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Volleyball Injuries | Volleyball Injury Prevention & Treatment
Ankle injuries are the most common injury to volleyball players and responsible for the most lost playing time. Ankle sprains should be immobilized for as short as time as possible to allow for quicker rehabilitation. Every ankle sprain needs an 8-week course of daily rehabilitation exercise to decrease the risk of re-injury.
Sprained or Twisted Ankle - Volleyball.Com
A sprain is stretching and tearing of ligaments. (You sprain a ligament and strain a muscle). The most common damage done in an ankle sprain is to the talo-fibula ligament. If the injury is worse you might also damage the calcanao-fibula ligament.
Volleyball Injuries to the Foot and Ankle - Foot Health Facts
The repetitive jumping and side-to-side movements required in volleyball increase the risk of injuries to the foot and ankle. Volleyball players should be aware of the following: Inversion ankle sprains are a common injury in this sport. Ankle sprains should be evaluated by a foot and ankle surgeon to determine the extent of the injury, including possible peroneal tendon injuries and fractures.
Thumb Sprain - Volleyball.Com
Thumb Sprain What is a thumb sprain? When the thumb is bent out of it’s normal range of movement (usually backwards), damage occurs to the ligaments supporting the joint at the bottom of the thumb (metacarpo-phalangeal joint). It is common in skiing, contact sports and ball sports such as basketball and netball.
Finger Sprain - Volleyball.Com
A sprained finger occurs when the finger is bent in some way causing damage to the ligaments which connect bones together. It is common in ball games such as American football, basketball, cricket, handball etc. It is common for the ligaments at the side of the finger (collateral ligaments) to be damaged.
Your Guide to Volleyball Injuries - BetterBraces.com
All About Volleyball Injuries Volleyball is a high intensity sport that can lead to overuse or acute injuries. Repetitive motions like spiking and blocking, sudden changes in directions, and jumping and landing put players at risk for a variety of injuries.
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