“Trampoline ankle” most often occurs when two or more people are jumping on a trampoline together.
When two people are bouncing out of sync, such that one person is falling while the trampoline bed is ascending, the forces on the body are dramatically increased. It is worse if the two individuals are different sizes. The impact can equal falling from a window onto solid ground.
This high-impact effect has caused serious growth plate injuries in children. More than a quarter of trampoline injuries resulting in broken bones.
This injury can occur on any type of trampoline: round backyard trampolines with safety netting and protective padding, competition-grade equipment, and the wall-to-wall kind found at trampoline parks.
If you or a loved one suffered a foot or ankle injury, please see us quickly at by scheduling an appointment today. Call (847) 675-3400 or go to www.skokiepodiatry.com/appointment.html
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