What is a sprained ankle?
An ankle sprain sometimes known as a twisted ankle happens when one or more of the ankle ligaments supporting the ankle joint is overstretched or torn as a result of the foot rolling onto it’s side when landed awkwardly during physical activity. Symptoms are: pain in the ankle especially on movement tenderness, ankle swelling, trouble bearing weight or walking on the ankle & bruising. An untreated & poorly rehabilitated ankle sprain can lead to more future ankle injuries.
Sprained ankle treatment
Your physiotherapist will physically assess & test to diagnose grade of ankle sprain, use hands on physiotherapy, shockwave therapy, dry needling and taping. Advise re treatment for pain & swelling. Provide ankle strength exercises via our prescription software Salaso. Prescribe ankle supports such as ankle brace, ankle strap.
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