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Recover from common sports injuries in badminton

PhysioRoom are proud to regularly supply badminton players with a wide selection of products that can help them in both healing and preventing badminton-related injuries. Whether you have sprained your ankle whilst twisting and turning on the court, or have developed tennis elbow over playing badminton for a prolonged period of time, PhysioRoom can help.

Browse our wide selection of badminton injury products below now and return to the court as soon as possible.

Expert Injury Treatment

An Update on Tendinopathies

An Update on Tendinopathies

Nicola Maffulli, a world expert in the management of Tendinopathies, explains the latest treatment.

Shoulder Strengthening

Shoulder Strengthening

Expert Marc Bernier demonstrates strengthening exercises for the shoulder.

Ankle Strengthening

Ankle Strengthening

Exercises to strengthen weak ankles and protect against repreated ankle sprains.

Common Injuries Explained

Top 5 Badminton Injuries

Top 5 Badminton Injuries

Read our guide to the most common badminton injuries and how to prevent them.

What Cures Patella Tendonitis?

What Cures Patella Tendonitis?

Rest, surgery or a combination? Find out how the world's top surgeons treat this condition.

Sprained Ankle Prevention

Sprained Ankle Prevention

Are you susceptible to sprained ankle injury? Protect your ankles like the pros.

Don’t let badminton injuries halt your progression

Although badminton is a non-contact sport, those who regularly play badminton can still sustain some frustrating injuries. When playing badminton, you are required to frequently flick your wrist, lunge and change direction quickly, which can subsequently cause several overuse injuries. To support badminton players in reaching the top of the game, PhysioRoom offer the complete range of products to help in the prevention and rehabilitation of badminton-related injuries.

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