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  • A minor sprain is a common injury that can affect the ankle, knee, or foot, causing pain and discomfort. Sprains occur when the ligaments that connect bones and support joints are stretched or torn. This can happen due to sudden twists, falls, or impacts during activities like sports, exercise, or even daily routines.

    Symptoms of a Minor Sprain

    • Pain: A sharp or throbbing pain at the site of the injury.
    • Swelling: Swelling around the injured joint, which can start soon after the injury occurs.
    • Bruising: Discoloration due to blood pooling under the skin.
    • Limited Mobility: Difficulty moving the affected joint due to pain and swelling.
    • Tenderness: Sensitivity to touch around the injured area.

    When to Seek Medical Attention

    While minor sprains can often be treated at home, it's essential to seek medical attention if you experience severe pain, can't move or bear weight on the joint, or if the swelling and bruising worsen. Proper diagnosis and treatment can prevent complications and ensure a speedy recovery.

    Walk In Clinic of NYC is Here to Help!

    We understand that a minor sprain can disrupt your normal life. That's why at Walk In Clinic of NYC, we are here to help you. Our compassionate and professional team is here to offer you the best diagnosis and treatment and speed up your recovery. We provide services for extended hours- six days a week and accept almost all major health insurance plans.

    Don’t let a minor sprain be a reason for you to slow down. Visit our facility for urgent and expert care!

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