How will pulling your hand backwards while catching a ball prevent a player from injury?
Pulling the hand backwards reduces the difference in speed between the ball and the hand catching/stopping the ball. This reduces the impact force of the ball on the hand, reducing the possibility of injury.
Yes, absolutely. Even death if the person falls backwards and hits the head on something.
Stretching may help reduce the consequences of injury, but it does not prevent injury if you hit something.
A guard is a device designed to prevent injury from rotating machinery.
It depends on what kind of injury. Bell Boots would prevent injury to the hooves. So would shoes. And leg wraps would prevent injury to the tendons in the lower leg. But like I said, it depends on what kind of injury you are triyng to prevent.
It is not a necessity to remove dewclaws on any breed of dog. Some working dogs, herders and hunters, will have had theirs removed to prevent it from catching on something and causing injury to the dog.
Is there a rule to prevent injury on 2nd base where the fielder doesnt have to touch the bag to prevent runner injury when sliding into the bag?
What is the best method of opening the airway of an unresponsive victim when you do not suspect of cervical spine injury?
If there are no spinal injuries - tilt the head of the patient backwards, and open the lower jaw. This has the effect of pulling the tongue away from the back of the throat, and opening the airway to the lungs.
Pulling your finger back from heat is a reflex action, which is useful to prevent injury. For instance, if I were to touch boiling water for a long time, my finger would be burned, while because this is a reflex action, my finger may be prevented from further harm.
to prevent swelling
To prevent injury.
they prevent brain injury and they prevent you from getting a cracked skull if you wreck
Crumple Zones prevent damage or injury by supplying a place in the structure of the frame to crumple in an accident.
An injury to the spine by abrubtly jerking the neck backwards.
Wear Knee Pads.
To prevent and treat illness or injury.
To prevent and treat illness or injury.
I wear it too. It helps relieve pain and prevent further injury. It can also provide support and help prevent injury in certain joints.
To prevent serious injury.
Bindings. These are devices that are permanently attached to the ski (with hidden screws). The boots snap into these bindings holding them at the toe and heel. They are designed to release when the skier falls and there is sudden and/or strong force pulling or twisting them apart, to prevent injury.
It is an injury to the neck. When the head is thrown backwards from force-such as in a car accident-and the neck is overextended-whiplash can occur. Below is an article that goes into more detail on whiplash.
It's pretty self explanatory, it is a way where you try to prevent (stop/avoid) a potentially injury from happening.
To prevent future injuries from the injury you just got..... Bones may fuse wrong
to prevent injury to the head
because the nerve can avoid it
They absorb impact and disperse it, thus preventing injury. They are very strong but do not prevent injury on the ankle, as this is not protected.
yes. the more you do a sport, the less of a chance you will be injured. Also, you might learn how to pervent any injury
The obvious answer is that if that injury is in any way debilitative then yes, it can prevent reenlistment.
As immobilized as possible to prevent worsening the injury. four handed seat none of the above ~nova net~
yes to a certain point it does.
To prevent injury by cushioning the driver and passengers from impact.
they're important because you want to prevent an injury
To prevent injury and to prepare the body for workout
A warmup or stretching of the muscles that you will be using.
It's because it can help prevent pain from an injury or in some cases, it can help prevent pain for cancer.
There are many injurys in cheerleading but some that can prevent you from cheerleading are spine injurys neck injurys sincerely, Dr.Bostick
to prevent injury to the cornea
They shouldn't -- if they do, they're too tight and will cause injury.
To prevent injury to the cornea
because it warms your muscles up and stretchs out your muscles.
Athletes don't always stay injury free, but usually they where safety gear and they make smart choices to prevent injuries.
They give you grip when you are running on grass, they also prevent your foot from damage when you kick the ball, and try to prevent injury from stamps.
it is imposable you can not prevent golfers elbow or tigers knee injury maybe the person can swing lighter but that's it
We have no means to prevent a volcano from erupting, but if we can tell that it is going to erupt, we can evacuate that area to avoid injury.
Catching a football improperly may result ina finger bone that is partially disarticulated in this case the injury would be descibed as an?
Dislocation. Disarticuletd; disjoint.
An easily found carbon monoxide detector
Always use a thimble!
to strech out the muscles so u dont pull them
The 3 objectives of first aid is to 1. Save life, 2. Prevent further injury, 3. Prevent infection
There are various safety measures that should be taken to prevent welding related injury. For example, it is important to use a welding mask.