RICE treatment RICE treatment for ankle injuries
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Basic First Aid How to Tell the Difference Between an Ankle Sprain a Break
You know at some point in time many of us are going to incur injuries to our lower extremities including the foot and ankle.Hi, i’m captain joe bruni and what i’m going to discuss and go over is how to tell the difference between a sprain and a possible break in the ankle or foot region.Expose the foot and the ankle region by removing any foot covering and sock that may be in the area.If the area looks discolored or angulated or not in alignment, it very possibly may be a break of the ankle.Normally, with a sprain, there will be swelling.
And discoloration, but no deformity in the ankle or foot region.Also, ask the person if they feel any numbness.Numbness is usually a sign of a break.Sprains are generally more painful than an actual break in this area.Apply some type of ice in the area to treat it for fifteen minute intervals, on and off, and a pressure bandage if it’s a sprain.With a break, normally the person will not be able to move the foot area or be able to stand on it.With a sprain, they may be able to apply slight pressure by trying to stand or.
Move the foot although, it may be painful, it generally will not be broken if they are able to move it or put slight pressure on it.With a break, they will not be able to move it or stand on it at all.A sprain or a break is a pretty painful experience and both may require a trip to the emergency department for xray and further evaluation, but with proper treatment, pain and swelling can be alleviated until the patient arrives at the emergency department.I’m captain joe bruni.Stay safe and we’ll see you next time.
How to Treat Sprains and Strains First Aid Training St John Ambulance
Music plays strains and sprains are common injuries that affect the soft tissues around joints a sprain is when a ligament has twisted or torn, while a strain is when the muscle has been overstretched.And a rupture is when a muscle or a tendon is completely torn.There are three things you should look for pain and tenderness, difficulty moving, swelling and bruising.If someone has a sprain or strain you should remember rice, which stands for rest, ice, comfortable support and elevation if someone has a strain or sprain, help them to sit or lie down.
And support their limb in a comfortable raised position.To cool the area, apply a cold compress, like an ice pack, cold pad or frozen peas wrapped in a towel.Leave the ice pack or cold pad in place or wrap a soft layer of padding, like cotton wool, around the area.Then, tie a support bandage around the area to hold it in place.This needs to go up as far as the next joint on each side.Raise the injured area and support it with something soft like a cushion.
Ankle Sprains Part 3 Rehab Protection
certainly, grade one ankle sprains are probably the easiest to treat.These are the ones that we see most commonly with our weekend warriors, and also, our athletes of any capacity.Those are patients that we typically will place in some sort of supportive brace, whether it’s an ankle stirrup brace, or an aircast.It’s important that we follow the recipe of rest, ice, elevation, and compression.We also try to get these patients into physical therapy as quick as possible.We find that the faster we’re able to get the swelling,.
And the fluid, and the inflammation out of the joint, the faster the patients are able to return to athletic activity.In patients with a grade one ankle sprain, we’ll often fit them with something called an aircast.This is basically a stirrup brace that fits on the inside and outside of the ankle to basically, give it support.In patients who are of a grade two, a strong grade two or grade three ankle sprain, we’ll get patients fitted with something called a cam walker boot, which is a very protective,.
Soft, spongy boot, that will act almost as a cast for the patient, that they can bear a little weight in, and often use some sort of assisted device, such as a crutch or a walker, to help them with mobility.In patients who are active or in an athletic situation, and even some patients who are recovering from a prior ankle sprain, we’ll fit them in something like this, which is called a velocity brace.This has a nice, rigid outer and inner structure, but it also has laces for nice,.
Tight rigidity of the ankle, so that patients in an athletic situation have the support that they need without having to worry about their ankle giving out or twisting.Grade two and grade three ankle sprains are a little bit more challenging to treat, in the respect that we follow the same paradigm of treatment, however, the time for those patients to heal is a lot longer.Your typical grade one ankle sprain will heal in about two to three weeks, whereas, grade two and grade three can often lead to.
