Usually rolling the ankle laterally would do this. I can think of a couple other instances, but most lateral ankle sprains are caused by rolling, either from landing off balance or misplanting the forefoot.
An ankle sprain
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 .
idk but i really want to sprain my ankle because when you brake a foot that means you snaped a bone in half but when you sprain your ankle that means that your ankle bone tore
the lateral malleolus is the bony prominence on the outside of your ankle. it is commonly referred to as the ankle. an avulsion to this structure is when part of it is forceably broken away from the maleolus.
The most common type is the inversion ankle sprain, in which the ankle rolls over on the outside.
You will sprain your ankle.
nothing happens to your bones when you sprain your ankle as far as I know 'cause when your sprain your ankle you're stretching the liagaments nothte bones But you can damage the bone some how during an ankle sprain 'cause I did it some how don't know though
It's a sprain in the upper ligament of your ankle. These are usually much more painful and take longer to heal. (I had one about 2 months ago and they suck). The only good part is that with a high ankle sprain there is less of a chance of recurring problems as compared to a low ankle sprain aka. regular sprain.
Yes. The amount of swelling depends on several things, such as how bad the sprain is, how strong your ankle is, whether this is your first sprain, and how fast you get ice and compression on it.
Sprain your ankle
This is what a foot sprain would feel like. Pain with movement or activity over the affected site. Swelling on the outside or inside of the foot or ankle. Walking with a limp. Bruising around the inside or outside of the foot or ankle. Hope you feel better. #Sabrina