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The ankle

The Ankle is a complex structure made of bones, muscles, tendons and connective tissues. It is subject to considerable physical stress during daily activities and even more during sports activities.

Traumatic injuries are very common in every age group and represent the most frequent type of muscular-skeletal injuries seen in ER. Thanks to it’s particular structure, the ankle joint is extremely stable to resist eversion forces of the foot. Distortions by inversion driving the foot inward, are the most common injuries, frequently damaging the peroneal anterior astragalar ligament.

​​​​​​​This ligament is responsible for reinforcing the anterior lateral side of the ankle joint, an injury could lead to permanent instability of the ankle.