Volleyball may be a mostly non-contact sport, but that doesn't mean its players aren't at extreme risk for a plethora of injuries.
Due to the constant swift movements, as well as the often awkward landings and slides, players can incur a game-changing injury in mere seconds. Once these injuries occur, it's not unusual for surgery or extensive periods of rehabilitation to take place, removing the player from the game for extended periods of time or indefinitely.
Once an injury has occurred, it is not uncommon for it to reoccur in the future. The location of the injury becomes vulnerable and the player needs to take extra precautions to ensure there is not a repeat situation.