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Understanding Sports Injuries
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What began with a Q & A...


Like a lot of information on WebBall, these pages began with an 'Ask the Coach' question.

As more technical sports injury questions continued to come our way, we need to find a resource that would be able to provide insights into the sports injuries.

What we didn't at the time count on was the added bonus of finding the information with motion-enhanced content. After all, it's always good to see how things work (or in the case of injury - don't work.)

The images on the pages linked to this one, plus the QuickTime animated visuals, are from Primal Pictures Sports Injury Software which is available through WebBall.

The general description done by WebBall has been enhanced by more technical information (copyright Primal Pictures) which is available to Team Players when viewing the animations. All descriptions and images appear here with the express written permission of the publisher and may not be copied, shared, or reprinted.

We will continue to add other pages to this section as questions come in that require a detailed, technical answer.

 

Visuals on this page and the linked animations are from Primal Pictures Sports Injury Software available through WebBall. The general description by WebBall has been enhanced by more technical information (copyright Primal Pictures) and all descriptions and images appear here with the express written permission of the publisher and may not be copied, shared, or reprinted.

While every effort is made to provide accurate information, never rely on written information alone, always consult qualified medical practitioners.

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