Thanks TJ. I'm starting to Thanks TJ. I'm starting to think that my AT is just permanently compromised. It's not inflamed or hurting with activity. It just is a little sore when pressed in certain way sor when I foam roll it. It's just not the same and I don't know if it will ever regain the strength of the other side. I need to figure out how much risk I'm willing to take with it and the best way to manage it, given its limitations. It may be time for me to accept that it's just not ever going to get to 100%. As far as BFR, I like it in theory. I really think it is good and natural. I think if I had started this before my AT was ever damaged, I could have avoided a lot of trouble. But hindsight is 20/20. And now that things are what they are, I don't know if BFR is an option for me. Again, it comes back to me deciding how much risk I'm willing to take with it. I will probably get some prolo shots for it soon. I'm already getting it in my knee, so might as well hit up the AT. In the meantime, I do not stretch it. I haven't in a long time. I have started doing the heel drops again, but only to the ground and not off a step (don't want to overstretch).