Ankle Pain Treatment NEar Kinglake
At Muscle Joint Bone Clinic, Your Body Matters.
Ankle pain is commonly due to a sprain or tendinitis and can range from mild which can resolve in 24 hours or severe which can require surgical repair. Sprains which are defined as a tearing of the ligaments that connect bone to bone and help stabilize the joint.
Ankle injuries are one of the most common sporting injuries in sports, especially netball, basketball, football and volleyball where there is jumping, twisting and turning movements.
An ankle sprain may take longer to heal if the ankle joint becomes unstable. Acute ankle sprains result from a force to the ankle joint and players usually hear a ‘snap’ due to the tearing of the ligament.
Immediate treatment of any soft tissue injury consists of the RICER protocol which is ‘rest, ice, compression, elevation and referral’.
A sports medicine professional should be seen as soon as possible to determine the extent of the injury. If you have ankle pain call us as soon as possible to book in to see our experienced staff for an ankle pain treatment plan.
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM OUR TREATMENT
At Muscle Joint Bone Clinic, you are given a thorough assessment to allow clear diagnosis and prescribe the best ankle pain treatment options for your needs. Our professional team will then ensure you receive the most appropriate and effective treatment to help you achieve:
- Pain relief
- Maintain mobility and comfort
- Reduce stiffness and pain
- Prevent pain and injury
- Increase the mobility of joints
Podiatry care is a drug-free and surgery-free path to relieve your aches and pains, help you recover from illness and stay healthy. Call and make an appointment with one of our fully-qualified podiatrists to see a difference.
WHEN TO VISIT OUR CLINIC
Book in to see one of our highly skilled experts if you’re experiencing any of the following complaints:
- Foot pain
- Ankle pain
- Arch pain
- Lower extremity discomforts
All of Muscle Joint Bone Clinic’s practitioners are government registered healthcare professionals. For more information on how podiatry can help you, or to book an appointment contact us on (03) 9715 0582.
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