Jessie J has been enduring ongoing and excruciating ankle pain after an injury that transpired two years ago. The superstar has agreed to undergo surgery before the conclusion of this year. The TV singing coach had to withdraw from several shows in 2011, after hurting her left ankle in the fall.
Jessie has revealed to the Daily Mirror that she is still suffering from the injury and will have another operation to try and repair the damage. “I’m getting some time off at Christmas and I’m having surgery to have the plate removed. It is flicking against my bone and is causing a lot of pain. The foot is still bruised and swells up because it won’t heal, so I’m having the metal taken out,” said Jessie. According to Jessie, her metal plate ‘sets off the security systems at airports and when I sit down it goes cold like a cow.’
A broken ankle can be a tough injury to endure and can cause a great deal of pain. If you have broken your ankle, you should seek the help of a podiatrist like Dr. Charles Chapel of Chapel Podiatry. Dr. Chapel can assess your injury and provide you with the best care for your feet.
A broken ankle is experienced when a person fractures their tibia or fibula in the lower leg and ankle area. The tibia is the bone of the lower leg that is known to be the weight-bearing bone and is also more commonly called the shin. The fibula is the bone that is found on the outside of the leg and is smaller than the tibia. These bones are both attached at the bottom of the leg and combine to form what we know to be our ankle.
When a physician is referring to a break of the ankle, he or she is usually referring to a break in the area where the tibia and fibula are joined to create our ankle joint. Ankle fractures are very common since they occur in an area that suffers a lot of weight bearing and stress; therefore this area is more prone to suffering from fractures. There some obvious signs when a person experiences a fractured ankle and the following symptoms may be present.
Symptoms of a Fractured Ankle
- Excessive pain when the area is touched or when any pressure is placed on the ankle.
- Swelling around the area.
- Colorful bruising of the area.
- Area appears to be deformed.
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