Our expert says:
Balance exercises are really good. Even balancing on a firm surface on one leg helps, but then you can add complexity by throwing a ball against the wall while you do it, balance with your eyes close, do slow activities with the non-grounded leg, and try to do this while standing on a softer surface, like a sponge mat. It really helps with the control of the ankle.
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