Best Knee Braces For Volleyball

HOW CAN I PREVENT OR AVOID A KNEE INJURY DURING VOLLEYBALL?

Wearing a Bauerfeind brace or knee support can minimise your chances of a volleyball injury by providing enhanced stability, proprioception and moisture-wicking medical-grade compression. Bauerfeind knee braces help to promote healing with the use of medical grade compression, something not found when using basic neoprene sleeves and braces. This added support will help stabilise your joint without limiting your ability to jump serve, block, spike a ball or off-speed hit.


BEST KNEE BRACES FOR VOLLEYBALL


Best Knee Braces for Volleyball

GenuTrain Knee brace

An award-winning knee brace that provides targeted support for pain relief and stabilisation of the knee.

$149.95 - Buy Here

If your knee is weak, swollen, painful or recovering from an injury, the Bauerfeind GenuTrain knee brace will help provide you with relief and stability.

  • Integrated donning aid allows you to easily put on the knee brace
  • Soft hollow of the knee for enhanced wearing comfort
  • Three-dimensional active knit for an ideal fit and optimal neuromuscular joint stabilization
  • Omega pad improves neuromuscular joint stabilization
  • Meniscus wings to help relieve meniscus pain
  • Hoffa pads provide pressure relief
  • Fits either leg the same version can be used for right and left
  • Moisture wicking fabric for all day comfort

 

GenuTrain Patella Knee Brace for Volleyball injuries

GenuTrain P3 Knee brace

An advanced knee brace for pain and misalignment of the kneecap, often caused by injury related to sports

$239.95 - Buy Here

The GenuTrain P3 is ideal for pain caused by misalignment of the kneecap (patellar lateralisation), femoropatellar pain syndrome (anterior knee pain), ACL and MCL injury or pain associated with patellar tip syndrome. The P3 is the go to knee brace for MMA and BJJ fighter like Conor McGregor.

  • Muscle-relaxing pad – Reduces sideways pulling of the kneecap to further reduce pain and relax the muscles with soothing massage
  • Corrective guide – Stops your kneecap from drifting outward to relieve discomfort and help healing without loss of mobility.
  • Patella cover – Counteracts the tilting of the patella.
  • Corrective strap – can be individually adjusted for optimal kneecap control.
Sports Knee Support for Volleyball injuries

Sports Knee Support

The Bauerfeind sports knee brace improves circulation and stimulates muscle regeneration around the knee.

$129.95 - Buy Here

Get effective protection against excessive strain during sporting activity with the Bauerfeind Sports Knee Support. The controlled compression improves the knee’s ability to maintain maximum movement stability during sporting activities.

  • Light and airy knitted fabric makes it extremely comfortable to wear
  • Innovative pad for absorbing pressure peaks
  • Durable and easy to clean
  • Anatomically shaped for a secure fit and freedom of movement
  • Machine washable
  • The sports knee brace will fit the left or right leg
  • Uses Bauerfeind's medical grade compression technology, adapted for sporting use
Knee strap Volleyball

GENUPOINT KNEE STRAP

A knee strap that provides targeted relief for the patella tendon.

$69.05 - Buy Here

Bauerfeind’s GenuPoint relieves the excess strain on the patellar tendon below the kneecap, helps to ease pain in the front knee, and counteracts the noticeable effects of restricted mobility.

  • Velcro strap and be tightened for adjustable compression
  • Anatomically shaped for a secure fit and freedom of movement
  • 3D airknit technology provides breathable, moisture-wicking comfort

 

DO I NEED KNEE SUPPORTS FOR VOLLEYBALL?

All athletes and sports players should wear knee supports. Not only do they offer protection of your kneecap, ligaments and meniscus, they activate and massage the surrounding muscles to increase blood flow to the area.

 

HOW TO TREAT A VOLLEYBALL INJURY?

    We recommend visiting a physiotherapist for treatment and advice on treating volleyball injuries. They may recommend one of the following treatments.
  • Strains or Sprains. Many sprains and strains can be treated with the RICE method: Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation. A good physiotherapist can assist with the recovery however prevention is always better than cure.
  • Medial Collateral Ligament injury.  This occurs when the (valgus) force is too great for the ligament to resist and the ligament is overstretched. Treatment of an MCL injury varies depending on its severity. Always consult a physiotherapist to receive a full diagnosis and treatment plan.
  • Jumper’s Knee. This is commonly known as Patellar tendonitis. Rarely does this condition require surgery. It can generally be treated using a combination of anti-inflammatory medications (such as ibuprofen) and exercise. A corticosteroid injection may also be used.