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One Gimp Two Gimp 1

It happened two weeks after our cross country move. I sauntered down the stairs in our new place and stopped on the last step to give my hubby, Gary, a hug. 471 more words

Life

The “Minor Injury" Guideline

The “minor injury” guideline and treatment protocol has been a part of the motor vehicle accident landscape in Ontario since 2010. A “minor injury” is defined under the Regulations as “a sprain, strain, whiplash associated disorder, contusion, abrasion, laceration or subluxation…”. 327 more words

Motor Vehicle Accidents

Run: Interrupted

The running is going poorly. Last Tuesday, I had a little motivation and I got up at 5:00 AM to go out for a bit of a walk/run. 405 more words

Running

TURF TOE

Fantasy Prognosis: Turf toe, although a seemingly small injury, can severely limit an athlete’s ability to run, which will keep him from practice and games. Depending on severity, it can keep him out for weeks or even months. 333 more words

Legs And Feet

How to Wear Killer Heels - Without Killing Your Feet

The higher the heel, the closer to God, I say. My husband (an orthopedic surgeon), on the other hand, says the solution to high heel pain is to not wear them. 91 more words

Women's Health

CURSE

I’ve been sick .My right hand just clonked out a few days ago feels like a death in the family .It sends flickers of pain up to my wrist whenever i try to move it .Sprained .Then I got an allergic reaction to a roll on i’ve been using , my arm broke out and lit up like Christmas so now i have an arm and a wrist on ice .My back aches whenever I sleep a little too long .This isn’t how day offs are supposed to go .I’m fucking cursed.Not to mention I can’t scratch my buns properly anymore.If I read one more we were born to bear pain quote .Wait .This must be how old people feel.

Old

How to Sprain Your Ankle: 3 Steps to Success

There’s nothing better than walking. Wait, wait — come on — just hear me out.

It royally sucks to get injured…and I should know because I am, and have been for more than ten whole days now, a cripple. 727 more words