Ankle sprains are remarkably common. In fact, one can argue that it may be the most common injury in the world. The vast majority of the time someone will “twist” an ankle, have a few days to a week of discomfort, and then return to normal activity. But there are times when this is not the case.
As an orthopaedic surgeon who sub-specializes in the lower extremity, and in foot and ankle reconstruction, I would like to point out a trend that has been affecting my patients. More and more, athletic shoes are being made to correct, treat, or minimize a possible problem in the person purchasing the shoes.
How does coronavirus kill? Clinicians trace a ferocious rampage through the body, from brain to toes
We have been learning about COVID-19 and all of the ways that it negatively impacts our health. This article provides a good overall look at what we in the medical community have been reporting, researching and discussing for the last several weeks. Clearly there are people who are not affected, others who are only minimally affected, and those who are mortally affected and the reasons for this are being researched. We have known for some time that this not just a problem of severe pneumonia, as the article attached discusses.