• HOW TO TELL IF YOU HAVE AN ANKLE SPRAIN

    on Jul 30th, 2015

Ankle injuries are extremely common, but how you can tell if you have a sprain or a break? Be sure to see a foot and ankle specialist near Scottsdale if you have an ankle injury for proper diagnosis. This video will help you determine if you have an ankle sprain.

Surprisingly, sprains typically cause more ankle pain than a break. If you have a sprain, your ankle may become swollen and will be difficult to stand on. If you have numbness or your ankle appears out of alignment, it may be broken. See your foot doctor if you suspect you have a sprained ankle or a bone fracture, as your injury may not heal correctly without proper treatment.

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