Sprained ankle & torn tendons, how do I exercise with them?

Minimal. You need to do non-weight bearing exercise and upper body.
Swim. Swim and or concentrate on different body parts while you are healing.

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If I had a high ankle sprain and a torn tendon and it still hurts what do I do?

May not be healed. It sounds like it may not be healed . You should have your physician check it out and see if you need more treatment. Read more...
See a Dr. For the injury you describe you need professional treatment. Read more...

If I had a high ankle sprain and a torn tendon 4 months ago and it still hurts, what should I do to alleviate the pain?

Get it diagnose. To know what is the problem then we could advise you. May be you need MRI on the ankle to see if there is something broken in the joint or if the ligament healed or not. Read more...
Have it evaluated. It is common for one to experience pain for several months following an ankle injury. An MRI may be of benefit in diagnosing your pathology. Read more...

Stretching your sprained ankle too soon will damage the ligaments and tendons. So when should I start stretch and strengthing exercises?

Sprained ankle. Recouping from a sprained ankle seems easy...But, in truth....It is not easy. It varies upon which type of ankle sprain you had and how severe. I would recommend you see a specialist...Let him evaluate the sprain. And, then you will have a solid answer to your problem. Read more...
See below. When you can stand and walk without pain then you can start stretching and strengthening. Read more...

How long is physical therapy for a sprained ankle tendon?

Depends on severity. The length of physical therapy depends on the severity of the injury. Sometimes therapy can consist of a one time consultation visit to learn exercises to do at home, usually if the injury is minor; or it can go on for several months for more severe injuries or injuries to multiple areas. Continue therapy as long as you continue to see improvement. Read more...
Rhysical therapy. It really depends on how much damage was done. For minor sprain 2-3 weeks, more serious sprains 6 weeks. Read more...

Sprained ankle 3 weeks ago. Not swollen just sore. Haven't been to ortho. But now tendon feels rubbery and lumpy. What's wrong and how will it get fixed?

See below. Sounds like stretched tendon. Most likely treated with immobilization. Read more...
When someone sprains. An ankle the sprain is usually to the lateral collateral ligaments. Not to a tendon. The peroneals could be sprained in addition. I am not sure what you mean by rubbery and lumpy as I have never in 19 years of practicing heard that. I would recommend ice, and an ankle brace. Consider physical therapy, and see a foot/ankle doc. Good luck. Read more...
Tendon injury. Have it evaluated. You may have a partial tear of the tendon. Read more...

After a high ankle sprain 6 weeks ago, I am still experiencing discomfort at my achilles' tendon and heel when I plantar flex my foot. Why is this?

Achilles pain. Sorry about your sprain. Your achilles tendon is a nearby structure and during your sprain, you may have also damaged your nearby structures or the swelling from the sprain can cause pain around the area. Also, sometimes posterior ankle impingement at the joint cause pain when plantarflexing. Best of luck. Read more...
High ankle. Sprain is different than a regular sprain and usually take the syndesmosis tissue longer to heal between tibia and fibula. Read more...