A Grade 2 sprained ankle is diagnosed when you have torn some of the fibres in the ligaments – usually on the outside of your ankle. If no tear had occurred, you would be confirmed as having a Grade 1 sprain. A Grade 3 sprain is a complete tear, so while you have a painful….
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