Injury Prevention News

Updated: December 21, 2015

Researchers from the University of Southhampton found that people who were mildly active or not active at all tended to have a greater chance of falling, as well as experiencing orthopaedic injuries such as fragility fractures.

Muscle loss causing higher number of fragility fractures

Researchers from the University of Southampton found that people who were mildly active or not active at all tended to have a greater chance of fallingĀ and experiencing orthopaedic injuries such as fragility fractures.

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