Category Archives: Ankle Foot Articles

The R.I.C.E method for treating ankle pain

In sports, with the pressure of strength and speed on the athletes’ bodies, injuries are unavoidable. In basketball, ankle injuries is most common and frequent injuries.

How is ankle injured?

Injury to ankles causes your legs to swell or bruise …

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Types of injuries that cause knee pain

The knee is considered as the largest joint in the body of human. Injury in this area can trigger severe knee pain that affects productivity and daily activities.


The upper and lower bones of the knee are divided into 2 …

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4 tips to prevent injuries in football

Injury during a match can happen at any time, no one knows in advance. But remember one important thing, a lot of injuries can be prevented.


Here is the advice of health professionals to help you reduce the risk of

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Some information about an ankle sprain you should know

An ankle sprain – or dislocated ankle – is a lesion in the ankle bone and this is the most common sprain. The most common mechanism of trauma is falling and flipping your foot in, causing external ankle dislocation.


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Learn about the ligament rupture in front of the knee

The human body has 4 ligaments, the hard tissues in the knee that help fix joints. Anterior ligament (ACL) – is the most vulnerable ligament.


Lateral knee ligaments help prevent abnormal horizontal movements of the knee, the medial ligament (MCL) …

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Ankle injury and how to handle it

In sports, with the pressure of strength and speed on the athletes’ bodies, injuries are unavoidable.


In basketball, ankle injuries are the most common and frequent injuries. However, the two types of injury are also the easiest to prevent.

How

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Basic knowledge of foot injury when playing football

Foot injury when soccer is a common phenomenon in many people, so how to have the best way to discover and treat?


Football is a favorite sport of many people, but when participating in this subject many people can not …

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Don’t underestimate ankle injury when playing sports

Metatarsal is one of the joints or trauma to sports or daily activities. Improper handling due to lack of knowledge about the ankles makes these lesions lasting, disabling and affecting our daily activities.


Trauma to the ankles is very common …

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How to handle ankle injuries when playing basketball?

Ankle and ankle pain is the most common injury in basketball. However, in the most common types of injuries in basketball, ankle and ankle injuries are the most preventable.


By choosing basketball shoes that have good ankle support, you …

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Some notes for people with ankle arthritis

Ankle arthritis is the phenomenon of soft tissue around the infected joint, causing inflammation.


Currently, ankle arthritis is increasingly showing signs of rejuvenation, common in most young office workers. Ankle arthritis not only causes inflammation, soreness, impairment of motor function, …

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