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Hyperextension Of Ankle
Possible hyperextension cause of toe sprain july 1st. Now experiencing toe pain, red bump, inner ankle pain, limited toe movement, stretched skin?
Many possibilities: Your pain could be as a result of many different things. A thorough history and physical exam and possibly some laboratory and radiology exams are needed to determine the exact cause. Causes of pain may include: trauma (fracture, sprain, arthritis), infection, metabolic conditions (gout), musculoskeletal or biomechanical abnormality and neurologic conditions (neuropathy). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Overextended my knee playing bball yesterday. Extreme pain for 1-2 minutes, today only hurts when leg straight. Hyperextension? Recovery period?
Knee pain: Most likely some ligamentous damage. Ligaments take up to 6 week to heal and at your age it should get better. However, if there is some instability, you should see an orthopedic surgeon withut wasting time with a non-specialist doctor. ...Read more
Yes: It is possible. If soreness, swelling, bruising persist, get an x-ray. ...Read more
Ankle swelling: There can be many reasons for ankle swelling. This also depends if it is on one side or both. Causes may include arthritis or past trauma to area. Ligament or tendon issues can also occur. Lastly it is important to rule out any systemic issues that can also cause swelling. Bottom line: you should seek medical care to have this condition evaluated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ankle pain solutions: Ankle pain can occur for a variety of reasons. Most commonly it is caused by ankle sprains, achilles tendon injuries, peroneal tendon injuries, posterior tibial tendon dysfunction or arthritis. Most of these conditions can be treated conservatively with proper shoes, orthotics or arch supports, physical therapy, braces and injections. You should see a foot and ankle specialist to be evaluated. ...Read more
Foot imbalance: There are many reasons for this, usually due to a condition called pronation, where the bones of the feet are no longer held in normal alignment. If there is pain associated with this, you should see your podiatrist or health professional. Treatment can go from having your feet bandaged, 'arch' supports to surgical intervention. ...Read more
Popping or snapping around the ankle is usually caused by a tendon sliding over a bony prominence. These normally are of no concern unless they are painful.
Since u are having pain, I would suggest a referral to a foot/ ankle specialist for an evaluation. ...Read more
Could be: Plantar fascitiis.Get a more detailed answer ›
Nerve irritation: If it is both ankles then I would be suspicious for nerve irritation in the low back as the cause. If it is just one side then it could be the back or a local nerve injury (saphenous nerve). This also could be early nerve problems due to diabetes affecting one or both legs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many possibilities: Some causes of swelling of the ankles can include systemic problems such as hypertension, gout, and problems with the kidneys and localized issues such as arthritis, infection, lymphatic obstruction, blood clots, varicose veins, trauma (fracture, sprain, and tendonitis) and side effects to medication. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Mutiple reasons: The use of ankle weights can have severe adverse effects on the lower extremity joints. The following can occur: joint strain, hyperextension of the ankle, and severe balance loss. Best to learn how to use the ankle weights appropriately before starting any physical training activity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ankle sprain: Generally, a twisted ankle is another term for a "sprained ankle". This is either a rotation with the foot turned in or out and the leg turning with the foot or against it. The most common twist is when the foot turns in and "rolls" under the ankle where pain, swelling, and instability occurs on the outside of the ankle. Hope this answers your question. ...Read more