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Dr. James Eitner
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Sports Injuries (Definition)

A sports injury is a condition in which a person has some damage to his body caused by his participation in a sport. Sports injuries include overheating, dehydration, joint sprains, muscle strains, bone fractures, ...Read more


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Does DMSO work for sports injuries?

Does DMSO work for sports injuries?

Possibly...: Dmso is used topically to decrease pain and speed the healing of wounds, and muscle and skeletal injuries. Its exact mechanisms are unknown. It causes a garlic-like taste, and breath and body odor. It is a prescription drug but industrial grade DMSO is avail. Do not use nonprescript. As it may have impurities. Dmso is a strong solvent and can carry these impurities rapidly into the body. ...Read more

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Does yoga usually help sports injuries?

Does yoga usually help sports injuries?

Yes!: Yoga is a great way to improve your strength and flexibility, both great ways to improve (or prevent sports injuries). Your local y or even your community center will offer low cost classes. There are different type of yoga the one called hatha yoga has movements that involves body movements and streching which helps. ...Read more

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Where can I find a good physiotherapist for a sports injury?

Where can I find a good physiotherapist for a sports injury?

Functional Movement: I would recommend functionalmovement.Com and then find an expert. This is a specific type of therapist who can correct movement patterns which often are responsible for injuries. ...Read more

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Is not icing or taking medicine for sports injuries a bad idea?

Is not icing or taking medicine for sports injuries a bad idea?

Ice helps.: Icing and taking anti-inflammatory medications can only help virtually all sports related injuries. They both reduce pain and inflammation. ...Read more

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How do I know a sports injury isn’t something I can just walk off?

Try walking on it: Most sports related injuries are mild enough that formal medical attention is not necessary. Pain with routine use is a predictable symptom that should alarm individuals to seek medical attention for at least an informed opinion and an injury specific examination. If no pain, obvious deformity, skin break, or sense of joint looseness (laxity) is present, an attempt at "return to play" is safe. ...Read more

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How can you reduce swelling in a sports injury other than using ice?

How can you reduce swelling in a sports injury  other than using ice?

Elevation: The other way to reduce swelling is to elevate the injured part of the body. If a wrist is injured, then the wrist should be above the elbow, as well as above the heart. Fluid that collects from an injury can be absorbed by the body, but if there is excessive swelling or excessive damage, the elevation helps the body do the work. ...Read more

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Anyone help me with my sports injury. Fell off bike and broke wrist and still hurts after a year ?

Anyone help me with my sports injury. Fell off bike and broke wrist and still hurts after a year ?

A Hand Surgeon: If your wrist still hurts after a year you either have a fracture that has not healed, a fracture that has healed in a wrong position, a ligament injury also, post traumatic arthritis. See a hand surgeon who can make the appropriate diagnosis and help you get better. ...Read more

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Injuries (Definition)

An injury, of any severity, is a condition in which a person has damage to any part of his body. Examples of major injuries include gunshot wounds, knife wounds, large burns, severed ...Read more


Hymen (Definition)

A membranous fold of tissue that partly or completely occludes ...Read more