Sports Injuries Treatment at White Oaks Foot & Ankle Clinic in Edmonton
Small tears in the Achilles tendon can lead to Achilles tendonitis, which is a progressively degenerative condition.
When the ligaments that provide stability to the ankle are injured, an ankle sprain occurs. This is common for those who play sports on uneven ground.
Wearing ill-fitted shoes or playing on hard surfaces can result in heel pain. This can often lead to plantar fasciitis, which is not easily treatable.
What to Do About Your Sports Injury?
Any athletic injuries, such as broken bones or profuse bleeding require urgent treatment administered by a professional. Less serious injuries, such as sprains, may first be handled at home using the RICE method: rest your wounded foot, partially ice the area, apply pressure to the leg, and raise your foot over your heart.
When the swelling and suffering have been reduced, you can contact our podiatrist at White Oaks Foot & Ankle Clinic.