Ankle Ligament Damage

Ankle Ligament Damage occurs when the ligaments that support the ankle stretch beyond their limits and tear. Ligament damage ranges from mild to severe, depending upon how much damage is done. Without proper treatment and rehabilitation, a more severe sprain can weaken your ankle—making it more likely that you will injure it again.

Common symptoms of ankle ligament damage include swelling bruising, tenderness to touch and instability of the ankle.

Common treatment options for ankle ligament damage include crutches, embolization.