How Long Does It Take To Heal A Torn Ankle Ligament?

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Hi doctor, I have a question. There are 3 levels for people with sprains, right? The ligament is stretched, partially torn, as well as completely torn. If only light sprains, how about the healing? Do you need to wear a bandage or just massage it? If the ligament is partially torn, how long will it take to heal? What is the difference between the causative factor and the ligament just being stretched? And if this partially torn ligament injury is forced to practice running or dancing, what do you think? Is it getting worse sooner or later? thanks

1 Answer:

Regards,

In patients with ankle ligament injuries, it can occur as a result of trauma or falls, sprains. So that this condition causes inflammation to the point of breaking the ligaments in the ankle area. So that the causes of minor injury to the ligament may be caused by the same cause, but with different implications for the ligament. There are differences in pressure, the force that affects, the position of the trauma, and the load of the activity undertaken as a distinguishing factor for the severity of the ligament injury.

Patients with minor ligament injuries can recover in about 2 weeks, but patients with moderate to severe ligament injuries can undergo a recovery period of about 6-12 weeks with specialist care and treatment.

To define a ligament injury that occurs, direct examination by an orthopedist is required and is also assisted by supporting examinations, either in the form of a CT scan or MRI so that more accurate information is obtained about the implications of the patient's ankle injury.

In patients with minor injuries, applying cold compresses and wraps to the trauma area and reducing the load and ankle movements will be required. Massage in this phase is not recommended. Meanwhile, if the patient has moderate to severe ligament injuries, intensive care is needed to maintain joint stability and prevent the injury from getting worse. Therefore, immobilization of the injured area and treatment by a physiotherapist will help restore this condition. So that if a ligament injury is forced to practice or exercise, it will worsen the ligament injury and can prolong the recovery process.

That is the information we can convey, also read ankle injuries.

dr.Ulfi

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