Rest, build strength and be patient to get back on your feet.

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Whether it’s an icy sidewalk or a missed curb, putting a foot wrong can result in an ankle injury. Knowing how to treat a sprain is key to keeping a bounce in your step.

A sore ankle is one of the most common conditions, said Jessie Gill, a physiotherapist at the University of Alberta’s Glen Sather Clinic.

“It can happen to anyone from kids to athletes to seniors, by stepping down from a curb, from running, from slipping on ice, from playing basketball or soccer.”

A lateral sprain happens when the foot is accidentally rolled to the outside, resulting in a lot of pain in the outer part of the ankle.

“The ligaments on the outer portion of the ankle are more spread apart than others, while the ligaments on the inside are larger, stronger and more closely knit, so there tends to be a lot more motion in the outer ankle whi...

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2017

COMMENTARY || What to do with Northlands?

Decision on redevelopment will have a tremendous impact in the area and the city. We need to get it right.

Edmonton faces a number of challenges related to community safety and economic development. Recent
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October
2017

COMMENTARY || How terrorists use propaganda to recruit lone wolves

Edmonton attack bears all the hallmarks of ISIS, but how did the terrorist organization get to the attacker?

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October
2017

Unblurring the line between gambling and video games in fantasy sports

Project seeks to answer unresolved legal question, thanks to Killam Trust.

Had major league baseball’s all-time hits leader and disgraced former manager of the
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October
2017

COMMENTARY || Enabling innovation: Lessons from Crystal Pepsi

Turns out developing a product is the easy part, getting people to buy requires an 'enabler.'

We tend to think that innovation is driven by new discoveries or advances in technology. Yet the