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DR. JOHN A. HARDY EXPLAINS THE IMPORTANCE IN ADJUSTING THE TALUS AFTER AN ANKLE SPRAIN

 

 

 

THE ONLY BONE IN THE BODY WHICH DOES NOT HAVE ANY MUSCULAR ATTACHMENTS IS THE TALUS.  THE TALUS FORMS A MAJOR PORTION OF THE ANKLE.  THE MOST COMMON LIGAMENT INVOLVED IN AN ANLE SPRAIN IS THE ANTERIOR TALOFIBULAR LIGAMENT.  MOST CASES OF ANKLE SPRAIN RESULT IN SUBLUXATION OF THE TALUS AND IT MUST BE MANIPULATED (ADJUSTED) BACK TO ITS NORMAL POSITION IN ORDER FOR PROPER HEALING TO OCCUR.  CHIROPRACTORS ARE EXPERTS IN THIS PROCEDURE.  

TORONTO FOOT CLINIC, ACADEMY FOOT AND ORTHOTIC CLINICS HAS CHIROPODISTS TRAINED IN THIS IMPORTANT PROCEDURE AND THE BEST PART IS THAT IT INVOLVES NO MEDICATIONS OR SURGERY AND FITS IN NICELY WITH OUR OVERALL PHILOSOPHY OF CONSERVATIVE FOOT CARE WHERE WE AVOID SURGERY AND MEDICATIONS WHENEVER POSSIBLE.  MANY CASES OF FOOT SURGERY ARE AVOIDABLE AND WE HAVE SAVED HUNDREDS OF PATIENTS FROM THE KNIFE.  

ALWAYS REMEMBER, SURGERY LAST, MEDICATIONS SECOND AND CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT FIRST ALWAYS.  THE BODY IN MOST CASES WILL HEAL ITSELF WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM YOUR CHIROPODIST.

IF YOU OR A LOVED ONE REQUIRES HONEST, CONSERVATIVE FOOT CARE, PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO CONTACT US AT www.academyclinics.com.

BROUGHT TO YOU BY DR. JOHN A. HARDY, OWNER OF ACADEMY FOOT AND ORTHOTIC CLINICS.

 

 

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