Treatment Tips for Sprained Ankle

by | May 12, 2021 | Blog

Sprained ankles are one of the most frequent musculoskeletal injuries seen in doctor’s offices. There are more than 23, 000 people per day in the United States, athletes and non athletes that require medical attention for ankle sprains. It was my first injury in my running journey. Tune in this episode as I take all of us through some of my most memorable ankle sprains. Learn how I treated myself, and hear about tips that you can use to prevent and treat ankle sprains.

Episode Highlights: 

  • Anatomy of the ankle
  • Different types of ankle sprains
  • Grading of Ankle Sprains
  • Treatment for various types of ankle sprains
  • My ankle sprain stories and how I didn’t let it keep me from my goals. 

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