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Old 06-16-2008, 11:45 AM   #1
Jason Naubur
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Old joint injury rehab

I badly sprained my big toe a few years back. I was sore for a long time and received PT for a while. It doesn't cause me too many problems from day to day, or even Crossfitting, just occasionally if I bump it or torque it too much. But today I started some BJJ classes and my poor toe became sore almost right away. There was no impact or severe stresses, just bending it when kneeling down, rolling around, etc.

My question is - what can I do to improve it so that it doesn't continually bother me / get worse?

I can see the PT again, but I wanted to put it out here first.


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Old 06-16-2008, 05:45 PM   #2
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Re: Old joint injury rehab

Ice after any use.

Start working with dexterity with your feet as well as resistance exercises with the toes & ankles.
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