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Sprains & Strains: Types & Treatment Document List

This page contains the full list of articles and documents from the Disabled World Sprains and Strains category. Though some documents may have since been updated, or revised, they are still listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.

Publication List

Sprains & Strains: Types & Treatment
2011-05-19 : Tips for Healthy Feet : Hints and tips including home remedies to help relieve sweaty and smelly foot odor.
2009-05-01 : Chronic Ankle Pain May be More than a Sprain : Chronic ankle pain may actually be the result of injuries to the peroneal tendons.
2009-02-20 : Sharp Neck Pain could be a Strain or Sprain : Have you ever woken up and felt a sharp pain in your neck the reason may be a sprain or strain in the lower back area of your neck.
2009-02-20 : Causes of Ankle Sprains : Step on the sidewalk the wrong way and twist your ankle sprains are unavoidable and happen whether you participate in a sport or not.
2009-02-17 : Repetitive Strain Injury - RSI : Information and treatment options for RSI repetitive strain injury from continuous use of computer keyboards and musical instruments.
2009-02-17 : Sprained Ankle Treatment : Information on treating a sprained ankle severity of an ankle sprain depends whether the ligament is stretched partially torn or completely torn.

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