Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry Suffers Ankle Sprain Once Again
Stephen Curry, point guard for the Golden State Warriors, has injured his ankle once again and was forced to sit out the last part of Monday night’s game against the Toronto Raptors due to the injury.
The good news is that the ankle sprain appears to be mild and Curry should be back on the court very soon.
Curry missed two games already this month due to a sprain in the same ankle, his right ankle. The player has had surgery on the ankle twice before and obviously he is still having trouble with it.
Ankle sprains, a common sports injury, require a lot of rest and time to rehabilitate. It is important to seek medical treatment for ankle sprains and to treat them properly. Untreated ankle sprains can lead to chronic ankle instability.
Symptoms of an ankle sprain may include pain, swelling, and/or bruising. These symptoms usually occur following an injury or a twist.
If you believe you have sprained you ankle and would like to have it evaluated, you can contact our office at 615-220-888 or at our toll-free number 888-713-0906. You can also request an appointment online.
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