Many bone and joint injuries heal fairly quickly. A sprained ankle is one of those injuries that can heal in a few weeks. When should you be concerned that something is wrong? In this Ask Dr. Geier video, I discuss two reasons why you could have ankle pain weeks after an ankle sprain.
I still have ankle pain a month after my ankle sprain. Should I be doing PT?
An ankle sprain is one of the most common injuries in sports. Many people don’t even see a doctor for the injury. Most heal on their own, and people return to sports and exercise without any trouble.
If you continue to have ankle pain weeks after an ankle sprain, how can you know if something is wrong? Is it possible that you have a worse injury? Or did you just not rehab the ankle enough, and you need physical therapy?
If you have suffered a sprained ankle that just doesn’t seem to be getting better, watch this video to learn two common reasons people still have ankle pain weeks after an ankle sprain and what you could do in each scenario.
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