14 Nov

High ankle sprain – syndesmosis injury

icon High ankle sprains are less common than lateral ankle sprains, but generally are more serious and require a longer recovery. They occur to the ligaments above the ankle which connect the two bones of the lower leg: the tibia and fibula. The tibia and fibula are held together by the syndesmosis membrane as well […]

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05 Jun

Ankle sprains in netball

icon Ankle sprains are one of the most common injuries in netball players and can range in severity. Minor sprains may only take a week of rest and rehab, whereas more serious sprains can take much longer. The ankle accounts for 40% of netball injuries (Fong et al. 2007), due to the amount of jumping, […]

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14 Jun

How to Prevent Netball Injuries

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