A sprain affects the bone, while a strain does no
A mild sprain - actually any sprain - is very dependent on your age. If you're under 25, a mild sprain should be healed completely in 10 days. If you're past fifty, the same mild sprain will take a month to heal.
What happens when you sprain your ankle?Answer:Your bones crack and bind, but it does not break.
If you sprain your ankle in the morning, you could experience swelling and difficulty in walking.
a sprain happens if a ligament is torn
That is the correct spelling of "sprain" (an over-stretched ligament or muscle).
i sprained my anckle ?
The definition of a sprain is the tearing or stretching of ligaments. Sprains are usually classified in severity from grade I through grade III. To answer your question a twisted ankle can result in a grade I through III sprain or no sprain at all depending on the severity of the trauma (twisting).
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.
You nailed it; it is definition, as you have in your question.
The correct definition of Emma is Grandma.
A sprain is soft tissue damage. You cannot sprain a bone. You can sprain your thumb, just not the bone itself.
A sprain of the lumbar vertebrata.
The definition of correct would be something that coincides with the truth and is free from error. Something that is factual and accurate would be correct.
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An ankle sprain