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Dr. Kunj Biharee Saini* and Dr. Sandeep Madhukar Lahange


Yoga focuses on harmony between mind and body. To achieve this, Yoga uses movements, breath, posture, relaxation and mediation in order to establish a healthy, lively and balanced approach to life. According to Ayurveda, the human body contains Asthi, Sandhi, Snayu, Peshi ect. This supports and helps in movement and locomotion. Every sports person in his career suffers from various sports injuries, especially of rotator cuff injuries. The rotator cuff muscles control rotation of the shoulder. The rotator cuff is a group of four muscles that stabilizes the upper arm bone in the shoulder socket and allows the shoulder to rotate. The tendons of these muscles often become irritated, or they can be torn due to a traumatic injury or repetitive motion, especially in combination with weakness in the muscles that stabilize the shoulder blade and anchor the rotator cuff. Rotator cuff injuries more common in swimmers, rock climbers, golfers, and tennis players. Recently research studies proved that Yoga’s are very effective in sports, health and fitness related fields such as aerobic training, strength training, body building and endurance sports. Yoga is useful for all type of sports to help prevent injuries. One gets extra agility which helps avoid damage, provides more strength and improves a player’s ability to react to a situation. Yoga works not only at physical level but also at psychological level, ensuring well-rounded development. Many Yoga poses such as Gomukhasana, Vasisthasana prevention and healing by strengthening the muscles around the shoulder joint and restoring range of motion to the rotator cuff, you can create a stronger, more supportive structure to move from and decrease your chance of injury-or facilitate your recovery.

Keywords: Yoga, sports injuries, rotator cuff injuries, Gomukhasana, Vasisthasana.

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