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Why do I sprain my ankle so often? And how can I cut the risk of it happening again?

By Gordon Waddington, AIS Professor of Sports Medicine Research, University of Canberra
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Are you one of those people who seems to be forever spraining their ankle?

To some extent, ankle sprains are part and parcel of being active.

But if it’s happening again and again, here’s what may be going on – and how you can reduce your risk of recurrent ankle sprain.

Read more: How to prevent injury…The Conversation

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