jump off the bed and land on your ankle
A sprain is caused when you rupture a ligament in a joint. Causes may be from tripping or jumping off something and landing bad.
Relax, don't stress, don't move to quickly, sitting with a pillow around it helps aswell I have broken mine an it doesn't feel good I have to admit! Just be careful :)
Well if you are trying to do so, DON'T! It's NOT fun at all. You can break or sprain your ankle by falling and landing crooked on your foot, getting in a car crash, all "wonderful" options
Technically you can not sprain your pelvis it's self. You can sprain your hip however, this is because a sprain is located in a joint.
A sprain is soft tissue damage. You cannot sprain a bone. You can sprain your thumb, just not the bone itself.
Yeah I got hit with one and broke my ankle.
The R.I.C.E method. No, not rice! Rest, ice, compression, and elevation. Don't use your sprain unless you have to. Put some ice on it, it'll feel better n no time. Compress the sprain by wrapping it in an elastic bandage. This will help support it, so it doesn't move and put more strain on the sprain. Elevate it on a cushion or pillow, as to keep the sprain above the patient's heart if at all possible. And by the way, a torn ligament and a sprain are the same thing! So, hopefully this will help with your torn ligament (sprain). while i agree with most of the above answer, the statement about a sprain and a torn ligament being the same are not. it depends on the severity of the sprain. a grade 1 sprain may have overstretched the ligament where a grade 2 has actually torn the ligament so that part is inaccurate. just thought i would add that extra information since i recently suffered a grade 3 strain (torn ligament) that required surgery!
A sprain of the lumbar vertebrata.
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A sprain is an injury to a ligament. A sprain is an injury to a muscle or tendon.
You will sprain your ankle.
The future tense is "will sprain"
a sprain happens if a ligament is torn
Spraint an Indian name for otter dung
There is one syllable in the word 'sprain'.
Sprained is the past tense of sprain.
As weird as it sounds you can actually sprain your knee!
Well i dont know anyone who has done this,but then you also can. So what i have hear you may not be used to doing it or you fall on it while landing. So I hope this helped
While it isn't as common as a sprained ankle or wrist, yes, you can sprain your arm. You can sprain most body parts.
It doesn't. You can sprain ligaments also.
Each time you sprain your ankle you pull or completely tear a ligament in your ankle. So basicaly everytime you sprain your ankle it is getting weaker and weaker each time!
Ankle sprains happen when the foot twists, rolls or turns beyond its normal motions. A great force is transmitted upon landing. You can sprain your ankle if the foot is planted unevenly on a surface, beyond the normal force of stepping. This causes the ligaments to stretch beyond their normal range in an abnormal position.
A mild sprain - actually any sprain - is very dependent on your age. If you're under 25, a mild sprain should be healed completely in 10 days. If you're past fifty, the same mild sprain will take a month to heal.