Sprains and Strains: Types and Treatment Information | Publication List

Summary: Our data table below features 6 published articles, research papers, and documents from our Sprains and Strains category. While certain items in the list may have undergone updates, rewrites, replacements, or revisions, the default order of the table below organizes data by descending publication date. However, you can search and sort the information by clicking on the column headers - data sorting requires JavaScript to be enabled in your browser.

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Sprains and Strains Publications
Title of
Document
Publication
Type
Publish
Date
Updated
Date
Tips for Healthy Feet2011/05/192022/03/31
Chronic Ankle Pain May be More than a Sprain2009/05/012015/02/16
Sharp Neck Pain could be a Strain or Sprain2009/02/202011/05/13
Causes of Ankle Sprains2009/02/202013/03/24
Repetitive Strain Injury - RSI2009/02/172013/06/16
Sprained Ankle Treatment2009/02/172010/06/30

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