Ankle sprain

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2 year back I had ankle sprain while playing basketball . I have still bad pain in my ankle. 

Please suggest what to do, I have already wasted my time and money by showing to number of doctors. 

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    You really need to take care of this. That was my story for my years and it got progressively worst. You need a good MRI on that foot. You may have a tear on one of the tendons (in my case was the the peroneal). Try using a walking cast for 2 weeks. If that doesn't resolve you may need to repair the tendon. Ice and elevate for now.

     

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    Hey Mahima,

    Sorry to hear of your chronic ankle problem.

    I couldn't begin to guess the exact nature of your underlying ankle issues since you provided only the skimpiest of detail.

    It's safe to say though that your sports injury was not properly treated 2 years ago, and any soft tissue affected by your injury (that includes a litany of soft squishy bits like muscles, ligaments, tendons, fascia, joint capsules, etc.) has not healed and has probably progressed to chronic dysfunction stage.

    You said you have seen doctors about it but you considered that a waste of time and money.

    Not so fast. I would take poster Lisa's advice and seek medical attention. This time make sure your physician is highly qualified in ankle sports injuries. When you see the doctor absolutely insist on a plain language explanation of your issue, and what can be done to get you back to recovery.

    If you leave your ankle problem unaddressed you run the risk of chronic ankle disability later.

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    Hi Mishima! I am sorry about your painful ankle. I think the person who mentioned you getting an MRI is a good idea. They give a more accurate in depth detail of your ankle condition. Health care shouldn't be so expensive. Sometimes Doctors aren't that helpful. At least with getting an MRI, you and the doctor will know what the problem is followed by the appropriate treatment. You didn't mention whether or not you had any X-rays. If not, perhaps that is an option too. I hope you are pain free soon!

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    I am sorry to have spelled your name wrong Mahima. That will teach me to not reread what I wrote.
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