they can be more prone to knee related injuries, such as ACL tears due to high intensity straight knee landing or impact since the knee is already in a weak position
Athletes are particularly at risk of maxillofacial injuries.
concussions, torn ligaments, trauma
florence nightingale was a egg head and had an onion breath to injured athletes
It depends what kind of injuries you're talking about, and in what time span. All athletes suffer from minor injuries all the time, but those are obviously temporary. Serious injuries that take a while to recover happen to most athletes at some point in their carreer. Specific percentages is hard to say.
Balance issues causing falls and injuries.
Of injuries. Athletes, young kids, and those who do strenuous work will have to be careful in order to avoid these injuries.
Many amateur and professional athletes, including Olympic skaters and skiers, use Rolfing to keep in top condition, to prevent injuries, and to more quickly recover from injuries.
There are more foot injuries in olympic athletes who go barefoot, and they have more problems with traction.
No. Because they are playing other kids their age.
Athletes that participate in football can suffer from traumatic head and knee injuries, concussions, and broken bones. This occurs because football is a contact sport and athletes often get hit while playing.
broken bones crushed organs