Angles and Arm-splints

In autumn 2009 I slipped on a frosty stair and broke my left humerus. Before the accident my left arm had an angle of 20°, meaning that when it was fully extended it reached 160° instead of the normal 180. When the dust finally settled after my injury — including one botched healing attempt — …

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Fall Time Shouldn’t Mean “Fall” Time!

Many of us watch shows like America’s Funniest Videos and laugh when people are tripping, slipping and falling all over the place. Though this is certainly entertaining, in real life, falls are no laughing matter. For people of any age, falls can have devastating consequences to life and limb. For the elderly, falls pose more …

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