In the majority of cases, a precise diagnosis can be made based on the case history and a clinical examination. Read more.
The aim of acute treatment is primarily to avoid further injury, and reduce the hemorrhaging as much as possible. Read more.
It is only in a very few cases that medicinal treatment is warranted, and in these rare cases, the treatment must be prescribed by a physician. Injuries in children and adolescents related to over-load must generally be treated by a correction in the training, and not medicinally. Read more.
Taping or bandaging is designed to relieve the injured structure by use of special tape attached externally. Read more.
All injuries provoke an acute inflammation, which is crucial for the healing process of the injury. Read more.
It is vital that all rehabilitation is performed within the pain threshold. Read more.
complication of muscle ruptures
Calcification, scar tissue formation, blood accumulation or fluid development in the muscle, acute muscle compartment syndrome, chronic muscle compartment syndrome. Read more.