Prevention & Precautions
for
Athletes
Sports Ayurveda Research Cell
( S A R C )
Thodupuzha
In past Sports Care
was more concerned
with Diagnosing &
Treating than
PREVENTING
The signs that I might have a running
Injury?
• Pain or discomfort while running
• Pain at rest
• Inability to sleep
• Lim...
Some common Running Injuries
• Knee injuries — kneecap pain, tendonitis
• Lower leg pain — shin splints, stress fractures,...
Martial Arts
• After soccer, Judo is the most practiced sport
in the world
• The injury type is often dependent on the
par...
Concussion ( injury to brain )
• headache, dizziness,
nausea, balance problems,
difficulties with
concentration, and memor...
Head/Eyes/Ear/Nose/Neck/Skin
• Minor injuries such as
cuts, bruises and
lacerations
• More serious injuries, such
as fract...
Injury Prevention
• Have a pre-participation physical exam and clearance
evaluation before participating.
• When initially...
Archery
• According to the National Safety Council’s
statistics, archery is more than three times
safer than golf.
• Arche...
Injuries
• Cutting themselves with their
razor-sharp hunting
arrowheads
• Slapping the wrist with the
bowstring
• Very rar...
BOXING
• Contact Sport so leads to Impact
Injuries
• Head or Brain Injuries
• Jaw & Facial Injuries
• Rotator Cuff Injurie...
JUDO
• Back pain, Slip disc, Spinal Injuries
• Cuts & Bruises esp Cauliflower ear
• Knee – Ligament & Crartilage -
Sprain/...
Tips to Boxer
• 45 to 55 percent of a boxer's diet consist of
carbohydrates. slowly release energy to the
body, helping to...
Judo Tips
• To prevent your finger being
dislocated while grappling make
sure you remove all rings and
jewellery and maybe...
Individual Preparation
• The first step to improving fitness or sports
performance through physical conditioning is
to des...
• cross-training— using various sports or
exercises to improve overall performance and
also decreasing the risk of sufferi...
• FREQUENCY
• DURATION
• INTENSITY
Increase one element by
adjusting others
• For eg:
Increase in duration =
reduce freque...
Hydration
• To be hydrated Before,
During & After
• Water regulates body
temperature, lubricates
joints and helps
transpor...
How Much !!!
• Drink 17 to 20 ounces of water 2 to 3 hours
before
• Drink 8 ounces of water 20 to 30 minutes
before you st...
Dehydration & Strain Grade
Poor Posture & Injuries
REASONS
• Sedentary Life style
• Poor training
techniques
• Use of high heels
• Shoulder impingeme...
GOOD POSTURE
• Head up
• Chest up
• Shoulders back
• Neck and back aligned
• Shoulder blades down
(upper traps relaxed)
• ...
Warm Up
• Increased Muscle
Temperature
• Increased Body
Temperature
• Blood Vessels Dilate
• Improved Range of
Motion
• ho...
PRESSURES
• Outside Stress
• Union Pressure
• Excessive Load
• Personal Stress
• Poor Equipment
• Incorrect Surfaces
• Pre...
Personal Hygiene
• Same Dress After
Practice Should be
Avoided
• uniforms should be
washed after every
game - in full cont...
INJURY MANAGEMENT
PREVENTION TREATMENT
REHABILITATION
PREVENTION
REST
WARM
UP
HYDRATIO
N
FIRsT AId
SPLINTS BANDAGES
REHABILITATION
sO WE PROVIdE
YOGA COUNSELLING
QUAcks
ANKLE SPRAIN THIRUMMU
To The Hospital X- Ray
OTTAMOOLI – Most Common
In
Headache Stomach Pain
Back Pain
For Woman For Man
THIRUMMU FOR ALL?
B E W
A R E…!
• Here Comes The Importance of Modern Ayurveda
• We Use The Modern Methodologies / Advances In
Diagnosis
• Medicines are M...
DISTRICT AYURVEDA HOSPITAL THODUPUZHA
LABORATORY X RAY
UNIT
PHARMACY EYE CARE UNIT NURSING CARE
PANCHAKARMA
SaRc THODUPUZHa in MEDia
WE aRE HERE TO SERVE
YOU…
USE US BUT NOT
YOU aRE THE F U T U R
E
OUR SINCERE THANKS
TO
THOMAS MASH
Mr. SALIMKUTTY
Mr. RAJAS
AND MANY….
