What are the common injuries in badminton?

Common injuries

  • Patellofemoral pain syndrome.
  • Jumper’s knee.
  • Collateral ligament injuries.
  • Medial tibial stress syndrome (shin splints)
  • Ankle sprain.
  • Thrower’s shoulder.
  • Plantar fasciitis.
  • Achilles tendon rupture.

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Likewise, people ask, what are the 3 types of injury?

Did you know that most athletic injuries can be boiled down into three main categories? Acute, Overuse and Chronic.

Also, is badminton bad for back? Badminton is one of the most popular recreational sports played in Singapore by people of all ages. Common injuries for badminton includes shoulder impingement, rotator cuff strains/tears, lower back pain, Knee ligament strains, ankle sprains, knee meniscus strains, elbow pain and wrist pain.

Thereof, what are the unwritten rules of badminton?

Make sure to follow these practices to keep everyone happy to continue playing badminton!

  • Shake hands with your opponent. …
  • Provide Shuttlecocks. …
  • Judge line calls fairly. …
  • Pass the shuttlecock to your opponent. …
  • Don’t serve before your opponents are ready. …
  • Don’t distract your opponent during a rally.

What is the safety etiquette of badminton?

During game play, all official badminton rules should be followed to ensure fairness and safety. Teammates should practice communication to avoid collisions and accidental racket strikes. At no time should the shuttlecock be played directly at an opponent. Doing so could lead to eye injuries.

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