Bam! There’s nothing like the satisfaction of a great spike. Volleyball is a game of power, strategy and agility, and you believe in going hard or going home. But all those fierce hits, dives and jumps can take their toll, even on the healthiest bodies.
Volleyball injuries are most common in the lower extremities and the shoulders: places where a lot of energy is transferred very quickly. However, other injuries — including finger injuries caused by impact with the ball — are also not unusual. Without proper treatment, many of these injuries can become chronic orthopaedic problems.
At Andrews Sports Medicine, you’ll partner with some of the leading sports medicine doctors in the field. Our team of experts collaborates closely to provide you with the right surgical or nonsurgical treatment options for you, based on your goals. We treat volleyball injuries of all kinds, including:
- Sprained Ankle
- Rotator Cuff Tendonitis
- Knee Ligament Injuries, including ACL, PCL and MCL
Furthermore, our sports medicine doctors partner closely with the American Sports Medicine Institute (ASMI) on injury prevention research and education. Your orthopaedic treatment plan will include personalized injury prevention counseling to help you learn how to avoid future issues.
If you’ve suffered volleyball injuries, call us today at (205) 939-3699 or request an appointment using our online form. You can also use our Physician Finder to select a sports medicine physician that specializes in your type of condition.
Andrews Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center’s collaborative team of sports medicine physicians helps athletes of all ages to conquer volleyball injuries in AL.