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Several new studies in people and animals suggest that the effects of even a single sprained ankle could be substantial and lingering… A single sprain led to far more inactivity throughout their lives
Don’t Just Walk Off a Sprain, Gretchen Reynolds, The New York Times, Sep. 9, 2015

Several new studies in people and animals suggest that the effects of even a single sprained ankle could be substantial and lingering… A single sprain led to far more inactivity throughout their lives
– Gretchen Reynolds, The New York Times, 09/15.

What is the best way to heal a sprained ankle? R.I.C.E. (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation)? Physical Therapy? Or the H.E.M. Ankle Rehab System? This simple comparison chart explains how H.E.M. Ankle Rehab saves you a lot of money, time and frustration…

REST & ICE
$0


• Reduced pain in 1 – 2 months, minimum

• 30% of people still have pain 1 year later*

• Will NOT heal old injuries or weak ankles

• Ankles STAY weak, stiff, and unstable

• Decreased athletic performance

• Ankle re-injury risk: HIGH

*Margo KL (December 2008). Evid Based Med 13 (6): 187.

H.E.M.
$70 $49


• Pain Free in 3 – 7 DAYS

• Complete rehab & prehab system in 3 easy steps

• Heals old injuries & weak ankles

• Ankles WILL be strong, stable and have healthy range of motion

• Significantly increased athletic performance

• Ankle re-injury risk: LOW

 

Physical Therapy
$500 – $1000


• Pain Free in 1 – 8 weeks

• Must visit regularly for good results

• May help heal old injuries & weak ankles

• Ankles MAY become strong, stable, and have healthy range of motion

• May increase athletic performance

• Ankle re-injury risk: LOW

 

COMPARISON EXPLANATION

Many people will tell you to ice a sprained ankle, because that has been around for decades. However, just because ice is effective as a short term pain reliever does not mean it helps heal an injury.

Surprisingly, the studies clearly show that ice is NOT effective at healing a sprained ankle. In fact, ice has actually been shown to slow down or even STOP the body’s natural healing process (immune response and removal of swelling and waste from the injury).

That is why the National Athletics Trainers Association have just come out and stated ice is completely ineffective at healing an ankle sprain.

In addition, prolonged rest will not help you rehabilitate your ankle back to full health. The reason for this is that a sprained ankle becomes very weak and unstable after a sprain. It is absolutely critical that you rebuild ankle strength, stability and range of motion for a full recovery.

The good news is that a safe, effective rehab program not only helps you heal better, but also much faster! For more on this, please read our article on the best kind of Sprained Ankle Treatment >

There are 3 Main Steps you need to follow in any good rehab program and without them, the body cannot heal properly. If you understand and follow these 3 steps, the body will heal at a much faster pace and also allow you to heal completely, which dramatically lowers your risk of future injury.

Physical therapy is a great option if the therapist is knowledgeable about the latest research and understands the best healing techniques for your ankle. The only problem is that even if they are great, it can be a very expensive option.

The H.E.M. Ankle Rehab System was specifically designed to be the best and most affordable option for healing a sprained ankle fully and fast. Anyone can follow along at home in 3 easy steps without any equipment.

H.E.M. has helped over 50,000 people (and counting) of all ages and walks of life quickly and fully heal a sprained ankle and we guarantee you will get the same results or we will refund 100% of your money, no questions asked.