Ankle injuries can be painful and debilitating, affecting our mobility and overall quality of life. Whether you’re an athlete, an active individual, or someone recovering from an ankle sprain, an ankle support can provide essential support and protection during the healing process. In this blog post, we’ll delve into what exactly an ankle brace is, … Read more
Although the team here at PhysioRoom can’t offer you a miracle cure for your sprained ankle, we can provide you with a particular set of ankle supports and braces that can aid you on your road to recovery. Whether you’ve been unfortunate enough to have been involved in a crunching tackle out on the football … Read more
So, you’ve found yourself with an injured ankle. Fate has cruelly conspired to roll your foot under you and make the next few weeks of your life somewhat inconvenient. It could have been in work, at home or more likely on the field, but whatever the cause, ankle sprains and fractures can happen anywhere, at … Read more
Step into the world of elite tennis, and you’ll often witness players sporting extra support. Take Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal, for instance. Both prodigies are either wearing kinesiology tape or knee wraps during their matches. But one player stands out with his consistent use of ankle braces. And it’s none other than the remarkable … Read more
The most interesting aspect for me going into Wimbledon 2013 is the draw and the seeding which surrounds the newly patched up Rafael Nadal.
Unpredictable weather? Sue Barker? Strawberries and cream? It can only mean one thing ɠWimbledon 2013 is upon us again!
With Wimbledon just around the corner we ask the most important question of our very own Andy Murray.
Can he do what no other British male has done since Fred Perry back in 1936 and win that elusive silver gilt cup?
Running places a huge amount of strain on your feet, ankles and knees which can lead to many sports injuries. Here is a list of the top 10 most common injuries suffered by runners.
As I recovered from my sprained ankle, I gradually reduced the wearing of an ankle support, until I wasnִ wearing it at all for speed sessions on the road and gentle training runs off road, but was not sufficiently confident to leave my ankle unsupported during longer or harder training sessions on the fells.