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Ankle pain - July 26, 2016 12:28:48 AM   


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About two months ago, I hurt my ankle during soccer. It was diagnosed as an eversion ankle sprain. Years ago I have managed to hurt both ankles by falling into potholes in a haulage yard! since then I have had numerous problems with my ankles. But this injury has caused more discomfort and pain. I was thinking of taking physiotherapy treatment ( ). The pain is getting unbearable. Any idea of what might be causing this?
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RE: Ankle pain - September 3, 2016 12:44:07 AM   


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It is better that you consult a doctor, and seek professional help.

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RE: Ankle pain - April 15, 2018 8:24:28 PM   
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Well it could just be another ankle sprain, but since it's becoming a chronic problem then it's best to go to an Orthopedic doctor and also to Physical Therapy. They will be able to help you to get better. This is what we do for ankle & foot pain where I practice.
Click here.


Terry Abrams, MPT
Director of Physical Therapy
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RE: Ankle pain - February 17, 2022 6:14:05 AM   


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Torn ligaments and swelling can cause blood flow to be cut off, which can cause ankle pain to be much worse than it should be. People start to feel a huge fire in the area where they are hurting.Coconut and garlic oil are both home remedies that can help ease pain and swelling when they soak into the skin and stay there. Three tablespoons of coconut and garlic oil should be mixed together in a container. The container should be heated in the microwave for ten seconds, just enough to warm up the mixture. For ten minutes, generously massage the oil into your ankle, letting the oils soak into your skin.

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