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Torn Ankle Ligament Surgery: The Hammer and the Nail Effect

Do you really need torn ankle ligament surgery? Most of the time the ligament isn't as torn as you were lead to believe...

The Amazing Collapsing Boy

Our children are collapsing under the weight of gravity. Why? They look down all day at screens. For some, this is a major problem now, and for others, this will be a problem in the future. So this morning I'll talk about Seth, whom I'll call the amazing collapsing boy. For something new, I'll also have Cole Bros Fitness weigh in on how they deal with the epidemic of collapsing children using exercise.

Memo to Orthopedic Surgeons: Stop Missing Ankle Instability!

Dr. Centeno commonly sees ankle instability missed, which leads to ankle arthritis that could have been prevented.

A New Ankle Ligament Complex We Never Knew About

What we already know about the ankle ligaments is that there are many ligaments making up two known ligament complexes in the ankle. Now, a new study has discovered a third ankle ligament complex we never knew about: the lateral fibulotalocalcaneal ligament complex.

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