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Danielle Hudak
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Many people become  victims to sports  injuries  Team Gym 
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Strains: muscle fibers or tendons (muscles to  bones) Pulled muscle Sprains: ligaments (connecting bones) Ankle sprain “Sports-Related Injuries in the Young Female                Athlete”
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Foot turns inward,  stretching or tearing the  ligaments on the outside Exercises Flexibility and strength WebMD
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Strain of the inner thigh  muscle Side-to-side motion Compression, ice, and  rest “Sports-Related Injuries in Primary Health Care”
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Three muscles in the  back of the thigh Overstretched by  certain movements Hurdling, running,  kicking leg sharply
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Pains down the front of the lower leg Can be a stress fracture, break in shin bone- 
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Unformatted text preview: prolonged rest Rest and ice Holds the leg bone to the knee Can strain or tear the ACL Hear a pop when it is torn Surgery Sports-Related Injuries in Young Female Athlete Repetitive movement of the kneecap (patella) against the thigh bone (femur) Damages tissue under kneecap Patience- 6 weeks Low impact exercise and work out quadriceps Repetitive use of the elbow Irritate or make tiny tears in the elbows tendons Stay away until pain improves Warm up, stretch, workout, cool down, stretch Increase blood flow and HR Pre-participation training Stop when fatigued...
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