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The neck is the part of a person's body connecting the head to the rest of the body..

AMSSM member Kim Harmon, MD, a sports medicine physician, concussion expert and lead author of AMSSM's position statement, Concussion in Sport, said there are five things you can ask your doctor if you have had a concussion or think you may have been concussed....[Read More]
Stingers, also known as burners, are common injuries in contact sports, such as American football and rugby. These injuries can also be seen in wrestling, hockey, basketball, and boxing...[Read More]
A strain or sprain is an injury to a muscle or ligament. There are many parts of the neck that can be injured, such as the muscles, ligaments, bones, discs, and nerves. A cervical strain or sprain is a neck injury that involves the muscles or ligaments of the neck. This type of injury can happen in any sport when there is a collision between two athletes, a fall, or contact with impact to the head. ...[Read More]
"Cervical radiculopathy" is the medical term used for what is more commonly known as a “pinched nerve,” in this case, at the neck....[Read More]
 
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