I don’t know about you, but I only believe that my sprained ankle is completely rehabbed when I can do everything that I did before the injury without pain or worrying about injuring that ankle again.

The more I sprained my ankles, the more stiffness developed in my joint and the more that resulted in additional and more severe sprains…it was a never ending, vicious circle that kept me on the sidelines a good part of my highschool and early college career.

I would just get the stiffness worked out doing normal rehab activities which lasted weeks and then I’d re-injure my ankle again.

It was only after I was introduced to a wobbleboard that I experienced true rehab of my sprained ankles. The wobbleboard allowed me to slowly and safely stretch my damaged/scared ligaments and tendons.

Because of the way the wobbleboard was built, I had the confidence that I could not damage my ankle any more and since the design integrated the full range of motion that an ankle could move in, I knew that if I was consistent in following my rehab program that I would see dramatic and total success.

I was fortunate enough to have a seasoned physical therapist show me exactly how to use a wobbleboard the proper way the first time I used it. If he hadn’t, I would not have done it properly.

Although using the wobbleboard is not difficult, it does require a little bit on instruction to make certain the results are ideal.

A customer of mine was not using the wobbleboard properly and it resulted in unbalanced rehab of his sprained ankle. He continued to have difficulty and pain while he was walking and especially when he was hitting a golf ball of the tee. He gave me a call and I talked him through the process…within 15 minutes he was already seeing dramatic improvement.

Because using the wobbleboard properly is so critical to success in rehabbing a sprained ankle, I have created a video that includes specific instructions on how to use the wobbleboard to get maximum results. You can get the video as part of my How to Heal Your Sprained Ankle in 7 Days or Less™ Program.

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