Tag Archives: ankle

En Pointe Readiness and Injury Prevention for Dancers

Lynn Batalden, DPT, OCS, is back on point helping dancers avoid injury en pointe (dancing on their toes). Back in May, Lynn did a survey of research to discover the answer to the question “When are young ballet dancers ready …
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Injury Prevention for Runners

Whether or not you are an avid runner, you probably know running is a great form of exercise that is both easy and accessible. Some delve deep into the competitive/training aspect of running while for others running simply offers a …
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Bringing the Ankle to Heal

Ankle sprain is an incredibly common injury that most people allow to heal on its own.  In over 800,000 patients who reported for assessment of lateral ankle sprain, only 11% had rehabilitation codes associated with them (2016). So is ankle …
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