Do you know the most common injuries in snowboard

Injury prevention training reduces the risk of injury, increases your physical fitness, and helps to speed up the return to sport process after injury.

80-90% of all injuries in snowboard are caused by a fall. They can happen on the slope or after landing from different elements (rails, boxes) or jumps.

Injuries to the lower extremities tend to occur in skilled snowboarders because they often take bigger risks with high speeds and large jumps. Knee injuries are particularly common.

Wrist and head injuries are more common in less experiences snowboarders. These injuries can potentially be prevented by using protective equipment such as helmets, wrist supports and braces.

Common injuries

  • Concussion
  • ACL injury
  • Meniscal injury
  • Sprained wrist
  • Hand fracture