WHO WORKED BEHIND
THE SCREEN
Prevention & precautions - A guide to Sports persons
Prevention & precautions - A guide to Sports persons
Prevention & precautions - A guide to Sports persons
Prevention & precautions - A guide to Sports persons
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Prevention & precautions - A guide to Sports persons

Prevention & precautions - A guide to Sports persons A Practical Guide to prevent sports injuries Sports Ayurveda Research cell, thodupuzha, Kerala
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Transcripts - Prevention & precautions - A guide to Sports persons

  • 1. Prevention & Precautions for Athletes Sports Ayurveda Research Cell ( S A R C ) Thodupuzha
  • 2. In past Sports Care was more concerned with Diagnosing & Treating than PREVENTING
  • 3. The signs that I might have a running Injury? • Pain or discomfort while running • Pain at rest • Inability to sleep • Limping • Easily experiencing shortness of breath (exercise asthma) • Stiffness • Headaches during or after running • Dizziness or lightheaded feeling any time
  • 4. Some common Running Injuries • Knee injuries — kneecap pain, tendonitis • Lower leg pain — shin splints, stress fractures, calf problems • Foot and ankle injuries — ankle sprain, heel pain, plantar fasciitis (bottom of foot pain), toe injuries • Pelvic and hip injuries — muscle pulls, growth plate stress injuries, tendonitis, groin pain, buttock pain • Heat injuries — sunburn, dehydration, heat exhaustion, stroke • Skin injuries — blisters or heat rash
  • 5. Martial Arts • After soccer, Judo is the most practiced sport in the world • The injury type is often dependent on the particular form of martial art being performed • Over use injuries ( in non contact) • Contact martial arts vary widely in their techniques, rules, and protective equipment and these factors affect the injuries and injury rates
  • 6. Concussion ( injury to brain ) • headache, dizziness, nausea, balance problems, difficulties with concentration, and memory problems • Symptoms can last from several minutes to days, weeks, months, or even longer in some cases • should be removed from play and evaluated by a health professional
  • 7. Head/Eyes/Ear/Nose/Neck/Skin • Minor injuries such as cuts, bruises and lacerations • More serious injuries, such as fractures of the nose, face, or skull as well as significant injuries of the eyes mouth or teeth can result • Choking techniques that can result in loss of consciousness. • Cuts & skin infections.
  • 8. Injury Prevention • Have a pre-participation physical exam and clearance evaluation before participating. • When initially selecting the martial art you plan to participate in, learn the inherent risks with each style of martial art before selecting the one to pursue. • Always train and practice your martial art under direct supervision from an experienced teacher. • Perform proper warm-up and cool-down routines. • Wear appropriate protective equipment in your style of martial art, i.e., gloves, mouth guard, headgear, chest protector, padding, and/or bracing. • Speak with a sports medicine professional or athletic trainer if you have any concerns about injuries or strategies for preventing injuries.
  • 9. Archery • According to the National Safety Council’s statistics, archery is more than three times safer than golf. • Archery is one of the most accessible sports for people with disabilities. • Nobody is trying to block, catch, tackle or stop them. The competition is between the archer and the target
  • 10. Injuries • Cutting themselves with their razor-sharp hunting arrowheads • Slapping the wrist with the bowstring • Very rare cases of someone being hit by an arrow usually occur when someone is practicing in an unsafe area • Bicipital tendinitis frequently occurs from overuse syndromes of the shoulder • Shoulder injuries – Mainly postural
  • 11. BOXING • Contact Sport so leads to Impact Injuries • Head or Brain Injuries • Jaw & Facial Injuries • Rotator Cuff Injuries • Finger, thumb and hand fractures • Stress fractures, tendonitis, sprains- of leg • Neck, Back & Rib Injuries • Cuts & Bruises - contact with an opponent’s gloves or head. • Kidney Damage
  • 12. JUDO • Back pain, Slip disc, Spinal Injuries • Cuts & Bruises esp Cauliflower ear • Knee – Ligament & Crartilage - Sprain/Tear/Damage, Dislocations esp ACL • Shoulder – Acromio-clavicular joint sprain Dislocations & Impingement syndrome • Finger dislocation & Rib Injury • Turf Toe – Pain @ the base of toe (Tearing this joint capsule) • Judo elbow ( Tennis Elbow)
  • 13. Tips to Boxer • 45 to 55 percent of a boxer's diet consist of carbohydrates. slowly release energy to the body, helping to increase fight stamina • boxers should limit their fat consumption to monounsaturated fats • Proteins act as an additional energy source, and help with muscle repair • Boxers should consume a minimum of 8 to 10 glasses of water on a daily basis. • junk food, Sugar, fried food and saturated fats are short-lasting sources of energy for a
  • 14. Judo Tips • To prevent your finger being dislocated while grappling make sure you remove all rings and jewellery and maybe tape you fingers • Use soft shin pads & footsweep properly • Special footwear inserts – to prevent turf toe • avoid any contact activity that may cause cauliflower ear • Elbow Band to prevent Judo Elbow
  • 15. Individual Preparation • The first step to improving fitness or sports performance through physical conditioning is to design a program with the goals and needs of the sport in mind • Not every sport or form of exercise requires each component of physical conditioning in equal proportion • Specialists evaluate athletes and their current level of fitness, strength, and endurance and design the program based on the athlete’s specific needs.
