Sometimes called jumper’s knee, patellar tendonitis can affect tennis players. While jumping and landing repetitively, it’s common for tennis players to place immense stress on the knee. Landing on especially rough surfaces (such as cement) and taking your activity to the extreme can contribute to this injury.
Tennis elbow is often caused by overuse – from too much repetition or improper technique. Common symptoms of tennis elbow include pain localized to the outside of the elbow and moderate to severe pain with certain movements of the wrist.
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Dr Seelenfreund replies to a letter from Dr Duke regarding tennis ball injuries to the eye (236:2287, 1976) and recommends impact-resistant glasses, among other things. I would like to report a reason to object to such glasses and to recommend use of only some physical device surrounding the bony orbit.
The most common body part injured from a male strain/sprain was the lower leg (which usually referred to either the calf or the Achilles tendon). For senior men, the lower leg accounted for 39.8% of pickleball strains or sprains (95% CI = 28.2–51.5%) but just 21.9% of tennis strains or sprains (95% CI = 15.2–28.5%).
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It’s necessary for anything from serving a tennis ball to carrying groceries up the stairs. The Achilles tendon can rupture for multiple reasons including injuries, medications, or biomechanical malalignment, and typically occurs when the Achilles tendon is stretched in a traumatic fashion.
Unfortunately, no: not everyone knows about the tennis ball thing. But it is a time-honoured simple self-treatment for chronic muscle aches and pains, running a close second to “the hot bath thing.” A tennis ball is just a particularly cheap, handy, portable self-massage tool that you can use on suspected “knots” in your muscles.
Serious Blunt Trauma to Eye from Tennis Ball. Schmoozie. Hi, I have suffered a blunt trauma to my right eye from a tennis ball (speed approx 25 mph) - I was playing doubles and turned round as a friend was returning service getting full force of the ball to my eye. The trauma occurred yesterday and I visited A&E within 20 minutes, and the consultant told me the worst case scenarios - ie. detached retina, glaucoma etc etc.