Most of the time the trauma is underestimated, also because of the desire/need to return to walking, playing or simply resuming normal daily life.

Distortions of the ankles are one of the most frequent causes of injury to sportsmen and women, so much so that at least 30% of people who practice sports have had an “ankle injury” at least once in their lives.

However, ankles that are not perfectly healed or strengthened, can create postural problems and especially lend themselves to relapses, which are often of a greater magnitude than the first sprain.

The goal is precisely to respect the body’s healing process and intervene at each stage, so as to assist tissue repair and simultaneously strengthen and stabilize the structures involved.

How does the treatment work?

The proposed recovery protocol involves intervening immediately after the trauma with lymphatic drainage sessions to reduce edema and pain, followed by zinc oxide bandages, Tensoplast, followed by manual and instrumental therapies aimed at restoring the functionality of the ankle and strengthening the muscles.

This method of work accelerates healing time and simultaneously avoids recurrences in the future. In case of injury, it is essential to start the first treatment as early as 12 hours after the traumatic event. Sprains have a complete healing time ranging from 20 days to 2 months depending on the severity of the injury.

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