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Sports injuries

Sports injuries

Sports injuries are the cause of acute pain in various parts of the body. These injuries occur during athletic activities and lead to chronic pain in the hands, legs or back. This makes it difficult to move a body part, which confines activity.

Sports-Injuries

Sports injuries Causes And Symptoms

Causes

Symptoms

There are many ways to treat sports injury pain through exercises or nonsurgical methods. Get personalized pain relief and management programs to get back to your healthy life.

Pain management is a combination of therapies. These treatments include medications, physical therapy, and nerve blocks.

Sports Injuries: Get Back In The Game

It’s no secret that high-impact activity can be hard on the body. Whether it’s competitive sports, long-distance running or even high-intensity yoga, these types of fast, weight-bearing movements can create excess load on the joints, strain the muscles and even fracture bones or rupture tendons.

The most common types of sports-related injuries are:  
  •  Sprains: overstretching or tearing the ligaments resulting in discomfort and bruising around the impacted joint.
  • Strains: overstretching or tearing of muscles or tendons resulting in discomfort and muscle spasms in impacted area.
  •  Knee injuries: ranging from overstretching to tearing the associated muscles or tissues within the knee, this type of injury will often impact your range of motion with the joint.
  •  Swollen muscles: overuse that results in discomfort in and around the impacted area, as well as visible swelling that can sometimes result in muscle weakness.
  •  Achilles tendon rupture: a thin, powerful tendon at the back of your ankle, any compromise of this tendon (such as a break or rupture) will often result in severe, sudden pain and difficulty walking.
  •  Fractures: in instances where the impact is strong enough, the associated bones could fracture or break causing severe discomfort and difficulty moving.
  • Dislocations: a bone forced out of its socket due to overbearing load or heavy impact, can cause pain, swelling and weakness in the impacted area.
  •  Rotator cuff injuries: a tear in any one of the four muscles that keep your shoulder in optimum function can result in pain, swelling and lack of mobility.

When it comes to treatment for these conditions, Texas Pain Network can help provide you with the support and relief you need to heal as quickly as possible and get back in the game.

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