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-Ankle sprains are common to all, irrespective of your age or activity level. It occurs when you twist or roll your ankle in an unusual way. This unnatural tweaking stretches or tears the strong ligaments that hold your ankle bones together, causing excruciating pain and swelling in the affected area. The pain worsens with time. The sooner you consult with a physiotherapist, the quicker you get relief from the pain.
-Physiotherapy does wonders when it comes to treating ankle sprains. The licensed physiotherapist aims to strengthen the joints and muscles surrounding the ankles. The team at Townline Physiotherapy examines your range of motion and strength to identify the severity of the sprain.
We prepare an effective and personalized treatment plan based on the severity of your ankle sprain.

Visit Townline Physiotherapy for Perfect Ankle Sprain Treatment

Regular sessions of physiotherapy at Townline Physiotherapy will help you return to normal activities healthily. We guide you with exercises and retraining activities to help you get rid of the ankle sprain.

What are the Symptoms of Ankle Sprains?

The common symptoms are:

  • Pain
  • Bruising
  • Tenderness in the ankle
  • Instability in the ankle
  • Swelling
  • Limited range of motion
  • A ‘pop’ sound at the time of injury

What happens in Ankle Sprains?

Excruciating pain and swelling occur in ankle sprains. But what exactly happens when you twist your ankle abnormally? Let’s find out.


Ligaments keep bones connected throughout the body. Similarly, these ligaments keep the bones in your ankle in the right position. The ligaments are also responsible for stabilizing the joints, which in turn helps us stand, run and walk appropriately.


When the ligaments surrounding the ankle are injured, it causes ankle sprains.


In most cases, ankle sprains occur due to an inversion injury to the lateral ligaments on the external side of the ankle. In some cases, however, an eversion injury to the deltoid ligaments of the ankle can cause a sprain.

-The ankle becomes unstable in the initial injury phase because of a tear in the ligaments. The instability increases with time.

Benefits of Physiotherapy on Ankle Sprains

The physiotherapist works with you to help you recover quickly from ankle sprains. The impacts of physiotherapy on ankle sprains are:

Book your consultation now to get a step closer to good health and wellbeing