Physical examination could help predict risk of osteoarthritis after ankle sprain

Pain, swelling, and impaired motion within a year of an ankle sprain are associated with signs of early ankle osteoarthritis, according to research from the Netherlands that could help clinicians identify and intervene early in at-risk patients.

Pain, swelling, and impaired motion within a year of an ankle sprain are associated with signs of early ankle osteoarthritis, according to research from the Netherlands that could help clinicians identify and intervene early in at-risk patients.

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Physical examination could help predict risk of osteoarthritis after ankle sprain