FOOT + ANKLE BLOG

Ankle mobility generally refers to the range of motion, or lack thereof, of the ankle joint. It is usually tested actively (the body performing its own movements) or passively (an outside force, such as a therapist, testing the movement on the test subject).  Two major ranges that are often tested

If you have ever spent any time with toddlers or young children, you will in no way question that kids are squatting champions! They can sit in a deep squat position while zooming cars around a track or caring for their doll. Then, without a bat of their eye, they

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