Four, six, to eight to twelve weeks, in the most severe cases.It’s not uncommon for a grade three ankle sprain to actually take longer to heal than an ankle fracture.Because of that, it’s imperative that those patients are in physical therapy, it’s imperative that those patients are really doing their strengthening and stretching exercises to get the ankle back into the shape that they need to do their activities.In severe cases, we’ll see a rare instance where we’ll have to go in arthroscopically, clean out a joint, especially in a severe grade two.
Or a grade three ankle sprain, where there’s so much soft tissue damage to the inside of their joint, that we have to go in arthroscopically and clean it out.Typically, that’s not done for about two to three months, or even sometimes up to six months, depending on how the quality of their physical therapy regimen is following.On a different note, high ankle sprains, it’s imperative to look at your xrays with good scrutiny.It’s also important to look at the mri so that you can see.If there’s a ligament tear to the ligaments.
That hold the tibia and the fibula together, it’s almost always a surgical situation where you have to screw the bones back together, so that the ligament can heal itself.It’s important to remember that the ligaments in our ankle are there to create a healthy and stable environment for the foot to support us on.If those ligaments are not functioning the right way, what will happen is the ankle will continually start to turn, and they’ll get repetitive sprains.The more repetitive a sprain, the more problems the patient will have in the future.
That can lead to a ligament that does not heal, that can lead to a situation where the patient will step on something as small as a pebble on the road, and their ankle will overturn.That can become a situation which can, again, lead to a surgical problem.The time spent in physical therapy is dependent on the phases that you’re in.Acute phase usually takes about four to seven days.The middle phase, the recovery of range of motion phase, could take from seven days to about two to three weeks,.
Depending on what type of tear or disruption they may have.To recover to full activity could be anywhere from seven days up to about four to six weeks.Goals following an ankle sprain are, primarily, rest, ice, compression, elevation.Rest the injury, mobilize it so it has a proper healing environment.Ice helps decrease the inflammation.Compression will help decrease the swelling.Elevation also helps decrease the swelling, decreases the amount of blood flow to that area.The intermediate phase, then, would be to restore range of motion, start proprioceptive basic strengthening exercises,.
Then, the last phase would be to sportspecific or workspecific goals, as far as, what to they need to do, do the need to climb ladders do they need to go back to running activities or are they more sedentary proprioception is the body’s ability to realize where it is in space, and how to react to the forces, uneven surfaces.Your foot hits the ground, and it’s an uneven surface.So it has to know where it is, then it has to fire the appropriate muscles to respond to that uneven surface.
If we were in a general environment where there’s no clutter or uneven surfaces, it probably wouldn’t be important, but it’s not an ideal environment.These people are working in steel rooms, stepping over steel structures, stepping in ditches.We really need to strengthen them and prepare them to get back into their activity.First thing we’re gonna do is warm up your ankle.Things stretch better when they’re warmed up.We’re gonna do ankle pumps, up and down.You’re gonna do 30 to 50 reps at home.You’re gonna open your legs up a little bit,.
Then you’re gonna go in and out.We start with a warmup, simply, just ankle pumps in all different planes.From there, i usually like to do a towel stretch, where we pull the foot into a dorsiflex position, or pull the foot up towards the shin.From there, i like to get the patients on their feet.We do that same stretch in a standing position.We go into the strengthening phase, i start with singleleg balance, move to the opposite leg in different planes, to throw themself off balance.
That gives them some proprioceptive response, and it also gives them some strengthening in a standing, more functional plane, versus having them do something on a table.From there, i will go into a lunge matrix, where they’re lunging at different angles, and that will give them their deceleration and explosion in a different direction.Sports athletes and industrial athletes, i treat, basically, the same.The only difference is the sports athlete has more of an explosiontype, tied to fiber, so we need to train them in that quick explosiontype mechanism also.
We’ll get their flexibility and everything back to a certain point, then we have to take them to that next level.They need that quick reaction time.Recurring ankle sprains are more common when they do not followthrough with rehab.It’s when they have a plantarflexed foot, or they don’t regain their full range of motion, the ankle is what they call, in a loosepack position.So anytime they step on an uneven surface, the ankle will roll to the weakest point, and it will rollover to that sprain.If they regain their full range of motion,.
