Sprained Injury Services

A sprain is an injury in which the fibers of one or more ligaments are torn, usually caused by either trauma or a body joint being taken beyond its functional range of motion. These tears can range from minor (partially torn) to major (complete rupture). Sprains can happen in any joint of the body, but most often occur in the ankle, knee, and wrist.

Symptoms of sprains include pain, swelling, bruising, and decreased mobility and effectiveness of the injured limb — generally, the worse your symptoms, the worse the severity of the sprain. While minor sprains can be treated through rest, ice, compression, and elevation, more severe ones should be examined by a doctor to ensure there is no fracture or soft-tissue damage.

We know how bothersome, and even disruptive, a sprain can be, so whether you sprained something playing basketball or stepping off a curb, PrimaCare Medical Centers can diagnose the severity of the sprain and get it treated properly to minimize the risk of re-injury or recurring issues.

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