How long should I expect to have pain after an ankle sprain? ...... On my last visit
to doctor, I was told to use blood thinner and do a MRI as there is swelling in the ...
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If a sprain is not treated properly, you could have long-term problems. ... Most
ankle sprains do not require surgery, and minor sprains are best treated with a ...
How long it takes to recover from a sprained ankle can be from one week to one
year, says Holman Chan, MD, an orthopedic surgeon at Sunrise Hospital.
Ankle sprains take an average of 6 weeks to heal but can take can up to 4 ...
without increased pain or swelling, as long as you do not feel pain while you do ...
Ankle sprains happen when the ligaments that support the ankle get overly
stretched or torn. These types of sprains can be tricky, and the recovery period ...
You can get an ankle sprain when you twist your foot beyond its normal motion. ...
A sprained ankle can be very painful, and may seem to take a long time to get
better. ..... A systematic review of the last 10 years of evidence. .... Photos are only
for illustrative purposes and do not reflect every presentation of a condition.
Jun 29, 2008 ... I sprained my ankle last night when I ran and didn't see another such a short step
off another step! so I landed hard and rolled on it. I don't think ...
If your leg is injured, avoid long periods of time where your leg isn't raised. ... The
injury will heal quicker if you begin to move the joint as soon as you're able to do
so without experiencing significant pain. ... If you have a severe ankle sprain, you
may be advised not to use it for a while, ... Page last reviewed: 06/03/...
Sprains can take a long time to heal completely. ... swelling 4 weeks out is not
concerning in and of itself, it does indicate that the healing is not totally finished.
Repeated ankle sprains can lead to long-term problems, including chronic ankle
pain, arthritis, .... and the gradual return to activities that do not require turning or
twisting the ankle. ... In most cases, swelling and pain will last from 2 to 3 days.