Badminton Knee Support
In badminton, a lot of knee movement is involved, especially while jumping and changing directions. Common knee injuries in the badminton court include iliotibial band syndrome, runners’ knees, arthritis, ligament injuries, and fractures. Wearing wrong shoes, playing on uneven surfaces, and improper footwork can cause iliotibial band syndrome. Muscle tightening, muscle imbalance, and flat feet are common causes for runners’ knees. Arthritis is of three types: osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and post-traumatic arthritis.