Are you looking to know more about ankle pain during pregnancy? Ankle pain in pregnancy is very common and there are many causes, including, but not limited to increased body weight, excessive foot pronation, swelling, and other natural changes. This article will discuss these factors contributing to ankle pain during pregnancy as well as some general treatment methods.
Ankle injuries are extremely common in running and can lead to persistent pain that interferes with a training regime. By understanding the most common ankle injuries in running, the associated anatomy and physiology, as well as general treatment strategies, you can have more confidence in your ability to prevent and manage ankle pain in running.
This article is intended to provide insight into the use of a pneumatic walking boot for ankle sprains and other foot and ankle injuries. Contents include a description of walking boots, when they are typically required, and how to don the most common type of walking boot.
Swelling is one of the most common symptoms associated with a sprained ankle especially in the acute phase. In one of our recent articles discussing lateral ankle sprains, we briefly mentioned the P.R.I.C.E. principle in regards to the early stages of recovery from a sprained ankle. While this principle alone provides a useful guide to the first phase of treatment for a sprained ankle, it’s understandable when patients require more information about the specifics of applying the P.R.I.C.E. principle, particularly in regards to swelling management and the application of ice. Therefore, in this article, we will break down the ice component of the P.R.I.C.E. principle in relation to sprained ankles.