- Proprioceptive training is included as part of the rehabilitation program to retrain the brain and to increase dynamic stability to prevent chronic and recurrent symptoms.
- Proprioceptive training increases the body's awareness of where it is in space as well as enhancing stretch and position sensation.
- Many of the proprioceptive sensors are damaged during a ligamentous injury.
- It is important to increase body position awareness and increase the speed of contraction to prevent chronic and recurrent injury.
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