|Other author/creator||Hertel, Jay, speaker.|
|Other author/creator||McGuine, Tim, speaker.|
|Other author/creator||Verhagen, Evert, 1976-|
|Other author/creator||American College of Sports Medicine host institution.|
|Other author/creator||Healthy Learning Videos, production company.|
||Sports medicine and exercise science in video, volume 2
||Ankle Sprains-Recent Advances on the Most Common Athletic Injury addresses three fundamental aspects of ankle sprains: the magnitude and severity of the injury, the underlying causes of recurrent ankle sprains, and the prevention of ankle injuries. The video discusses ankle injuries in terms of incidence and severity of the sprain. The video also explains how ankle sprains are the most common sports injury and reviews how different levels of severity impact joint function and recovery time. In addition, the video looks at the mechanisms of ankle injuries and details the basic risk factors for ankle sprains. He presents data that shows the differing levels of ankle sprain risk in various popular sports. Furthermore, the video outlines ways to stabilize the ankle joint and help prevent recurrent ankle sprains, as well as explores the use of neuromuscular and balance training as a preventative measure to guard against ankle sprains.
|General note||Title from resource description page (viewed Mar. 23, 2015).|