San Antonio Spurs’ Tony Parker Out With Ankle Sprain
Tony Parker, a guard for the San Antonio Spurs, sprained his left ankle in Friday night’s game against the Sacramento Kings.
The injury occurred during the third period and forced Parker to leave the game. On Saturday, Parker had an MRI done, which confirmed the ankle sprain. Parker is expected to be out if play for about a month with the ankle injury.
Ankle sprains are a common sports injury and should always be given plenty of time to heal.
If you suffer an ankle sprain while participating in sports activities, you should stop playing, as Parker did, and seek medical attention.
Without a proper examination, it can sometimes be difficult to tell an ankle sprain from an ankle fracture. Also, untreated ankle sprain can have other consequences, such as the development of chronic ankle instability.
For more information on ankle sprains, you can watch our video What Is An Ankle Sprain?
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