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Basketball Knee Support

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Common knee injuries in basketball may include knee sprains, meniscus tear, patella tendon, and ACL tear. Awkward landing from a jump, getting stepped on, and sudden change in the direction may result in a knee sprain. Meniscus tear happens when the knee is suddenly twisted while you plant your foot on the ground. Excessive stress on knees during sports and workouts may result in ACL injuries. Patellar tendinitis occurs due to repetitive motion and stress in the knee.

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Athletes may feel pain and swelling in their knees due to the knee injuries mentioned above. Poor posture, sudden or direct blows, and improper playing techniques are the risk factors leading to knee injuries in basketball. When you feel any of these symptoms, you should avoid further playing to control the damage. A thorough medical history will help your GP to diagnose the symptoms. If required, he may arrange for X-rays or MRIs to determine the extent and nature of the damage.
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Based on imaging tests, your healthcare professional will create a treatment plan. You can reduce mild symptoms on your own with home remedies. Rest, ice massage, and wearing compression bandages are recommended. You can also take anti-inflammatory drugs, NSAIDs, to reduce pain and inflammation around your knees. Severe conditions such as stress fracture and knee dislocation may require surgery.

Mild injuries, such as knee sprains, may take a few weeks to heal. Severe conditions that involve surgery take longer. You need to follow your GP instructions thoroughly to speed up the recovery process.

Experts suggest effective preventive measures to avoid injury recurring or having a safe basketball experience. Warm-ups and wearing proper equipment before playing are the keys to having a safe game experience.

Knee supports are the best tools to protect your knees from stress and extra load during sports and workouts. They also provide needed compressions to speed up the recovery process following a knee injury. 360 relief provides you with the best knee supports to help with a knee injury from basketball.

How should I treat knee injury from basketball?

if you have knee strain or sprain, you can rest your legs, apply ice, wear compression sleeves, and do elevation. It may help you to avoid further knee injuries and discomfort. If you have a severe knee injury and pain like arthritis, it’s better to see a doctor. He might refer you to a physiotherapist to regain strength and stabilize your knees.

What are the common injuries in basketball?

The common injuries in basketball which can prevent you from playing further are:

  • Ankle sprain
  • Knee sprain or dislocation
  • Wrist or shoulder injuries
  • Jammed fingers
  • Deep thigh bruising
  • Foot fractures
How to avoid knee injuries while playing basketball?

Always warm-up before playing; it will help you to promote blood flow. Wear appropriate protective equipment to prevent injuries and severe damage. When you finish your game, then always do mild stretching of the body.

Does basketball cause knee injury?

Basketball or any other sport that includes jumping and running has a higher risk of knee injuries. However, wearing appropriate safety gear can help you to avoid maximum injuries and pain.

Why do my knees feel acute pain after playing basketball?

Patellar tendonitis is an overuse injury of the knees that occurs over time. It is the most common injury in basketball and volleyball players. That’s why you feel sharp pain and inflammation around your knee joints after playing.

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