Welcome to Sports Injury Informer, your go-to source on the web for all things relating to diagnosing, treating, and preventing sports injuries.
Everyone who works at Sports Injury Informer is either a former athlete, sports injury medical professional, or a person who has expertise in covering and writing about sports injuries. We strive to provide our readers with expertise that will help them enjoy the sports they love while living with the inevitability of occasional sports injuries.
At Sports Injury Informer, you can expect comprehensive reviews about sports injury treatment and prevention equipment, information about the healing progress of various sports injuries,
We don’t just provide general information and content. We actually go in-depth on the different injuries athletes experience. For example, we cover extensive information about these topics.
- Tendon vs. Ligaments: What’s the Difference
- Intercoastal muscle strains
- ACL, MCL, and LCL injuries and treatments
- Sprained and jammed fingers and toes
- Broken noses
- Fibula fractures
- Shoulder injuries and treatments
- Knee injuries
You name it, we cover it. We don’t just provide informative articles on these topics. At Sports Injury Informer, you can expect comprehensive guides that cover anything you need to know about a specific injury.
As important as treating sports injuries is the actual avoidance of sports injuries. A little prevention is worth a pound of cure, so the saying goes. We cover the various kinds of stretches that are beneficial before doing sports or working out, for example. Another example is the prevention of specific injuries, like how to prevent a traumatic wrist injury.
We love to hear from our readers. If you find something we haven’t covered or updated, please let us know by leaving a comment on one of our articles or guides. Also, you can get in touch with any member of our team and we’ll get back to you.
Have fun, and above all, be safe!
Chief Editor - email@example.com
I’ve had three loves in my life so far: my mama, football, and writing.
I even wanted to play in college and had a good chance at a scholarship. However, it wasn’t in the cards. In the 2nd game of my senior year, I was going for a diving pass in the endzone, and I caught the ball. I won the game for my team. However, it was my last touchdown because I injured my knee going down, tearing up my ACL and ending my football career before it ever started.
But I had a good attitude, and writing it was! I started covering sports for my school, and in college got a degree in English and writing. Being able to write about sports injuries is a passion of mine and it’s my honor to head up the team at Sports Injury Informer.
Junior Editor - firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ve always loved sports but was more of a spectator than a participant. In high school, I loved science, especially biology. I made the decision to study nursing, with the idea that I’d work in a doctor’s office or an emergency room.
After working for a few years in the ER, I became passionate about sports injuries. We saw so many injuries that could have been prevented, or if treated earlier, been healed completely. I began writing about my experiences in the ER, and coming to work here at Sports Injury Informer has allowed me to reach more readers and serve as a junior editor for our team. I hope that the content we provide helps people prevent injuries and learn all that they can about treating those they have.
Sports Physician - email@example.com
Like everyone on our team here at Sports Injury Informer, I’m a huge sports fan. I even dabbled in sports when I was in high school, though I was never a star player. My passion was more for the mechanical side of things. Specifically, I was fascinated with how the human body worked.
In medical school, I at first thought I wanted to specialize in OB/GYN, but when I began studying the injuries sustained by athletes, I decided to make my specialty orthopedics and sports medicine. Young athletes give all they’ve got to their sports, and getting them back up and keeping them active is a passion of mine.