An ankle sprain is a stretch or tear in one or more of the lateral (outside) ligaments of the ankle.
The very common ankle sprain can be more complex than you think and requires proper management to ensure a full recovery.
The following leaflet outlines what you should do immediately after you sprain your ankle.
Further leaflets in the series outline exercises you can do to help in the longer term rehabilitation of the injury.
Here is also a rehabilitation programme for sprained ankles.
|Ankle Sprain Rehabilitation (phase 1) [Exercise Handout].pdf||207.12 KB|
|Ankle Sprain Rehabilitation (phase 2) [Exercise Handout].pdf||204.93 KB|
|Ankle Sprain Rehabilitation (phase 3) [Exercise Handout].pdf||213.3 KB|
|ankle injury advice.pdf||450.74 KB|
|ankle injury football.pdf||311.49 KB|
|ANKLE SPRAINS IN RUGBY.pdf||209.06 KB|
|SYNDESMOSIS INJURY (HIGH ANKLE SPRAIN).pdf||271.95 KB|