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What’s the Need for Ankle Ligament Surgery?

Ankle ligament surgery. Three words which can easily frighten anyone and for good reason. Any sort of medical procedure carries risk. But, ankle ligament surgery is fairly common. In other words, it’s done enough there’s minimal risk involved. So, let’s take a look at ankle ligament surgery and what to expect. Generally, the need for…

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What’s the Need for Ankle Ligament Surgery?

Ankle ligament surgery. Three words which can easily frighten anyone and for good reason. Any sort of medical procedure carries risk. But, ankle ligament surgery is fairly common. In other words, it’s done enough there’s minimal risk involved. So, let’s take a look at ankle ligament surgery and what to expect. Generally, the need for…

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What to Know About Foot and Ankle Surgery

Techniques in the foot and ankle surgery have advanced over the course of the last several decades. As our understanding and tools evolve as the year’s pass, all facets of medicine can improve. Techniques in the foot and ankle surgery are no exception. So, read on to learn a bit more about both traditional and…

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What are Metatarsals, Anyway?

Metatarsal foot surgery. Three words which confuse the average person upon the first encounter. If you’re reading this, there’s little doubt you’re wondering about metatarsal foot surgery, what it is, how it’s done, and what to expect. Read on to learn more about metatarsal foot surgery. Okay, you’ve probably heard of the term before and…

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Foot Surgery for Arthritis

Foot surgery for arthritis is an option, in some instances, to relieve patients of pain and discomfort. But, it’s not the only way to provide patients who suffer from arthritis relief from pain and discomfort. So, let’s take a quick look at foot surgery for arthritis and its alternatives. About Arthritis Arthritis is a fairly…

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What is Ankle Arthritis?

New ankle arthritis treatments have come along in the last several decades. Today, there are more options than ever to deal with ankle arthritis. Although that in itself is a great thing, it also means people can easily be confused about which is the right fix for them. So, let’s take a quick look at…

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Ankle Replacement Advances

Ankle replacement advances have provided a number of solutions over the past several decades. Although ankle replacement has been an option for more than thirty years, it’s only been recently the solution has come into its own. The most recent ankle replacement advances have greatly improved the various procedures and the success rate of patients.…

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Common Ankle Injuries

Common Ankle Injuries The most common ankle injuries won’t come as a surprise to anyone who has been the least bit active. Of course, athletes and amateurs alike are well aware of at least a few of these. So, let’s take a quick look at the most common ankle injuries. The common ankle injuries come…

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Best Shoes for Jogging

  The best shoes for jogging might not be the most expensive. But, that doesn’t mean inexpensive shoes are a go-to solution. The truth be told, the best shoes for jogging don’t come from a particular manufacturer. The best shoes for running are what works specifically for you. Here’s what you need to know about…

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out Ankle Surgery

AAnkle surgery recovery takes a bit of time and patience (as with most types of surgery, even minor, outpatient procedures). Although the actual operation takes just a short time and recovery is relatively quick compared to others, there are things you should know. So, let’s take a quick look at some beneficial ankle surgery recovery…

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About the Ankle Surgery Procedure

About the Ankle Surgery Procedure Ankle surgery recovery time will vary from individual to individual — not surprisingly. For most patients, the time to recover for ankle surgery will last a few to several months. But, this is an oversimplification. So, let’s take a look at what to expect from undergoing ankle surgery, including what…

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Driving after Ankle Fusion

Driving after Ankle Fusion Driving after ankle fusion is something that’s different for practically everyone who undergoes the procedure. Generally, it takes about eight to twelve weeks to rest after ankle fusion surgery. Then, patients typically wear a cast or a boot, depending in the circumstances. Altogether, it can take as little as four months…

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