Ankle Dorsiflexion Mobility


Restoring ankle dorsiflexion is important if you have knee pain, run, or work out regularly, or recovering from an ankle sprain. Here some great drills via Dr. Nicole Surdyka. Need help returning to running or sport? Contact us!

ANKLE DORSIFLEXION MOBILITY — One of the most important goals after an ankle sprain is to attain full ankle ROM again. Not achieving full ROM after an ankle sprain is one of the poor prognostic factors of delayed return to sport and reinjury. . Here are a few of my favorite ways to work ankle dorsiflexion ROM. I use some of these exercises usually during my warm up for leg days. I have also been doing back squats with a focus on driving my knees forward and pausing at the bottom to really load into ankle dorsiflexion. . Tag a friend/teammate/patient who could work on their ankle dorsiflexion mobility! . . . ————— If you want to learn more about how I work with soccer players and how we can best bring the soccer medicine research into the clinic and onto the field, register for Managing the [Un]Injured Soccer Player by clicking on the link in my bio! —————

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