How to deal with injury during golf





How to deal with injury during golf

I believe majority of golfers ,even some who have played for years will experiences the injury during playing and frequently injured body parts are the wrist, shoulders, knees, waist, etc. Some of them are more serious. I remember one friend of my father have played golf (TaylorMade R7 425 Driver),about 20 years, one month ago, he hitted the ball so thickly that the tendon within the left shoulder was badly injured during hitting TaylorMade R7 Limited Driver in the driving range.He did not know how to deal with it in pain and immediately ask my father for help.

In addition to this urgent call, there are a lot of similar calls and consultations received. I found this is a very common now as many of the injured golfers have no ideas how to deal with.Among them, the most frequently asked question is hot packs or cold compresses should be used after the injured joints and strained muscles? If you are not sure about this answer, please should read on .

For most weekend golfers, the most common sports injuries are usually sprains, injured phloem between bones and strain, injured tendon between the bone connected with the band.They are resullted from a severe injury such as sprained ankle, or as a long time repeated same action, ie tennis player.
If you get injured during golf (TaylorMade R7 Iron Set)game unfortunately, except remain calm and carry out some simple and effective self-treatment if possible,of course,if the injury is too serious he should immediately seek medical treatment. This not only greatly reduce the immediate pain, but also to stabilize the injury and speed up the recovery rate.

Rest
Avoid using the injured area, reducing the opportunity to increase the injury.

Ice
Put the small bag with ice in it on the wound. This approach can effectively reduce the degree of wound inflamed the situation. You can get the best treatment if you use the cold compresses more within 48 hours after injury.

Compression
Wrap the ice pack in the wound. Do not wrap too tight and hamper blood circulation. In 10-15 minutes, loosen the bandage and ice pack away. Six hours after the hour then ice pack in the wound for 15-20 minutes. When the wound also showed swelling, 3-4 times per day to apply cold.

Elevation
Elevating the wound to the heart can reduce blood flow to the wound.

Prevention is better than cure
It is generally believed enough warm-up before playing Taylormade R7 Draw Iron Set can effectively reduce the chance of injury,and one search from Australia Deakin University in 2001 showed in their study of 1,040 players-45.7% of them do not have warm-up exercise completely, that means that 54.3% of the players have to warm-up exercise.They will kick off forcely when reach to the first hole,however, most of the warm-up but it was empty swing(TaylorMade R7 Limited Driver) two or three times; no player aerobic exercise, and only a few stretching moves. The results showed that only about 3% of the players do enough warm-up.

Sufficient warm-up before playing should include 10-15 minutes of aerobic exercise to increase body temperature, stretching movements (such as hand-bowl, forearms, shoulders, waist, etc.), followed by a series of slow to fast from the command to defend the action. This can be said that golf (TaylorMade R7 Limited Driver)is an ideal warm-up will not only improve playing standards, but also to reduce the chances of getting hurt.

From:golfselling.com

It is generally believed enough warm-up before playing Taylormade R7 Draw Iron Set can effectively reduce the chance of injury,and one search from Australia Deakin University in 2001 showed in their study of 1,040 players-45.7% of them do not have warm-up exercise completely, that means that 54.3% of the players have to warm-up exercise.They will kick off forcely when reach to the first hole,however, most of the warm-up but it was empty swing(TaylorMade R7 Limited Driver) two or three times; no player aerobic exercise, and only a few stretching moves. The results showed that only about 3% of the players do enough warm-up.