Many Physical Therapists they give out a long list of fancy strength exercises , but most people they do at most 2-3-4 exercises, and that if they are easy to do and remember.
I like COMPOUND exercises which work multiple muscles.
And SINGLE SIDE exercises to help identify which side is weaker
Make sure you are warmed up really really well
Side lying leg lifts/raises
Walking Lunges ...
Do them at the end of a run when you are warmed up.
they are hard on the knees so be very careful
Go slow and start with 10 steps, wait 2 days, increase by 3-5 steps. Goal of 3 sets of 30 on each leg
do them on asphalt or gravel, and this will force you to go down very very slowly
Single leg squat ( assisted )
they are hard on the knees so make sure you are warmed up
very very good for ankle strength
TO BE RESEARCHED
Side Plank with Hip Flexion
Single leg bridge