Volleyball has become increasingly competitive and popular.
Austin Einhorn |Movement & Skill Acquisition Specialist When it comes to preventing injuries commonly associated with volleyball, many athletes, coaches and parents are going about it all wrong.
For the beach team sport, see Beach volleyball. For other uses, see Volleyball (disambiguation)
If you play volleyball, you know injuries can happen.
Continuous play can lead to overuse injuries in the ankle, hand, wrist, elbow, knee or shoulder, says sports medicine surgeon.
Tips for high school and college volleyball players and coaches on how to prevent the most common volleyball injuries.
Dental injuries range from a chipped or fractured tooth to a knocked-out tooth.
Knee injuries frequently occur in volleyball players because they are always jumping or colliding with other players.
Phoenix physical therapy expert Itamar Stern explains the causes of knee injuries in female volleyball players, and suggests strategies to help prevent them.
Background Little is known about the rate and pattern of injuries in international volleyball competition.