The Cause Is Still Often Pain After Ankle Injury?
I want to ask. I had a left ankle injury when I was in junior high school then I injured my left ankle one year ago. At that time I had a massage and was able to walk. But until now, sometimes there are still rheumatic pain around my left ankle, so what should I do? Please let me know thank you
From the information that you have conveyed, repeated ankle injuries and then you can walk well and there are no complaints, it is possible that the trauma you experienced did not cause damage to ligaments, joints, blood vessels and nerves or surrounding muscles. So you can carry out the function of your feet properly again after treatment.
However, if the trauma has been going on for a long time, and you currently feel pain or often feel a relapse of rheumatic pain in your ankle, it is possible that this complaint can be caused by:
1. Your workload increases
2. The focus on your ankle increases
3. You have re-traumatized even if it's minor
4. rheumatic disorders
5. weight gain
6. Walk or stand too long
7. lack of sleep every day
To determine the cause of your complaints, you should consult directly with an orthopedic doctor for an examination and evaluation. The doctor will perform blood tests or x-rays as indicated. Thus, it can help determine the cause.
Treatment will be given after the doctor gets information from the results of the examination obtained.
That's the information we can convey, also read about ankle trauma.