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Rehab Centers for Sports Injuries

Various types of sports injuries may result from exercise or from playing sports such as football, basketball, tennis or soccer. While exercising is an excellent activity for overall health the risk of injury increases with the amount of physical activity that is taken part in and with the strenuousness of the activity or the sport. Sports injuries may result from poor training practices, accidents or from using improper gear or equipment.

The most common types of sports injuries are sprains and strains as well as knee injuries. Various other types of sports injuries may also occur ranging from swollen or strained muscles, tendon injuries and pain in the shins or joints. More severe sports injuries may include fractures or dislocations of the hips, shoulders, legs or other parts of the body.

People who are injured while playing sports may need to seek immediate medical care. In some situations, sports injuries may require long term physical therapy in order to heal and recover from the injury. Pain relievers, rehabilitation and in severe cases, surgery may be required during the treatment process when dealing with a particular sports injury. Rehab centers that focus on treating sports injuries will usually have doctors, physical therapists and other specialists on staff to help the individual to recover from sports injuries.

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