One of the most common injuries in just about every contact and collision sport is a sprained ankle. The athlete usually doesn’t need surgery, but he or she often misses weeks of playing.

If you could spend five minutes a day performing exercises to decrease your risk of suffering an ankle sprain, would you do it? Or would you encourage your children to do these programs?

In this video, I explain what these injury prevention programs entail and who could benefit.

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Exercises to prevent a sprained ankle