By Stephanie BuellPublished Mar 25, 2018 12:54:20After a season full of ankle sprains and ACL tears, it can be hard to keep the ankle joint healthy.
The best exercises to keep you feeling well are ankle spasming exercises and calf strengthening exercises.
If you have a sprained ankle, you should be able to recover from your injury, but it may take a little time.
That’s why it’s important to get some ankle strengthening exercises before you return to play.
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If your ankle is damaged, you’ll need to get a brace or cast.
These can be found at your local sporting goods store or online.
They are inexpensive and offer good support for your ankle.
Another good option is a brace.
A brace is a device that can be worn on the outside of your ankle to keep it from sliding or twisting.
A few different types of brace are available, but the most popular is a full ankle sling brace.
These straps are made of a durable, elastic material that keeps your ankle from slipping or twisting in your ankle brace.
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The ankle spasms, calf injuries, and sprains can be a scary time for any athlete.
These injuries can be devastating, so it’s helpful to take some time to get healthy.
That means going for a walk every day, getting a few extra sets of calf and ankle strengthening activities, and getting some ankle rest.
For example, if you were injured last year, it’s likely that you’ll have to start walking again, but don’t be discouraged if you can’t keep up with your recovery.
You still have the potential to recover quickly, and you’ll probably be better able to play in 2018.
Be sure to follow the ABC News ankle health newsletter for updates on how to keep yourself healthy.