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The Severity Grades of Ankle Sprains – Grade 2

A sprained ankle happens when the ligaments of the ankle stretch or tear. The amount of damage to the ligaments at the ankle determines the severity; hence the level of injury. Sprains are minor injuries which may or may not … Continue reading

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Ankle Sprains – What Are All The Different Types and Treatments?

Ankle sprains are very common injuries, especially among athletes, but also among non-athletes. Around 25,000 people sprain their ankles every day. There are countless ways that a sprained ankle can occur. This injury can happen when you fall during a … Continue reading

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What Are The Symptoms And Treatment Options For A High Ankle Sprain

The ankle is a complex hinge joint between the foot and the leg which allows up and down movement of the foot. The talus bone of the ankle fits into a slot between the tibia and fibula, and this, together … Continue reading

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Sports Injuries And How To Help Them

If you’re like the millions of Americans who’ve had a sports related foot injury at some point, you’ll know what we’re talking about. There’s nothing more frustrating than getting an injury playing something you enjoy. Let’s talk about how to … Continue reading

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Answers to Feet FAQs

Here are some general questions many people have about feet. They should help you get a pretty good base. Are Foot Issues A Common Problem? According to the California Podiatric Medical Association, 75% of Americans will experience some type of … Continue reading

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The Most Common Foot Issues Today

It’s probably safe to say the first thing people think of when they think of “foot problems” is a sprained ankle. It’s a common thing with athletes and active people. Other common problems are broken bones, Achilles issues, Arthritis, and … Continue reading

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