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1

Define sports injury

Sports injury is and kind of injury, pain or physical damage that occurs as a result of sport, exercise or physical activity

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Define acute injury

Acute injuries are ones that occur in an instant

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Define chronic sports injury

Chronic injuries are ones that occur over a period of time

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Define hard tissue injury

Hard tissue injuries are injury, pain or physical damage to the solid structures of the musculoskeletal system (bone and cartilage)

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Define soft tissue injuries

Soft tissue injuries is injury, pain or physical damage to the soft structures of the musculoskeletal system (muscle, ligaments and tendons)

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Define concussion

Concussion is a violent acceleration or deceleration force of the brain resulting in imparement of neurological functions

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What can concussion cause

A haemorrhage

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Name a possible cause of concussion

Any forceful collision with an object or athlete during contact sport

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Describe a dislocation

Ends of bones are forced out original position

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Is dislocation hard or soft tissue

Hard

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Is a fracture hard or soft tissue

Hard

12

Describe a fracture

A broken bone either completely or partially fractured

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Is a sprain a hard or soft tissue injury

Soft

14

Describe a sprain

A stretch, tear or twist of the ligament and can cause a grade 1, 2 or 3 sprain

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Is a streun a soft or a hard tissue injury

Soft

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Describe a strein

A stretching injury to the tendon or muscle

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Is a cartilage tear a soft or hard tissue injury

Harf

18

Describe a cartilage tear

Where a there is a partial or comple

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Is concussion a soft or hard tissue injury

Soft or can be hard if skull. Is fractured

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Is tennis, golfers, throighers elbow a soft or hard tissue injury

Soft except throighers elbow which is hard

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Describe what the elbow injuries areb

All forms of tendinitis which is an inclination and irritation of a tendon

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Where does tennis elbow occur

Lateral elbow

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Where does golfers elbow occur

Medial elbow

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Where does throughers elbow occur

Tins fractures in bone of elbow as well as tendinitis

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Is rotator cuff tendinitis and patella tendinitis a hard or soft tissue injury

Soft

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Describe rotator Cuff tendinitis

Inflimmation of tendons in the shoulder

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Describe petella tendinitis

Inflimmation of the tendon that contains the patella and sttatches the rectus femori to the tibia

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Is osgood schlatter syndrome a soft or hard tissue injury

Soft

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Describe osgood schlatter syndrome

A condition where the patella tendon pulls on the front of the tibia where it sttatches just below the knee

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Is media tibialis pain a soft or hard tissue injury

Soft

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