Re: formerly broken ankle

hi amakiasu! its better for you to go to your doctor and ask for a referral to a physical therapist. Your just having the usual implication of having your foot immobile for sometime that cause your foot to be stiff and your foot and leg muscles to be weak also. Its better that your PT to check your foot and give you flexibility and strengthening exercises that can eliminate the pain that you feel and return to your previous life there.

Posted By Painkiller 2010 on April 27, 2010 at 18:02:50:

In Reply to: formerly broken ankle posted by Amakiasu on February 24, 2010 at 20:59:49:

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Malleoloc for lateral ankle instability - Designed to prevent inversion and eversion, Malleoloc does not restrict plantar and dorsiflexion. Lightweight and streamlined. Excellent for sports use. Easily fits in shoe.

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