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Shoulder Injuries in Sports and Rehabilitation
Athletes from all sports and levels of competition frequently experience pain and dysfunction as a result of rotator cuff injuries. These injuries can also significantly affect an athlete's playing career and their capacity to compete in sports. An acute incident of trauma, such as a direct blow or falling on an extended arm, or chronic overuse and recurrent microtrauma can all cause rotator cuff problems in elite athletes. From rotator cuff contusions and tendinopathies to rotator cuff tears, injuries can manifest in a range of severity. In the near term, rotator cuff injury post-injury discomfort and inflammation can be managed with the prudent use of oral non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines (NSAIDS).
About the Speaker
Dr. Murtuza Sabuwala
Founder of Ultimate Performance, Sports Rehabilitation Centre.
Principles of Sports Physio Assessment and Rehab
The field of sports physiotherapy, sports medicine, and orthopedic surgery has evolved into one where rehabilitation following sports injuries is handled by specialists. A cause for worry is the shifting nature of sports-related injuries and the dearth of facilities for rehabilitation in many parts of India. Injury specific rehabilitation protocols are being practiced worldwide but need to be introduced according to the nature of the sport as well as available facilities. Even in India, sports physicians are increasingly joining specialist rehabilitation teams, and they can help with medication, nutritional supplements, and specialized tests that could improve injury understanding.
Rehabilitation Recovery Strategies : Football Players
Recovery Strategies are imperative in team sports and elite soccer, where players can compete in >60 competitive matches per season. The most common recovery strategies used and perceived effective by football clubs include nutrition (97% of respondents), sleep (95%), cold-water immersion and contrast water therapy (78%), active recovery (81%) and compression garments.
Sports Rehabilitation: Lower Limb Injuries
Sports activities play an important role in today’s society. However, as many people become involved in these activities, the number of sports-related injuries for football players also increases drastically. Sports injuries are common and can occur throughout our body to bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments and other structures.Minor sports Injuries can be treated at home with rest, ice, compression, elevation and OTC pain medications. But some major injuries require medical treatment,physical therapy and surgery. Our Speaker Dr Murtuza Sabuwala Founder of Ultimate Performance Rehabilitation gives an in-depth analysis on lower limb injury scenarios that he sees regularly in his Rehabilitation center.
11 Tips For Sports Rehabilitation (4-6)
Sports injuries generally occur for two different reasons: trauma and overuse. Rehabilitation is the restoration of optimal form (anatomy) and function (physiology).Musculoskeletal injuries can have immediate and significant detrimental effects on function. When an individual experiences or is likely to experience limitations in everyday functioning due to aging or a health condition, including chronic diseases or disorders, injuries or traumas, a set of interventions is needed. "Rehabilitation enables individuals of all ages to maintain or return to their daily life activities, fulfill meaningful life roles and maximize their well-being"
11 Tips For Sports Rehabilitation (7-8)
The majority of patients are eager to resume their regular functioning activities or their sport after suffering a sports injury. Regardless of the sport you play or your skill level, injuries are regrettably a given while participating in sports. An early return to sports is made possible by seeking aid quickly and developing a clear recovery plan.