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Tennis Ankle Injury Supports

Ankle Supports

A tennis player is constantly running back and forth, jumping, and starting and stopping on hard surfaces. All these actions may lead to frequent ankle injuries. Sprains, fractures, tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, and sesamoiditis are the most common ankle injuries. An ankle sprain occurs when an ankle is stretched beyond its limit or range of motion, causing pain and difficulty walking. Impact or stress from falling can cause an ankle to twist or rotate awkwardly, resulting in ankle fracture. Tennis players may suffer from two main types of tendinitis: Achilles tendinitis and posterior tibial tendonitis.

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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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Tendinitis is an inflammation of soft tissues or tendons that connect the muscles to the bones. Plantar fasciitis is an overuse syndrome that results from excessive pressure and stretching. Initially, tennis players may feel pain and inflammation in the ankles. If not treated, the mild symptoms may become chronic, resulting in tightness in Achilles tendons, instability, restricted range of motion, and tenderness while touching an ankle. Your doctor will do a physical checkup and examine your leg, foot, and ankle.
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The doctor will feel the injured areas to check the tenderness and move your foot in several directions to check the range of motion. If the injury is severe, your GP will recommend one or more imaging tests, including X-rays, MRIs, and CT scans. Your GP will create a treatment plan based on the physical checkup or imaging tests. A self-care strategy like the RICE method is best for the first two to three days. The Rice method includes rest, ice massage, compression, and elevating the ankle.

Your GP may also suggest you take over-the-counter medications and anti-inflammatory drugs to relieve pain and inflammation. Physical therapy helps improve strength and range of motion. Surgery is required to repair or reconstruct the ligaments that won’t heal. Your healthcare provider will recommend wearing ankle braces.

Ankle braces provide the external support to limit certain motions, such as planter inversion or flexion. They also help keep an ankle aligned to control further injuries. Wearing ankle braces after surgery helps speed up the healing process.

To get the maximum benefits, you need to choose the right ankle brace according to your need and suitability. It’s better to get help from your GP or professional coach to choose the right ankle supports. At 360 relief, you can find a variety of ankle supports to help with tennis ankle injuries.

What Are The Common Ankle Injuries In Tennis?

Tennis players may face the following injuries during tennis:

  • Achilles tendinitis or tear
  • Ankle sprain
  • Stress fracture of the foot
  • Fracture of the ankle
  • Plantar fasciitis
What Causes Ankle Injuries In Tennis?

An ankle sprain can occur on any court because of the multidirectional nature of playing tennis. Usually, the ankle gets injured when it is twisted too far out of its normal position. Frequent running and jumping during tennis can cause an ankle to twist. Clay court can increase the chances of ankle injuries.

When Can I Get Back To Tennis Court After Ankle Injury?

Grade I and II ankle sprains may take 2 to 6 weeks to heal completely. You can start your practice after this duration or after the symptoms will disappear. However, a Grade III sprain is severe and can take a longer time to resume your game.

Is It Safe To Play Tennis With A Sprained Ankle?

Generally speaking, it is not safe to play tennis with a sprained ankle. You should avoid playing and other strenuous physical activities until all the symptoms disappear.

How To Prevent Ankle Injuries In Tennis?

The following preventive measures will help you avoid ankle injuries in tennis:

  • Do not forget to warm up your body before playing
  • Use proper equipment, especially tennis shoes, to prevent ankle injuries
  • Wear ankle supports or braces for extra protection
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