08/04/2013 at 7:55 pm #70389Grant Jones
My ankles click a lot. When I rotate them, spin them in circles or even something as normal as moving in and out of flexion.Here are some facts:It does not happen when I walk. It seems to be only happen when I move outside of that ‘normal’ range.I ran forever. On my heels. I know — bad me. Because of this my calves are very tight.Speaking of tight.. you could bounce a quarter off my hammies. I’m a good 6-8 inches off of the ground when I try to touch my toesWould love some help! Please discuss.
08/04/2013 at 11:46 pm #72556Anonymous
Sounds like you are missing ankle rom
Squat Quick Test: Is it your Ankles or Hips?
Case Study: Tight Ankles = Bad Squatting
Episode 141: Professional Ballet Dancer Calves and Ankles
Episode 54: Pinchy Ankles and Weak Feet
Free Your Heel, Free Your Mind
Ankle Positional Fault Fix: Jill Miller Style
Introducing the Bone Saw: Calf Smash Redux
Episode 303: It’s Not Rocket Science, It is the NASA Calf Game
Episode 237: Heel Cord Love
Episode 194: Why Do You Hate Your Calfs?
Episode 163: Knee/Ankle/Achilles Issues? Active Tack and Stretch
Episode 84: Calf Blaster Does Sound Cooler Than Dorsiflexion Blaster
High Hamstring Gnar, Trigger Points, and Up Stream/Down Stream
Athlete’s ROM: Full Posterior Chain- Are You Dysnormal?
Episode 354: Make Your Own Super Floss/High Hamstring & Hip Gnar Gnar
Episode 337: Long Ruck Feet Or Ultra Marathon Feet?
Episode 302: High Hamstring Tear
Episode 272: TJ Murphy Edition and Hamstring Stiffness
Episode 184: Olympian Disco Pain Ball +Hamstrings
08/06/2013 at 6:59 pm #72564
Sounds like Peroneal Tendon Subluxation. Which is the moving of your peroneal tendons over the lateral malleoues. I developed this after a bad ankle sprain playing soccer. I tried conserative treatment i was put in a splint for a month, followed by a walking boot and a month of PT. I can through my day fine but any high impact activity still causes it to sublux. So im getting ankle surgery on the 20th of august to correct the condition. Some people are more prone to developing this after a bad sprain if the fibular groove is too shallow such as mine. The surgey consist of deepening the groove and thightening the recticulum which can be torn during a sprain. Anyways i hope this helps. Goodluck.
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