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When should someone with persistent ankle pain see a doctor?

Patients with persistent ankle pain typically see a physician three to six months after an injury. In this video, Thomas San Giovanni, MD, an orthopedic surgeon at Baptist Health, explains that a small percentage of ankle sprains will need more care.

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