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Old 07-02-2010, 10:40 AM   #1
Harry Munro
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Default I'm sick and tired of spraining my ankle.

Hello chaps,

I'm, sitting here with a bloody sore ankle having just turned it when breaking into a run in the garden. I turned it a couple of weeks ago and sprained it a bit, the pain was almost better when I did it again a week later. So this will be the third time I've re-turned my healing ankle. Note this was done barefoot this time so doesnt seem to matter if I'm wearing shoes or not.

I have a history of this injury, seem to do it every other rugby game as well in season (albeit not always as badly). This is inversion by the way.

Can anyone suggest any possible dysfunction that might be causing this?

Many thanks.
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