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  • Foot and Ankle Physical Therapy

    Foot and Ankle Physical Therapy

    A bad ankle sprain or foot fracture normally takes six weeks to 3 months to heal. It is crucial to protect your feet during this healing process but after the healing is completed, the work is not over because it is extremely easily to re-injure your ankle due to the weakness of that ankle.

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  • Physical Therapy Ankle Treatment

    Physical Therapy Ankle Treatment

    An ankle sprain injury requires physical therapy. The reason is because once the ankle is sprained, the surrounding ligaments and tendons are weak. They cannot support the weight and balance of your body meaning any little misstep can cause the ankle to re-twist or re-roll.

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  • Ankle Sprain and Fracture Physical Therapy

    Ankle Sprain and Fracture Physical Therapy

    An ankle sprain can quickly become a chronic injury, where people spend weeks healing the ankle only to twist it again and have to start all over with the healing process. At Cross Bay Physical Therapy, our physical therapists ensure this does not happen to our patients.

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  • Recover From An Ankle Injury

    Recover From An Ankle Injury

    Ankle sprains are one of the most common injuries that we see at our physical therapy office in Queens, New York. A simple misstep can cause the ankle to twist leaving the tendons, muscles, and ligaments in and around the ankle damaged.

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  • Ankle Sprain Recovery

    Ankle Sprain Recovery

    Physical Therapy is absolutely vital in the recovery of an ankle sprain unless one has the diligence to complete exercises themselves for a period of 8-12 weeks.

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