Re: sprained ankle

I work with injured troops and find that there are a lot of injured ankles. I have found that they return to normal duties by restricting the running and jumping initially and I have them perform single leg stance activities on secure surfaces and unstable surfaces. Try that.

Posted By J P on July 06, 2007 at 13:47:19:

In Reply to: Re: sprained ankle posted by M Scott PT on June 27, 2007 at 23:08:10:

Inflated aircells offer comfort and graduated compression with its therapeutic benefits. Worn with a laced shoe, the Air-Stirrup restricts inversion/eversion and permits normal flexion.

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