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Volleyball injuries

Osgood Schlatters – never healed in adulthood

in Volleyball injuries

I am a high level volleyball player. I had undiagnosed OSD in my right knee since about 13 years old. I am now 24 and haven’t grown in the last 5 years. In the last few years I increased my competition and training load. I’ve gotten a perpetual pain in the lump over the tibial... MORE

Why do I feel a sudden pain below my...

in Volleyball injuries

After a week and a half of no volleyball practice, I suddenly felt pain under my knee a few days ago. I dove and ran during practice with my knee pads on and my knees were bruised up afterward and I also had pain under both my knees. It’s been a few days since and... MORE

why was my acl recovery not successful?

in Volleyball injuries

I was playing volleyball n got injured….after acording to doctor’s advice i got a acl reconstruction…..but.after operation .ifection was there……..that’s y they broughtout the shutterdisc placed earlier.2 years had gone.but……..still lagging is there.sometimes i m getting toomuch pain also.doctor has promised me to bring back my sports n dance career….bt.i think my dreams r only... MORE

ACL reconstruction surgery: how to choose the right acl...

in Anterior Cruciate Ligament, Basketball injuries, Cricket injuries, Cycling injuries, Hamstring injuries, Iliotibial band injuries, Knee injuries, Volleyball injuries

Sitting in your doctor’s office, you learn the shocking truth: the MRI reveals that you have indeed ruptured the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in one of your knees. Your doctor is staring at you, waiting for you to make some decisions. Do you want reconstructive surgery? If so, what kind of surgery? Who should actually... MORE

Tibialis-posterior tendinitis: here’s how to avoid tibialis-posterior tendinitis and...

in Achilles tendinopathy, Basketball injuries, Cycling injuries, Iliotibial band injuries, Knee injuries, Leg injuries, Metatarsalgia, Plantar fasciitis, Volleyball injuries

Here’s how to avoid tibialis-posterior tendinitis – and look after your iliotibial bands at the same time Like its ‘neighbouring injuries’, Achilles tendinitis and plantar fasciitis, tibialis-posterior tendinitis can plague athletes from a variety of different sports (1). The condition is actually an inflammation of the tendon of the important but relatively little-known tibialis-posterior muscle,... MORE

Low-back flexibility

in Back injuries, Basketball injuries, Field Hockey Injuries, Flexibility, Golf injuries, Ice Hockey Injuries, Injury prevention, Stretching, Volleyball injuries

Low-back flexibility: Before you enter a match, here’s what to do to keep your low back supple and help avoid getting hurt Lumbar-spine pain accounts for 5 to 8% of all athletic injuries, and many sports-medicine experts believe that inflexibility of the lumbar spine increases the risk of low-back pain and injury in athletes(1). Supporting... MORE

Cycling injuries – handlebar palsy

in Achilles tendinopathy, Basketball injuries, Cricket injuries, Cycling injuries, Elbow Injuries, Golf injuries, Plantar fasciitis, Swimming injuries, Tennis injuries, Volleyball injuries, Wrist injuries

That strange condition called handlebar palsy: why cyclists get it (and it’s not just cyclists) – and what can be done to prevent it Without peeking at the next paragraph, quickly answer this question: which part of the body is the most frequent site of injury among cyclists? If you answered “the leg”, or “the... MORE

Groin strain causes

in Basketball injuries, Cycling injuries, Flexibility, Groin injuries, Hip injuries, Rugby injuries, Soccer injuries, Sports injury treatment, Swimming injuries, Volleyball injuries

What to do if you are an unlucky sufferer from groin strains, and what action you can take to avoid them [adsense:336×280:1772170819] A ‘groin pull’ (aka groin strain) is often a bruise, stretching, or tearing of muscle fibres which run from the front of the hip bone to the inside of the thigh. These ‘hip-adductor’... MORE

Ankle injuries treatment – review of techniques for testing...

in Ankle injuries, Badminton injuries, Basketball injuries, Foot Injuries, Soccer injuries, Sports injury treatment, Volleyball injuries

These are the current techniques for testing and treating acute lateral ligament injuries of the ankle [adsense:336×280:1772170819] Lateral ligament injuries of the ankle are possibly the most common sporting-related injuries, on average making up 10-15% of such injuries. One large study of 12,000 sporting injuries(1) showed that 25% involved the foot and ankle and the... MORE



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