2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
A study of common injuries of national level Kho-Kho male players of Haryana
Author(s): Miss Parmila
The purpose of the study was to assess the common injuries of national level Kho-Kho male players of Haryana. Total 30 national level male Kho-Kho players were selected by purposive random sampling. The variables for the proposed study were: Types of common injuries, Specific sports injuries, Types of specific sports injuries, Ranking of common injuries, Ranking of specific injuries, Ranking of injuries in different parts of the body, Suggestions for prevention of the injuries. The statistical technique used was percentage Method. The study concluded that Negative attitude, lack of warm-up and fatigue was the major cause of common injuries. The wrist in upper extremity was responded as most injured part while sitting and standing with strain and contusion during making oval while running, in case of men respondents. The men subjects were reported that the knee injury in lower extremity with hamstring pull during chasing and abrasion during running, were reported most common injuries. The external factors were reported major cause of injury with collision due to surface, overload, malnutrition and non standardized play field. The knowledge of rules and their implementation, correct execution of skills and warm-up were identified as best means for prevention, icing and application of heat were used as management and physiotherapy was most rehabilitation major for mild, moderate and severe injuries.
Pages: 1299-1301 | 105 Views 5 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Miss Parmila. A study of common injuries of national level Kho-Kho male players of Haryana. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2019; 4(1): 1299-1301.