstretching. Warm muscles are more flexible. Damage is less likely when the body is warmed up as it can absorb fast motions, bends, and jerks.
Also, follow these guidelines to prevent sports injuries:
Learn the correct movement patterns for your sport or hobby. Different stances and postures are needed for various sorts of exercise. For instance, in some sports, bending your knees at the appropriate moment might assist you in preventing suffering a spine or hip injury.
The appropriate footwear
Ensure you are wearing the proper athletic protection. Your risk of injury might rise if your shoes or equipment don't fit properly.
Do not overdo it, please.
If you get hurt, wait until you're well enough to resume the activity. Try not to “work through” the discomfort. You might need to ease back into the activity or sport after giving your body time to heal rather than return with the same level of intensity.
Don't forget to cool off. Typically, this involves repeating the warm-stretching exercises and movements.
Slowing, resuming action
Do not ignore your wound for too long. Overly resting may also prevent healing. Resuming your preferred sport or exercise when you feel alright is fine. No matter when they last donned a baseball uniform or faced a linebacker on the football field, anybody might find themselves dealing with a sports injury. However, several things make you or a loved one more likely to get hurt.
Most kids are unaware of their physical limitations. As a result, kids are more likely to injure themselves faster than adults or teens. Children are more prone to sports injuries due to their hyperactive energy levels.
As age advances, a lot of wear and tear occurs. If an individual is older than average, their injury risk and recovery time rise.
Sometimes minor wounds develop into major ones. A doctor can see many overuse ailments early on, including tendinitis and fractures.
Being overweight puts more pressure on your ankles, knees, and hips. Exercise and sports increase this pressure and make you more prone to injuries.
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Polaris Healthcare has been active in Sports Medicine for over a decade. Dr Surendra Patil, who possesses over 20 years of expertise in orthopaedics and sports-related injuries, has also taken a keen initiative to facilitate sports medicine services to athletes locally in Pune and for elite national athletes.
Our team of doctors, physical therapists, trainers, and nutritionists at the sports injury clinic are dedicated to healing you most quickly and safely possible by designing a proactive approach that would work best for you individually. We see every patient with a different eye because no individual is the same, and neither are their problems.