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3 Common Symptoms of an Ankle Sprain July 20, 2017

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3 Common Symptoms of an Ankle Sprain, Blue Ash, Ohio

Ankle sprains can occur anytime, whether you’re on a 5-mile run or just walking down the stairs. However, the team at Foot & Ankle Specialists says it’s important to recognize the signs of this common injury so you can get proper treatment before it worsens. Serving residents throughout Blue Ash, OH, the premier podiatry practice provides top-quality treatment for a wide range of issues, including ankle sprains, foot pain, and bunions.

Below, the foot specialists share a few of the common symptoms of an ankle sprain:

  • ankle sprainPain: Sudden or sharp pains at the site of the injury are a common symptom of an ankle sprain. It may feel worse when moving or placing weight on the ankle. To help relieve the pain, elevate your ankle and rest.
  • Swelling & Bruising: In addition to pain, you may notice the inside of the ankle is swollen or bruised with a purple or red discoloration. These symptoms indicate that you may have torn a ligament and the blood is rushing to that area. These areas may also be warm to the touch.
  • Limited Mobility: If the sprain is severe, you may have issues turning or bending your ankle and foot. This could leave you unable to walk without support. In the case of limited or no mobility, it’s important to schedule an appointment with a specialist for a professional diagnosis so you can apply the appropriate treatment.

If you’re seeking professional treatment for an ankle sprain or need a diagnosis for a foot issue, you can count on the podiatrists at Foot & Ankle Specialists. Call them today at (513) 541-5709 to schedule an appointment at a location closest to you. You can also visit their website for more information on their podiatric services. 

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