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Ankle Sprain, strain and injury supports

A sprained ankle, also known as an twisted ankle, rolled ankle, floppy ankle, or just ankle injury, is a common injury where sprain occur on one or more ligaments of the ankle.  The risk of a sprain is greatest during activities that involve explosive side-to-side motion, such as squash, tennis or basketball. Sprained ankles can also occur during normal daily activities such as stepping off a curb or slipping on ice. Returning to activity before the ligaments have fully healed may cause them to heal in a stretched position, resulting in less stability at the ankle joint. This can lead to a condition known as Chronic Ankle Instability (CAI), and an increased risk of ankle sprains.  (Source: Wikipedia)

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