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What’s a sports injury?

It’s when a member of the public is hurt and cannot return to their sport, but it can be a life-threatening injury.

To help you learn more, here are the four most common sports injuries.

The five most common injuries are listed in reverse order of severity.


Concussion Sports injury: concussions are a common, but relatively rare, injury.

The number of concussions per million people in the U.S. is approximately two, according to a recent study from the University of California, San Diego.

The average age of first concussion is 30 years old.2.

Acute concussion Sports accident: sports accident, also known as a concussed person, is when someone is knocked out or has their balance lost for a period of time.3.

Long-term concussion Injuries caused by long-term sports participation include chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) and chronic traumatic brain injury (CTBI).4.

Acoustic neurone disease (AND) and repetitive brain injuryAneurone disease is an abnormal release of an enzyme called an ANP.

The enzyme can cause the release of calcium and other substances in the brain, which can cause problems.5.

Traumatic brain injurySports injury(s): traumatic brain injuries are an estimated one-third of all sports injuries and are more common in men than women.6.

Trauma to the head (TBI)Sports injury:(sports injury)Traumatic brain injuries (TBD) include repetitive head trauma, or traumatic brain syndrome.

These conditions are characterized by repetitive brain activity, including abnormal patterns of activity in brain regions involved in learning, memory, and other functions.7.

Traumatoid arthritis(TBIA)Sports accident:(sports accident)Traumatoid disease (TDD) is a condition that can develop as a result of repeated trauma to the joints and joints.8.

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