WHY SHOULD I WEAR AN ANKLE BRACE WHEN PLAYING VOLLEYBALL?
Volleyball players are common victims of injuries due to the rapid movements which increase the risk of twisting the ankle. Besides ankle injuries, they are also highly prone to knee, shoulder and back injuries.
Constant running and jumping also causes fatigue and lactic acid accumulation in joints and muscles which can further increase the risk of sprains and strains.
Wearing a Bauerfeind brace or a Sports Ankle Support or Dynamic Support can enhance the stability of the ligaments and tendons surrounding the ankle joint. This can help in preventing ankle injuries.
VOLLEYBALL CHAMPION PEDLOW WEARS BAUERFEIND SUPPORTS
Take a look at Beach volleyball player and Registered Physiotherapist, Samuel Pedlow wearing Bauerfeind supports during his game.
All Bauerfeind ankle braces and supports provide medical-grade compression which aids in eliminating the lactic acid from the muscles and promoting blood circulation for a speedy recovery.
Common ankle injuries from playing volleyball include tendon sprain, ligament tear, Achilles tendon bursitis and Achillis Tendonitis.
If you are already suffering from an ankle injury, buying the ankle brace for the specific condition will be beneficial. The AchilloTrain Ankle Brace provides pain relief from conditions causing chronic pain, irritation and inflammation of the achilles tendon.
Bauerfeind helps volleyball players and elite athletes to achieve their personal best.
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