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INJURY PREVENTION

Badminton Injury does occur to a player when they are not properly warmed up or this also happens when fatigue kicks in after playing or training for too long. Also there are times ...
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ACHILLES TENDONITIS (TENDINITIS)

It is estimated that Achilles tendonitis accounts for around 11% of all running injuries. The Achilles tendon is the large tendon at the back of the ankle. It connects the large calf ...
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BLISTERS

What causes blisters? Blisters are caused by friction from shoes or clothing which rubs repeatedly on the skin causing friction burns. As the outer layer of skin separates from the ...
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HEADACHE IN SPORTS

An overview Headaches are an extremely common complaint. They vary in pain intensity, pattern and location from individual to individual. Although irritating the majority of headaches ...
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HEEL INJURY

What is a bruised heel? The heel bone (calcaneus) is protected by a pad of fat. Repeated pounding of the heel can cause the fat pad to be pushed up the side of the heel leaving less ...
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