Exercise - Bilateral Heel Raise with Eversion


Correct form


Position :
Stand facing the back rest of the chair with feet hip-width apart, toes pointing forward and place one finger on the back rest for the support/balance.


Form & Movement
Maintain chin tuck, blades set and core set. Breathe in, move the foot such that toes are pointing away from each other. Breathe out, lift the heels off the floor. Breathe in, lower the heels on the floor. Repeat
Body types : Ankle Upper Back
Conditions : Achilles Tendonitis Acute Ankle Pain Ankle Fracture Ankle Sprain Ankle Sprain - Grade 1 Ankle Sprain - Grade 2 Ankle Sprain - Grade 3 Chronic Ankle Pain Chronic Lateral Ankle Pain Knee OA Knee Sprain Lateral Ankle Impingement Meniscal Injury Plantar Fasciitis Posterior Ankle Impingement Sciatica- Acute Disc Herniation Sciatica-Chronic Disc Herniation Sciatica-Spinal Stenosis Sciatica-Spondyloisthesis Sciatica-Subacute Disc Herniation