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Anterior Ankle Pain (Front) - Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

Pain at the front of the ankle is known as anterior ankle pain. It can be sudden onset (acute), for example, ankle sprains and fractures. Or it can develop gradually (chronic ankle pain) through overuse. Here we explain the causes of pain at the front of the ankle.

Posted: Saturday Apr 4, 2020

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ACL Rehab Protocol & Exercises - Pre & Post Reconstructive ...

Posted: (6 days ago) ACL rehab protocol is an outline of an anterior cruciate ligament sprain rehabilitation program. It consists of initial first aid, mobility, strength, balance, fitness and agility exercises both before and after reconstructive knee surgery.

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About Us - Sportsinjuryclinic.net

Posted: (6 days ago) Our mission since 2001 is to provide athletes, coaches and fitness enthusiasts with an extensive wealth of easily-accessible, free-to-view trusted sports injury information. Our Content Team. Mike Walden. Mike is a qualified Sports Injury Therapist, creator & CEO of Sportsinjuryclinic.net. Mike is a qualified and experienced Sports Therapist ...

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Rotator Cuff Strain Rehabilitation Program ...

Posted: (6 days ago) Maintaining fitness. Aerobic exercises such as running, cycling or stepping machines should be done to maintain fitness and also psychological well being. Use the opportunity to focus on other aspects of fitness such as agility, plyometric leg strength or flexibility.

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Cold Therapy P.R.I.C.E. Principles - First Aid for Sports ...

Posted: (3 days ago) Elevation of the injured limb is the final principle of cold therapy PRICE but is equally as important as the other 4. Elevation allows gravity to drain the fluid away from the injured site. This aids in decreasing the swelling which in turn may decrease the pain associated with oedema (swelling).

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Preventing Football Injuries (Soccer) - Sportsinjuryclinic.net

Posted: (13 days ago) Fitness. This includes general conditioning, aerobic fitness, and muscular strength. If you are in good condition then you are less likely to get injuries. Strong muscles are less likely to tear. A player that can keep going for the full 90 minutes is less likely to be late in a tackle.

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Plantar Fasciitis Rehabilitation Program ...

Posted: (6 days ago) Maintain fitness. Try to maintain fitness by swimming or cycling. Perhaps use the opportunity to work on upper body strength for a while or some other aspect of training. It is important to try to maintain some kind of training routine for mental health reasons. You are ready to move onto phase two when you can walk pain-free in the mornings.

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5 Benefits of a Sauna After Exercise - Sportsinjuryclinic.net

Posted: (10 days ago) Although the benefits of regular exercise and fitness far outweigh this reactive free-radical production, the detoxification effect of sauna use makes it another beneficial incentive for sporty individuals. As saunas enhance circulation to the surface of the skin, this encourages the body’s natural detoxification process and oxidative by ...

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Groin Strain Rehabilitation Program - Treatment & Healing

Posted: (6 days ago) Phase 3 – Return to full fitness. This phase aims to take the athlete gradually back to full fitness and should be maintained until all stretching and strengthening exercises have been completed. The focus here is on heat to stimulate blood flow and relax the muscle fibres.

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Thigh Strain Diagnosis & Assessment - Sportsinjuryclinic.net

Posted: (6 days ago) Mike is a qualified Sports Injury Therapist, creator & CEO of Sportsinjuryclinic.net. Mike has a degree in Physical Education, Sports Science and Physics, a Diploma in Fitness Training & Sports Therapy and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education with Qualified Teacher Status.

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Peroneus Brevis Injury Rehabilitation - Sportsinjuryclinic.net

Posted: (4 days ago) Return to full fitness. When you comfortably do all of the Peroneus brevis injury rehabilitation exercises above and you have progressed through specific ankle and wobble board exercises, then you are ready to begin to return to normal training. Begin running as long as it is not painful.

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