of a cliniband (Get from your physio) and do exercises with that to strength up your muscles. Rachy, the pain starts in my bum and goes half way to my knee. I have had my back checked and have also got a cliniband. Physio said not to stretch too much
you are absolutely right: you do need to strengthen and re-educate the ankle.Get hold of a latex rubber strip usually called a cliniband or dynaband which you can use to strengthen the calf. Try sitting on the floor with your leg straight
get around without too much pain. Once the pain from walking had eased I got some cliniband and started exercising against the resistance - i'm sure you'll find exercises online but give me a shout if not and I'll tell you what I did. The other thing
feet etc. You cal also use a cliniband to hook around the foot and pull in and out forwards and back. Once you can toe raise on one foot you need to progress to 2 foot jumps and hopping use a square and go forwards back and side to side plus diagonally
of the tension - stay away form the bone and acute pain though, and ice is good after this. You can do some cliniband exercises to strengthen the foot muscles pulling the foot in and out against the resistance of the band.Lastly make sure your trainers
upward with some resistance (a cliniband round the top of the foot with the other end round a table leg while sat on the floor). Other exercises need to be done to work all the muscle groups in the leg to avoid imbalances. You really need to rest until
Hello Next Thursday (Feb 14) at 1pm, ASICS Pro Team Physiotherapist Sarah Connors will be joining us for a Q&A on injury prevention ahead of the high mileage weeks coming up in Spring mararthon training. Join us here next week, or post your questions for Sarah in advance below. F...
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