Working with Olympic level male and female volleyball players has allowed me a unique appreciation for common volleyball injuries and how to prevent them.
Find out what the most common injuries are in volleyball and how to prevent them from a sports medicine expert.
With all of the running, jumping, and diving, playing volleyball can result in injuries.
Continuous play can lead to overuse injuries in the ankle, hand, wrist, elbow, knee or shoulder, says sports medicine surgeon.
If you play volleyball, you know injuries can happen.
For the beach team sport, see Beach volleyball. For other uses, see Volleyball (disambiguation)
Overuse in volleyball training/practice: A review on shoulder and spine-related injuries
The URMC Orthopaedics & Physical Performance department works to research, develop and use the latest methods to treat orthopaedic conditions in infants to adults.
An image of a volleyball match between Poland and Argentina.
Beach volleyball. An unofficial mixed doubles match of beach volleyball.