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International Journal of Physiology, Sports and Physical Education

Vol. 6, Issue 1, Part A (2024)

The effect of strength and flexibility exercises on the rehabilitation of wrestling players with shoulder joint injuries

Author(s):

Dr. Mustafa Ibrahim Abdel Karim Saleh

Abstract:

The current study aims to prepare strength and flexibility exercises and Determine the impact of strength and flexibility workouts for wrestling athletes recovering from injuries to their shoulder joints. The research's issue is that wrestling is regarded as one of the strong sports that demands a great level of physical power, and many wrestlers are susceptible to shoulder joint problems. The researcher employed a one-group experimental design with pre- and post-tests after suffering an injury during the battle. The selection of the research sample was deliberate and they are wrestling players in Diyala Governorate with shoulder joint injuries. After completing a medical assessment and diagnosis, the nature and extent of the damage was identified, and they numbered (3) players. Strength and flexibility exercises were applied to the research sample in three rehabilitation units in the Trauma Rehabilitation Center in Baqubah General Hospital. Significant differences were seen between the post-test findings, favoring the post-test. The most crucial factor in the rehabilitation of wrestlers with injuries to their shoulder joints was the efficacy of strength and flexibility training, the study determined. Suggestions:

Use strength and flexibility exercises prepared by the researcher in rehabilitation centers to prove their effectiveness in rehabilitating players with shoulder joint injuries.

Pages: 46-50  |  52 Views  23 Downloads


International Journal of Physiology, Sports and Physical Education
How to cite this article:
Dr. Mustafa Ibrahim Abdel Karim Saleh. The effect of strength and flexibility exercises on the rehabilitation of wrestling players with shoulder joint injuries. Int. J. Physiol. Sports Phys. Educ. 2024;6(1):46-50. DOI: 10.33545/26647710.2024.v6.i1a.65
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