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Basketball Injury Prevention

Basketball players are most commonly at risk for injuries to the ankles, knees, and shoulders. Read on to learn how you can avoid injury on the court.


Biking is a fun, healthy way to get exercise. Read these tips to stay safe while you ride.


Common injuries in contact and collision sports, burners and stingers produce a stinging or burning pain that spreads from an athlete’s shoulder to his or her hand. Learn about the symptoms and treatment methods for a burner or stinger.

Cheerleading Injury Prevention

Between jumping, kicking, and tumbling, cheerleading can present several opportunities for injury. Read on for tips on preventing injury during cheerleading.

Dance Injury Prevention

For dancers, the risk of injury is widespread, from the feet to the knees, hips, and shoulders. Learn how the proper stretching and conditioning program can help you stay injury-free.

Golf Injury Prevention

Overuse injuries of the elbow, as well as shoulder and back injuries, are common in golfers. Don't let an injury affect your swing by following these tips.

Gymnastics Injury Prevention

Between the countless hours spent in the gym and the strain the average gymnast puts on his or her body, gymnastics injuries are common and can be dangerous if left untreated. The following tips can help prevent gymnastics injuries.

Hockey Injury Prevention

A physical sport known for its violent checks and collisions, hockey can be the cause of serious injury. Learn how to avoid injury on the ice.

Lacrosse Injury Prevention

A sport that continues to grow in popularity, lacrosse requires speed and agility on the field. Follow these tips to prevent serious injury.

Racquet Sports

Racquet sports can be enjoyed by people of all ages. Requiring quick pivots and speed, these sports can also lead to injury. Read on to learn how you can avoid injury.

Rowing Injury Prevention

Do you have elbow, shoulder, or knee pain from rowing? Learn about the cause of these injuries and how you can prevent future injury.

Rugby Injury Prevention

Rugby is a physical sport gaining in popularity for athletes of all ages. Stay healthy by following these injury prevention tips.

Skiing and Snowboarding Injury Prevention

Skiing and snowboarding can lead to serious injuries if participants don't understand and use the proper techniques. Make sure you are properly prepared for skiing and snowboarding by following these injury prevention tips.

Soccer Injury Prevention

Learning the right ways to prevent serious injury during soccer can be beneficial to a person later on. The tips suggested below are a great start to learning how to be a successful soccer player.

Softball Injury Prevention

Learning proper formation and skills early on for a softball player is very important. Each player is unique and can have a different injury due to different positions. The following tips will save you or your child from serious injury.

Swimming Injury Prevention

Swimming is one of the best low-impact exercises. However, serious injury can occur without proper training techniques. Click the link below to find out what swimming injuries are common and how to prevent them.

Tennis Injury Prevention

Tennis is all about form and proper training. If you are not taught properly, one of the most common injuries can become the most serious. You can learn how to play tennis and prevent other injuries by following the following tips.

Tips for a Safe Running Program

Do you have the right apparel and equipment for running? Do you know what the best time of the day to run is? These tips for creating a safe running program will help you not only excel at what you love but also help you train safely and responsibly.

Volleyball Injury Prevention

Being one of the top sports that has the least amount of injury, volleyball is a very popular sport for young female athletes. Following these tips will help to make sure that injury levels stay down.

Wrestling Injury Prevention

Wrestlers typically have a tough time because of the wear and tear on their bodies. To learn how to prevent knee, shoulder, and head injury, click the link below.

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