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7 Feb 18
Hi, I’ve had a Total Ankle Replacement and a Talonavicular fusion of my right foot. I’m looking for some ideas for HIT exercises I can do as I’m not allowed to run, jump or put too much force through it and I’m not near a swimming pool! I can cycle but only gently. I’ve just been fitted with an ankle support which also restricts movement.
Any suggestions (sensible) would be most welcome.
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