Ankle Collateral Ligament Sprain involves damage to the connective tissue and ligaments surrounding the ankle.
They are nearly always traumatic in origin and caused by the joint being stretched beyond its normal range of movement.
Predictably many sprains occur during sport, or during activities which result in a fall, collision, or awkward landing.
The following symptoms are associated with a Collateral Ligament Sprain:
- Swelling, redness and heat around the affected area.
- Pain when attempting to move the foot or weight bare.
- Pulsatile throbbing and numbness into the foot, ankle, and toes.
- Bruising around the foot, ankle, and sometimes the knee.
The incorporation of simple proprioceptive exercises is just one of the techniques contained in our clinically proven treatment guide to help prevent re-injury.
An Ankle Collateral Ligament Sprain in most cases is not serious.
However, without correct rehabilitation, there may be residual stiffness and reduced range of movement. The surrounding ligaments often remain weak and result in ankle instability which increases the likelihood of rolling the ankle again.
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Frequently asked questions
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Our medical experts have decades of experience in musculoskeletal healthcare. By fusing this knowledge with expert-driven AI we are able to provide the likely cause of your pain, just as if you'd been diagnosed in-clinic.
The assessment will also identify serious conditions. These are known as red flags or in medicine, contraindications. Where these exist, you will be advised to seek further medical help.
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Yes, they deliver clinically proven results and include the latest techniques in musculoskeletal healthcare.
By following the rehabilitation program carefully, you will experience a significant improvement in your condition.
Our treatment is context-based and written as if you'd just been diagnosed in the clinic. Treatment is structured from the foundation upwards, delivering progress in incremental stages.
As you improve, the rehabilitation builds on one day's progress to the next.
We provide treatment for common musculoskeletal conditions which can easily be self-treated safely in the comfort of your own home. These include:
- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
- Erector Spinae Strain
- Cervical Spondylosis
- Cervical Facet Syndrome
- Rotator Cuff Strain
- Impingement Syndrome
- Adhesive Capsulitis
- Elbow Sprain
- Sacroiliac Syndrome
- Piriformis Syndrome
- Low Back Osteoarthritis
- Lumbar Disc Herniation
- Low Back Erector Spinae Strain
- Trochanteric Bursitis
- Hip Osteoarthritis
- Adductor (Groin) Strain
- Wrist Sprain
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Knee Osteoarthritis
- Osgood Schlatter's
- Iliotibial Tract Syndrome
- Knee Collateral Ligament Sprain
- Ankle Collateral Ligament Sprain
- Achilles Tendonitis
See our conditions page for more information about these conditions.
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Recovery times depend on the type and severity of your condition. If you are diligent with rehabilitation, you can expect to see an improvement in your acute condition within 2 weeks.
Chronic conditions are more complex and tend to take a little longer, but usually, symptoms improve between 4-6 weeks.
Arthritic conditions are irreversible, but our techniques will show you how to manage the symptoms, and help prevent the condition from getting worse.
Depending on the type of condition, treatment with a private physical therapist can involve 6 or more sessions and can become expensive.
Compared to an average course of physical therapy, patients that self-treat at home using our treatment guides can save hundreds of pounds in cost.
Patients are often limited to general practitioner advice or left waiting for months to see a physical therapist or orthopaedic specialist.
In some countries, public healthcare systems can be overstretched or don't prioritise musculoskeletal healthcare services, meaning long waiting times are inevitable.
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