The best way to heal a broken ankle is by taking proper treatment and following a healthy diet. Let’s have a look at the how a broken ankle heals through proper treatment.
An ankle fracture is one of the most frequent type of fractures experienced by people. When diagnosed with a broken bone, it’s essential to allow the bone to heal completely. If a fracture does not heal properly, it can result in complications such as permanent injury which may often need surgery in order to correct the problem. Healing this type of injury requires plenty of rest and there is no method to speed up this process. A broken bone will take its own time to heal.
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The symptoms of a broken ankle often include severe pain immediately after injury. The ankle may become swollen and bruised. The ankle may also be tender to the touch and the individual will be unable to apply pressure or body weight over it. Treating an ankle fracture as soon as possible is important. For more information, please feel free to ask Dr. Jimenez or contact us at (915) 850-0900.
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