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1

Lateral ankle sprains make up which proportion of ankle sprains?




2

Which of the following often refers to an impairment of the proprioception at the ankle joint?




3

Studies evaluating individuals with chronic lateral ankle instability have found that 




4

Which ankle sprain commonly has a return to play timeline of 2 – 4 weeks?




5

Research has shown that adequate prevention strategies through strength and conditioning may reduce the amount of ankle injuries by as much as




6

Due to a lack of range of motion being a risk factor for lateral ankle sprain, the authors recommend strength and conditioning practitioners focus on increasing the range of motion of which muscles?




7

________________________ exercises are those that are meant to improve dynamic and static movement control. 




8

Treatment for chronic lateral ankle instability that focuses on immobilization, physical therapy, and proprioceptive training, but not surgical intervention is most effective for those with which condition?




9

Strengthening programs in nonoperative treatment plans should begin with which type of muscle action?




10

Single-leg standing and the Star Excursion Balance Test can be used as methods to evaluate 




1

Lateral ankle sprains make up which proportion of ankle sprains?




2

Which of the following often refers to an impairment of the proprioception at the ankle joint?




3

Studies evaluating individuals with chronic lateral ankle instability have found that 




4

Which ankle sprain commonly has a return to play timeline of 2 – 4 weeks?




5

Research has shown that adequate prevention strategies through strength and conditioning may reduce the amount of ankle injuries by as much as




6

Due to a lack of range of motion being a risk factor for lateral ankle sprain, the authors recommend strength and conditioning practitioners focus on increasing the range of motion of which muscles?




7

________________________ exercises are those that are meant to improve dynamic and static movement control. 




8

Treatment for chronic lateral ankle instability that focuses on immobilization, physical therapy, and proprioceptive training, but not surgical intervention is most effective for those with which condition?




9

Strengthening programs in nonoperative treatment plans should begin with which type of muscle action?




10

Single-leg standing and the Star Excursion Balance Test can be used as methods to evaluate 




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