Real doctor reacts to weightlifting injuries part 2 today on the Dr. Chris Raynor channel. Yes, Dr. Chris is back explaining and reviewing injuries that happen when people lift weights because you loved part 1 SO much!

He talked about weightlifting injuries previously, those injuries typically occurred as a result of upper body exercises. This video is going to cover primarily weightlifting injuries to the lower body. He will describe how the weightlifting injuries occur, and go over the anatomy involved.

It is important to take safety precautions and to use spotters when lifting weights or power lifting, especially if the weights are heavy, so that you can avoid weightlifting injuries of an orthopedic nature. When the weight is heavy, broken bones are all too common a result of a weightlifting fail.

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  1. Apparently, YouTube doesn't like when I talk to you guys about injuries. Ah well. Be sure to let me know if you have suffered an injury while lifting weights or if you know someone who has suffered an injury while weight training.

  2. I recently got slammed directly on my left shoulder I heard a loud pop and couldn't move it for 2 days 3 weeks later and it still hurts while doing some movements the pain is centered on the back of shoulder

  3. Great video for competitive athletes but where's the video that helps the beginner understand proper form when weight lifting. We all lift things that are "heavy". Most of us don't know the basics on how to lift anything. Can you give that info. to us i.e. Golden Rules on lifting for the "general public".?

  4. Hi, I would like to ask a question to the doctor, it has been 10 years since I had my shoulder surgery, and recently I lifted 40kg weight and i heard ripping/ crunchy sound from my operated shoulder. I now feel slight sharp pain in the joint area. Did the anchors come out, or was this soft tissue ripping? Also, as it has been 10 years, are the ropes inside dissolved and are the labrum attached to the bone?

  5. Surprised some of these with overhead brackets aren't using a couple of web belts with inertia reels on them. Free motion until it falls fast enough to lock the spool, like a seat belt retractor… weight drops a foot and stops, spotters get it back on the rack, no crush injuries….

  6. When I was 27(I'm 44 now) while I was lifting weights I sprained my groin. I injured myself so severely that it took 6 months to heal. I've reinjured it a few times since then (mainly from shoveling snow) At 38 I switched over to Yoga. It's a lot less wear and tear on my body and I feel great. Your videos are very interesting, but at times tough to watch…

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