Ankle Sprain Early Rehab Program
Online Program to Improve & Optimize Your Foot & Ankle Health
OPTIMIZE Foot/Ankle Health
Ankle sprains are the most common lower extremity injury that occurs in basketball. ONLY 55% of athletes seek out advice from a health care provider on proper rehab. As a result, ankle sprains may lead chronic instability and prolonged issues for up to 3 years! Take care of your ankle TODAY!
What is the Program?
The Ankle Sprain Early Rehab Program was developed by doctors of physical therapy and movement specialists that have treated countless athletes following an ankle sprain. The program was developed to help people get on track following an ankle sprain, especially people who don’t know where to start.
It is an easy to follow, step-by-step, program to improve the health of your foot and ankle while optimizing your overall function. The program will teach you how to regain your mobility, while building a strong and stable foundation in your foot and ankle. to be able to return to everyday living and sports.
Ultimately, our aspiration and program is designed to return to your prior level of function, help you perform at your best, and diminish your risk of another injury!
- 4-Week Program; 5 Training Days per Week
- 100+ Detailed Step-By-Step Video Exercises
- Bonus Week (Week 0) For Recent (<5 Days) Ankle Sprains
- PDF Resources to Help Keep You On Track
- Lifetime Access
Check Out These Sample Videos
3D Calf Stretch
Ankle Clocks on Air-Ex
Single Leg RDL on Unstable Surface
Who is this Program for?
Athletes rehabbing from a recent or past lateral ankle sprain.
Players with a history of ankle injury were 4.9 times more likely to sustain an ankle injury.
Repeated ankle sprains, recurrent bouts of instability, and residual symptoms from an ankle sprain are precursor signs and symptoms consistent with chronic ankle instability.
Chronic ankle instability has been associated with decreased quality of life and may lead to post traumatic ankle osteoarthritis.
Proactive Athletes wanting to prevent a future ankle sprain.
Players who did not stretch were 2.7 times more likely to injure an ankle than players who did stretch.
If you have an anterior right/left reach distance discrepancy greater than 4 cm, you are 2.5 times more likely to sustain an injury.
53.7% of total time missed due to a basketball injury was from an ankle injury.
Being available to play and showcase yourself to scouts, could be the difference of making it to the next level or not
What Our Community is Saying:
Built on Research & Expertise
Exercise selection and prescription backed by scientific evidence
- Sorted though hundreds of research papers: systematic reviews and randomized controlled studies
- Complied the most relevant information
Over 15-years of combined Physical Therapy clinical experience
- Doctors of Physical Therapy
- National Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
- Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist
- Worked with athletes of all skill levels: Professional To Youth
- Graduated from the #1 Ranked Physical Therapy School in the Nation: University of Southern California
Successful stories from countless of athletes
Frequently Asked Questions
The Ankle Sprain Early Rehab Program is great for any basketball player or person of all ages that has had a recent ankle sprain. It is also great for any athlete or person who wants to build a strong foundation in their foot and ankle to optimize their own function. We make it easy for you to take care of your ankle at home or at a gym and decrease your risk of having another ankle sprain.
No. The program is suitable for any athlete or person, who has sprained their ankle or wants to optimize their foot and ankle health! The program built more specifically for jumping athletes, such as basketball and volleyball.
As Doctors of Physical Therapy, we have seen countless number of clients and athletes that have come to our practice or reached out online with ankle and foot injuries in the past several years, with lateral ankle sprains being the most common. Using the latest evidence based research and years of our clinical experience we have designed an effective Ankle Sprain Early Rehab Program that anyone can follow with little equipment.
- You should have learned how to optimize your foot and ankle mobility, motor control, strength, and stability.
- Improve overall function of your foot & ankle following an ankle sprain.
- Utilize the objective measurements provided to track your progress and overall improvement.
The Ankle Sprain Early Rehab Program includes exercise videos with verbal and written instructions of over 100 videos. Each exercise provides you with details regarding how to perform it, where you should be feeling it, and common compensations to avoid. We also tell you exactly how many reps, sets and rest period should be done per exercise.
The program will take you through a perfect step-by-step progression of foot and ankle exercises to help you rehab your ankle. These exercises will focus on progressing your strength, mobility and stability.
The Ankle Sprain Early Rehab Program is a total of 4 weeks. Each weeks consists of 5 training days, with 3 days being your big rehab days (45-60 minutes) and the other two days being shorter (30-40 minutes) that are focused on different goals.
We added a bonus week (Week 0) for those who had a very recent ankle sprain (<5 days ago) that guides you into beginning the full program!
Once you have purchased it, you can start right away!
You will receive an email showing you how to sign in and get started right away. After signing into The Basketball Doctors App, the program can be used via our Basketball Docs app on your iPhone, Android, computer, iPad or whichever device that is compatible with our app.
The program can be accessed on the web/desktop, but is designed optimally on The Basketball Doctors Application.
We suggest starting “Week 1” after you allowed your ankle to heal for 5-7 days following a recent/acute ankle sprain, or anytime after that. However, like we mentioned, we added a bonus week “Week 0” to accommodate those who had an ankle sprain within the last 5-7 days and are looking for rehab guidance.