"Syndesmotic Ankle Sprains and Implications for Rehabilitation" is a great example of a paper on dermatology. First and foremost, syndesmotic ankle sprains result from forceful movement and rotation of the foot as well as the ankle where the talus is placed in the mortise whenever a rotation of high magnitude from the external makes the talus to disengage and separate from the tibia and the distal fibula. There are many cases of syndesmotic ankle sprains especially among the athletes as well as normal people though statistics have it that the athletes are more likely to experience these sprains than the general public credit to their physical involving activities.
Most often than not, ankle sprains are a result of the harm to the distal tibiofibular syndesmosis. (Hopkinson 1990) This is a complex interconnection of connective tissues which enables the mortise of the ankle joint to be stable and mobile at the same time. In cases that there are sprains and damaging of the tissues causing sprains, the affected parties are taken through a medical process for them to be able to restore the functionality of the joint.
This is done through a rehabilitation process where a systematic process is undertaken. The rehabilitation process has its impacts on the affected party and the ankle joint. After spraining of the ankle, the affected person is taken to care Centre where the first thing to be done in the rehabilitation process is the imaging of the ankle joint, usually, through X-ray imaging, Magnetic resonance imaging is also applied in some cases due to its high sensitivity and specificity to certain injuries on the ankle ligaments.
After the imaging, the doctors have a clear picture of what should be done. There are two main decisions that are involved here, first is to consider surgical and nonsurgical management in rehabilitating the sprained ankle. All these choices come with their implications. The surgery method of rehabilitation is used usually when there is the instability of the ankle based on usual tibiofibular relationship disruption. The use of non-surgery means of rehabilitation is recommended for most clinical presentations that are not acute and do not need surgery. Rehabilitation after non-surgical treatment is usually fast and the patients recover much quicker.
The rehabilitation of patients after a surgical treatment procedure is much or less the same as that of non-surgical treatment with the major difference being that there is the slow rate of recovery and patients here require extra care from medics related to non-surgical patients. The implications that rehabilitation has on the patients are also more or less the same in both cases of reconstruction of the ankle joint. In both, one of the most seen implications is quicker recovery compared to persons who did not go through a well laid out rehabilitation process.
There may be negative implications such as damaging the cells around the area during the imaging exercise if care is not taken. In conclusion, spraining of the ankles is a factor that faces people in day to day lives, especially the athletes. It is seen that after spraining of the ankle, the affected are taken through a rehabilitation process which has implications, both positive such as quicker recovery and negative such as exposure to harmful rays.
ReferencesW.J Hopkinson, J. B Ryan, J. H Wheeler. "Syndemosis sprains of the Ankle; Foot Ankle." New York: PubMed, 1990. 325-331.