Ankle plantar flexion is an easy option to exercise your ankle after an ankle injury like a sprain or strain. Watch more Ask Doctor Jo videos featuring full routines for common injuries and syndromes at
To perform ankle plantar flexion:
1. Together with your legs out in front of you, place a roll slightly below your ankle so your heel can move freely.
2. Attempting to keep your leg straight, push your foot down like you’re pushing on a peddle, after which back up.
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