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Chapter 12r: IASTM Techniques for Lower Body

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Ankle Conditions 1. Ankle Sprains Pathophysiology/Mechanism of Injury: Are typically as a result of direct trauma where 85-90% of all ankle sprains are lateral (inversion) ankle sprains. With lateral sprains, the foot is plantar flexed and inverted at the time of injury injuring the anterior talofibular ligament initially, with the calcaneofibular ligament and posterior talofibular […]