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Athletic Arm Injuries

Meta Description: Arm injuries are common, especially in throwing sports. The act of throwing means different things in different sports but essentially the biomechanics are such that it involves the sequential coordination of a range of muscles from the athlete’s feet to their fingers, known as the kinetic chain.
 
Arm injuries are common, especially in throwing sports. They can lead to loss of performance, periods of time off the court or even surgery. The extensive range of motion of the shoulder joint allows the athlete to engage in a multitude of sporting activities. This is particularly true of sports which involve overhead throwing. 
 
The act of throwing means different things in different sports but essentially the biomechanics are such that it involves the sequential coordination of a range of muscles from the athlete’s feet to their fingers, known as the kinetic chain. Studies on baseball, cricket and tennis players, the so-called overhead throwing athletes, have shown that the repetitive straining of the balance between shoulder mobility and stability can lead to some common throwing arm injuries. 
 
 
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