Baseball & Softball

Baseball players feet and ankles take incredible punishment on the field. Inadequate conditioning and lack of pregame stretching are significant contributors to injury. Poorly fitting shoes especially for pitchers take their toll on feet and toes. Players require great toe flexion, ankle rotation, multiple muscle layer contraction and Achilles Tendon stretch to remain game-ready day-after-day.

Repeated stressful motions over time ultimately lead to the most common foot and ankle problems for baseball players. Taking these risks seriously and minimizing them with adequate conditioning and stretching is paramount.

Following are some of the most common baseball and softball injuries to players’ feet and ankles:
Achilles Tendonitis
Ankle Sprains
Shin Splints
Stress Fractures
Baseball is a physically demanding sport and foot and ankle injuries are sometimes unavoidable. You can however, reduce your potential risk of these far too common injuries by maintaining optimum foot and ankle flexibility and strength to maximize mobility by using AnkleSTONE® as part of your daily conditioning program. Should an injury occur, seek medical attention to accurately diagnose and treat your injury. Once cleared for rehabilitation, use AnkleSTONE® Therapy to restore range-of-motion, flexibility and mobility. AnkleSTONE® therapy can be extremely effective at easing and even eliminating the pain caused by many injuries. Always make sure you are cleared by your medical professional to begin physical therapy before exercising with AnkleSTONE®.
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