Spraining of the ligaments in your ankle when you roll it/ go over it. Basically when your foot rolls toward the outside.
There are a few, but the one most clinically relevant (because it is the most often damaged in an inversion sprain) is the anterior talofibular ligament.the name of the ligament that provides support against a varus or inversion sprain of the ankle is the what?Deltoidlateral ankle ligament.
The most common type is the inversion ankle sprain, in which the ankle rolls over on the outside.
The name of the ligament that provides support against a varus or inversion sprain of the ankle is the lateral ankle ligament. It is also called the anterior talofibular ligament .
Technically you can not sprain your pelvis it's self. You can sprain your hip however, this is because a sprain is located in a joint.
A sprain is soft tissue damage. You cannot sprain a bone. You can sprain your thumb, just not the bone itself.
The future tense is "will sprain"
A sprain of the lumbar vertebrata.
to sprain (verb) = nakÃ¡ (× ×§×¢) sprain (noun) = nÃ©ka (× ×§×¢)
An ankle sprain
a sprain happens if a ligament is torn
You will sprain your ankle.
Spraint an Indian name for otter dung