Ankle pain may be brought on by a number of things because lots of the muscles within the ankle area go up into the knee area. Often tight calf muscles could cause ankle and knee pain.
My favorite exercise for this area is ankle pumps. It’s great for the ankle, knee, and lower leg. It also helps improve circulation within the legs. Watch more ankle pain relief videos:
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Best Ankle Pain Relief Exercise – Real-time Routine
00:00 – Ankle Pain Relief
00:57 – Ankle Pumps
03:04 – Wrap up
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