Is there “arthrogenic inhibition” of cutaneous reflexes in subjects with functional ankle instability?

@article{Duysens2013IsT,
  title={Is there “arthrogenic inhibition” of cutaneous reflexes in subjects with functional ankle instability?},
  author={Jacques Duysens and Wouter Hoogkamer and Oron Levin},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={124},
  pages={1264-1266}
}
It is estimated that about 25% of all sports-related injuries involve ankle sprain, including damage to the lateral ankle ligaments (Hume and Gerrard, 1998; Puffer, 2001). Furthermore, as much as 34% of people who experience an acute ankle sprain can expect to have another ankle sprain in the 3-year period following the first sprain (van Rijn et al., 2008). Initially it was thought that the recurrent injuries were simply due to the peripheral damage and mechanical instability (Hintermann, 1999… CONTINUE READING

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