Treatment for Sprains, Strains, Fractures, and Sports Injuries
Don't wait to seek treatment for your foot or ankle injury. The sooner you're on the mend, the sooner you're back to living your life to the fullest again. All too often when faced with a potentially serious ankle injury people ignore the signs and don’t take the proper steps to ensure healing.
Whether you're an athlete, leading an active lifestyle, or a sports fan who prefers the view from the bleacher seats no one likes being sidelined by foot and ankle injuries. Our podiatrists understand that your first priority after an accident is healing as quickly as possible, and we work hard to get you back on your feet as soon as possible.
If you are suffering from a foot or ankle injury contact the foot and ankle specialists in Long Beach by calling 888-703-9826.
Treatment of Sprains, Strains, Fractures and Common Foot & Ankle Injuries
If you suspect that you have broken or sprained your foot or ankle, it is essential that you seek medical attention right away. Walking around on an injury can only make it worse over time; acting quickly helps ensure a faster, more thorough healing process. Injuries we treat in both of our Long Beach foot care offices include:
Sprained Ankles: Sprained ankles are one of the most common injuries because it's so easy for anyone to be affected. One misstep or roll of the foot can result in the ankle joint twisting or turning, causing the ligaments to stretch beyond their normal range.
Foot and Ankle Stress Fractures: A stress fracture is an overuse injury, they are one of the few foot and ankle injuries that take a while to develop. A stress fracture is a small crack in the bone that develops when the muscles are too tired, the muscle system transfers the stress and pressure to the bones instead. Stress fractures are most common in runners, athletes and other physically active people.
Foot and Ankle Fractures: A fracture is also more commonly known as a broken bone. Like sprains, they can truly happen to anyone. However, they are more common in active individuals and people who have been in car accidents.
Turf Toe: Turf toe can affect many different athletes and it occurs when a toe is forcibly bent upward—like when someone is pushing off into a sprint—and the big toe becomes sprained. There are different grades of severity when it comes to turf toe, so be sure to see a doctor before trying to treat it on your own.
Injured Foot or Ankle?
Don't wait to seek treatment for your foot or ankle injury! The sooner you're on the mend, the sooner you're back to living your life to the fullest. If you have a foot or ankle injury contact one of our foot specialists today.
Sol Foot & Ankle Centers has three offices, so wherever you live in the Long Beach area, we're sure to be close by. We even have Saturday appointments available, so you don't have to worry about finding the time to come in; our goal is to make things as easy as possible for you. Contact us today to schedule your appointment by 888-703-9826.