Neuragenex Nfpm Treatment For Ankle Sprains in Bluffdale, Utah

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Stop Pain From Ankle Sprains Today

Ankle sprains account for roughly 40 percent of all ankle-related injuries. In fact, they are very common — it’s estimated that 2 million ankle sprains occur every year. 

Anyone who has experienced an ankle sprain knows how painful and debilitating it can be. If you have an ankle sprain, it can be painful to simply put weight on your foot, making it challenging to walk or run, much less to stand.

Although basic ankle sprains will generally heal with time, they are one of the most recurrent injuries. Around 40 percent of people who have suffered ankle sprains will develop chronic symptoms, including pain, instability, swelling, and recurrent sprains.

We can help reduce chronic pain caused by ankle sprains using our unique pain management approach to treatment. Following our protocol can help reduce pain levels, and improve mobility and stability.

  • Restless nights in pain
  • Living a sedentary life
  • Struggling to get around
  • Depending on painkillers
  • Walking and running without pain
  • Enjoying a more active lifestyle
  • Exercising without pain
  • Having completely pain-free days

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What Causes Pain From Ankle Sprains?

Ankle sprains happen when the ligaments that support the ankle joint are overstretched or torn. This can occur due to a sudden twisting of the ankle, such as when running or playing sports, or from a hard fall onto the ankle. The force required to cause a sprain varies from person to person, depending on their fitness level and age.

When the ligaments surrounding the ankle are stretched or torn, they can no longer provide proper support to the joint. This causes pain and tenderness, as well as swelling and bruising. Depending on the ankle sprain’s severity, it can also lead to decreased range of motion in the ankle and difficulty bearing weight on the joint.

People at higher risk of developing ankle sprains include athletes, people with poor balance, and those with a history of previous ankle sprains. Age is also a factor, as older people are less likely to have the flexibility or strength to support their weight during sudden movements that can lead to sprains.

Neuragenex NFPM For Ankle Sprain

We follow the NeuragenexNeurofunctional Pain Management approach to treating ankle sprains. This means that we focus on understanding the underlying mechanisms of the pain and use a combination of effective and safe treatments to reduce it.

Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management is designed to help patients manage their ankle sprain pain, improve joint functionality and stability, and avoid more invasive treatments. We utilize a combination of electroanalgesia, IV therapy, and lifestyle counseling for a more holistic, long-term approach to pain relief.

Additionally, our protocol avoids the need to rely on pain medications (which can lead to side effects and addiction), surgery (which can result in complications, such as injuries or infections), or chiropractic treatment (which is scientifically unproven and can also result in further injuries).

The following is a brief explanation of the therapies that we utilize to achieve long-term pain relief from ankle sprains:

Electroanalgesia For Ankle Sprains in Bluffdale, Utah

Electroanalgesia therapy is an FDA-approved pain management technique where electrical stimulation is used to reduce pain in various ways. It does this by delivering a high-pulse electrical current to the injury site, disrupting pain signals, and releasing endorphins that promote relaxation. The use of electrical currents can also help reduce inflammation as well as improve circulation, both of which can help reduce common symptoms of ankle sprains.

Using electrical currents for pain management is not a particularly new concept—it has been used for decades to treat various conditions. It’s not entirely dissimilar to TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) therapy, which also uses electrical currents to help relieve pain. However, TENS therapy uses low-pulse currents, thereby only resulting in temporary pain relief. In contrast, electroanalgesia therapy provides long-term pain relief using high-pulse currents.

The reason electroanalgesia therapy isn’t as commonplace as TENS or other pain relief solutions because it takes multiple sessions to experience the best results. We recommend 12 weeks of two sessions per week. Unfortunately, many medical care providers prefer to prescribe painkillers or recommend surgery instead because it’s simply a quicker fix. However, unlike many other treatments, it is opioid-free and non-invasive, meaning it’s safer and more effective over the long term.

IV Therapy For Ankle Sprains in Bluffdale, Utah

Another key component of our protocol for ankle sprains is IV (intravenous) therapy. IV therapy is the process of delivering fluids, electrolytes, vitamins, and other nutrients directly into the bloodstream. Fluids and nutrients can help reduce inflammation around the ankle and improve circulation, which can help reduce common symptoms of ankle sprains. 

When it comes to providing IV therapy to our patients, we evaluate each patient’s individual needs and deficiencies based on their bloodwork. This allows us to personalize our treatment to ensure maximum effectiveness.

Lifestyle Counseling For Ankle Sprains in Bluffdale, Utah

We understand that treating ankle sprains is not just about managing the symptoms, but also about ensuring overall health. That’s why we also provide lifestyle counseling services as part of our holistic approach to pain management.

As part of our lifestyle counseling service, we advise our patients to help them make positive changes to ensure long-term pain relief. Our lifestyle counseling includes education on proper nutrition, exercise, stress management, and lifestyle changes that can help reduce inflammation and improve circulation. In addition, we will help you develop a plan to incorporate these changes into your daily life to maintain a healthy lifestyle and reduce the risk of developing more ankle sprains.

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Success Stories

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In our clinics, we’ve seen remarkable outcomes with our Neurofunctional Pain Management protocols. Patients receiving peripheral neuropathy treatment have reported significant relief, just as those undergoing knee pain treatment have found newfound mobility and ease. Similarly, individuals who have opted for our treatment for migraines and chronic headaches share stories of renewed comfort and reduced frequency of their symptoms.

These successes are a source of great pride for us. Hear directly from our patients about the life-changing impact of these treatments!

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