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Rehabilitation is key to a successful return to sport following an ankle sprain or surgery. Many individuals pass off an ankle sprain as a minor injury, but they'll often repeatedly go over on their ankle afterwards. This can lead to chronic ankle instability, ligament laxity & bony-cartilage issues. Being a Specialised Ankle Rehab Clinic in South Dublin, we are here to thoroughly assess your ankle injury, guiding you back to your sport or recreational activity.
Of People Develop Chronic Ankle Instability Within 1 Year Of Their 1st Sprain
Ankle & Knee Sprains Are The Most Common Injuries In Female Basketball
Lower Limb Injuries Are The Most Common Injuries In Both Male & Female Adolescent Soccer Players
Foot & Ankle Injuries Account For 38% Of All Injuries In U-18 Basketball Players
An Ankle Sprain Is Rarely A Simple Injury.
Get It Assessed Today!
Whether you've recently sprained your ankle or you're dealing with an old injury, your end goals are to reduce your pain and return to your previous level of sport or activity.
If for whatever reason you're not back playing sport, or you're still having issues with pain or running, we can help. We provide pain relief & we'll identify what you need to do, to get back to sport.
Drop us an email or phone call to discuss your specific circumstances. We will happily advise you on what you need to do.
Ankle Rehab : The 5 Phases
Our ankle rehab process involves 5 distinct phases. The work completed in each phase helps to prepare the individual for the next phase. You cannot skip phases!
Ankle rehabilitation is criteria-driven, not time-driven. This means that you will work towards meeting specific targets in each phase. If you don't put in the work in one phase, you will not be ready or able to move to the next. This process is proven to work and it ensures that we leave no stone unturned & that nothing gets missed during your rehabilitation.
We understand that being injured can be tough. There will be challenging periods throughout rehab, but we are here to guide you the entire way. Think about rehab as being an opportunity to come out the other side, physically & mentally stronger than your were pre-injury.
Ultimately, the goal of ankle rehab is not only to be back playing sport in a few weeks or months time, but to still be playing sport with healthy ankles in 5 and 10 years time. With this in mind, we have refined our rehab process over the past 15 years, to ensure that you receive the latest evidence-based treatment & high quality exercise prescription.
The 5 phases of rehabilitation are outlined below.
Protect The Injured Tissues
Multi-Directional Running &
Team Training Integration
Mobility, Control & Muscular Endurance
Sports Specificity, Conditioning & Full Return To Sport
Power & Reactive Strength.
Straight Line Running
Athlete Success Stories
" Buan Physio is the place where everybody needs to go after having any injury where bones or ligaments are compromised. My daughter had an injury in her ankle (a severe ankle sprain) a year and a half ago and she "recovered" with a different physio, but months later she had two more severe injuries because the ankle was too weak. Once we arrived to Buan Physio, we noticed immediately the difference. Declan is so trustable and knowledgeable about his field. My daughter now has a strong ankle with no pain. They are really good. Totally recommended! "
Why Our Patients Choose Us
15 Years of Private Practice Experience
Individualised Exercise Programs
Exercises Available Via Our Mobile App
A Criteria-Driven Rehab Process
Regular Testing Every 4-6 Weeks
Access To 24/7 Support From Your Physio
Supervised Gym Sessions
Supervised Running-Based Pitch Sessions
Learn More About Ankle Rehab
We provide general physio, sports injury rehab and performance coaching services. We aim to make you both durable and robust, in order to withstand the demands of your chosen sport.
Mon-Fri : 7am - 7pm
Sat & Sun : Closed
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51 Mount Merrion Avenue
Blackrock, Dublin, Ireland
(1st floor, above The Butler's Pantry)
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