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re: childrens’ physical development. Knowledge of childrens’ physical and psychological development is of vital importance for a correct handling of training and injuries. Children can not be considered small adults.
re.: training in general of children and adolescents. The training methods are dependent upon the athlete’s age, meaning that coordination and technical training is given a high priority, whereas strength and fitness training are given a low priority for children.
re. diagnosis. In the majority of cases, a precise diagnosis can be made based on the case history and a clinical examination
re. acute treatment. The aim of acute treatment is primarily to avoid further injury, and reduce the hemorrhaging as much as possible.
re.: rehabilitation of children and adolescents. It is vital that all rehabilitation is performed within the pain threshold.
re. medicinal treatment. 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.
re. tape. Taping or bandaging is designed to relieve the injured structure by use of special tape attached externally.
re. inflammation. All injuries provoke an acute inflammation, which is crucial for the healing process of the injury.
re. complication of muscle ruptures. Calcification, scar tissue formation, blood accumulation or fluid development in the muscle, acute muscle compartment syndrome, chronic muscle compartment syndrome.
Child-SportNetDoc is an advanced, updated, electronic text book for examination, treatment and training of adolescents and children with sports injuries. Child-SportNetDoc provides the opportunity to download relevant rehabilitation programs.
The objective of Child-SportNetDoc is primarily to provide the sportsmen, their parents and trainers, as well as sports-medicine practitioners, with the possibility of obtaining a swift, up-to-date overview of a specific injury with diagnostic examinations, differential diagnoses, treatment and training exercises, as well as résumés of sports-medicine literature. It is hoped that Child-SportNetDoc will help adults who are involved with young sportsmen to acknowledge that the youngsters are not “small adults” and therefore should not be treated as such in training or in connection with sports injuries.
It is furthermore hoped that by using Child-SportNetDoc the athlete will be able to resume sports activity more quickly after an injury with fewer complications.
Child-SportNetDoc will naturally never be able to replace a sports-medicinal evaluation and treatment, with preparation of an individual rehabilitation program.
Child-SportNetDoc will be updated concurrently with the development of sports-medicine.
Consultant, specialist in Rheumatology
Stadium Clinic, Atletion,
House of Sport West, Aarhus, Denmark
SportNetDoc er et elektronisk opslagsværk for:
- Idrætsmedicinske behandlere
Idrætsudøvere kan få:
- Råd om forebyggelse af skader
- Mulighed for at vurdere, hvornår lægehjælp er nødvendig
- Råd om akut behandling
- Råd om generelle genoptræningsprincipper
- Mulighed for at se et specifikt genoptræningsprogram
- Information om komplikationer til en aktuel skade.
får mulighed for en hurtig, ajourført oversigt over en specifik skade med:
- Resumeer af idrætsmedicinsk faglitteratur.
Det er håbet, at idrætsudøveren ved at bruge SportNetDoc vil blive i stand til at genoptage idrætsaktiviteten hurtigere, og opnå en jævnt stigende træningskurve med færre komplikationer og tilbagefald:
Bryder man genoptræningsprincipperne (forcerer genoptræningen og overhører advarselssignalerne), får man i stedet det klassiske “savtakkede” genoptræningsforløb:
SportNetDoc vil løbende blive opdateret i takt med den idrætsmedicinske udvikling.
Alle træningsøvelser i SportNetDoc er sammensat, så det er muligt at gennemføre disse i hjemmet uden investering i dyrt træningsudstyr.
Bemærk: SportNetDoc vil naturligvis aldrig kunne erstatte en idrætsmedicinsk vurdering ved læge eller fysioterapeut og behandling med udarbejdelse af et individuelt genoptræningsprogram.
God genoptræningslyst !.
Idrætslæge (speciallæge i reumatologi, diplomlæge i idrætsmedicin og i en årrække tilknyttet DBUs damelandshold og AGF Kontraktfodbold)
Stadionklinikken, Atletion (Idrættens Hus Vest, Århus)
Medicinsk afdeling, Regionshospitalet Silkeborg