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Cricket Ankle Injury Supports

Ankle Supports

Ankle injuries are common in sports, especially in cricket. Common injuries a cricket player can face are plantar fascia strain, plantar fasciitis, metatarsal fracture, bruised heel, Achilles bursitis, tarsal tunnel syndrome, and turf toe. An ankle sprain usually results from outstretched or torn ligaments. Plantar fasciitis may result from repetitive movement during running. A sudden forceful injury to the foot may result in a metatarsal fracture.

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Adjustable Neoprene Ankle Support Brace to Prevent Ankle Pain & Injuries


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Ankle Stabilizer Brace Support for Injury Protection and Pain Relief


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Ankle Support Brace with Cushions for Support & Protection


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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.

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Stretchable Ankle Support Wrap for Sprained Ankles


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A bruised heel happens when an overuse injury crushes blood vessels in the heel's soft tissues and muscles. Overuse from running, jumping, or walking during cricket can cause Achilles bursitis. Compression to the posterior tibial nerve may result in tarsal tunnel syndrome, causing pain, tingling, and numbness in the foot. A force applied to the toe that makes it angle upwards more than its normal range can cause a turf toe. Ankle injuries are common in every cricket activity, including batting, bowling, and fielding.
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Common symptoms a cricketer may feel include ankle pain and swelling. Other symptoms are numbness, tingling, weakness, and instability. Diagnosing the symptoms will allow your GP to create a better treatment plan. Sometimes a physical checkup is enough to determine the injury, but your GP may request some imaging tests, such as X-rays and MRIs to better understand the extent of the damage caused.

Initial treatment may include rest, ice massage, compression bandages, and physical therapy. Your GP may also suggest taking anti-inflammatory medicines to control the symptoms. Severe conditions will require surgery to repair your ankle.

Whether you are a bowler, fielder, or batsman, you need to follow preventive measures to perform your best in the field without incurring injuries. Cricketers are recommended to wear supportive footwear with the orthotic insole, arch support, and heel cup. Managed diet, fluid intake, and adequate warming up reduce the chances of injuries in the field. Wearing ankle supports or braces may also keep you protected while playing cricket. Inappropriate ankle braces can be harmful to you. Consult your trainer and GP to choose the best ankle brace for you.

Ankle braces protect you against the bumps and resistance you may face during playing and workouts. They also help provide the needed compression to the affected areas, speeding up the recovery process. You can find the best ankle supports at 360 relief to help with ankle injuries in cricket.

What Is Lateral Ankle Sprain?

A lateral ankle sprain is the most common injury of the ankle in cricket. It can happen during any activity, including batting, fielding, and bowling. Most often, it occurs when your ankle rolls inward. A lateral ankle sprain results in pain, swelling, bruising, and tenderness.

Can I Play Cricket With A Sprained Ankle?

If you are feeling difficulty and discomfort, then you should leave the field. A mild sprain may take two to six weeks to return in the field; however, high ankle sprains may take six to 10 weeks to heal completely.

How to Prevent Ankle Injury In Cricket?

Some cricketers wear ankle supports to give ankles extra protection and prevent injury from occurring during play. Besides this, extensive stretching help to warm up the muscles prior to play.

How Do I Know If I Sprained My Ankle?

If you experience tenderness, pain, swelling, and bruising while playing cricket, it means you have developed a sprained ankle. It would be better to start treatment immediately to prevent further damage.

How does Brace Help With Ankle Sprain?

An ankle brace helps keep the ligaments and joints in place during the healing process. It provides protection, limits motion, and helps reduce the pain, which results in speedy recovery.

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