Ankle Pain Directory
Ankle pain may result from injuries such as fractures, sprains, or strains. It may also result from arthritis or overuse. Some common treatments for different types of ankle problems are splinting for fractures, RICE therapy for swelling or pain, range-of-motion and stretching exercises, and more. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how ankle pain is caused, how to treat it, and much more.
What Causes Swollen Ankles and Feet?
WebMD explains the causes of swelling in the ankles and feet - and when to see a doctor.
How to Strengthen Your Ankles
If you’re prone to ankle sprains, exercise can help prevent another injury. Try these moves to improve your flexibility, strength, and balance and protect your ankles.
What Do I Do to Treat a Sprained Ankle?
If you’ve got a sprained ankle, follow these treatments to help you get back on your feet again.
Bone vs. Bone: How Osteoarthritis Hurts Ankles
Learn the causes and symptoms of osteoarthritis of the ankle.
Weather and Joint Pain: What's the Link?
WebMD talks to experts about the link between weather and joint pain.
Shaquille O'Neal, Kristen Clement, Mateen Cleaves
After clinching the best record for the season on April 5 by scoring 49 points against the Warriors -- and assuring the Lakers home court advantage in the playoffs -- O'Neal's left ankle flared up.
Quick Facts About Cankles
Experts explain what you can do about short, thick ankles -- known as cankles.
Anna Kournikova, Tennis Player
Born in Russia and now living in Miami, Anna Kournikova, who will be 19 in June, turned pro in October 1995.