Running injuries

Running is one of the easiest and most popular ways to stay fit active but it is also one of the easiest way to get injured due to the impact and stress of the lower extremity structures, common injuries are:

• Runner's Knee.
• Achilles Tendonitis.
• Hamstring Issues.
• Plantar Fasciitis.
• Shin splints.
• Iliotibial Band Syndrome
• Stress Fracture.
• Peroneal Tendonitis
• Metatarsalgia

Triathlon injuries

Most injuries can be tracked to one cause or a combination of causes such as overtraining, poor flexibility, or low strength. If you are an Elite Triathlete there is a 75% chance you will be injured within a five year period, if you are a Club Triathlete chances are around 56%. Common triathlon injuries are:

• Rotator Cuff Tendonitis
• Neck Sprain
• Low Back Pain
• Swimmer’s Shoulder
• Medial Synovia Plica Syndrome
• Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
• Degenerative Disc Disease
• Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness

Soccer injuries

Soccer is the most popular sport in the world, soccer provides a full aerobic exercise but also helps develop coordination, balance and resistance. Soccer injuries usually include direct concussion or rotation of the lower extremities, some of them are:

• Unhappy Triad of the Knee
• Hamstring Pull
• Head Concussion
• Groin Pull
• Meniscus Tear
• Patellar Chondromalacia
• Osgood’s Schlatter’s Syndrome
• Anterior Ankle Impingement
• Retrocalcaneal Bursitis
• Adductor Tendinopathy

Basketball injuries

Basketball is one of the most popular sports, and it is also one of the highest contributors to sport -related injuries due to its fast-paced rhythm. Some of those injuries are:

• Calf Tear
• Ankle Sprain
• Ankle Fracture
• Finger Fracture
• Patellofemoral Syndrome
• Shoulder Bursitis

Baseball injuries

Because baseball consists of so many repetitive movements, overuse injuries are common—even in young athletes. Baseball players who throw too hard, too much or too early and without rest are putting their upper extremities at risk of injury.

• Rotator Cuff Syndrome
• Shoulder Instability
• Ulnar Collateral Ligament Tear
• Lumbar Herniated Disc
• Wrist Fracture
• Thumb Fracture
• Elbow Tendinitis

Football injuries

Due to Tackling, blocking, and other physical interactions football is considered a high-impact sport and this can result in a high incidence of injuries including:

• Concussion
• ACL Tear
• PCL Tear
• Ankle Sprain
• Torn Hamstring
• Shoulder Dislocation
• Clavicle Fracture
• Spinal Cord Injury

CrossFit injuries

CrossFit has taken off in popularity in recent years and due to the combination of a wide extreme range of movements, it can mean an even wider range of injuries, some of them are:

• Achilles Tendinopathy
• Rhabdomyolysis
• De Quervain’s
• Spine Stress Fracture
• Anterior Shoulder Impingement
• Acromioclavicular Joint Separation
• Wrist Ligament Tear
• Knee Ligament Tear

Golf injuries

Golf is considered a low-impact sport, however it causes a significant number of injuries due to poor mechanic and posture, some of these injuries are:

• Medial Epicondylitis
• Back Pain
• Trigger Finger
• Cervical Herniated Disc
• Hip Strain
• Spondylolysis
• Trochanteric Bursitis
• Facet Join Pain
• Piriformis Syndrome

Tennis injuries

Tennis is a very one-sided activity which often results in overuse, added to this, the different number of surfaces where it can be played can lead to different speeds that can affect the body and cause injuries.

• Tennis Elbow
• Thigh Strain
• Collateral Ligaments Sprain
• Impingement Syndrome
• Pectoral Strain
• Calf Tear
• Posterior Tibial Thendinopathy