About Lateral Ligament Sprains
Limp In Leap Out Physiotherapy & Wellness in Belfield provides servicing to many near by Inner West suburbs including Belmore, Strathfield and Croydon park. See below some general information regarding a condition we can treat.
At Limp In Leap Out Physiotherapy, the lateral ligament of the ankle is one that is commonly sprained during sports such as netball, basketball and football. The lateral ligament of the ankle, the Anterior Talofibular Ligament (ATFL), is responsible for assisting the stability of the ankle and by resisting the inversion movement of the ankle. Naturally, the ATFL can be injured with a rolling in movement of the ankle.