Monday, 25 January 2016 21:08

Philadelphia Eagles Nolan Carroll Suffers Broken Ankle

broken ankle428-year-old Nolan Carroll of the Philadelphia Eagles suffered a broken ankle in the game against the Detroit Lions. Carroll injured his ankle while in run support and could not continue the game. He had to be carried off of the field. Carroll played as part of the defense for the Eagles, but his broken ankle injury will end the season. Carroll “played 99 percent of the Eagles’ defensive snaps,” and was “a big part of the fight of our defense,” said defensive coordinator Bill Davis.

Broken ankles need immediate treatment. If you have any concerns regarding gout, consult with The Podiatry Care Center from Dr. Rhonda Nelson. Our doctor will assist you with all of your foot and ankle needs.

Broken Ankles

A broken ankle is experienced when a person fractures their tibia or fibula in the lower leg and ankle area. Both of these bones are attached at the bottom of the leg and combine to form what we know to be our ankle.

When a physician is referring to a break of the ankle, he or she is usually referring to a break in the area where the tibia and fibula are joined to create our ankle joint. Ankles are more prone to fractures because the ankle is an area that suffers a lot of pressure and stress. There are some obvious signs when a person experiences a fractured ankle, and the following symptoms may be present.

Symptoms of a Fractured Ankle

●     Excessive pain when the area is touched or when any pressure is placed on the ankle

●     Swelling around the area

●     Bruising of the area

●     Area appears to be deformed

If you suspect an ankle fracture, it is recommended to seek treatment as soon as possible. The sooner you have your podiatrist diagnose the fracture, the quicker you’ll be on the way towards recovery.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office located in Glenn Dale, MD. We offer the newest diagnostic and treatment technologies for all your foot care needs.

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