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What's involved in rehabilitation for a sprain?
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Dr. Paul Kovatis
Orthopedic Surgery
5 doctors agree
In brief: Motion , ice, agilit
It can vary based on the severity of the sprain.
Typically, rehab involves range of motion (sprains tend to stiffen the affected joints), ice (to relieve swellilng), strengtheing of the joing and, in the case of leg or ankle sprain, agility and balancing work

In brief: Motion , ice, agilit
It can vary based on the severity of the sprain.
Typically, rehab involves range of motion (sprains tend to stiffen the affected joints), ice (to relieve swellilng), strengtheing of the joing and, in the case of leg or ankle sprain, agility and balancing work
Dr. Paul Kovatis
Dr. Paul Kovatis
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Dr. Jonathan Kirschner
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
4 doctors agree
In brief: Early mobility
Depending in severity you want to ice the area, compress to reduce swelling, elevate, and start range if motion exercises.

In brief: Early mobility
Depending in severity you want to ice the area, compress to reduce swelling, elevate, and start range if motion exercises.
Dr. Jonathan Kirschner
Dr. Jonathan Kirschner
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Dr. Douglas Chang
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: RICE
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/rice_%28medicine%29.

In brief: RICE
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/rice_%28medicine%29.
Dr. Douglas Chang
Dr. Douglas Chang
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