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Infographic: Top 5 Common Soccer Injuries EXPOSED!

Infographic: Top 5 Common Soccer Injuries EXPOSED!

Admin 21/02/2014 0
Check out our brand new infographic exposoing the top 5 most common soccer injuries that footballers (professional and amateur) face today. We've also included some interesting stats to accompany the infographic.   Share this Infographic On Your Site!Feel free to embed this infographic on your website. However you must link back to our homepage https://www.bodyheal.com.au/ or this blog post https://www.bodyheal.com.au/blog/infographic-top-5-common-soccer-injuries-exposed ...
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Osteoarthritis: Symptoms, Causes & Treatment Relief Options

Osteoarthritis: Symptoms, Causes & Treatment Relief Options

Admin 24/01/2014 0
Osteoarthritis is the most frequently occurring form of arthritis, affecting millions of individuals across the globe.It is often termed as the wear-and-tear arthritis, and it takes place when the protective cartilage wears down at the ends of the bones.While the condition may affect any joint of the body, it typically damages the joints in the neck, hands, lower back, hips and knees.The disorder may gradually exacerbate with time and there is no cure found until today. Treatments are available to slow down its progression, improve joint function and relieve pain. Signs and symptomsSymptoms often develop gradually and worsen with time. Some s...
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Infographic: How To Boost Recovery From A Sports Injury With R.I.C.E. Treatment

Infographic: How To Boost Recovery From A Sports Injury With R.I.C.E. Treatment

Admin 18/11/2013 0
Our first infographic designed has been very popular. The infographic shows the basics of how to recover from a sports injury using R.I.C.E. (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation), we call it Injury Management 101.  What Is R.I.C.E. TreatmentThe first thing to do after a muscle strain or ligament sprain is follow the R.I.C.E. method immediately after. This will help you recover quicker than not doing anything after. RESTStop using injured part as it may worsen the injury. Use crutches or aids if necessary. ICEThe cold from ice contracts injured capillaries and blood vessels which helps stop internal bleeding. Apply ice for every hour for no long...
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