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Unfortunately, injuries happen. As, different sports carry different injury risks. Runners often experience foot- and knee-related injuries; golfers are more likely to experience shoulder and back pain. Knowing how to protect yourself most effectively, and what to do if you sustain an injury, can help you stay in the game—or get back to it quickly.
Ankle and Foot Injuries: Injuries to the feet or ankle are very common. The pain generally appears with strenuous physical movement, such as running, playing sports and it may even progress while walking. In worst case scenario, the pain may be felt even when you are not on your feet.
Elbow Injuries: The elbow is where multiple bones, ligaments, muscles, and tendons of the arm meet. However, highly repetitive movement and over-exercise can lead to elbow injuries and strains including tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow.
Hand and Wrist Injuries: Repeated movements, fast motion or impact during exercise can lead the tendon or ligaments getting damaged or more serious injuries such as wrist fractures. For wrist injuries and support for weak wrists, our Neoprene Wrist Support provide stable support around the strained area and minimises chances of further injuries.
Knee Injuries: Knees are a main joint in the body. They can get fractured, sprained, tears, dislocations, and other injuries can occur if you do not look after or wear knee supports for activities. Knee injuries can occur quite frequently in all sports. From injuries due to running or sprains, strains resulting from twists and turns in sports such as football, tennis, golf hiking and skiing, knee injuries can be quite frequent.
Leg & Calf Injuries: Some leg injuries may only affect part of the leg, while others may cause more widespread problems and extend into the foot or include the knee. Strong calves can help you run better and more power. On the other hand, weak calves can cause disorders such as Achilles tendonitis, shin splints, calf strains, hamstring , hip problems, and even plantar fasciitis.