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At the ankle joint, a joint frequently susceptible to ligamentous sprain injuries, a concomitant loss of proprioceptive sensibility plus the presence of any abnormal movement pattern may place the individual at risk for recurrent ankle inversion injuries and possibly as well for the premature onset of osteoarthritic joint disease (Beckman and Buchanan 1995, Parkhurst and Burnett 1994).
Inadequate capsular, cutaneous or muscular stretching or the attenuation of tactile information caused by footwear (Robbins et al 1995) may also impair proprioceptive sensibility, inadvertently, regardless of any ankle sprain related injury.