The ankle structure is able to lock up, and it’s more stable and you’re less likely to have a recurring ankle sprain.I always tell my patients, it’s not that i’m treating your ankle sprain, i’m trying to prevent a recurrence.Ninetyfive percent of how well the patient does is what they do with their home exercise program.I only see the patient two, three times a week, for maybe, a half an hour to an hour session.They’re with themselves 247.The immobilization phase, the resting position for their foot is hanging down,.
So the back structures of their leg get tight.Just the resting phase of what we put them in, creates a contracture of the ankle.It’s very important, since they’re in that position 78 of their day, that they do their home exercise program to counter the effects of that immobilization.Seeing me two, three times a week isn’t gonna do it.The exercise program started the first time they come into the office, and we assess the success of that home exercise program each time they come in.After an ankle sprain,.
Physical therapy is very important.You have to remember to be consistent with that home exercise program.It’s the home exercise program that will help you return faster to the activities you enjoy.Those exercises focus on range of motion, strength, and proprioception, your body’s ability to balance and stabilize.Whether you have to get back to sports, or work, or even just leisure activities, it’s important to continue working on that ankle strength and stability.Normal ankle function is essential to any weightbearing activity that you do.At coordinated health, we work as a team.
Ankle Pain How To Get Rid
Hi welcome to another tutorial.In this tutorial i’m going to share with you with you two question from two viewer about ankle pain, the first viewer hurt his ankle while making a five foot jump on his skateboard, hit on the floor and hurt his ankle three months ago and now he is pain from this pain while trying to do another stunt and the second viewer said that the problem came with age.Let’s just take a look at what else can cause ankle pain.Ankle pain can be caused.
By a sudden twist of the ankle while doing sports like running, playing basketball or walking on uneven surface, also it could be causing from heel pain and last but not least i think also caused by being over weight and your posture and how you hold your body because your ankle holds pretty much your whole body weight.Let’s go me show you how to work on two ligaments in this tutorial.Ok i’m going to sit on the sofa to work on this.One leg up and show you how to work.
On the ankle.First we are going to work on the anterior talofibular ligament right down here, this part here and also the calcaneofibular ligament right here, right underneath this bone here.So we have anterior talofibular ligament and the calcaneofibular ligament right down here.Ok let’s zoom in to the leg right here.I want to show you two techniques, to break it down and also put pressure on it.So i’m going to use the index finger.Ankle right here rub it down this way in the area, sometimes it’s hard to find the area because it’s.
A tiny area.You can move, do a circle on your ankle to get into the area.Ok! once you find that area start rubbing on it, you can use oil, lotion or without anything.The tendon is this way so you rub against the fiber to break down all the tightness in there.If you have scar tissue you need to complete break it so that it will not reoccur again.Next is also use your index finger find the pain and turn your leg around like this.Move around and once you find the spot, stretch your foot forward and backwards, forward and.
Backwards and as the tightness loosen up try to stretch a little bit extra and come back a little bit more and back, that’s to work on anterior talofibular ligament up here and same thing down here, look for the calcaneofibular ligament right here and this ligament goes down this way.Move you ankle around until you find the tightness and rub on it this way.So what you do is rub against this way or this way like such.Find the spot and rub on it, or put your finger.
On the pain area and turn ok once you find the spot.Then press on it, move a little bit come back press come back.As the area loosen up you can add a little bit more stretch, push it to the back and loosen up that way.To finish up use your pad of the hand to rub the area to warm it up like such or rub, rub, rub it like this or like this with your hands and that’s it! thank you very much for watching, i hope this will help you release your ankle pain and.
Kelsey Suiter Ankle Sprain Sports Medicine
This winter i was going to practice, just a normal day, you know i got to class and then i would go to practice.During practice i went up to go hit a ball and i landed, i just went straight down to the ground and all of a sudden i just felt this pain you know when you sprain your ankle and then they went straight to go get barrett, our athletic trainer here jackson college he came up then he examined my ankle and it flaired up like size of a.
Softball and it was bad, i was scared, i was crying i didn’t know what i was going to do.My mom and dad where you know an hour and a half away they can’t just come right away saying everything’s gonna be ok.Well barrett made a custom splint for my ankle which made the process so much easier he helps me with the crutches and explain how to use catches you know you know step, take your time, go slow don’t rush because you know when the accident happens you just wanna rush.
