Being competitive in sports is typically encouraged. You want to reach the highest level in your particular discipline. Unfortunately, this can lead to a mismatch in talent and experience among athletes. As the saying goes, it is important to walk before you run.
Coaches and trainers are there to guide aspiring athletes. That role includes ensuring that competitors are ready to take on the next challenge. However, it is often the case that overzealous mentors push young people too far.
The majority of sports have rules to safeguard competitors. Within those guidelines, coaches are often responsible for making sure their athletes meet required skill and experience levels. When safety protocols are ignored or flaunted, the risk injuries or fatalities increases.
Imagine thrusting a high school football player into the big leagues of the NFL. A young athlete would not have the experience or skills to compete at that level. As a result, he may get seriously hurt or killed. Although relatively minor in comparison, saddle nose is one example of an injury that has life-changing implications.
Saddle nose will make further competition in football difficult due to breathing restrictions. A football player relies on respiration and cardio for staying power. There is also the issue of facial aesthetics to consider. You may feel self conscious because of the appearance of a severely broken nose.
The goal in combat sports is to hit the other fighter without receiving return damage. A superior fighter is faster, punches harder and is generally more technical in all aspects of combat. If an athlete is significantly outmatched, he or she is likely to suffer injuries.
In boxing and MMA, outmatched fighters often suffer injuries that result in saddle nose. Granted, experienced fighters can also take serious damage, but not because of the same level of skill deficit. Any combatant who has saddle nose syndrome should seek medical attention.
Call the offices of Dr. Maurice Khosh today if you would like a consultation. At his New York offices, he possesses the skills necessary to repair the damage.
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