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Augusta Foot & Ankle, PC Jul 19
Foot and ankle injuries are common in athletes and people who exercise often, especially if you’re a runner. To decrease your risk of injury, it’s important that you warm up before exercising, meaning you lightly stretch and jog for a few minutes.
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Animas Foot & Ankle NM Jul 19
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#ChooseWrightington Jul 19
Do you need an & wondering where to have it? You’re in safe hands with us!
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John Rutherford Jul 18
A source of lateral ankle pain can be hard to diagnose
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OrthoWellness: Mirylsa Colón-Martínez Jul 17
My Achilles Tendon Is Sore, Should I See A Doctor? ()
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Kikaysikat Jul 14
✨NEW VLOG✨ Still recovering from my but that won't stop me from my NEW UPLOAD on KIKAYSIKATV! I shared a few you can do despite the injury. Kasi I know how crazy it feels not to…
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Riverside Medical NJ Jul 13
It's time to get outside and be active! But, be careful. are one of the most common injuries during the summer. If you do experience a foot or , know that we have trained at Riverside. See our locations in NJ:
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Tonya Brooks Jul 12
Happy Friday!! I am loving my Friday. What are the weekend plans?? . . . . #pug#momofagirl
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Ebanie “Blonde Bomber” Bridges Mar 7
Everyday I look in the mirror and tell myself 3 things I am grateful for, it has helped me stay positive through my . Be grateful for the obstacles in your life. They have strengthened you as you continue with your journey.
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Claudia Jul 14
RECOVERY ~ Seems like Neville's not too happy about me going back to work tomorrow... 😂
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Augusta Foot & Ankle, PC Jun 13
Sprained ankles can result from any activity that causes your ankle ligaments to roll, twist, or turn awkwardly. When your ligaments are pushed beyond their normal range of motion, a sprain can occur.
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Da Vinci Orthotics Jan 14
With the mild winter we are having, the ground is uneven and visible. Be careful of slip and trips while walking and carry items.
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Mother Duck May 30
Another football injury, turned my ankle on wet surface last night at training, rather large today, no work for me for a while or more importantly football 😞🙈
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Bay Podiatry Associates Feb 1
All month in February is month. If you have low vision, you know that trips and falls around the house can be a huge hazard! Avoid a foot or by cleaning up loose wires or fixing broken banisters in the house.
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Mary Ellen Wilson Dec 30
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Great Lakes Foot and Ankle Institute PC Mar 20
Improving the strength and flexibility of your ankles can go a long way in lowering your risk of a sprain or similar injury.
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Podiatry Clinic of Jackson Mar 4
Proper recovery from an ankle sprain is a 5-step process that can be summed up with the acronyms P.R.I.C.E., which stands for: protection, rest, ice, compression, and elevation.
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matt roberts ⚾️ 38-62⚾️ Dec 23
Haha I feel this. Going on year 3 right away!
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sarmishtha Apr 24
With a leg in a cast, all the pair-less socks are showing their usefulness! (PS: who said we had wear matching socks?)
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Octopus Clinic Jul 9
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