Rush and he he really you know maintained my whole world go slow because you know when you play 12 years of volleyball and it just happened like that you know you feel like your whole world is like falling apart.So when i got to the er at lesions how they came out with wheelchairs right away and i went back and i saw a nurse and she got my vitals my blood pressure you know all the basics and then i got right back to a she saw my ankle and ordered xrays.
And then i was in there less than an hour and you know that was surprising because when i go to a lot of er’s you know it’s usually a two hour to an hour and half wait but at allegiance is very quick and very comfortable so the next morning i woke up and i saw that barrett had texted me and saying that he could get me under go see dBrewer.She looked at my ankle and she told me that it was going to take about a good 4 weeks to get me back into.
Motion.Every injury is different and she’s told me my injury was agreed three which is pretty severe and she told me that is going to take hard work dedication and just time.But i come to realize that i’ve been playing volleyball all year round and you know your body doesn’t get a break.So i really think it’s important that we do slow down and that we do let our body rest especially because your going to want to live a long healthy life and not be in pain.
Airrosti Therapy Ankle Sprain Treatment
Chis courtney hi how are you i’m chris courtney nice to meet you.Cameraman we’re all going to kind of team up on you.Courtney okay yeah, that’s fine.Chis okay, just have a seat right here.Okay we will take those crutches from you.Now when did you hurt the ankle on the foot courtney i hurt them both thursday night.Chis both thursday night, so almost a week ago tomorrow will be a week.What happened courtney i was going downstairs and i was wearing heels and i missed a step and i rolled my right ankle, and to stop myself from falling.
Forward i grabbed the rail and then rolled the left.Chis okay let’s go ahead and take the boot off and the shoe off and let’s take a look.Did it swell up pretty good courtney the right one did.It’s kind of stupid i didn’t realize i hurt the left and kept comparing my two ankles trying to see if this one was swollen in comparison to that one and so i knew it was bad because they were both the same size.Chis okay.Lets go ahead and stand up for.
A second i just want to see if you can just put standing or any weight on the ankle.Courtney okay.I’m up.Baby steps.Chis pain scale zero to ten when doing that courtney five.Chis okay walk backwards for me.Okay.More painful there courtney yeah chris pain scale zero to ten with that courtney um like a seven on the left.Chris seven on the left, okay what about the right courtney six.Chris okay, let’s go ahead and get you back over here to this table.You don’t feel like you really got much better in the weeks time.
Courtney no, just the swelling has gone down.Chis okay.All right, so what we’re going to do is some treatment now and Garret and Black’s going to take part of that.Courtney okay.This is kind of disturbing though.I’ve been like if i was sat on the couch and i wanted to get up and go to the kitchen i’d have to put both boots on, so i’m really excited right now. okay go up on one leg.How does that feel courtney just a little in the front.But.
I mean i’m standing on my toes, that’s pretty impressive. excellent.Don’t believe you will need a brace anymore.Definitely not that boot.Courtney whoa, oh my gosh this is amazing.I mean, i barely feel anything.Chris really what we are trying to do is educate people about you know you spent five hundred dollars and you left there the same as when you came in, you had no improvement.A week later you are still struggling with the pain and the issues.Now how long have you been in this office.
Courtney about an hour.Chis about an hour, and how much would you say your improvement is right now courtney i mean i can move, i can walk, and it’s like i didn’t sprain both ankles pretty much.Chis okay all right.Courtney that’s pretty phenomenal.Chis absolutely.Courtney hi, i’m courtney.When i came into airrosti an hour ago i had crutches, a boot and an air cast an hour later i can throw these all away because i can walk now.Not only can i walk they made me jump on my toes.
And i’m fine.It barely hurts at all.Cameraman and show us that.Courtney see i can walk, i’m walking.Cameraman and go up on your toes, show us that.Courtney on my toes, i can balance.Not that i had much balance before.Cameraman very cool.Courtney hi this is courtney again.I got treated by airrosti six or seven months ago.I had a double ankle sprain and i went in for one appointment and never had to go back.As you can see my ankles aren’t swollen or bruised or have any pain.I’m doing great.