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Ankle injuries, or a sprain, are tough to recover from. The tendons in the foot have been overstretched and so the muscles around the tendons need to be strengthened. Try these exercises to heal your injury and prevent future ones. Sprained Ankle Exercises, Ankle Strengthening Exercises, Foot Exercises, News Health, Health Care, Foot Pain, Injury Prevention, Physical Therapy, Health

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Ligaments can simply be stretched without any tearing (grade 1 sprain) or completely rupture (grade 3).

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Management of Ankle Sprains

Without adequate care, acute ankle trauma can result in chronic joint instability. Use of a standardized protocol enhances the management of ankle sprains. In patients with grades I or II sprains, emphasis should be placed on accurate diagnosis, early use of RICE (rest, ice, compression and elevation), maintenance of range of motion and use of an ankle support. Sprains with complete ligament [corrected] tears (grade III) may require surgical intervention. Although early motion and mobility…