Manual therapy added to proprioception and strengthening improves outcomes in ankle instability
Manual therapy in joint and nerve structures combined with exercises in the treatment of recurrent ankle sprains: A randomized, controlled trialMan Ther. 2016 Dec;26:141-149
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56 patients with chronic ankle instability were randomized to a 4-week program of proprioception and strengthening exercises, with or without the addition of manual therapy sessions (mobilization) during the program. Patients were followed up for visual analog scale (VAS) pain, the Cumberland Ankle Instability Tool, pressure-pain threshold at the anterior talofibular ligament, calcaneofibular liga...
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