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AVCA Video Tip of the Week: How to Treat Volleyball Knee Pain and other Volleyball Injuries

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Published on Jul 5, 2014

http://www.volleyball1on1.com/volleyb...

In this video we share information on how to treat volleyball knee pain including jumpers knee / patellar tendonitis and osgood-schlatter injuries. This video includes an easy to use taping technique that will dramatically reduce load on the joints thus helping relieve pain and DOMS (Delayed muscle onset soreness) almost instantly.

This tape and technique is tested and used on the AVP and FIVB. Also indoor with the Brazilian Indoor National Team.

If you would like a free sample of the tape visit http://www.volleyball1on1.com/volleyb...

This tape is completely unique to traditional athletic tape or kinesiology tape. This tape has an elastic capacity well in excess of 200% as well as it stretches in all directions unlike kineso tape which only stretches in two directions. What this means is the tape can be used like a spring or bungee cord to create and absorb load during athletic movement.

Other more traditional uses of the tape are for the creation and absorption of load. Because of the elastic or bungee nature of the tape many traditional impact injuries associated with volleyball can be quickly dealt with. Also for more experienced trainers bio tape gives you a new tool you only dreamed of for helping your volleyball athletes.

Also to see more volleyball injury prevention videos: http://www.volleyball1on1.com/volleyb...

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