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  • What is a High Ankle Sprain?
    April 2, 2024 Imogen Allison

    What is a High Ankle Sprain?

    In the United States, about 2 million ankle sprains occur every year. (1) Additionally, half of those ankle sprains occur during sport participation! If you have ever played sports, then you are probably familiar with the term “ankle sprain.” Traditional...

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  • Ankle Impingement: Tips Tricks and Management
    December 19, 2023 Adey Saunderson

    Ankle Impingement: Tips Tricks and Management

    Ankle impingement is a common condition that affects individuals engaging in various physical activities, particularly athletes, and can significantly impede their performance. Understanding the mechanisms of injury leading to impingement, and effective early stage management strategies are critical for facilitating...

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  • High Ankle Sprains:  Mechanisms, Pathology and Recovery
    October 16, 2023 Adey Saunderson

    High Ankle Sprains: Mechanisms, Pathology and Recovery

    High ankle sprains, also known as syndesmotic sprains, pose unique challenges in the realm of sports medicine and physiotherapy. The syndesmosis is the joint between the tibia and the fibula and it is stabilised by a number of ligaments. When these ligaments...

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  • I Rolled my Ankle, is it broken?
    July 14, 2023 Adey Saunderson

    I Rolled my Ankle, is it broken?

    As a physiotherapist, it's important to be able to identify whether or not a patient or player, who may have rolled or sprained their ankle,  has a fracture or not. One effective way to do this is by using the...

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  • Ankle Sprain: Symptoms and Early Management
    March 24, 2023 Adey Saunderson

    Ankle Sprain: Symptoms and Early Management

    An ankle sprain of the anterior talofibular ligament (ATFL) is a common injury that occurs when the ligament on the front-outer side of the ankle is stretched or torn. The ATFL is one of the primary ligaments that helps stabilise...

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These articles has been written by Adey, 
RecoverFit Physiotherapist.

Adey Saunderson 


Having worked in professional sport for over 10 years, which included the Rugby Premership and The English Football League, Adey has a wealth of experience with dealing with injury and rehabilitation in the sports world. His desire, commitment, people skills and knowledge are why he has a great reputation in the clubs and teams he has been involved with. Alongside working for RecoverFit, Adey also works in the military as a physiotherapist. 

DISCLAIMER: The content provided in these articles is for informational purposes only and should not be considered medical advice. The advice and tips shared in these articles are not intended to replace professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read in these articles. The author and publisher of this blog are not responsible for any adverse effects or consequences resulting from the use of any suggestions, recommendations, or procedures described in these articles.