S/P Ankle Reconstruction

Reconstruction of these ligaments involves tightening or replacing them where they have become lax or ruptured. There are a number of different operations that may be used to reconstruct the ligaments. The purpose of the reconstruction is to regain the stability the ankle has lost while keeping as much mobility as possible.

  • Ankle instability
  • Pain in the ankle
  • Ankle swelling
  • Chronic medial or lateral ankle sprain
  • Acute medial or lateral ankle sprain
  • Direct blow
  • Rapid shifting movement with your foot planted
  • Period of immobilization
  • Massage to reduce swelling
  • Passive ROM, progress to active ROM
  • Non-weight bearing ankle and lower extremity strengthening
  • Progress to weight bearing ankle and lower extremity strengthening
  • Gait program
S/P Ankle Reconstruction Phase I

Purchase Phase

  • Weight Bearing Restrictions
  • DVT Clot Instructions
  • Crutch Walking
  • Crutch Transfer Bed
  • Straight Leg Raise
  • Clams
  • Big Toe Curls
  • Standing Hip Extension
  • Standing Hip Abduction
  • Stationary Bike

S/P Ankle Reconstruction Phase II

Purchase Phase

  • Slant Board Straight Knee
  • Slant Board Bent Knee
  • Sit On Feet
  • Passive Ankle Inversion
  • Passive Ankle Eversion
  • Foot Ankle Prevention Program Yoga
  • Heel Raises
  • Step Overs
  • Tri Planar Knee To Wall
  • Nose To Wall
  • Single Leg Balance Mase
  • Gait II

S/P Ankle Reconstruction Phase III

Purchase Phase

  • Single Leg Balance Mase
  • Step Overs In Mase
  • Heel Offs
  • Backwards Step Ups
  • Backwards Walking
  • Single Leg Squat And Touch
  • Single Leg Speed Skater
  • Stairmaster X 20 Minutes