Manual therapy in joint and nerve structures combined with exercises in the treatment of recurrent ankle sprains: A randomized, controlled trial.

@article{PlazaManzano2016ManualTI,
  title={Manual therapy in joint and nerve structures combined with exercises in the treatment of recurrent ankle sprains: A randomized, controlled trial.},
  author={Gustavo Plaza-Manzano and Marta Vergara-Vila and Sandra Val-Otero and Cristina Rivera-Prieto and Daniel Pecos-Mart{\'i}n and Tom{\'a}s Gallego-Izquierdo and Alejandro Ferragut-Garc{\'i}as and Natalia Romero-Franco},
  journal={Manual therapy},
  year={2016},
  volume={26},
  pages={141-149}
}
BACKGROUND Recurrent ankle sprains often involve residual symptoms for which subjects often perform proprioceptive or/and strengthening exercises. However, the effectiveness of mobilization to influence important nerve structures due to its anatomical distribution like tibial and peroneal nerves is unclear. OBJETIVES To analyze the effects of proprioceptive/strengthening exercises versus the same exercises and manual therapy including mobilizations to influence joint and nerve structures in… CONTINUE READING
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