Updated: Apr 11, 2019
Just real quick to give you some background. I had cancer in my right ankle diagnosed in my late 20s. Luckily, I caught it fairly early and didn't have to have too much intervention, and it was in the soft tissue between my lateral malleolus (bump on outside of ankle) and skin. The cancer was called a myxofibrosarcoma, and it took three surgeries, the loss of a small muscle called the extensor digitorum brevis and a little over six months, and I was cancer free. Due to the many surgeries, I have developed a lot of scar tissue around the outside of my ankle and top of my foot. I must do the below exercises to maintain the mobility in my ankle and I would like to share them with you.
My cancer battle scars