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New York Jets’ Chris Ivory Injures Ankle During Game

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Chris Ivory, running back for the New York Jets, injured his ankle Sunday during a game against the Baltimore Ravens, which the Jets ended up losing to the Ravens 19-3.

The injured ankle was x-rayed and apparently no bone damage was visible, but more testing was scheduled to be performed today (Monday, November 25) on the ankle.

It is suspected that Ivory has suffered a high ankle sprain, but at this point it is not clear how the injury will affect Ivory’s performance on the field. The running back did not come out of the game immediately after the injury and continued to play through the second half.

Hopefully, the injury isn’t one that will keep him out for long. We will have to wait for more information and for the results of his tests to see, but we wish Ivory the best and hope the injury is not significant.

It is not recommended for an athlete to continue playing on an injury. This can cause more damage, sometimes even permanent damage, and can lead to more time out of play in the future while the injury heals.

If you sustain an injury while playing sports, we recommend that you stop playing and have the injury evaluated before you continue.

To contact our office for an appointment, call us at (888) 713-0906 or request an appointment online.

Category: Common Sport Injuries

Matthew D. Neuhaus, DPM, FACFAS
Podiatrist, Board Certified Surgeon and Founder of Neuhaus Foot and Ankle

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