Muscle rupture (Strain)

Muscle rupture (Strain)

Definition of muscle rupture:

It is a rupture of the cyst encapsulated in the muscles, muscle fibers, or tendons as a result of intense, sudden and severe muscle exertion to a greater degree than the muscle’s ability to endure this passive.

Symptoms of muscle rupture:

  • The pain of the place of injury
  • Hearing a sound (crackle in the affected muscle)
  • Swelling and hematoma, as a result of internal bleeding
  • The inability of the affected muscle to function and the severity of the sensitivity
  •  The hematoma is evident around the site of the injury 48 hours after the injury
  • In severe cases, the tumor lasts 72 hours after infection
  • The high temperature of the affected part
  • Change the skin color from natural redness to blue to yellow


1 -Preventing the player from continuing to play with the injured member taking the best comfort positions

2 – The complete rest of the player physically and psychologically to avoid a shock to the player, while not moving the injured part

3- The cooling compress continues to work within 48: 72 hours, at a rate of 4: 5 times a day

4- Make a suitable compression band around the place of injury

5 – You must have complete control of bleeding and internal spillage by the necessity not to use the muscle and to rest completely

6- Placing the affected muscle or muscles in a fully relaxed position to reduce tension or contractions

7- Negative comfort for the affected member according to the severity and degree of injury

8- Raise the affected area above the heart to reduce blood flow to the affected area

9 – Avoid using all kinds of heat or massages throughout the acute period of injury to prevent further bleeding

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