Use whatever position is most comfortable for you; there is no right position. There are many opportunities for things to go wrong. Over time, the person feels increasing pain and may begin to limp if the injury becomes severe. If the muscle belly is injured, pain is felt between the lateral knee and the lateral ankle. This position stresses the fibularis longus more than the brevis.
The following stretch targets the fibularis muscles and is particularly beneficial.
More frequently, though, the injury develops slowly over time as a result of overuse or a chronic misalignment of the foot. It facilitates healing in several ways: Do this about 10 times, stretching for no more than two seconds each time. Over time, the person feels increasing pain and may begin to limp if the injury becomes severe. These will usually be located above or slightly behind the lateral ankle.
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