Since the origin of time, humankind has used the art of mass protests to put forward their grievances to the local jurisdiction or authority. Most regions protest by carrying green twigs in the streets as a form of solidarity for a cause, the green twigs used to present the demonstrations as peaceful.
In most cases, during peaceful marches, emotions flare, and incitement occurs. Few individuals feel like the grievances are not being put forward as it should in the peaceful protests, and they result in violence, such as hurling stones and other projectiles, while people and the police clash physically, requiring urgent elbow pain treatment triage.
If we take an instance of Political protests, there are always two groups of people, those who are for and those against the protest.
It is always the responsibility of the Governing body of any location to ensure that the protests are carried out non-violently and also in a human way, and in many cases, certain protests by groups known to cause instabilities and violence are banned and classified as illegal, where anyone caught in the act of the protest has a right to be prosecuted according to the law. In all protests, Political or nonpolitical, Police is always deployed to ensure that the protest runs peacefully, and when the protest turns nasty, the police use in-excessive force to stop the protests and to scatter the protesters. Every police force has an elite anti-riot squad, who are armed with shields, tear gas and offensive equipment such as batons, and the choice of gear and equipment id determined by the threat level of the protest to human rights and human life. Police forces are having to have to make medics available to offer elbow pain treatment and address minor cuts and sprains of their officers.
Whenever police are involved in a protest, their main aim is to scatter the protesters and stop the violence, and they start by incapacitating rioters by use of tear gas. When the protesters get overly violent, the police use their shields for safety and use their batons to drive off the mob. Over time, protests have led to people getting physically challenged, an increase in cases of fractures and broken bones and also an increase in protest-based deaths.
Countries which have recurring political unrest and protests have more cases of people hospitalized with injuries and life-threatening conditions which leave them physically challenged and unable to fed for themselves and their families. There is also a high rate of elbow pain treatment in these countries and regions.