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Why Is Ankle Mobility Important Following Lateral Ankle Sprains?

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This is a well developed project that should help identify the significance of limited ankle motion on movement mechanics. Ankle instability is a multifactorial problem, and limited mobility may play a larger role in muscle function, dynamic joint stability, and altered movement. This project is well designed, and it has the potential to provide essential information about the role of limited ankle motion in perpetuating ankle instability.

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