Bad news: Your neglected ankle injury will not get better

Ankle injury happens in all age groups, but most commonly in people who are physically active. For example, basketball, football and soccer players are especially prone to ankle injuries. It also more common among teenagers and people in their 20s and 30s.

In addition to all of that, reinjuries happen very often in individuals who has sustained a previous ankle injury. In fact, they are 3.5 times more likely to sprain their ankles again! Our therapists has seen individuals who sprained thier ankles 3 times in a span of 6 months, and each sprain is worse than the previous ones. Therefore, it is very important to understand your ankle injuries so that you can prevent them in the future!

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The Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics is finally here, after being postponed for a year. Although strict measures are required throughout the whole tournament, we can anticipate exciting performances from athletes from different nations across the 46 disciplines. It is already very exciting as we see young athletes emerging from the Covid-19 bubble and performing at their level best.

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Do you know about shoulder blade push-ups?

Following our previous post about scapula winging, we will be talking more about how to strengthen an important muscle of the shoulder region – the Serratus Anterior muscle.

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