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Preventing Sports Injuries: A Review of Evidence-Based Strategies and Interventions

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Argin, A. Gulanes ,
Argin, A. Gulanes

University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines-Claveria., Philippines

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Stephen A. Fadare, A ,
Stephen A. Fadare, A

College of SPEAR, Mindanao State University (Main) Marawi, Philippines

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Joy E. Pepania ,
Joy E. Pepania

University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines-Claveria., Philippines

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Cosain, O. Hanima ,
Cosain, O. Hanima

Research Fellow, PE Faculty, Mindanao State University Binidayan, Philippines

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Abstract

Athletes' inability to return and pursue their athletics is primarily motivated by their fear of re-injury. Sports injuries have been recognized as a significant deterrent to further physical exercise. This study aims to evaluate evidence-based strategies and interventions for preventing sports-related injuries, including pre-participation screenings, suitable training programs, equipment modifications, and injury prevention programs. A systematic review and meta-analysis (PRISMA) approach was used to gather, choose, and analyze publications on preventing sports injuries. Scopus, Web of Science (WoS), ProQuest, and Springer Link were used as databases for the study. The inclusion and exclusion criteria apply to the study.
Adequate treatment of sports-related injuries aids in the recovery of injured parts of the body and the prevention of future injuries. Athletes, coaches, and sports medicine specialists can collaborate to reduce the frequency and severity of sports-related injuries, encouraging safer and longer-lasting physical activity participation. Policies that reduce the likelihood of injuries players sustain can be achieved by implementing these evidence-based strategies and interventions into sports training and competition protocols.

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A. Gulanes A, Fadare, A SA, Pepania JE, O. Hanima C. Preventing Sports Injuries: A Review of Evidence-Based Strategies and Interventions. Salud, Ciencia y Tecnología [Internet]. 2024 May 9 [cited 2024 May 28];4:951. Available from: https://revista.saludcyt.ar/ojs/index.php/sct/article/view/951

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