Volleyball Ankle Injury Supports, Braces | 360 Relief

Volleyball Ankle Injury Supports

Ankle Supports

Volleyball players are continuously involved in running, jumping, and side to side movement to hit or pass the ball. These actions increase the risk of injuries in the foot and ankle. Volleyball players may experience common ankle injuries: ankle sprains, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, sesamoiditis, and stress fracture. An ankle sprain is the most common injury when your ankle is overstretched beyond its limit. It usually happens when a player awkwardly lands from jumping and stretches the leg forcefully.

Adjustable & Breathable Neoprene Ankle Brace for Weak Ankles


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360 Relief Adjustable Ankle Brace is effective to ease pain, swelling and can help manage symptoms of your unstable ankle.

Adjustable Neoprene Ankle Support Brace to Prevent Ankle Pain & Injuries


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360 Relief Ankle Support Brace can help in lowering discomfort and speeding up the healing process by offering complete support and protection.

Ankle Stabilizer Brace Support for Injury Protection and Pain Relief


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360 Relief Ankle Stabilizer Brace can help support your weak ankles, reduce swelling and pain by restricting the unusual movements of the ankle.

Ankle Support Brace with Cushions for Support & Protection


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360 Relief Ankle Support Brace can help support your ankle and relieve pain and discomfort while working or playing.

Neoprene Ankle Wrap Support for Pain Relief


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Our ankle braces help to enhance performance, reduce pain and increase blood circulation as well as offering support for ankle tendons and joints.

This item is designed to minimize the risk of injuries as well as providing support for ongoing pain.

Stretchable Ankle Support Wrap for Sprained Ankles


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360 Relief Ankle Support Wrap can help you to avoid ankle injuries and ease mild to chronic pain with comfort.

Plantar fasciitis is common among people over 40 years old. A lot of stress on your heel and attached tissues can cause plantar fasciitis. Overuse and excessive training can cause sesamoiditis, Achilles tendinitis, and stress fracture. If you have any of these issues, you will experience pain and swelling at first. If you avoid further training and other activities, you can recover in a few days. If left untreated, these symptoms will turn chronic, which may take longer to heal. Chronic conditions may make you feel tenderness, weakness, instability, and difficulty walking.
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Consult your GP immediately to diagnose the symptoms. Your GP will press the affected areas to know the extent of pain and tenderness. He may also move your foot in several directions to determine the range of motion. Severe conditions may require imaging tests, such as X-rays, CT scans, and MRIs. The RICE method (rest, ice massage, compression, and elevating exercises) is considered the best treatment for mild symptoms.

Over-the-counter medicines and anti-inflammatory drugs are additional treatments to help with the pain and inflammation. Your physiotherapist will help improve the strength and range of motion through certain exercises. You may require surgery to reconstruct or repair the injured ligaments that won’t recover through self-care strategies and medications.

Wearing ankle supports help limit certain motions to control the injury. They can also help to protect your ankles during volleyball. Doctors also recommend wearing ankle braces following surgery to speed up recovery. Ensure that you wear the ankle supports that suit your skin accordingly.

We suggest you ask your GP or training coach when choosing the best ankle supports. Ankle supports should neither be tight enough to stop the blood circulation nor loose enough to disturb walking. They must be snug enough to provide needed support and compression. 360 relief provides you with the best ankle supports to help with volleyball ankle injuries.

Is Volleyball Bad For My Ankle?

Due to repetitive movement during the game, volleyball most probably becomes the reason for ankle sprain. Ankle injuries can be responsible for the most lost playing time.

Can I Play Volleyball With a Sprained Ankle?

If you cannot jump, approach, or even walk without a limp, you must leave the court. Continuing to play with a sprained ankle may increase the risk for a long time before a full return to volleyball.

How Can I Protect My Ankle During Volleyball?

When it comes to protecting the ankle during volleyball, ankle braces are the primary recommendations. An ankle brace serves as external support to help limit certain motions, such as plantar flexion inversion. The brace also provides awareness of where your ankle joint is in space.

Should I Wear Braces All Day?If you use an ankle brace as a rehabilitative device, you can wear it while performing daily activities. It will help provide more stability and also prevent reinjury.

If you use an ankle brace as a rehabilitative device, you can wear it while performing daily activities. It will help provide more stability and also prevent reinjury.

Do Ankle Braces Weaken Your Ankle?

There is no evidence that braces weaken your ankle muscles if you use braces during sports and do not immobilize your ankle.

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