Ankle Pain, Ankle Sprain Videos

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One Legged Squat
This exercise is deceptively simple. It is called the one legged squat and the key of the exercise is, you[...]
Ankle Sprain: Strengthening Stabilizer Muscles
It’s generally good to get your ankle moving after you’ve sprained it. How much time you wait depends on whether[...]
Ankle Sprain: Squat Clock Reaches
Start with nice tall posture and engage your core muscles below the belly button by drawing the lower ab muscles[...]
Ankle Sprain: Wall Squat Core Activation
This exercise can help with the retraining of the core stability, hip, leg and ankle muscles after an acute ankle[...]
Ankle Sprain: Lunge Squats
It’s important to retrain the push off dynamic strength in your core stability and lower quadrant after an ankle sprain.[...]
Ankle Injuries & Ankle Sprains: 1 Legged Squat
The one-legged squat is an excellent exercise after injuring your ankle from a ligament sprain. It works your quad, posterior[...]
Ankle Sprains – 4 Point Star Balance
This exercise retrains your balance, strength and proprioception and will help you regain functional mobility faster after an ankle sprain.[...]
Ankle Injuries: Strengthening After A Sprain
This exercise is great for strengthening your injured ankle and retraining important muscle activation patterns on the injured side. Use[...]

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