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I've a bad ligament tear in my right ankle. but when i move my toes in the upwards direction I feel extreme pain in the mid section of my foot is this due to the ligament tear?
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Dr. Vishwas Virmani (PT)
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ice pack for 15 ,min Get a custom made insole. Hams Stretching. Sports Taping.
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Dear friend Please take few session's of laser therapy as it penetrates deep and heel the inner soft tissues very quickly. At home please keep repeating ice packs as much as you can do, Min 5 to 6 times a day. You will surely see the difference  within days.
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It will take time to heal. It's own in 10 days with bandage with supine lying leg elevation. PRICE-prevention -rest-icing -compression-elevation is the formula to heal. After that you need 7-10 session for proper ankle rehabilitation
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Venkat Raghav
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Hello... Ligament tear has to heal on its own... You rest the toe for some days.. You must consult orthopedic surgeon.. X ray is required to know the extent of injury... You can take painkillers if needed But you have to rest the limb...
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