Ankle stability is provided by a combination of active (muscles and nerves) and passive subsystem structures (ligaments) working together to maintain the alignment of the associated bones (tibia and talus). If stability is compromised, such as in an ankle sprain, peripheral joint structures may be injured. In the majority of cases, these types of situations result in the injury of the lateral ankle ligaments. However, other ligaments, tendons and bones can be disrupted depending on the direction and magnitude of the load that is incurred by the joint.
Performing exercises like the ones shown in this program can help reduce the risk of suffering an injury associated with a loss of stability, like an ankle sprain.
Disclaimer: Dr. Tom Walters and Rehab Science recommend that you speak with your doctor or physical therapist before participating in this rehab program. The videos in this program are intended for educational and entertainment purposes only. No information in the program videos is to be taken as medical or health advice. You agree, upon purchase, to release Dr. Tom Walters and Rehab Science of any and all liability and responsibility from any and all losses, liabilities, injuries, or damages. You agree to use this program at your own risk. Seek medical advice if you have any concerns about your individual needs.
Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.