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Broken Bones

When Can You Go Back to Normal Activities After a Broken Finger?

Since your finger has 14 bones, it may seem that a break in one shouldn't affect you much. But you need all of your finger bon...

Diet for Healing a Broken Ankle

A broken ankle occurs when too much pressure is applied to one of the several small bones that compromise your ankle joint. Once y...

What Happens If a Comminuted Wrist Fracture Does Not Heal?

The wrist is composed of eight small bones in the hand and the ends of the two bones of the forearm, the radius and the ulna. The ...

Symptoms of a Broken Ankle

A broken ankle is a serious and painful injury. Many different types of fracture patterns may be seen in ankle injuries, and all c...

Exercising with a Broken Leg

You may think that having a broken leg puts a stop to your fitness, but you don't have to lose hard-earned muscle and endurance du...

Swimming After a Trimalleolar Fracture

Your ankle joint involves the interaction between three bones -- your tibia, fibula and talus. Ankle fractures can occur due to da...

Can Whey Protein Help Broken Ankles?

Because a broken ankle can seriously hamper your daily activities, it’s natural to explore lifestyle adjustments that may sp...

Nose Fractures in Children

The nose is the most commonly fractured area on the head, according to the American Academy of Otolaryngology--Head and Neck Surge...

How to Golf After a Broken Bone

Simply because Tiger Woods won the U.S. Open in 2008 while suffering from two fractures in his left leg doesn't mean it was a ...

Complications With a Broken Ankle

The ankle joint is a common site of fracture and dislocation injuries. The bones of the ankle joint are the tibia, fibula and tal...
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