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Muscle Injuries!!

One of the general case of muscle related problem observed in the clinic of the ligament physician is the muscle injury.

Up to now very little research is available on this basic problem and clinical procedure for the treatment and prevention of muscle injury.

Such defective muscles have a little pain for both passive and active muscle injury.

Muscle strain injury is not only because of the muscle contraction only but strains are also due to excessive stretch imposed on the muscle while it is being activated.

When the muscle injury occurs due to tear damage is located very near to the muscle ligament junction.

After muscle injury, the muscle become weaker and is at a risk of further damage.

The force applied on the muscle returns back over the upcoming days as the muscle undergoes a definite progression towards muscle tissue healing.

Current x-ray imaging research has been used to clinically prove the exact location of injury occurred in the muscle ligament junction.

The most common injury in muscles tendons are hamstring, rectus femoris, gastrocnemius, and adductor long us muscles.

Muscle injury are inconsistent with contact of a single muscle ligament junction are proved to be at delicate origins rather than its presence.

The risks of muscle re-injury are also high.

Anybody who exercises hard or takes part in sports has most probably suffered from at least one muscle injury.

Muscle injury can be prevented, by taking very simple preventive steps:

" Following a suitable warm up routine
" Supplement with recovery energy booster drinks during extended exercise periods
" Follow a scientific cool down routine
" Follow a proper warm up routine

A scientific warm up routine procedure consist of low to high cardiovascular type of training with a slow step by step increase in intensity, unless the athlete reaches about eighty percent of maximum predicted heart rate.

The warm up should last for fifteen minutes.

The aim of the warm up is to slowly increase the temperature of the muscles and tendons of the body by at least three degrees.

This increase in muscle temperature results in improved extensibility of muscle and ligaments, which in turn, boosts muscle function, and diminish the risk for muscle injury.

The suitable warm up also forces more blood flow to the muscle, thereby improving muscle flexibility.

When there is an all of a sudden muscle pain in the hamstrings, which might not be more than a slight twinge might ultimately end up causing severe muscle injury.

After the gradual muscle pain, the torn muscle portion feels sore to touch and gives pain whenever you contract or expand hamstrings.

A muscle injury in the hamstrings, is directly related to a specific movement or action, is usually defined as a hamstring pull or muscle strain.

This muscle injury can also happen for similar reasons related to the acute tear.

The muscles are stretched, fatigued, or weak, and are then finally strained by overwork.

Overtraining, in particular if includes similar movements to be practiced again and again, is a major cause of hamstring muscle injury or strain.

Treatment of this problem includes intravenous injections, and different forms of physiotherapy healing.

But the most crucial factor in recovery is getting back full flexibility in the muscles, and strength.

The problem with re-injury to the hamstring muscle pain is that they come back again and again.

What is an abdominal muscle injury?

An abdominal muscle injury, also called a pulled abdominal muscle pain, is an injury to one of the internal muscles dislocation of the abdominal wall.

A muscle injury occurs when a particular muscle is stretched beyond the limit.

When this problem develops the muscle fibers are torn apart.

Most commonly, a muscle injury causes minute tears within the muscle, but sometime sit can cause severe injuries, the muscle can come out from its attachment.

The abdominal consist of several muscles.

Abdominal muscle pains are classified according to the degree of sensitivity of the muscle injury.

Treatment of abdominal muscle injury is difficult.

As there is no way to split the abdomen muscle and it is nearly impossible to fully rest these injured muscles.

The most important step after developing an abdominal muscle pain is to allow the muscle to relax down and allow the inflammation to slowly decrease with every passing day.

Avoid regular exercise to allow the muscle injury to heal and to ensure that they never cause any further re-injury in the future time.

Exercises that cause muscle injury in the abdominal muscles should be avoided under any circumstances.

Gentle stretching is recommended, but it should not be painful.

Stretching too much can be harmful, and it slows down the healing process.

Apply ice to the injured area in the first 72 hours after injury and then after exercise.

Before exercise, gentle warm up can help to loosen the muscle.

 
 
 
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