Ankle Sprain in Frisco, TX

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What is an ankle sprain?

Unfortunate twists or turns of your ankle can quickly become a painful musculoskeletal injury called a sprained ankle. When you traumatize the ligaments in your ankle that hold the bones in place, you may need to see a specialist to help heal your sprain. Our board-certified and fellowship-trained podiatrists, Dr. Richard Swails and Dr. Dustin Lloyd, do an excellent job in consulting patients who had a recent ankle injury to ankles with severely torn ligaments that need surgery.

To diagnose your sprained ankle, you will need to come into our office for a consultation. You may have a referral from another physician, and you can bring images, like x-rays, CT scans, or an MRI, with you to your appointment with Dr. Swails or Dr. Lloyd. You may need to have additional imaging at the request of our podiatrist. To treat acute ankle sprain injuries, many patients are advised to stay off the foot as much as possible, put ice on to help with pain and swelling, and give it time to heal. However, when an ankle is not recovering on its own, there may be more significant damage to the area. It is also possible to injure a sprained ankle over and over by not staying off the foot. Chronic ankle pain and instability may necessitate our podiatrists to evaluate your ankle for surgery. For your convenience, we have an AAAASF-accredited operating room here on-site at Preston Surgery Center if you do need surgery. No matter what your diagnosis, your best interest is always at the forefront of planning out your treatment. We have transparent billing practices. To see how you could benefit from having your sprained ankle treated at Preston Surgery Center, reach out to us at our Frisco, TX location.

Spring into action for an ankle sprain

Call our experienced podiatry team, Drs. Swails and Lloyd at Preston Surgery Center, if you think you have an ankle sprain. Enduring the pain from a sprained ankle may become too much if the inflammation and pain do not go away with rest. We would be happy to discuss having an appointment with one of our podiatrists when you reach out to our team. With the state-of-the-art imaging and expertise of our podiatrists, we can rule out other possible foot conditions and provide you with an accurate diagnosis. Drs. Swails and Lloyd will align your diagnosis to your treatment options for customized ankle sprain care.

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