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  • Prolotherapy Ankle Pain Treatments - An ankle sprain is a common injury where one or more ligaments of the ankle become overstretched or torn, typically due to the ankle suddenly turning out. Once an ankle ligament is overstretched, the susceptibility to chronic ankle sprains becomes higher. Ligaments are taut tissues holding the ankle joint together and providing for smooth steps and strong jumps. When the ankle ligaments, such as the anterior talofibular ligament, become damaged the joint becomes unstable. There are three types of ankle sprain, separated into grades of severity. The first, a grade one sprain, is the least severe. This occurs when the ...

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