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How to Survive the Holidays on One Foot

Christmas is a magical time of the year…so much to see and do…so little time. Add to that the fact that this year, you only have one foot on which to do it all and Christmas becomes a bit of a nightmare. How will you do it? Here are a few tips to help you survive and even enjoy the holiday season despite your injury.

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Doing Household Chores with an Injury

One of the biggest adjustments with an injury is learning to accept your limitations.  Typically, we recommend your only job while recovering is to rest and heal, which means letting others do chores and/or hiring people.  But, we recognize that

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Helping Someone Live With an Injury

Throughout our lives many of us may have lived with a sprain or some minor aches and pains. But, having surgery and/or breaking a bone and navigating life with a cast, boot, crutches, etc. is very different.  After my daughter’s

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How to Shovel Snow When Wearing A Boot, Cast, Brace, or While On Crutches

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