Any injury resulting from playing a sport. The injury can be of a sudden traumatic nature such as a broken leg or can be the result of repetitive minor injuries such as tendonitis. There is a huge range of injuries that can occur and all parts of the body are capable of being involved in a sporting injury. Swimmer's ear, dehydration, angina, and shoulder pain are just some of the many examples. Approximately 1 million people are injured in the US each year while playing sport. Obviously some sports are more injury prone than others. Resources to sport injuries diagnosis':
Because of the complicate anatomy and high missed diagnosis rate, CT imaging were often recommended for diagnosis, and MRI could be used if necessary. The current recommendations for internal fixation included the use of Kirschner wires, cannulated screws, absorbable screws, and plate.