After persistent back problems caused by a rugby injury and having seen physiotherapists with varying degrees of success I contacted Swindon Sports Therapy and arranged an appointment. Their approach and explanation of what was wrong and how it would be treated inspired confidence, and after the course of treatment, my back is at its best for years.
It has been my great pleasure over the last 18 months to finally get round to learning how to play volley ball. I have found true childlike joy in throwing myself around after a ball. Sometimes I even make a connection with the ball. In this time I’ve seen a lot of people complaining about a lot of injuries! Here’s my gift back to you. The finest physiotherapy knowledge on the common injuries and how you can treat / avoid them.
In this first section we talk about the conditions that we’ve seen most commonly and the clinic and on the court. In the second section: 8 Best Exercises For Volleyball Injury Avoidance we talk about what you can do about it. Obviously the best thing to do is to come see us, but then we would say that. No 2 injuries are the same and neither are the biomechanics. We’ve seen shoulder problems with the underlying problem coming from the foot. Really! So the best bet is always to get the problem properly assessed and treated for the quickest, safest resolution and to minimise the risk or re-occurrence. Sales pitch over, here’s the FREE stuff!
So that’s the most common injuries from volleyball we’ve seen at the clinic. Now you want to know what to do about them right? Obviously the best, safest and quickest option for a return to the court is to come in for an assessment by your caring Sports Therapists at Swindon Sports Therapy. But for those who are hard up for cash or those who are interested in preventing all of the above here’s a link to the 8 Best Exercises For Volleyball Injury Avoidance which includes the best stretch in the world!