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Health Saftey and Injury - BTEC Sport
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Signs and Symptoms
How injury is caused
A fracture is wear the bone cracks or completely snaps. Breaking bones is painful due to the amount of blood vessels and nerves in the bones. Fractures can be described in two ways. A Simple Fracture - This is just where the bone simply cracks. A Compound Fracture - This is where the bone sticks out of the skin. There is often tenderness around the bone making it hard to use and it will most certainly swell causing it to look deformed.
They are usually caused when a bone takes direct impact with a lot of force and are often very painful. This will be the result of events such as hard and reckless sliding tackles which may be a result of another players desire to win or fatigue making them play recklessly. It usually extrinsic because you are pushing yourself to the limit there is more chance of colliding with another player or pieces of equipment/ground
The tendons in joints such as the elbow become inflamed and sore/painful. This is common with sports such as tennis and golf where the tendon in
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