3 Actions To Resume Normal Movements In The Aftermath Of An Ankle Sprain

Posted on: 27 September 2016

Recovering quickly from ankle sprains is not as easy as you might like because the weight of your body rests on it when you start walking once again. Normal ankle sprains take 2 to 6 weeks to heal, but more severe cases can take up to 12 weeks. This dormant period can weaken your ankle muscles considerably. Luckily, a physiotherapy professional can help you resume normal movements once the bone has healed — giving you strength, balance and movement back.
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Vascular Surgeon | 3 Ways To Tell If You Have A Blood Clot In Your Veins

Posted on: 27 September 2016

Blood clots generally occur around wounds or cuts. But when they appear inside veins, the condition is known as deep vein thrombosis (DVT). These blood clots are not harmful when they are immobile, but they can be dangerous if they move towards your lungs and heart. If you have a blood clot, it's probably best to see a vascular surgeon immediately. But here are some ways to tell if you have a blood clot in your veins in the first place.
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The Game is Afoot: How to Look After Your Feet

Posted on: 23 September 2016

While you might not give a lot of consideration to how sweaty your feet get, if left untreated it could lead to some unpleasant outcomes. Below is a guide to some simple steps you can take to avoid developing sweaty feet. Wear shoes which are comfortable and which fit While this might seem obvious, a lot of people still buy shoes according to how good they look and not according to how well they fit or how comfortable they are.
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Are Your Child's Behavioural Problems Caused by Sleep Apnoea? 4 Signs to Look Out For

Posted on: 22 September 2016

Behavioural problems in children are often thought of as a mental or developmental health concern. If your child has been displaying adverse behaviour, you may already have seen a psychiatrist or counsellor to diagnose their symptoms. Alternatively, you may be trying to work through things at home. Either way, when nothing improves, you're left at your wit's end wondering how to help your child through this stage. Consider this: have you ever thought that your child's sleep could be influencing their behaviour?
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