General

Soft Tissue Injuries*

The biggest risk factor for soft tissue injury is a previous injury. A player returning from injury or illness should refrain from activity until declared fit to play by a sports medicine professional.

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Myofascial Pain & Dry Needling

Myofascial Pain Syndromes (MPS) are defined as musculoskeletal pain disorders caused by one or more myofascial trigger points and their associated reflexes.

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Exercise and Breast Support*

A recent study found that 88% of female adolescents wore a bra during sport that did not fit correctly, while 85% failed a simple knowledge test on bras and bra fit.

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Eye Injuries*

Sports injuries to the eye can range from external bruising to loss of vision. With vigilance, and preventive measures, the number of these eye injuries can be dramatically reduced.

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Dental Injuries*

Blood supply to the head is abundant, so any injury to the face or mouth bleeds profusely. For dental/mouth injuries, blood mixing with saliva increases the risk of blood-borne infection.

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Concussion*

Concussion is a complex physiological process affecting the brain due to a direct or indirect blow to the head, face, neck or body causing an impulsive force transmitted to the head.

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Asthma Management*

Asthma is the narrowing of the airways due to spasm and/or swelling of the airway walls, making breathing difficult. There may also be an accumulation of mucus and fluid in the airways, contributing to the narrowing of the airways.

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