Ankle ligament injury

What is Ankle ligament injury?

A sprained ankle, also known as an ankle sprain, twisted ankle, rolled ankle, floppy ankle, ankle injury or ankle ligament injury, is a common medical condition where one or more of the ligaments of the ankle is torn or partially torn.

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Apart from my Ankle ligament injury/tearing I didn't had any health issues of any kind.
While playing cricket my right ankle injury took place....

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Hi you had an ankle fracture injury and have been operated for the same and are in cast at present.For better rehabilitation 1. Keep the limb on...

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have ankle pain I don't understand what happened to my left ankle my pain is now an 8. can you help me ?

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Brief Answer:
It can be ankle ligament injury or synovitis

Detailed Answer:
Hello,
I have studied your case. Pain in ankle is due to either ankle...

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Apart from my Ankle ligament injury/tearing I didn t had any health issues of any kind. While playing cricket my right ankle injury took place....

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have ankle pain I don't understand what happened to my left ankle my pain is now an 8. can you help me ?

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My son hurt his foot skateboarding, is 17 yrs old, it's been 9 days since injury . We do not have insurance and have not seen dr. It swelled first...

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I had sprained my right ankle about 3 months back. Although the pain and the swelling is gone, sometimes when I put too much strain on my ankle it...

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I was kicked in the shin a week ago and bruising began immedietly but i could walk. 40 mins later a HUGE amount of swelling occured i could...

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Um, hello i recently played in a football game an on one play i felt sharp pain in my ankle an thought nothing of it but now if i run my finger...

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