How To Recover From A Broken Fibula

Unlike most injuries and ailments, a broken fibula is unlikely to heal in a matter of a few weeks. Get The Proper Care Immediately Even if you are not experiencing severe pain, you do not want to take the risk of prolonging your broken fibula recovery process, re injuring your leg without proper guidance or…

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Pain in the Neck: Just Don’t Call It Whiplash

Shortly after the introduction of the Motel T, the term ‘whiplash’ came into being— and it never went away. While orthopedic specialists have yet to find a physiological source for this condition, the ‘industry’, if you will, now costs us about $20 billion every year. Surely all these cases can’t be caused by car crashes!…

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Hamstring Pull Needs Time to Heal

Common Injury Plagues Muscle Group A hamstring pull is one of those non-discriminating injuries that affect professional athletes and weekend warriors alike, without prejudice. It can be triggered by any sudden and forceful movement: Kicking a soccer ball; lunging forward while skiing; jumping up to make a slam-dunk in the driveway. One patient explained that…

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