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Recovering from a wrist or ankle fracture: pain-related fear, catastrophising and pain influences outcome by Bronwyn T. Occupational Therapist Posted Wed 09 Dec 2009 10:04pm I have no idea how many wrist and ankle fractures occur every year, but I can bet it’s not a small number by any imagination. For most of us, I’m guessing we’d expect to have a fracture, wield a wonderfully-autographed cast, get it removed and go on our merry way – but after reading this article, and having seen some very sad peopl ... Read on »
The Importance of Wrist and Ankle Mobility by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 13 May 2010 10:01am How mobile are your wrists and ankles? They’re the primary hinges for our two major sets of extremities – hands and feet – and yet they often go neglected. They’re two of the most common sites of debilitating pain and acute injury, and yet people do little else to correct the problem than tightening the high tops, strapping on some constrictive ... Read on »
How to Improve Wrist and Ankle Mobility by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 14 May 2010 9:41am Most people have enough wrist and ankle mobility to get around life all aright, but most people think they’re doing just fine with grains , sweets , and seed oils comprising the bulk of their diets. We can always improve our abilities to rotate, extend, and flex our various joints. We must, if we’re interested in retaining maximum mobility thro ... Read on »
Valeo AW5 5-Pound Adjustable Ankle / Wrist Weights by Krizia MissK Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 18 May 2011 11:54am Valeo AW5 5-Pound Adjustable Ankle / Wrist Weights Adjustable Ankle or Wrist Weights. Removable Weight Packs for Adjustment from 1 to 5bs. Self-Gripping Closure for Easy Removal of Weight Packs. Padded for Comfort. Dual Adjustable Metal D-ring Closure System. One Pair Read on »
Ankle & Wrist Fractures Common in Skimboarding by Northcoast Footcare Facebook Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:06pm Skimboarding is a sport which combines skateboarding and surfing. The sport, which has increased in popularity in recent years, involves running along the beach in shallow water, dropping the board and “skimming” on the water. More advanced skimmers will ride out to the breaking waves and catch the waves back to shore. A recent article in the ... Read on »
Valeo Adjustable Ankle/Wrist Weight by Krizia MissK Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 03 Apr 2011 3:54am Valeo Adjustable Ankle/Wrist Weight Read on »
Ankle & Wrist Fractures Common in Skimboarding by Northcoast Footcare Facebook Posted Thu 13 Aug 2009 7:52pm Skimboarding is a sport which combines skateboarding and surfing. The sport, which has increased in popularity in recent years, involves running along the beach in shallow water, dropping the board and “skimming” on the water. More advanced skimmers will ride out to the breaking waves and catch the waves back to shore. A recent article [...] Read on »
red itchy blotches on palms, wrists, ankles and feet by david h. Posted Sun 17 Jan 2010 6:34am i have suffered from this condition for quite a while now and as the past year it has got intolerably worse... it starts off small itchy red spots and then turns into a coin size spot which swell feel raw and also feel very warm, to the point were i cannot walk because of the pain... can anyone help as i cannot seem to get this condition diagnosed ... Read on »
I Died on August 21st 2013, but I am back. How did I die? Unboxing my new Wrist / Ankle weights, got my teeth fixed (again), Com by Strapples Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Sep 2013 12:00am [Translate] (Post subject to radical editing and changes until this tag removed. Updated at 11:41 AM SEPT 4) PHOTOS PENDING   In a coma Click the photo to go to a picture story of my death, and resurrection. (Note theres light at the end of this post…) Wow… When the shit hits the fan, it reall ... Read on »
Used To by Ali On The Run Posted Thu 06 Jun 2013 12:13pm “I mean, I’m no stranger to pain,” I told the note-taking physician’s assistant with the sympathetic eyes. “I used to run marathons.” I used to run marathons. When you don’t think before you speak, you say things like that. And then, as you keep rambling about your symptoms aloud, the thoughts in the back of your mind quickly go to ... Read on »