Sprained ankle, how do I exercise?

Support. If it hurts to walk, do not excerise until your pain free, while walking. Find an otc ankle brace, this will provide support. Take it slow to start, when done elevate and ice if sore. Progress slowly and let the pain be your stop/slow down trigger.
You. Don't until you are healed. You can do seated resistant exercises with weights.
Consult with Dr. Depending on severity and stage of healing, physician will be able to advise best.

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