What is Ankle instability?
Ankle sprains are noted to be one of the most common musculoskeletal treatments that are treated. Chronic ankle instability develops after repeated ankle sprains. It is a condition that incorporates persistent pain, recurrent sprains and repeated instances of giving away, which may lead to osteoarthritis. Giving away usually occurs while walking or doing other physical activities. Muscle weakness, static alignment, ligamentous injury and poor proprioception contribute to this condition. If untreated, ankle instability decreases someone’s level of body functionality and quality of life. It may lead to arthritis and chronic pain.