Ankle bone instability is the direct or indirect cause of strain and excessive force that strains many different parts of the body.
The parts that become damaged, are the parts that cause pain. The connection between the partial dislocation of the ankle bone will be shown and more importantly is why realigning and stabilizing the ankle bone is very important in the treatment of these other secondary disease entities.
It is thought that 80% of the people with ankle bone instability have symptoms in their knees, hips, and back and no symptoms within their feet. Only 20% of people with ankle bone instability will have foot-related symptoms. This is the leading reason why ankle bone instability often goes overlooked or simply ignored. Medical professionals only pay attention to the body part that hurts, but rarely think about addressing the underlying cause.