Ankle Pain Archives

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An ankle sprain can be a painful injury, but you can take an active part in rehabbing it through exercise. This About.com video will show you five great exer…

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The most effective way to rehab a sprained ankle is to do weight bearing exercises.

According to the video above, you need to do 5 exercises to rehab a sprained ankle. None of them replicates the exact way that a person walks.

Would you rather do 1 exercise that accomplishes everything listed in the video, but while bearing your own weight?

Our sprained ankle rehab program discussed on www.fastrehab.com shows you exactly how to do this exercise and the equipment needed to accomplish it.

How to Treat a Sprained Ankle

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Ankle sprains are common injuries for athletes and can put one on the sidelines for extended periods. Learn how to treat sports injuries in this video on health and rehab.

Not only are ankle sprains common injuries, they are the most common injury that emergency rooms see each year.

What is more disturbing is that ER statistics show a person who suffers from a sprained ankle is 78% likely to return within 12 months with a more serious ankle sprain. The reason for these return visits is that virtually nobody does any proper rehab of their sprained ankle after they start to feel better.

The result is weak ankles, loose ligaments and scar tissue that restricts movement which causes stiffness. Another part of the ankle rehab process is repairing the proprioceptors in your foot. These small sensors tell your brain the exact position your foot is in. When you injured your ankle, these sensors became damaged and no longer are accurate in reporting the position of your foot.

These sensors are so sensitive that they can detect a difference in position as small as 1/32 of an inch or the thickness of a sheet of paper.

If your foot is off as little as 1/16 of an inch, you can roll your ankle and re-injure it.

Make sure that whatever you do, you follow a ankle rehab program that not only strengthens the muscles that support the ankle, and restores range of motion, but also that re-calibrates the sensors in your foot so they report your foot position accurately to your brain.

Ankle Sprains Part 1: Anatomy

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Dr. Emil DiIorio takes a close look at the anatomy of your ankle. He draws the “parts list” of the ankle to give you a better understanding of how this common injury occurs. Learn what mechanism of injury most commonly causes an ankle sprain and which liagments are injured most frequently. Part 1 of 3 Watch Part 2 next — Discover what the symptoms of an ankle sprain and how they are evaluated. www.coordinatedhealth.com (877) 247-8080 For more information, email: [email protected]

Doctors tend to complicate simple situations. This explanation is clear and to the point. It will give you a little insight about what happened when you injured your ankle.

Once you know what you did and what the injury looks like you’ll understand how important it is NOT to just let your ankle heal itself.

You need to follow a proven sprained ankle rehab program that gets results fast.

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