Signs and Symptoms of Arch Sprain?

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An arch sprain is caused by the stretching of ligaments. One of the main signs and symptoms of an arch sprain is pain when attempting to move the foot or walk. Since the arch is on the bottom of the foot, a sprain will make it impossible to move around. The only way to treat an arch sprain is to rest, apply ice, and elevate the foot. To relieve pain, you can take an over-the-counter pain medication.
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