Review Article

The Role of Ankle Proprioception for Balance Control in relation to Sports Performance and Injury

Figure 1

Examples of ankle proprioceptive assessment methods. (a) depicts the threshold to detection of passive motion (TTDPM) method, adapted from Yasuda et al. [32]; (b) depicts the joint position reproduction (JPR) method, adapted from Willems et al. [33]; and (c) depicts the active movement extent discrimination assessment (AMEDA) method, adapted from Symes et al. [34].