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A sprain is an injury to a ligament. A sprain is an injury to a muscle or tendon.

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What is the between a strain and a sprain?

Strain - muscle/tendons Sprain - ligaments


What is differwnce between strain and sprain?

A strain is an injury to a muscle and/or tendon. A sprain is caused by the indirect or direct trauma.


What is the difference between a muscle strain and tendons?

A sprain is an injury in which a muscle is overstretched or torn. Tendinitis is an injury that occurs when a tendon becomes inflamed or torn. That's the difference between a muscle sprain and tendinitis.


What is the difference between and sprain a strain and a fracture?

A strain is an overstretched or "pulled" or torn muscle. a sprain is an overstretched or torn ligament (holds bones together at a joint), and a fracture is a crack, chip, break or crush of a bone.


What is the difference between a sprain a strain and a fracture?

A strain is an overstretched or "pulled" or torn muscle. a sprain is an overstretched or torn ligament (holds bones together at a joint), and a fracture is a crack, chip, break or crush of a bone.


What is the difference a muscle strain and tendonitis?

A sprain is an injury in which a muscle is overstretched or torn. Tendinitis is an injury that occurs when a tendon becomes inflamed or torn. That's the difference between a muscle sprain and tendinitis.


What correctly compares a sprain to a strain?

A sprain affects the bone, while a strain does no


What is the difference between a sprained knee vs strained knee?

A sprain refers to the overstretching of ligaments. A strain reders to the overstretching of muscles.


What statement correctly compares a sprain to a strain?

A sprain affects the bone, while a strain does no


Explain the difference between a sprain a strain and a fracture?

Strain is the inflammation and pain associated with overuse or hyper extension of a joint and it's connective tissues. Sprain is the partial or complete breaking of the tendons and/ or ligaments of any joint. A fracture is the partial or complete breakage of bones.


What is worse sprain or strain?

sprane


How do you prevent a sprain or strain?

by taking care of yourself

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