Looking at Finger Dislocations in Volleyball

Looking at Finger Dislocations in Volleyball

Many volleyball activities, such as setting, digging and blocking, make the fingers vulnerable to injury and finger dislocations can be a common consequence. This injury is characterized by the bones moving out of place and this most often happens when the finger is...
Ankle Sprains and Volleyball Players

Ankle Sprains and Volleyball Players

The most common injuries in volleyball are ankle injuries and ankle sprains occur more often than any other injury. A sprain is an injury that affects the ligaments in the ankle. You have multiple ligaments in your ankle and these work to hold the ankle bones...
Volleyball Injuries Intro

Volleyball Injuries Intro

Summer is heating up and practice for the fall sports is getting started all around the country. One of the most popular of the fall sports is Volleyball so I wanted to talk a little about volleyball injuries over the next few weeks. Volleyball is one of the most...
Ankle Injuries in Soccer/Football

Ankle Injuries in Soccer/Football

The ankle joint is vulnerable to injury because it is so mobile. It handles a considerable amount of force and it carries your full body weight. The jumping and running involved in soccer puts the ankle through an immense amount of strain and this can lead to...
Hamstring Injuries in Soccer/Football

Hamstring Injuries in Soccer/Football

Hamstring injuries are common in those who play soccer because the sport requires fast breaks and lots of sprinting. The hamstring is located in the back of the thigh and most injuries are the result of over-stretching the muscles. There are three hamstring muscles,...
Soccer/Football Knee Injuries

Soccer/Football Knee Injuries

Knee injuries are very common in soccer, especially those affecting the ligaments in the knee. All players are at risk due to the frequent direction changes and the abrupt starting and stopping during game play. The largest joint in the body is the knee and it is...