Sports Injuries: How Long Does It Take To Heal?
Sports injuries are common and recovery time differs for each type of injury. While you may be eager to return to play sport recreationally or competitively, it is important to remember that your body takes time to heal.
5 most common sports injuries include ankle sprain, hamstring pull, shin splints, ACL tear, and tennis elbow.
Keep in mind that re-injury can occur due to repeated wear and tear over time. Being able to distinguish between good and bad pain such as dull pains and excess fatigue can be very useful.
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