Top 20 Doctor insights on: Sprane ankle
I am awating. Op for plantis facitiis can this condition let your ankle swell as mine has and I did not sprane my ankle?
How can I tell if my ankle is spraned or bronken I turned my ankle last sunday and it still hurts and it will be a week this sunday of when it happed
There are only two ways of finding out if your ankle is broken: an x-ray, or asking superman. Since the odds are overwhelming in favor of #1, my best advice is to go to a podiatrist or orthopedist and get the thing x-rayed and find out for certain.
It's important to treat an ankle fracture promptly and adequately, so don't delay.
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Many causes: If it is peripheral edema the causes include an underlying medical reason- hypothyroidism, venous stasis/insufficiency, heart disease, excess sodium intake, diabetes, or caused by medication. If it is arising from the ankle joints think arthritis. In either case, see your doctor to get at the cause of the swelling. ...Read more
Ankle brace: Several ways one see physical therapy to help with muscle strength and proprioceptive training, lace up ankle braces are effective and depending on activities and activity level bledsoe makes the ultimate ankle brace worn by professional athletes. Any podiatrist could help you make the best decision. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 pain: There is a long list of structures that are part of the ankle that could cause pain too many to list in this box I would see a specialist either a podiatrist and or a orthopedist and have x-rays and a xray also a MRI and or ct maybe needed depends on the history. ...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