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Thin Injury - Injury During Exercise

In sports where kicking is repeatedly practiced, straining is one omnipresent thigh injury. Thigh injury often refers to a tear in the quadriceps muscle group, responsible for straightening the knee.

The quadriceps group is comprised of four muscles, namely the rectus femoris, vastus lateralis, vastus intermedius and vastus medialis.

The thigh can get injured when the muscle is stretched beyond its limits, common in activity such as sprinting or kicking a ball.

Depending on the severity, the injured may harbor any of grade one, two or three thigh strains.

A grade three strain is complete rupture of a muscle and is labeled a serious thigh injury.

But on very rare occasions, the corked calf can exacerbate to a compartment syndrome.

Calf strains and shin splints are common shin & calf injuries. The telltale symptoms include a depression in the thigh at the location of the tear and a lump above the depression.

With grade two and three thigh injuries, internal bleeding within the tissues is apparent in a few days.

other, can be impeded by proper warm-ups prior to matches and training.

To get rid of waste products, training sessions and matches must come with a cool down thereafter.

In the same way, maintaining good muscle strength and flexibility may help prevent muscle strains.

Moreover, it has been found that diet can have an affect on muscle injuries.

Otherwise, the injured should seek medical attention immediately.

It should merit attention when the injured suspects a grade three thigh injury. Neglect always leads to permanent injury.

Completely ruptured muscles will have to undergo surgical procedure,

with a corresponding rehabilitation program that may take around three months.

Regardless of the level of the thigh injury, the treatment in the first five days must involve significant ice therapy among others.

Applied with a compression bandage, the thigh should be arranged in an elevated position.

This should control internal bleeding and swelling in the tissues.

More active rehabilitation activity can be incepted after the first five days.

In any case, a qualified sports injury specialist can administer sports massage techniques to speed up recovery and use ultrasound and electrical stimulation.

He or she may prescribe a rehabilitation program with thigh injury exercises for good measure. These thigh injury exercises are closely monitored.



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