How to use Sprain in a sentence

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  • A bad sprain can take several months to get completely better.

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  • A sprain is damage to or tearing of ligaments or a joint capsule.

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  • However, being overweight and generally inactive also increases the chance of developing a strain or sprain.

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  • A school doesn't properly care for a soccer field, resulting in potholes that sprain the player's ankle.

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  • One of the most common injuries carried by the players was a mild ankle sprain.

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  • In a minor sprain some of the fibers within the ligament are stretched.

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  • No, it's a sprain.

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  • This sudden impact forces the head backward or forward outside of its normal movement, causing a ' neck sprain '.

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  • This action results in a sprain, and its seriousness depends on how badly the ligaments are torn.

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  • Any unfamiliar activity that stresses a muscle or joint may cause a strain or sprain.

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  • Grade III sprains are usually immobilized in a cast for several weeks to see if the sprain heals.

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  • A sprain is a partial or complete tear of a ligament, a strong band of tissue that connects bones to one another and stabilizes joints.

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  • Aiming treatment only at those players who had previously suffered a sprain was the most cost-effective approach.

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  • How do I manage an acute sprain or strain?

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  • This sudden impact forces the head backward or forward outside of its normal movement, causing a ' neck sprain ' .

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  • Grade II and III sprains are often seen by a physician, who x rays the area to differentiate between a sprain and a fracture.

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  • It may be necessary for the child to do exercises to strengthen the joint after a serious sprain.

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  • If a child receives a soft tissue injury, such as a strain or sprain, or a bone injury, the best immediate treatment is ice, compression, elevation of the injury, and rest.

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  • Flip flops don't hold your foot in place at all, so one wrong step could cost you an ankle thanks to a sprain or other type of injury.

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  • For example, strains may mean muscle tissue is on the verge of tearing, and a sprain may take a very long time to heal simply because tendons are made of tissue that is slow to repair itself.

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