Ankle ligament injury

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Ankle PreHab Speed and Agility both rely on the Ankles! So, if you're out playing some tennis, soccer, basketball, running or just even doing some serious weightlifting, put some love into your training program with this Ankle PreHab routine. Start with some soft tissue therapy on both the foot and the calf, if not the entire body. Next, work to improve your mobility and increase the Range of Motion of the foot and ankle with these PNF stretches and exercises. Then fire up your neuromuscular con Yoga, Stability Exercises, Ankle Mobility, Foot Exercises
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Ankle PreHab Speed and Agility both rely on the Ankles! So, if you're out playing some tennis, soccer, basketball, running or just even doing some serious weightlifting, put some love into your training program with this Ankle PreHab routine. Start with some soft tissue therapy on both the foot and the calf, if not the entire body. Next, work to improve your mobility and increase the Range of Motion of the foot and ankle with these PNF stretches and exercises. Then fire up your neuromuscular con
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Ankle Ligament Injuries
The joint where tibia, fibula, and talus meets is termed as ankle joint. Tendons and ligaments keep the bones in place and helps in movement. When damage to these bones, tendons or ligaments occur, various ankle ligament injuries arises based on the severity and position of damage. Injuries that are discussed in this V-Learning™ lecture include ankle sprains, acute injury of lateral ligaments, recurrent lateral instability, deltoid ligament tears, and tears of inferior tibiofibular ligaments.