According to the International Ankle Consortium, a global group of researchers and clinicians who study ankle injuries, 55 percent of people who sprain an ankle never seek professional treatment in the aftermath of the injury. Yet the majority of ankle sprains are doomed to recur.
According to the International Ankle Consortium, a global group of researchers and clinicians who study ankle injuries, 55 percent of people who sprain an ankle never seek professional treatment in the aftermath of the injury. Yet the majority of ankle sprains are doomed to recur. Paul Rogers New York Times
According to the International Ankle Consortium, a global group of researchers and clinicians who study ankle injuries, 55 percent of people who sprain an ankle never seek professional treatment in the aftermath of the injury. Yet the majority of ankle sprains are doomed to recur. Paul Rogers New York Times

Learning to prevent ankle sprains

August 01, 2016 4:03 PM