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This increase in risky cheerleading stunts makes cheerleading one of the most dangerous sports for women and girls. In fact, according to the data, the number of serious and catastrophic head and neck injuries from failed acrobatic cheerleading stunts are increasing every year.Cheerleading stunts were responsible for more than half the total injuries and almost all the concussions and closed head injuries sustained by the participants. Compared with cheerleaders on other types of teams, collegiate cheerleaders were more likely to.Studies show that cheerleading, as a sport, has a higher risk of concussion (14 per 100,000) during practice, when athletes are learning new skills, versus during competition (12 per 100,000), when skills are already learned and perfected.
Head injuries account for more than 36 percent of cheerleading-related injuries.Jul 4, 2012 Serious injuries from cheerleading stunts make it one of the most dangerous sports for women and girls. Find out why and how to keep girls safe.
Jul 4, 2012 Serious injuries from cheerleading stunts make it one of the most dangerous sports for women and girls. Advanced Cheerleading Stunts Mean More Serious Injuries.Causes of cheerleading injuries Performing skills too difficult for the cheerleader’s current level Poor conditioning or training Poor nutrition Lack of proper equipment for training or performance Lack of experience with the sport or a particular skill Poor flexibility Lack of good core and.Stunt-related injuries accounted for more than half (60 percent) of U.S. cheerleading injuries from June 2006 through June 2007, according to a.The level of cheerleading motions toward the high jumps varies and restrict to some extent to the schools, for example, the junior school’s cheerleaders are not allowed to perform difficult stunt due to the risk of injury, same goes to high school and so on.
Anyway, the advance cheers stunts are mainly the extensions of the basics so every cheerleader needs to be a.Though the ankle and knee sprains are most common injuries in cheerleading, the most dangerous cheerleading injuries of concern are the injuries to head and neck. The head injuries with cheerleading acts include the skull fractures, hematoma or cerebral hematoma etc.Risk factors for injuries in cheerleading include higher BMI, previous injury, cheering on harder surfaces, performing stunts, and supervision by a coach with low level of training and experience.
This policy statement describes the epidemiology of cheerleading injuries.Male cheerleaders were more likely to suffer injuries, and most mishaps occurred during practice. Concussions were the most common injury diagnosis, accounting for 31.It is important to identify that hamstring injuries may be more common in professional cheerleaders because they spend all of their time dancing and performing gymnastics and no.
Is cheerleading safe? The Twitterverse was up in arms after a fallen cheerleader was carted off the field when a flying stunt went awry and she landed on her head. The unidentified cheerleader has.While not as frequent as injuries in other sports, cheerleading injuries tend to be more severe, making up more than half of the catastrophic injuries in female athletes.
Cheerleading injuries affect all areas of the body — most commonly the wrists, shoulders, ankles, head, and neck. HOW CAN INJURIES BE.The report provides some specific suggestions for improving the safety of cheerleading, hoping to reduce injuries. The pediatricians are urging cheerleaders to.
Stunt-related injuries accounted for more than half (60 percent) of U.S. cheerleading injuries from June 2006 through June 2007, according to a.
List of related literature:
|from Sports Science Handbook: A-H|
|from Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics, 2-Volume Set|
|from Cheer!: Inside the Secret World of College Cheerleaders|
|from Netter’s Sports Medicine E-Book|
|from Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine|
|from Athletic and Sport Issues in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation E-Book|
|from Women and Sports in the United States: A Documentary Reader|
|from Baxter’s The Foot and Ankle in Sport|
|from Sports Injuries Guidebook|
|from Merriman’s Assessment of the Lower Limb E-Book|