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Ligament Injury

Ligament injury can occur when the ligament is stretched forcefully and results in a sprain. Ankle, knee, wrist, and neck are commonly affected joints. When the ligament is exposed to extreme force (fall or other injuries), it can tear. Vitamin C supplements, rest, and ice compressions can heal ligament injury faster.

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Will cracking bones by chiropractor for relief cause discomfort in future?

Query: Hello doctor, Most often, I have heard from doctors that there is a liquid between every joint which is similar to an oil or grease to gears in the vehicle. They say, when we crack our bone, an element of that liquid gives the cracking sound and if we do it often, then the liquid declines and we can...  Read Full »

Jay Indravadan Patel

Answer: Hello, Welcome to Cracking of joints is not advisable as there is a release of nitrogen molecule which in later stages can give trouble to joints more. In chiropractic practice, there is just unlocking of the joint so that the sensory system which is located over the joint gets releas...  Read Full »

Did I damage my ligament while playing football?

Query: Hi doctor, I was just playing football and got stamped on rather severely. I always get studded, but this one is much worse than the rest. The top side of my foot and a bit to the right has large swelling and pain. Is there any ligament damage? I hope not as it was only the first game of the season....  Read Full »

Shakti Mishra

Answer: Hi, Welcome to I think it might be a grade 3 strain and there is no such tear of ligament. But, it is always good to get confirmation about it. Have an x-ray as soon as possible. You can follow the mentioned points to reduce pain and swelling. Have a pillow under the affected ankle (two...  Read Full »

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