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Ankle instability

Rolling an ankle happens to us all. However, some of us roll an ankle and damage the structure that keeps our ankle stable. This ankle injury can lead to feeling of instability and frequent repetitive ankle rolling. It is also from frequent and repetitive ankle rolling. Treating this does not have to mean surgery. Consider a treatment that has been proven to provide ligament stabilization. Prolotherapy or Platelet rich plasma can help your body heal damaged ankle ligaments like the ATFL (Anterior Talofibular ligament) CFL (calcaneofibular ligament) and PTFL (posterior talofibular ligament) as well as the anterior tibiotalar ligament that is injured during a high ankle sprain. This treatment will provide more structural stability and along with daily strengthening can resolved ankle instability.

At The St. George Health and Wellness Group, we have the solutions to your dis-ease. Our regenerative physician, can properly evaluate and suggest treatments other than addictive drugs and surgery. Knee pain, back pain, shoulder pain, Auto Accident, sports injury, we are your Rode Back to Health.

At the Road Back to Health clinic our Doctors will work with you to find the root cause of your pain and treat it in a way to provide long term relief not just a short term fix for the problem.

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