Ankle sprain and injuries are very common in sport or can occur with a sudden rolling or twisting of the ankle.
Treating and rehabilitating your foot after an ankle sprain is incredibly important.
However, so many people only seek help from a medical professional months after the injury, and it’s usually because they’ve injured themselves again on an already weakened structure, causing further damage.
Ankle instability or weakness can lead to chronic sprains and tearing of ligaments and tendons and lead to other injuries.
By using ankle taping techniques along with strength rehabilitation, you can protect and support your ankle without compromising performance and range of movement or reducing blood flow.
Using ankle taping techniques correctly can:
Check out this video on how you can quickly and easily tape your ankle using ROCKTAPE to prevent further injuries following an ankle sprain.
Have you used taping in the past for any injuries?
Which type of tape do you prefer, elastic or stiff?
Which techniques have you used that have helped you the most?
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