i am a sensitive pain on the right ankle specifically between the heel and the lower calf making it diffcult, but not impossible to walk with
i make it difficult to get a full step off the foot, which makes for gingerly limping walk; i can go upstairs fine - downstairs not so great
i happened 4 days ago and just now showing signs of bruising around the ankle bone area, inasmuch swelling and pain was immediate after showing up
i was result of a snowboarding incident; while sliding to a stop from a high speed there was a rock 1-2 inches under snow that smacked the bottom of the snowboard while feet were strained on a toe edge
i was checked out at the ER a few days ago where i passed the Achilles Rupture test - the one where i was to resist pressure that was put on the inside/outside and bottom/top of the foot
i was told that i am not an Achilles Rupture but more likely a ligament tear
i was never administrated the Thompson's Test, which makes me skeptical of what i might be
i was given anti-inflammatory medicine (800 mg ibuprofen) and was referred to the RICE technique with cycles of warm compressions
i am apart of a body that walks and stands daily and therefore will be doing a fair deal of weight-bearing, considering my routine
i make it almost impossible (at this point) to stand on toes with, however seem to be improving little by little as time goes on
what am i?
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