Sports injuries can be described as injuries sustained during exercise, repetitive gests or acute trauma which can generally affect Bones, Muscles and Ligaments
Some sports injuries result as accidents but more often than not result in poor training practices , improper equipment, lack of conditioning , or insufficient warm ups or
It is common throughout European competitions that players can often have round robin games throughout the day which can often result in injuries due to lack of stretching and warm ups before
and after games.
The medical scientific and welfare committee in conjunction with a working group comprising of Dr Pat O Neill, Prof Niall Moyna, Dr Pat Duggan , Dr Kieran Moran , John C Murphy and Dr
Catherine Blake have developed the Gaelic 15, a fifteen minute standardized warm up program aimed at reducing the number of injuries sustained by GAA players
The selected injury prevention intervention is based on programs incorporated internationally by FIFA( 11+) (FMARC) and by the Santa Monica orthopedic and sports medicine research (PEP) in
soccer, the findings from the national injury data base since 2007 and a pilot of the program in UCD Dublin
From The 1st of January 20013 Mouth guards have to be worn from all grades and ages for men
And the LGFA have introduced mouth guards for ladies from Ist January 2017
Hurling and Camogie Helmets
All players must wear a helmets with a protective facial guard. This is mandatory
The Helmets must comply and meet the standards set out in IS 355 or other replacement standard as determined by the National Safety Authority of Ireland ( NSAI)
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