Aquatic Sports Injuries and Rehabilitation

Abstract

The high volume of training involved in competitive swim training result in cumulative overload injuries. Knee pain ranks second to shoulder pain as a common complaint in competitive swimmers. Most knee pain occurs on the medial side of the knee and occurs most commonly in breaststroke swimmers; however, knee pain may occur in all strokes. This article will… (More)

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@inproceedings{Rodeo2005AquaticSI, title={Aquatic Sports Injuries and Rehabilitation}, author={Scott Alan Rodeo}, year={2005} }