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An Analysis the Systematically Develop an Injury Prevention Programme in Judo | Original Article

Praveen Kumar Singh Jadon*, in International Journal of Physical Education & Sports Sciences | Physical Education, Health, Fitness & Sports


There is minimal knowledge of data on epidemiological injuries in judo. In this paper, we thoroughly study the clinical literature on the occurrence features of judo injuries. The literature accessible up to June 2013 aimed for prospective and also historical research on judo injuries. Data extraction presentation based on the incident rate, probability of accident, form, position and cause of accident. During the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games, the total incidence of injuries was about 11–12 per cent. Sprains, strains, contusions, typically to the leg, elbow, were the most often recorded fractures, whereas being tossed was the most frequent injury mechanism. Serious accidents were very uncommon and generally involved the head and neck, while recurrent accidents generally impacted the joints of the finger, lower back, neck. Contusions abrasions, fractures and sprains strains were the most frequent forms of injuries among young judo athletes.