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'Gone through your ankle' or 'sprain your foot'? It is and remains a common and frequently heard problem. A trauma in the ankle joint is common in daily life. You have gone through your ankle during sport, the ankle makes an unnatural movement, after which the ankle can feel painful. From your trainer you have to start cooling immediately, otherwise you will only get fat.
A day later, you have only become very fat and you have pain when you load the ankle, especially while walking. For the sake of certainty, just visit the physiotherapist or general practitioner, but they can not do much in the first few days, since the swelling is still too much. What now?
'I have gone through my ankle' is and remains heard a lot, but what is actually going on? In humans, the joint, which connects the lower leg with the foot, is called the ankle. At the ankle two bone parts protrude, to this a single is recognized. The two protruding bone parts are called the malleolus. Tires, also called ankle straps, run over the protruding bone parts. The anklets are solid bands (ligaments) that lie on the inner (medial) and outer (lateral) side of the ankle and connect various joints and bone structures with each other. The function of the ankle ligaments is to strengthen the ankle joint and to prevent extreme movements of the ankle joint. When you hide yourself, the ankle makes an impossible movement. The belts are stretched or can tear themselves.
In case of a sprain, the ankle is only swollen and the damage is limited. The pain will persist for several days. However, the ankle ligaments, in case of a sprain, are damaged and the ankle no longer functions completely. The pain will become more severe and recovery will take longer.
A cause of a sprain or sprain may be that the ankle joint makes an unexpected movement in which the ankle moves maximally inwards or outwards. The ankle ligaments are maximally stretched and cause a sprain or sprain. A sprain or sprain therefore occurs in many different ways. It can come from a step, a curb, a pit in the grass to a wrong landing during a jump.
It is extremely important that you handle an injury of the ankle ligaments properly, because if such an injury is not treated you run the risk of developing chronic instability in the ankle.
When spraining the ankle ligaments, it is important to first rest, this can be done by keeping the foot up and giving rest so that the swelling can take off and the ankle bands get the rest to recover. That is why in the beginning, crutches will have to be run.
How you can support these anklets in her function, so that they also get the chance to recover you can apply a brace therapy. It is not for nothing that wearing a brace or bandage for the ankle ensures that the chance of full recovery is considerably increased, according to the KNGF ( www.kngf.nl) . Wearing a single brace or bandage is recommended as soon as the swelling begins to decrease. In addition, it has been scientifically proven that the preventative use of an ankle brace or ankle ligament causes a substantial reduction of recurrence (repeated trauma) and therefore the chance of developing a chronic instability of your ankle.
For the ideal foot to rest and stabilize, Probrace has the following braces that can be recommended for you: the foot can rest in an ideal position.
ProBrace recommends the following braces:
For children there is a similar bandage on the market for the Push Ortho Aequi.
After this rest phase (continue 4-7 days) it is slowly time to load the ankle again. To find out how this happens, we advise you to contact a physiotherapist.