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Rubber Band Feeling & Pain Relief

Hi my favorite readers! I’ve written about breaking in my new shoe lift and spraining my ankle in the process before. Yikes. A couple of days ago something interesting happened that I felt worthy of sharing. It highlights the importance of exercise.

While sitting on the sofa, I noticed that my tkr-side ankle (the one I sprained) did not flex as much as my healthy ankle, especially while moving my toes away from my body. Plus, it was still painful. Interesting. I started doing more ankle stretching exercises including circles and pointing maneuvers.

A couple days later while on my daily walk, I was moving my tkr leg forward and settling my foot onto the pavement as part of my usual gait. Suddenly something feeling like a rubber band (I don’t know how else to describe it) moved back and forth all the way from my ankle to the outside of my knee. It was a comforting type of pain, but very unusual. I stopped walking for a few seconds then slowly started walking again. Suddenly, my ankle flexibility increased and pain diminished.

Upon finishing my walk, I showered and settled into a comfortable position on the sofa, ready to watch my hockey playoff game. I propped up my ankle, as usual, and started doing my ankle stretches. Sure enough. I could point my toes further away from me than before the “rubber band occurrance”. Wow…

I’m not a medical professional, but somehow, those stretching exercises paid off. It took a while, but …woohoo!!!

Hopefully this helps others going through the same thing.

Find interesting? Kindly share..Thanks!

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