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Ankle Recovery Program

What is the Ankle recovery Program?

The Ankle Recovery Program is a structured exercise program designed for patients over the age of eight who have sustained ankle injuries.

The program is intended to guide patients through a series of exercises that aim to improve ankle range of motion, restore function, and promote recovery.

The program consists of three key steps.

The first step is to evaluate your ankle range of motion to determine the extent of your injury.

The second step is to conduct a functional system test to assess any limitations or issues that may be affecting your ankle. This helps to identify specific areas that require attention and rehabilitation.

Finally, the program provides a series of exercise routines that are tailored to your individual needs.

These exercises are designed to help you strengthen the muscles and tissues around the ankle joint, increase mobility, and reduce the risk of re-injury.

The exercises are guided by a professional and are specifically chosen to support the recovery process and improve your overall ankle health.

If you have sustained an ankle injury and would like to learn more about the Ankle Recovery Program, please contact us. We are here to help you get back on your feet and on the road to recovery.

The Ankle Recovery Program consists of what?

The Ankle Recovery Program is a structured exercise program designed to aid in the recovery process for individuals who have sustained ankle injuries.

The program consists of four main components:

  1. Functional Assessment: This includes two steps, the knee to wall range of movement and single leg balance or proprioception. These steps help to evaluate the patient's ankle function and identify any areas of concern.

  2. Flexibility: This component involves four steps that focus on ankle range of motion and stretching exercises for the hamstrings, calf muscles, and dorsiflexion.

  3. Strength: The strength component involves three steps, including ankle four-way exercises, seated heel raises, and an exercise strength routine. These exercises are designed to increase muscle strength and support the ankle joint.

  4. Balance: This component includes one step, the one-leg stand, which helps to improve balance and stability.

The program is delivered online and provides patients with a simple guide to performing the movements necessary to increase stability and muscle strength. By following the program, patients can improve their ankle function, reduce the risk of re-injury, and ultimately, return to their normal daily activities.

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