CLINICAL AND NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF DRY NEEDLING ON INDIVIDUALS WITH CHRONIC ANKLE INSTABILITY

Jennifer Mullins
Ankle sprains are generally considered innocuous injuries; however, as many as 74% of patients will develop chronic symptoms. 1-3 Chronic ankle instability (CAI) is defined by a history of ankle sprain accompanied by ongoing bouts of giving way, residual ankle sprain symptoms, and a decrease in patient-perceived function. As understanding of sensorimotor deficits in individuals with CAI have advanced, treatment strategies have evolved to include a robust focus on balance training to mitigate dynamic and...
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