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My tendon on pinky finger was severed. Will I be able to play volleyball again?

My tendon on pinky finger was severed. Will I be able to play volleyball again?

Maybe: Which tendon, palm side or nail side of the finger. Was it repaired? Can you move the last joint of the finger? Can you move either joint of the finger? ...Read more

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Tendon (Definition)

Tendons are made up of collagen and are the functional tissue that interfaces between muscles and bone. Muscles generate force that is transmitted through its tendon that inserts on a specific bone that is moved in the plane of the connecting joint made ...Read more


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I have shooting pain in my finger when I play volleyball. Why? What is it?

I have shooting pain in my finger when I play volleyball. Why? What is it?

Prob nerve: Nerve injury/stretch or what we call the volar plate and collateral ligament injury. See a doctor but consider taping as well. ...Read more

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Playing volleyball yesterday, hit finger, the pain in finger kept escalating and cannot move it without pain, also swollen?

Playing volleyball yesterday, hit finger, the pain in finger kept escalating and cannot move it without pain, also swollen?

See physician: Most commonly is soft tissue injury. Sometimescan be subluxation or small fracture. Xray exam will demonstrate subluxation and fracture. Er physician will splint finger in proper position for healing of fracture and/or reduced subluxation. ...Read more

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Im am eating just too much without hungry. I want to know how to stop. I play volleyball?

Im am eating just too much without hungry. I want to know how to stop. I play volleyball?

Underlying issues: Over consumption of food when not hungry may be a display of an underlying issue, emotionally or personally. You may need to seek out counseling or a psychiatrist for advice. I hope that helps. ...Read more

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What could cause a reoccuring pain in my wrist when I play volleyball or am writing.?

What could cause a reoccuring pain in my wrist when I play volleyball or am writing.?

Carpal Tunnel: Carpal tunnel syndrome is a thickening of the ligament that crosses over the wrist. When someone does repetative motion of the hand such as during sports or writing, this ligament can thicken and start to cause pain as well as numbness of the fingers. However, wrist pain can also be caused by a fracture of one of the bones of the wrist and from a strain or pull of another ligament in the wrist. ...Read more

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After the knee is drained can I return to play volleyball?

After the knee is drained can I return to play volleyball?

Yes: Whether that is immediate or after a period of time is up to your doctor, in some cases, the activity may keep recurring in which case you may have to decide whether or not to explore further surgery or not play. ...Read more

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I play volleyball and am experiencing knee pain? What is jumper's knee.

I play volleyball and am experiencing knee pain? What is jumper's knee.

Jumper's knee: Jumper's knee is an alternate term for patellar tendinitis, the tendon that connects the lower pole of the knee cap to the shin. It is subject to injury with repeated jumping. It is best treated with rest, anti-inflammatory medication, physical therapy , appropriate orthotics, warm ups and gentle stretching. ...Read more

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I play volleyball and am experiencing knee pain? What is the next step?

See your DR: When there is pain in the knee when playing, this means some wrong, it could minor or it could be major , so i advice you to check with your doctor. Thank you. ...Read more

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Hi I just found out 2 weeks ago that I got lumbar disc It is not too bad I dont feel if I dont work or play. So can I play Volleyball?

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I just found out 2 weeks ago that I got lumbar disc
It is not too bad 
I dont feel if I dont work or play.
So can I play Volleyball?

Disc Herniation?: Slip Disc or Lumbar Disc Herniation can restrict high Impact sports and exercise. If you do not have any radicular symptoms; good. But before playing Volley Ball I would ask the doctor who is treating you for this condition . He has the detailed history, and X-ray results and have examined you. ...Read more