  • 16. • cross-training— using various sports or exercises to improve overall performance and also decreasing the risk of suffering an overuse injury. • Trying to achieve the goal too quickly might increase the risk for an overuse injury • “ TOO MUCH TOO SOON “
  • 17. • FREQUENCY • DURATION • INTENSITY Increase one element by adjusting others • For eg: Increase in duration = reduce frequency & intensity • Any Pain or Joint Stiffness is a WARNING SIGN • So Learn Proper Technique
  • 18. Hydration • To be hydrated Before, During & After • Water regulates body temperature, lubricates joints and helps transport nutrients for energy and health • There are no set guidelines for water intake while exercising because everyone is different. • Dehydration can range from mild to severe. • Dizziness or lightheadedness • Nausea or vomiting • Muscle cramps • Dry mouth • Sweating stops • Heart palpitations
  • 19. How Much !!! • Drink 17 to 20 ounces of water 2 to 3 hours before • Drink 8 ounces of water 20 to 30 minutes before you start exercising or during your warm-up • Drink 7 to 10 ounces of water every 10 to 20 minutes during exercise • Drink 8 ounces of water no more than 30 minutes after you exercise • 1 CUP (200ml) EVERY 20 MINUTES If your urine is consistently colorless or light yellow, you are most likely staying well hydrated. Take care of sodium, potassium and other electrolytes Dark yellow or amber-colored urine is a sign of dehydration.
  • 20. Dehydration & Strain Grade
  • 21. Poor Posture & Injuries REASONS • Sedentary Life style • Poor training techniques • Use of high heels • Shoulder impingement • Low Back Pain • Patello – femoral Knee pain • Shoulder Neck Pain • Sciatica Syndrome
  • 22. GOOD POSTURE • Head up • Chest up • Shoulders back • Neck and back aligned • Shoulder blades down (upper traps relaxed) • Stomach tight (belly button tucked towards spine) • Hips back • Knees slightly bent Poor posture indicates muscles under stress
  • 23. Warm Up • Increased Muscle Temperature • Increased Body Temperature • Blood Vessels Dilate • Improved Range of Motion • hormones makes more carbohydrates and fatty acids available for energy production. • Mental Preparation • Gradually increasing the intensity of your specific sport • Stretching a cold muscle can increase the risk of injury from pulls and tears • the perfect warm up is a very individual process that can only come with practice, experimentation and experience
  • 24. PRESSURES • Outside Stress • Union Pressure • Excessive Load • Personal Stress • Poor Equipment • Incorrect Surfaces • Previous Injury
  • 25. Personal Hygiene • Same Dress After Practice Should be Avoided • uniforms should be washed after every game - in full contact sports, injuries can also occur and dirt and blood • Avoid Water From Nearby Taps • Never Share Water Bottles & Towels • Shower after every practice / game • Rest & Sleep is very Important • Food & Nutrition to be maintained • Never Hide Injuries… Tell it THERE IS NO MAGICAL PILL TO SUCCESS
  • 26. INJURY MANAGEMENT PREVENTION TREATMENT REHABILITATION
  • 27. PREVENTION REST WARM UP HYDRATIO N
  • 28. FIRsT AId
  • 29. SPLINTS BANDAGES
  • 30. REHABILITATION
  • 31. sO WE PROVIdE YOGA COUNSELLING
  • 32. QUAcks ANKLE SPRAIN THIRUMMU
  • 33. To The Hospital X- Ray
  • 34. OTTAMOOLI – Most Common In Headache Stomach Pain
  • 35. Back Pain For Woman For Man THIRUMMU FOR ALL?
  • 36. B E W A R E…!
  • 37. • Here Comes The Importance of Modern Ayurveda • We Use The Modern Methodologies / Advances In Diagnosis • Medicines are Modernized • Doctors – Integration of Textual Practice & Modern Knowledge THiRUMMU + OTTaMOOLi aYURVEDa
  • 38. DISTRICT AYURVEDA HOSPITAL THODUPUZHA
  • 39. LABORATORY X RAY UNIT PHARMACY EYE CARE UNIT NURSING CARE PANCHAKARMA
  • 40. SaRc THODUPUZHa in MEDia
  • 41. WE aRE HERE TO SERVE YOU… USE US BUT NOT YOU aRE THE F U T U R E
  • 42. OUR SINCERE THANKS TO THOMAS MASH Mr. SALIMKUTTY Mr. RAJAS AND MANY…. WHO WORKED BEHIND THE SCREEN

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