Athletes, Parents and Coaches

Understanding injuries to help you succeed

A high ankle sprain: should you use ice or heat? This is a great question because both can be extremely beneficial but should be used at different times.

With InjuReplay’s touchscreen location based menu system, weekend warriors, parents, coaches and athletes have quick access to solid information about common sports injuries and recovery suggestions. Don’t waste time searching the Internet for answers when you can have reliable information directly from medical professionals right at your fingertips.

Did You Know?

A concussion can occur with a direct blow to the head or when the head hits the ground or court. It’s a traumatic brain injury and results in neuro cognitive changes within the brain. Symptoms can be headache, nassau, blurred vision, difficulty with balance and concentration.

If a player is suspected to have a concussion an athletic trainer or physician can initiate a sideline cognitive assessment. Once diagnosed rest is the key.

  • No texting
  • No video games
  • No intense science or math problems

In most states a player cannot return to play unless symptom free for 7-10 days or cleared by a health care provider.

Check out our blog with useful up-to-date information on current injuries and other issues affecting the sports world.

Sports Injury Dictionary

Just what is turf toe? Check out our Sports Injury Dictionary to help break down the medical sports jargon for the average sports fan. We provide information on sports injuries, treatment and estimated recovery time. From diving to football, from head to toe, if it can be injured than we’ve got it covered.

Videos

Welcome to one of InjuReplay’s most powerful tools, our video library of sports injuries. These videos cater to college and professional sports. They not only quickly educate fans about injuries and treatments, but offer tips on how to prevent injuries. Imagine using these videos on sports venue video screens or your team’s website.

Blog

Dive into the wealth of sports information that InjuReplay has to offer. With our team of medical professionals and wide array of sports contributors, let InjuReplay be your Sports Injury Insider™. We provide information to all sports fans from topics like bone health prevention to tips for avoiding injury during season activities.

Sports Injury Dictionary

Just what is turf toe or a rotator cuff? If it can be injured, you’ll find information about it here along with common treatments associated with the injury and the estimated time to replay.

Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve answered the most common sports injury questions here. If you don’t find the answer you’re looking for, consult our dictionary or injury resources.