By dlambarski@northeastfootcare.com
February 20, 2013
Category: Foot and Ankle Injuries
Tags: Ankle Sprain, Foot Injury, Foot Sprain, Sports Injury


Tight end Zach Miller of the Seattle Seahawks left the matchup against the Atlanta Falcons after injuring his foot. If Miller’s injury continues to restrain his ability, it will be more difficult for the team to enjoy success throughout next year, especially for rookie quarterback Russell Wilson. No further updates regarding his injury have been provided.

In the case of Zach Miller’s foot, an injury like this is something that needs to be monitored in order to prevent further injury. If you are suffering from a foot injury like Miller’s, it is highly recommended to seek the care of a podiatrist like Dr. David Lambarski of Northeast Foot Care PLLC. Dr. Lambarski can work with you to determine the best treatment options for all your foot and ankle injuries.

Getting Back into Sports after Foot and Ankle Injuries

While one of the most common injuries among athletes may be a sprained ankle, there are still many other types of injuries that plague athletes in any sport. But for less severe foot and ankle injuries, it is recommended by physical therapists and sports medicine doctors that athletes use the R.I.C.E. method to help alleviate pain and to speed up the healing process.

The acronym R.I.C.E. stands for rest, ice, compression, and elevation. These four steps help in the healing process, not only to reduce pain, swelling, and inflammation but also to improve the overall health of the affected area, allowing you to get back on your feet again. Although resting is usually the key to all healing, it is necessary to see a doctor to ensure treatment for any other problems that may not be obvious to you right away.

To learn more about healing sports injuries, visit our link below.

If you have any questions, please contact our offices in Latham and Amsterdam, NY. We offer the newest diagnostic and treatment technologies for all your foot care needs.

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