I sprained my ankle back in September, I had been actively running about 2 miles a day, 4-5 times a week over the summer up until September when I hurt my ankle. I got it checked out at Urgent Care about a week after, no x-rays were done (I couldn't pin point an event to which I could place the blame of the pain so I wasn't sure if I actually had sprained it or not). Urgent Care advised me to stay off of it until the pain subsided and to ice and rest. I've tried my best to stay off of it as much as I can. I'm still experiencing pain in my ankle,although not as bad, and now one of my toes on the same foot as the ankle sprain. I've been trying to ignore it and hope that the pain goes away, but I'm somewhat concerned now since it has been over two months since the initial sprain. I'm wondering if I should get it checked out by y'all and maybe get x-rays done or if this is just a normal time frame for a sprained ankle to heal? Any advice would be much appreciated!

Ankle sprains often take a while to heal but yes,  you can schedule an appointment here for another evaluation and if needed we can order xrays. 

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