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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Is there really a sprained ankle cure?


    If you came here looking for a sprained ankle cure, chances are you are currently resting up with that exact injury. It’s a painful thing to experience, to be sure, especially since sprains can vary from mild ones to those that involve a complete tear to at least one ligament in the ankle. This takes a while to heal fully, and in a few cases, surgery might be needed to provide additional stability in the joint in the future.

    So, is there anything you can do to cure the sprain, or to make it heal more quickly? The first thing to do is to ensure it is a sprain. Sometimes, a fracture can be identical to a sprain, so you need to check it to make sure you’re not actually coping with a fracture when you think you have a sprain.

    Looking for a sprained ankle cure

    Once you know you do have a sprain, you can follow the RICE protocol. This means resting your ankle, icing it to help bring down the swelling and bring out any bruising, compressing it by using a bandage or sports tape to support it, and finally, elevating it. Resting it in a raised position – whether this is during the day or at night while you are in bed – is also important in reducing the swelling and helping ease the pressure on the injured joint.

    Sadly, there is no miracle cure for a sprained ankle. It must simply be given time to heal properly. Trying to walk on it again too quickly can potentially lead to more problems in the future.

    Could you claim anything in compensation for your sprain?

    This depends on how you did it. Was it simply an unfortunate accident, or was someone else at fault? Did you trip on a hazard or slip on something spilled on the floor that wasn’t cleared up, perhaps in a supermarket or shopping hall, or somewhere else cleaners were responsible for maintaining?

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    If you think a claim could be a possibility, Accident Advice Helpline could provide the answers today. A quick call to our advisors on 0800 689 0500 (or on 0333 500 0993 from a mobile) will give you access to the information you need – and at no obligation to continue with a potential claim, either. We hope this will help with your sprained ankle cure.

    Date Published: March 2, 2017

    Author: Rob Steen

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