Depending on the severity of the injury a sprained wrist takes several weeks to several months to heal, as specified by Drugs.com. Symptoms begin to improve within several days with mild sprains. In more serious cases, r... More »

The recovery time for a dislocated ankle is between six and 12 weeks, depending on the severity of the injury and if surgery was needed to correct the problem. Many physicians will recommend that a patient rest their ank... More »

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Depending on the severity of the injury and type of treatment, the broken bones in a broken ankle typically heal after six weeks, and most patients resume nonstrenuous daily activities within three to four months, accord... More »

Depending on the severity of a sprained shoulder, it can take anywhere from one to four weeks to heal, according to Drugs.com. A Grade I sprain is the most minor and consists of mild, microscopic tears in the joint ligam... More »

Steps to rehabilitate a broken wrist include using a splint for several days until the swelling diminishes, using a cast for six to eight weeks, elevating the wrist and applying ice, according to WebMD. It also helps to ... More »

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Depending on the severity of the injury, treatment for a sprain may require long rest or surgery, according to MedlinePlus. Avoid any physical activity that causes pain, apply ice to the wound for 20 minutes two to three... More »

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The treatment plan for a sprained ankle can depend on the severity or grade of the injury, but it can include following the R.I.C.E. (rest, ice, compression and elevation) guidelines, using crutches or a splint, taking m... More »

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