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PistolPete 04-25-2010 02:16 PM

Need help training with an injured ankle.
I rolled my ankle pretty bad about 6 weeks ago. It was just about all healed up and then a week and a half ago I got caught in a heel hook and I'm back to square one but a bit worse. I've been wrapping the ankle with a neoprene wrap which helps a bit but I don't think it is secure enough. I put Traumeel on it 3 times a day and it def. seems to be helping but I retwisted it this morning rolling. I was passing into side control on the top and when I thru my bottom leg through my ankle gave out and I was done.

Does anyone know of any rehab exercises that will help repair my ankle. The injury is on the outside of the ankle. Is there a way to wrap this or a product that will work that will help secure the ankle while I roll.

Would wrestling shoes help or hurt? I actually bought a pair but haven't used them.


marcthegame 04-28-2010 11:06 PM

Just rest and ice, try freezing a 2L pop bottle and rolling ur ankle under it. But rest it and make sure its heal before doing any mma.

ickoslash 01-14-2011 05:41 AM

ankle rehab

I've found this site, and maybe it may help you with your ankle. I suggest heal up the ankle first after that you can go back to training..

Good luck!

FGr1p63 01-27-2011 01:47 PM

Doing rehab exercises without professional advice may strain the muscles more. I suggest see physical therapist to advice on rehab exercises. You really wouldnt want to injure that ankle a third time do you? take a rest and let it heal.

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