sprained ankle

How to diagnose a sprained ankle?

Was there an inversion or eversion trauma?  A sprained ankle mostly is the result of an inversion trauma.

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But the question is, what's the problem?  Is there a ligamentous sprain, or a tendinous lesion, or even the combination of both?  Perhaps there also might be an articular lesion (or even a joint malpositioning).

Since in acute cases the ankle mostly is swollen, it is really very important to manage well the technical details of your functional examination.  This examination procedure probably is the more difficult one in the field of orthopaedic medicine.

Discover all about this in following webinar recording.

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