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High Ankle Strapped Heels for Fall/Winter ’11: Saturday Shopping with FutureDerm by Nicki Z. Patient Expert Posted Sat 03 Sep 2011 10:42pm Posted on September 3rd, 2011 in futurederm This fall/winter, expect to see a lot of action occurring just north of the ankle.   With many women embracing the ultra-femme yet conservative Mad Men style, there’s no better way to add a little ... Read on »
new powerchair Stealth’ed up, new back in the works, ankle straps, trach infection by Strapples Patient Expert Posted Sat 31 Jul 2010 12:00am How i would sleep... Rubbing my neck (CLICK ME) Yesterday I was busy all day, Denise from National Seating came by and got my beloved Stealth 2QCR mounted on my new Permobil chair, yeah the Whitmayer headrest was okay but the Stealth 2QCR blows it out of the water for adjustability, there ar ... Read on »
New Resistance Bands Set with Door Anchor, Ankle Strap, Exercise Chart, and Resistance Band Carrying Case by Krizia MissK Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 17 Mar 2011 10:49pm New Resistance Bands Set with Door Anchor, Ankle Strap, Exercise Chart, and Resistance Band Carrying Case Black Mountain Products Read on »
fashion trend: ankle strap flats by elle Posted Thu 07 Jun 2012 12:00am Do or don’t? I’m in love and think these might be my answer to wearing closed toe shoes in the hospital this summer! Photos via See Jane Read on »
A Strap Around Her Ankle by LaPiattini Posted Tue 29 Nov 2011 9:23am When we went out for dinner on Saturday night for our anniversary, it was a surprisingly warm night. During the day temperatures were around 64 so when deciding what to wear, I chose a short sleeved dress paired with strappy pumps. Anddd a strap around her ankle. While walking around the town waiting for the tree lighting ... Read on »
You Can’t put more straps on that wheelchair… I just did. and Christmas Cards!!! More! by Strapples Patient Expert Posted Sat 24 Dec 2011 12:00am [Translate] My wheelchair pre mel4 All right everyone, so as you know my wheelchair had a heap of straps on it. Ankle straps, Leg harnesses, Seatbelt, Harness. That’s a lot of positioning gear and some people have said to me. “There is no way on earth you could put more straps on that chair.” Or “You can’t put m ... Read on »
Taping Decreases Ability to Detect Ankle Movement by Northcoast Footcare Facebook Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:06pm Ankle taping is a common preventative measure used to help prevent ankle sprains in athletes with recurrent ankle injuries. To determine how well individuals could detect ankle movement after taping, researchers measured the threshold for movement in 16 participants with a history of recurrent ankle sprains. Movement threshold was measured at ... Read on »
New Research on Ankle Taping by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted Mon 26 Mar 2012 6:00am Tweet Tweet My friend Dan Lorenz, MS, PT, ATC/L, CSCS recently summarized two new research articles on ankle taping.  Many of us take ankle taping for granted and assume since it is so common that it must be effective.  Below is Dan’s summary of the two articles with some of my comment ... Read on »
Ankle Taping Decreases Movement Detection by Northcoast Footcare Facebook Posted Tue 18 May 2010 7:24am An ankle sprain is the stretching or tearing of one or more of the ligaments around the ankle. A ligament is a strong, fibrous band which connects bone to bone and holds a joint in position. The ankle ligaments protect the joint from excessive movement in one directions, such as rolling or twisting of the [...] Read on »
Apparently...we DU not exist by RunMom Posted Sat 01 May 2010 12:00am So the Willow Duatholon (ahhh...Duathlon. Why can I not spell that word to save my life?) was yesterday. 5K Run 20K Bike 5K Run. My Dad and I teamed up to form a relay. On a Whim was our name since that's pretty much how we decided to do it. I was the legs. He was the wheels. Together we were the equivalent of one mean green ferocious duathlet ... Read on »