Morse Phillips

  • Definition of Injury

    “Unintentional or intentional problems for the body ensuing from acute direct exposure to thermal, physical, electrical, or substance energy, or typically the absence of such basics as heat or even oxygen. ”

    Causative factors for sports injuries:

    Intrinsic components

    Age

    Gender

    Body size

    Injury historical…[Read more]

  • Definition of Injury

    “Unintentional or intentional damage to the body resulting from acute direct exposure to thermal, mechanised, electrical, or chemical substance energy, or the particular lack of such basics as heat or even oxygen. ”

    Instrumental factors for athletics injuries:

    Intrinsic components

    Age

    Sexuality

    Human body…[Read more]

  • Definition of Injury

    “Unintentional or intentional problems for the body ensuing from acute exposure to thermal, physical, electrical, or substance energy, or the absence of such essentials as heat or even oxygen. ”

    Instrumental factors for activities injuries:

    Intrinsic elements

    Age

    Sexual category

    Body size

    Injury historical…[Read more]

  • Definition of Injury

    “Unintentional or intentional injury to the body causing from acute direct exposure to thermal, mechanised, electrical, or substance energy, or the lack of such requirements as heat or perhaps oxygen. ”

    Causative factors for sports injuries:

    Intrinsic components

    Age

    Sexuality

    Entire body size

    Injury…[Read more]

  • Definition of Injury

    “Unintentional or intentional problems for the body resulting from acute coverage to thermal, physical, electrical, or substance energy, or the absence of such necessities as heat or oxygen. ”

    Causative factors for activities injuries:

    Intrinsic elements

    Age

    Sexuality

    Human body size

    Injury…[Read more]