Tennis

Tennis players know that speed, agility, quickness, stamina and of course flexibility are essential to becoming a winning player. While the actual distance a player runs in a long match wouldn’t rival a cross country runner for distance, those tennis player miles are very hard miles indeed. Many of those miles contain hard stops, fast starts . cuts and short sprints in different directions. The toll on tennis players lower extremities especially their feet and ankles is punishing. Proper conditioning is essential to help minimize injuries. Still, accidents do happen and the wear and tear on your body alone over time can sideline you.
Following are some of the most common tennis injuries to players’ feet and ankles:
Achilles Tendonitis
Ankle Sprains
Neuromas
Peroneal Tendon Strain
Plantar Fasciitis
Sesamoiditis
Stress Fractures

As an extremely physically demanding sport foot and ankle injuries are extremely common in Tennis. You can however, reduce your potential risk of these 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®.