128 страниц. 2012 год. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing Chronic Ankle Instability is a condition resulting from inadequate healing of teared ligaments which when subjected to constant motion and stretching, either heal elongated or are replaced with a mass of scar tissue leading to loss of integrity of the ligamentous support and instability of ankle joint which in turn causes recurrent ankle sprains. The purpose of this study was to compare the effect of commercially available semi-rigid ankle brace with ankle taping on dynamic balance and functional limitations in patients with unilateral chronic ankle instability. The result of the present study suggests that bracing has significant improvement in reach deficits as compared to taping in subject with Chronic Ankle Instability.