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Rugby Ankle Injury Supports

Ankle Supports

Rugby is an exciting game, but it can be hard for your feet and ankles. Injuries can result from cutting, running, direct trauma, and jolting in the rugby field. Common ankle injuries rugby players may face during a match are ankle sprains, Achilles tendonitis, sesamoiditis, and ankle fractures. An ankle sprain usually occurs when an ankle is overstretched from its normal position. Excessive training and overuse can lead to Achilles tendonitis and sesamoiditis. Several factors, including twisting, rolling or rotating ankles and impacts from tripping and falling, contribute to the ankle fractures.

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.

Initially, you will feel pain and swelling in the ankle joints. If left untreated, pain may worsen and convert to chronic symptoms, including stiffness, weakness, and instability. If you feel any symptoms, you should stop playing rugby to control the injury. Consult your GP for a physical checkup. Imaging tests, such as X-rays and MRIs, may be required to diagnose severe symptoms. Your healthcare provider may suggest the RICE method to treat the initial symptoms. The RICE method includes rest, ice packs, compression garments, and elevating the injured area. Additionally, your doctor may recommend over-the-counter medications or anti-inflammatory drugs to relieve pain and inflammation.
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Under severe conditions, your ankle may require surgery to get back to its normal position. Wearing ankle supports help provide protection and supports against the collisions and resistance you may face during a rugby match. Ankle supports are also considered the best tools to provide your ankles with enough compressions to speed up the recovery process following an ankle injury. Before buying and wearing the ankle supports, you need to consider several things.

For example, the material used to design the ankle supports and the correct size. Wearing loosely fitted ankle supports cannot provide needed compression and support, whereas tightly fitted ankle support will stop blood circulation. Ensure that your ankle support or brace is snug enough to provide needed compression and support to help with healing. Besides wearing ankle support, professional trainers also suggest preventive measures to get a safe rugby experience. Wear proper athletic footwear to reduce the chances of injuries. You should warm up your body before playing and cool down after the session.

Whether you need ankle supports to protect your ankles during sports or wear them to speed up the recovery process from an ankle injury, ankle supports are helpful in both situations. 360 relief provides you with the best ankle supports to help with rugby ankle injuries.

Is Rugby Bad For My Ankles?

Rugby involves high physical contact, which often results in the incidence of serious injuries. Rugby can be challenging for feet and ankles. Ankle injuries may occur due to cutting and running, direct trauma during scrum and tackling.

How Common Are Ankle Injuries In Rugby?

Epidemiological data on professional rugby players show that the incidence of an ankle injury during a rugby match was 10.0 injuries per 1000 player-hours.

What Is The Common Ankle Injury In Rugby?

A sprained ankle is a common ankle injury that results from Rugby. It usually occurs when the ligaments surrounding the ankle are stretched beyond their limits. However, literal ligament injury due to ankle sprain is another common injury, with 4.7 injuries per 1000 player-hours.

Is It Good To Wear An Ankle Brace?

Braces do some good things for your ankle. They serve as the external support to limit certain motions, such as plantar flexion. They also provide support after injury and help speed up the recovery process.

How To Prevent Ankle Injuries In Rugby?

The following preventive measures can save you from ankle injuries in Rugby:

  • Warm-up before Rugby game
  • Choose proper athletic shoes according to your foot type
  • Avoid running uneven surface
  • Use ankle supports and braces for extra protection
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