Re: 10 weeks post Ankle Sprain


lateral ankle sprains can lead into many other conditions. if you are doing your research online search for subjects such as subtalar jt instability, sinus tarsi syndrome, osteochondral defects. many times damage has been done to other areas of the rearfoot, which are easily missed and many tmes misdiagnosed. Injections, which i would assume would be of a local anesthetic, would be to localize where your pain is actually coming from. Diagnostic injections are used often to rule out suspected ares of involvment. Without your history and physical i am unable to advise of what treatment would be best. A second opinion is always a good thing to get, esp for a surgical case. Please keep me updated on where this goes.

Posted By tim on October 27, 2005 at 09:49:45:

In Reply to: 10 weeks post Ankle Sprain posted by Kristie on October 26, 2005 at 17:36:17:

Softens and remove corns in a most comfortable way. It is ideal to help relieve pain on a toe or finger affected by corns, blebs, blisters, hammertoes, calluses and digital traumas.

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