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Chronic Ankle Sprain and Instability

Chronic Ankle Sprain and Instability - Causes and Risk Factors

Chronic Ankle Sprain and Instability - Diagnosis

Chronic Ankle Sprain and Instability - Treatments

What we can do to help you?

A sports medicine physician can assess the ankle to establish an accurate diagnosis. Pain medications can be prescribed to help with pain and swelling. Physiotherapists can prescribe a full ankle training programme to strengthen the joint as well as neuromuscular re-education to reduce recurrent ankle sprains by improving proprioception.

  • Single leg mini squat
  • Bulgarian squat
  • Star excursion
  • Running man on trampoline
  • Lateral box jump
  • Step ups
  • Forward lunges
  • Single leg ½ squats
  • Single leg chair stands
  • A podiatrist may prescribe or recommend foot orthotics to increase foot stability and with difficult cases, surgery may also be considered.

Chronic Ankle Sprain and Instability - Preparing for surgery

Chronic Ankle Sprain and Instability - Post-surgery care

Chronic Ankle Sprain and Instability - Other Information

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