Professional Lindon Ankle Fractures Treatment & Diagnosis
Suspect you may have fractured your ankle bone, but aren't sure? Make an appointment with our podiatrists to get a professional diagnosis and treatment plan.
If a fractured ankle has been keeping you from doing the things you love, then you need professional treatment to get back on your feet! Living in pain is never fun, and we are here to help you get the relief you need. It's always best to seek immediate treatment if you think you have fractured your ankle, so as to avoid possible long-term problems.
Get Back to Living Pain-Free
Fractured ankles can be caused by a lot of common activities, such as sports, running, or even a simple misstep while going up or down the stairs. The fracture can range from a simple break in the bone to several related fractures.
Lindon ankle fractures have a variety of different treatments based on the type of fracture and symptoms you are experiencing. Some may require that you not put weight on your ankle for several months, and some may be treated by wearing a brace or boot.
How Do I Know if I've Broken or Fractured My Ankle?
You always want to have your ankle evaluated by a professional doctor if you are in pain. Some of the symptoms that may let you know you have possible fractured your ankle include:
- Immediate and sharp pain
- Swelling around the joint
- Bruising around the joint
- Inability to place weight on your injured foot
- Out of place joint / ankle looks odd
Friendly Service & Individualized Care
Rogers Foot & Ankle has a team of specialty-trained doctors who are dedicated to helping you get to the root of your foot problems.
We work carefully with all our patients to provide a high level of individualized care. We want to help you get to the root of your problem so that you get the short or long-term care you need, along with tips to prevent problems that could occur in the future.