A Level PE - Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation

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Last updated: November 5, 2018
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Includes tendons, ligaments, muscles, nerves and blood vessels
Soft tissue
A break or a crack in a bone
When the muscle is held in a stationary position for 10 seconds or more
Static stretching
The use of cold temperatures to treat an injury
Occurs when muscle fibres are stretched too far and tear
Means there is no rapid eye movement
Non-REM sleep
A blood clot in one of the deep veins in the body
Deep vein thrombosis
A sudden injury caused by a specific impact or traumatic even where a sharp pain is felt immediately
Acute injury
A build-up of fluid which causes swelling
A layer of fibrous connective tissue which surrounds the muscle or group of muscles
Uses an external force to help the stretched position
Passive stretch
Often referred to as overuse injuries
Chronic injuries
Using hopping, jumping and balance exercises to restore lost proprioception
Proprioceptive training
Used to help identify those at risk of complications from exercise, prepare performers for their sport, enhance performance and reduce injury
When the ends of bones are forced out of position
An overuse injury where the area becomes tender and swollen
Stress fracture
An overuse injury that causes pain and inflammation of the Achilles tendon
Achilles tendonitis
Uses swinging and bouncing movements
Ballistic stretching
When a stretched position is held by the contraction of an agonist muscle
Active stretch
An overuse injury that occurs in the muscles attached to the elbow that are used to straighten the wrist
Tennis elbow
Occurs when excessive force is applied to a joint and the ligament is stretched too far or tears
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