Changes in active ankle dorsiflexion range of motion after acute inversion ankle sprain.

@article{Youdas2009ChangesIA,
  title={Changes in active ankle dorsiflexion range of motion after acute inversion ankle sprain.},
  author={James W. Youdas and Timothy J. Mclean and David A. Krause and John H. Hollman},
  journal={Journal of sport rehabilitation},
  year={2009},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={
          358-74
        }
}
CONTEXT Posterior calf stretching is believed to improve active ankle dorsiflexion range of motion (AADFROM) after acute ankle-inversion sprain. OBJECTIVE To describe AADFROM at baseline (postinjury) and at 2-wk time periods for 6 wk after acute inversion sprain. DESIGN Randomized trial. SETTING Sports clinic. PARTICIPANTS 11 men and 11 women (age range 11-54 y) with acute inversion sprain. INTERVENTION Standardized home exercise program for acute inversion sprain. MAIN OUTCOME… 

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