Published: 24 Nov 2004 - 05:42 by rippa rit
Updated: 22 Aug 2006 - 06:36
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Here are a few ideas:
- Have a special pair of shoes only worn at squash, eg indoor court shoe or squash shoe.
- A squash shoe needs to give and be flexible in the sole.
- High soles tend to make your foot roll over and cause sprains. Joggers are not good for playing squash and the tread is not suitable for the quick twisting movements, which can cause the foot to roll.
- Sometimes the body goes in one direction and the shoes stay stuck to the floor which can twist the knee.
- Ankle taping before play will help prevent further injury.
- Ensure your shoes have sufficient shock absorbing quality.
If the problem persists consult a Sports Podiatrist.
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