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Knee injuries are common in children, especially those who play sports, and a sprained medial collateral ligament medium (LLI) – a ligament that helps to maintain the stability of the knee – is a common type of knee injury .
Children engaged in contact sports like football and rugby are more likely to injure the MCL. Injuries occur when you hit the outside of the knee, making it twice as unnaturally inward (toward the other knee). This creates tension in the MCL, a band-shaped structure like a rope, causing it to stretch or break.
Children with a sprained MCL partial or total may have swelling and pain within 24 hours after being injured. Fortunately, this injury can be cured only by rest for 1 to 6 weeks.
Most children need physical therapy (“physiological”) or rehabilitation to help regain joint force. Read the rest of this entry »
Here are the main causes of injury:
- A race meeting overloaded
- Some runners enslave races. You have to listen to his body and give a test.
- Too abrupt a change in training
- Do not suddenly increase the mileage of over 15% per week, install bearings and spare your joints.
- A training ground traumatic
- Prefers soft soil (clay) or path. Do not run too often on the pavement or sidewalks.
- Ill-fitting footwear
- As running is a sport focused, it is excellent shoe, perfectly adapted to absorb shocks. Take some advice from a dealer. You can examine your old shoes to find suitable shoes for your stride. Read the rest of this entry »