Changes in joint position sense after conservatively treated chronic lateral ankle instability

@article{Kynsburg2006ChangesIJ,
  title={Changes in joint position sense after conservatively treated chronic lateral ankle instability},
  author={{\'A}. Kynsburg and T. Halasi and A. T{\'a}llay and I. Berkes},
  journal={Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy},
  year={2006},
  volume={14},
  pages={1299-1306}
}
Improvement of ankle proprioception through physiotherapy (a.k.a. proprioceptive training) is a widely accepted conservative treatment modality of chronic functional lateral ankle instability. Clinical studies provided controversial data on its proprioceptive effect. Aim of this study was to gain evidence on the efficacy of proprioceptive training on ankle joint position sense. Ten patients (five males and five females, aged 23.3±5.4 years) were treated conservatively for chronic lateral ankle… Expand

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