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Bracing Superior to Neuromuscular Training for the Prevention of Self-Reported Recurrent Ankle Sprains: A Three-Arm Randomised Controlled Trial (2014)

Janssen, K. W., van Mechelen, W., & Verhagen, E. A. (2014). Bracing superior to neuromuscular training for the prevention of self-reported recurrent ankle sprains: a three-arm randomised controlled trial. British journal of sports medicine, 48(16), 1235-1239.

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Ankle sprains are the most common sports-related injury, and it is very common for people who have had an ankle sprain to sustain recurrent sprains. This article review discusses findings from a randomized controlled trial examining bracing, a 8-week ...

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