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Sports Medicine In Show Low




Sports Medicine


Below is a list of businesses listed within our directory which provide Sports Medicine services. If you do not see your business within the list below, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.

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Business Listing   Arizona Mountain Orthopedics - Show Low, AZ - Phone: (928) 537-8777


Business Listing   Navapache Regional Medical Center - Physical Therapy - Show Low, AZ - Phone: (928) 537-6532


Business Listing   New Horizons Physical Therapy - Show Low, AZ - Phone: (928) 537-8766


Business Listing   Scanlon Jim - Show Low, AZ - Phone: (928) 537-8196


Business Listing   Scanlon Jim Physical - Show Low, AZ - Phone: (928) 537-4375


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Helpful Definition for: Sports Medicine

Sports Medicine, in Show Low, refers to the medical and scientific services provided to prevent, recognize and manage injuries related to sport, exercise and other recreational activities. Usually in every sports team, there is a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC), who is a highly skilled professional specialized in the health care of physical activity. They are responsible for care & prevention of athletic injury. The common sports injuries include concussion, caused by severe head trauma where the brain moves violently within the skull so that brain cells all fire at once; muscle cramps, a sudden tight, intense pain caused by a muscle locked in spasm; ankle sprain, the ligaments that hold the ankle bones in place can easily be overstretched, etc.








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