In this study, the authors key recommendations are that, “Ankle sprains are often erroneously deemed as an innocuous injury and many individuals do not seek appropriate care. However, evidence clearly shows a high prevalence of CAI and long-term negative consequences among those whom have sustained a lateral ankle sprain. Therefore, it is important to have proper treatment to prevent the development of CAI and ankle PTOA after you have sustained a lateral ankle sprain.”
Early Cartilage Degenerative Changes in Individuals with Chronic Ankle Instability
Ensuring proper mobility and balance control are restored after even “minor” ankle sprains is important. The Movement Efficiency Screen provides a standardized approach to identify the key movement faults to focus on. The programming is then automated to your individualized deficits.