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Old 10-23-2012   #17
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Default Re: MJD May have Lisfranc

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Originally Posted by CloakNNNdagger View Post
Foot sprain is a very generic term. It many times refers to ankle ligament sprains. But, technically a midfoot sprain is a Lisfranc. When Grade I, especially, and Grade II (nonsurgical) also occurs, these can sometimes be more "sugar-coated" with the label "sprained foot."

Depending on severity, the Grade I or II non Lisfranc foot sprain (nonsurgically treated) will typically require anywhere from 2 to 6 weeks of recovery before returning to play.
I'm glad you said that because I was doubting my sanity when I heard it reported that it was a mid-foot sprain but NOT a Lisfranc. I was trying to think of ways I could sprain the middle of my foot without doing something to the tarsus/metatarsal junction thingamajig. Cause that's kinda the definition of a Lisfranc, right?
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