Category Archive: Professor Bryan Dorrel

Aug 18

Ankle Sprain: Revisiting a Common Injury (Part II)

  Ankle Sprain: Revisiting a Common Injury (Part II) By Bryan Dorrel, Associate Professor Tarleton State University The Healing Process: Following an ankle sprain, the human body takes extraordinary steps to heal itself. The healing process can be viewed as occurring in three distinct phases, each unique and important. This inflammatory process is characterized by …

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Aug 17

Ankle Sprain: Revisiting a Common Injury (Part I)

  Ankle Sprain: Revisiting a Common Injury (Part I) By Bryan Dorrel, Associate Professor Tarleton State University An ankle sprain is defined as a rip, stretch or tear of connective tissues holding the foot to the lower leg. Connective tissues are structures that hold or bind the body together and include ligaments, tendons, fascia, cartilage, …

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