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Ankle Instability

Ankle instability is a condition characterised by the recurrent giving way of the outer side of the ankle. It is often a consequence of repeated ankle sprains. When the ligaments around the ankle are stretched or torn, they may lose their ability to support the joint effectively. This can make the ankle unstable and prone to rolling, especially during physical activities or even while walking on uneven surfaces. Identifying ankle instability involves recognising a pattern of frequent sprains, persistent discomfort, swelling, or a wobbly sensation in the ankle. Seeking a professional assessment is critical to address and manage the condition properly.

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