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One Leg Pillow Standing

One Leg Pillow Standing

  Technique: Stand with your affected leg on a pillow Hold this position for a count of 10 Repeat 10 times Repeat on opposite side   How Often? Twice daily...
Active Inversion and Eversion

Active Inversion and Eversion

Used as part of your treatment for an ankle sprain.   Technique: This exercise will mobilize the ankle ‘sideways’ and so starts to stress the damaged ligaments It should only...
Resisted Dorsiflexion

Resisted Dorsiflexion

Technique: • Using a rehabilitation band pull the foot and toes up against resistance and then down again • This is an important strengthening exercise; however it is important not...
Lunges

Lunges

  Although mainly a knee exercise, lunges can be used to improve the balance and strength at the ankle joint. Technique: Stand with the injured foot in front of the...
Ankle Raises

Ankle Raises

  Technique: • Begin by standing in front of a step or riser with feet shoulder width apart, facing forward • Step up onto the step with both feet, holding...
One Legged Squat

One Legged Squat

    Technique: Stand with arms on your hips or extended out in front Balance on one leg , with the opposite leg raised off the ground Squat down as...
Resisted Plantar Flexion with Band

Resisted Plantar Flexion with Band

  Technique: Loop a resistance band around the forefoot and hold onto the ends Point the foot away slowly allowing it to return to a resting position Aim for 10-20...
Active Plantar Flexion and Dorsiflexion

Active Plantar Flexion and Dorsiflexion

  Technique: • This exercise can be done in the early stages and will help prevent the ankle from seizing up • Simply pull the foot up as far as...
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