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4 Week 
Ankle Sprain Rehab Program

This 4 week online Lower Extremity Group (LEG) rehabilitation program will inform and help guide you through this troublesome time. 

Designed by a Podiatrist with over 20 years of experience in Ankle rehabilitation.  

This rehab guide gives you 4 complete weeks of progressive evidence-based rehabilitation for the treatment and management of your Ankle Sprain.

Let us help you today and in the future with your ankle injury.

What do you receive? 

Your evidence-based daily Ankle Sprain management program is very easy for you to follow and includes 28 days of;

  • Progressive neuromuscular isometric, concentric, and eccentric strengthening exercises 

  • Passive and dynamic stretching exercises

  • ​Myofascial massage exercises

  • Plus more


Our experienced therapists have taken these technical modalities and simplified them into easy to watch videos for you to follow. ​

What is an Ankle Sprain? 

  • The ankle joint has 3 ligaments on the outside and 5 ligaments on the inside which help to connect the bones that form the ankle together.

  • The ligaments on the inside of the ankle are typically very strong and hard to injure, whilst the ligaments on the inside are commonly injured in over 95% of ankle injury's reported

  • An ankle sprain is an injury to one or more ligaments in the ankle, usually on the outside of the ankle. Ligaments are bands of tissue like rubber bands—that connect one bone to another and bind the joints together. In the ankle joint, ligaments provide stability by limiting side-to-side movement.

How is it commonly injured? 

  • Sprained ankles often result from a fall, a sudden twist or a blow that forces the ankle joint out of its normal position.

  • Ankle sprains commonly occur while participating in sports, wearing inappropriate shoes or walking or running on an uneven surface.

  • Ankle sprains are one of the most common injuries to the lower leg.

Signs and Symptoms of this injury

  • The classification for ligament injury is quite standardised:

    • Grade 1: Slight tear

    • Grade 2: Moderate tear

    • Grade 3: Complete rupture

  • Signs and symptoms will vary depending on the grade of injury but are generally associated with swelling and bruising where the ligament has been injured as well as instability and a decrease in range of motion.​

Designed by an experienced Podiatrist and Physiotherapists with over 50 years combined experience treating Ankle Sprains

Ankle Sprain Rehab guide is available in our members section

Are you suffering instability in your ankle? 

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