We may be trying out slideshare and seeing if it is popular or not. The first lecture is just a test case. It was developed for non-specialists, biomedical engineering students, as a model look at an injury. The lecture is not comprehensive, but gives an overview of the anatomy, structures affected, the “Ottawa criterion”, PRICE (protection, rest, ice, compression, elevation, and what systems connect together for proper ankle functioning and stability.
Check it out here and with Creative Commons (attribution) you are free to download it:
You may also view, at my running injuries website, a short article on ankle sprains with a rehab protocol.