Sprained Ankle Appointments in Nampa, ID

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Maninder Kaur, NP

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"Maninder was very knowledgeable and knew exactly which meds were best for me and my condition. The appointment was rapid but clear and concise. I honestly could not have been more pleased and I have saved the site on my desktop so that its handy for the future."

Abdelrahim Abu-Shtaiah, FNP-BC

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Danielle Desroches, NP

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"This provider was wonderful. She was on time, she listened to my concerns and was able to send my antibiotics to the pharmacy before they closed for the night! I'm so grateful I didn't have to wait for the morning to start the medication. Would definitely recommend this provider!"

Joseph Isibor, APRN

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"Joseph was fantastic, attentive caring and knowledgeable. By far the best provider I have ever seen."

Mercy Kendry, NP

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"Mercy was excellent - knowledgeable, fast and efficient. She knew exactly my diagnosis and gave me tips for my symptoms as well as prescription. Very friendly"

Patrick Curry, NP

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"Patrick was warm professional and very prompt. Would most definitely recommend him."

Tod Work, NP

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"He was knowledgeable and didn't rush me and took the time to ask questions. It was a great experience and I would use him again."

Shannon Leake, NP

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"Shannon Leake is amazing"

Amaechi Ozor, NP

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Dr. Mohammad Khan, MD

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"Listened to my concerns and addressed. Very satisfied. Quick and easy appointment."

Vanquiece Lindsey Smith, FNP-BC

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Angela Danforth, FNP-C

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Dr. Esther Ngare, MD

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Dr. Kenneth Akey, MD

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"Dr. Akey is a wonderful doctor. We will definitely schedule with him again. He was caring and knowledgable. He offered us valuable medical advice. "

Danielle Carrera, DNP

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Ijeoma Ononenyi, APRN

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Monica Orozco Cantillo, NP

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About Sprained ankle

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Sprains are injuries that occur when a ligament is stretched or torn. Ankle sprains occur when the ankle joint is rolled or turned in an awkward way that stretches or tears this thick band of tissue. Ankle sprains frequently happen as you land on your ankle while walking, jumping, or running.

Symptoms of a sprained ankle will differ depending on how severe the injury is.

Symptoms include:

  • Pain in the affected area
  • Swelling
  • Bruising
  • Instability (especially on the affected area)
  • Loss of mobility

Sprains commonly occur in individuals who:

- Play sports or engage in high-impact exercise routines. This injury is especially common in basketball players, football players, soccer players, and runners.

- Are out of shape or are overweight. Carrying excess weight can put added pressure on your joints. Similarly, a lack of strength and flexibility in the ankle joints can increase the risk of spraining ligaments near the bone.

- Have a history of ankle sprains. You are more likely to reinjure your ankle joint if you have injured it before.

- Wear improper shoes. Shoes that don’t fit or do not provide adequate support can increase your risk of an ankle injury.


Sprained ankles are among the most common sports injuries. In many cases, they can be treated with simple self-care methods and over-the-counter medication. If you are experiencing pain or swelling in your ankle joint, talk to a health care provider. While sprained ankles are usually relatively mild injuries, they can lead to chronic pain and arthritis if left untreated. A doctor or provider can examine the affected ankle, and recommend diagnostic testing (such as an MRI or X-ray scan) if they feel that the injury is severe. Treating a sprained ankle early can prevent future injury and pain.

Treatment Options

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Most cases of sprained ankles are mild and can be treated with widely available methods. During your appointment, talk to your provider about treatment plans that might be right for you.
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