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Present treatment of children with stable ankle and foot injuries very often involves a period in plaster cast(s). In the last decade in adult patients this has been superceded in many instances by the use of a removable foot brace/splint. There are many benefits to this approach including progressive rehabilitation, reduced costs in materials and personnel, improved hygiene and adaptability of fit. The use of such a splint has not been investigated in children and this projec...
The objective of this study is to demonstrate the multiple-dose efficacy and safety of HKT-500 for the treatment of ankle sprain.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect of a ketoprofen topical patch on the pain associated with ankle sprain or strain.
The objective of this study is assess the efficacy and safety of single and multiple applications of the FS-67 patch in the treatment of ankle sprain in pediatric population (ages 13-17).
The purpose of this study is to compare the short term treatment outcome measures of the standard of care air cell stirrup brace to that of a high tide fracture boot in patients with lateral ankle sprains.
Ankle sprain is very common. In France, its daily incidence is estimated at 6000. It often causes pain, a temporary period of disability and can results in recurrence and chronic ankle instability. Therefore, an early management and follow up treatment is necessary. Now, functional treatment is clinically the treatment strategy of choice for ankle sprain. It is based on rest, ice, compression, elevation and can use a functional support (like an ankle brace). To evaluate gravity...
The aim of our study is to determine the most efficient radiologic examination to assess the ankle sprain seriousness and so improve the therapeutic care.
1. Objective: To evaluate the efficacy of removable cast walker compared to non-removable fiberglass off-bearing cast in the treatment of diabetic plantar foot ulcer 2. Research design and methods: Forty-five adult diabetic patients with non-ischemic, non-infected neuropathic plantar ulcer were randomized to treatment with a non-removable fiberglass off-bearing cast (TCC group) or walker cast (Stabil-D group). Treatment duration was 90 days. Percent reduc...
The aim of this prospective randomised study was to shed more light on the issue by comparing the capacity of long plaster casts (above-elbow, LC) and short plaster casts (below-elbow, SC) to maintain the reduction of extra-articular distal radius fractures with dorsal displacement (2R3A2.2, according to the AO/OTA classification). The initial hypothesis was that the short cast would be equally as effective as the long cast in treating this type of fracture. The secondary objec...
Acute ankle sprain is one of the most common musculoskeletal injuries, accounting for an estimated 2 million injuries per year and 20% of all sports injuries in the United States (Ivins, D 2006). Ankle sprains can lead to prolonged periods of pain, difficulty with mobility, and lost work or play time. Current best practice guidelines for treatment of an acute ankle sprain are protection, rest, ice, compression and elevation (PRICE) (www.icsi.org). However recent systematic rev...
Chronic ankle instability is a common problem that may follow an ankle sprain. Until a patient has developed chronic ankle instability they are ineligible for surgical treatment although early surgical treatment yields better results compared to surgical treatment of subjects that have experienced recurrent ankle sprains. However, treating all patients with an ankle sprain surgically is not an option due to the high amount of unnecessary invasive interventions. The objec...
The purpose of this trial is to study the management of the sprained ankle by help of NSAID-plaster. A questionnaire. The effect of RICE and RICE + NSAID-plaster in the treatment of the sprained ankle, compared by pain-score.
The aim of this study is to analyse the effect of ketoprofen gel in children presented with ankle sprain to the emergency department.
The objective of this study is to determine the efficacy of Traumeel S (both ointment and gel) compared to another antiinflammatory drug called Diclofenac in patients with a sprained ankle.
The purpose of this study is to compare the radiographic and clinical outcomes after short versus conventional plaster cast fixation time in reduced distal radius fractures.
This study evaluates the use of corticosteroids acutely as an adjuvant treatment of the high ankle sprain. Subjects will receive either a corticosteroid or a local anesthetic injection.
The purpose of the study is to determine whether manipulation of the subtalar joint (one of the two joints of the ankle) has an effect on ankle range of motion in a group of ankles that have sustained a subacute inversion ankle sprain. The investigators expect subtalar joint manipulation will increase ankle range of motion about the subtalar joint, but not at the talocrural joint (the other joint of the ankle).
Question:Does kinesiotaping(KT) reduce oedema, pain, disability and increase range of joint motion on patients with acute ankle ligament injuries? Design:Two-group, randomised, controlled trial with blinded assessors. Participants:This study included 40 patients with acute ankle sprain.The patients were randomised using randomisation software and divided into two groups each comprising 20 patients. Intervention:Tape and splint were kept on the patients for 5 days. Outcome meas...
Anterior talofibular ligament is the most injured ligament in ankle sprain. Investigators will include ankle sprain patients who have ankle pain or instability more than 3 months. Ultrasonography will be done for confirm ligament injury. Participants will be randomized into two groups. Participants in dextrose injection group will accept dextrose 15% injection to tendon and enthesis. In the other hand, subcutaneous sham injection to control group. Pain condition, stability test...
The investigators project is a randomised controlled trial that will compare the efficacy of the traditional casting method against the woodcast splint in distal radial fracture. After the investigators have taken consent and the patients have agreed to be a part of the project, the investigators will randomly divide the participants into two groups. One with the traditional cast and one with the wood cast. The difference will be measured by using the EQ-5D-Y tool alongside the...
The purpose of this study is to determine changes in the brain associated with improvement in ankle range of motion following ankle manual therapy procedures in individuals with post-acute ankle sprains
Comparison between immobilisation by a plaster and a rehabilitation brace for the treatment of a fracture of the ankle
Assess whether by placing a "custom made" splint with heel in the immediate postoperative period until removal of the cast, the rate of pain, the number of healthcare interventions to maintain the off-loaded heel position and number of pressure sores in children wearing lower limb plaster casts is reduced.
The primary purpose of this study is to assess the effectiveness of once daily application of a diclofenac sodium patch to the skin near or over the painful area. In this study, the location being studied will be either the left or right ankle. The secondary purpose of this study is to assess the safety and tolerability of a diclofenac patch on the skin.
Despite the shift from 2D towards 3D virtual treatment planning of orthognathic surgery, traditional plaster cast are still gold standard. The investigators aimed to compare the overall reliability and time efficiency of an digital workflow using 3D printed models, in comparison to the conventional plaster workflow. Twenty real-life cases were planned according to both workflows and timed by a single resident.