Physical Therapy for Ankle Impingement – Information, Exercises, and More
You don’t have to be an athlete to experience ankle impingement. While it’s more common amongst gymnasts, runners, and dancers, anyone performing repetitive tasks such as squatting or descending stairs is susceptible.
If you’re experiencing posterior or anterior ankle pain, you may wonder if physical therapy for ankle impingement will help. If so, what’s involved?
Luckily, the physical therapists at In Motion O.C. have treated many patients with ankle impingement. Here’s our advice for you.
- What Is Ankle Impingement?
- What Causes Ankle Impingement?
- Ankle Impingement Symptoms
- Anterior Ankle Impingement Symptoms
- Posterior Ankle Impingement Symptoms
- Physical Therapy for Ankle Impingement – Will PT Help Me?
- Ankle Impingement Treatment
- Pain Management
- Balance Exercises
- Range-of-Motion Exercises
- Muscle-Strengthening Exercises
- Functional Training
- Physical Therapy Exercises for Ankle Impingement
- Range-of-Motion: Standing Calf Stretch
- Strengthening: Ankle Plantarflexion
- Balance: Single-Leg Balance
- Functional: Single-Leg Deadlift
- How In Motion O.C. Can Help With Ankle Impingement