I was recently invited to give a lecture at a foot and ankle medical conference in Seattle. I was giving a talk called Conservative Treatment of Ankle Sprains in Runners Who Want To Run.
This was an attempt to teach physicians what I do with ankle sprains. Mostly I was trying to get them to think about what they need to do to get runners back to running as quickly as possible instead of just doing the standard ankle sprain protocols with their patients.
The Ottawa Ankle Rules are a set of rules that were created in Canada to reduce people from getting unnecessary ankle X-rays when they have an ankle sprain and go to the emergency room.
Today on the Doc On The Run podcast, we’re talking about a common fracture missed by the Ottawa Ankle Rules.
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