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  • Physical Therapy for a Sprained Ankle

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    Treatment of a sprained ankle as a physical therapist This essay is going to talk about the work, salary and educational requirements of physical therapist. We’re also going to talk about the ankle and its anatomy, the sprained ankle and how to cure it. The main topic is going to be how a physical therapist is involved in the curing and rehabilitating a sprained ankle. My name is Jasper Kuester and I’m a Physical Therapist, which are commonly known as physiotherapists. The general work of Physical

  • How I Spent Active And Be Outdoors

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    to tryout. I tried healing my ankle the fastest way possible, but the process was still too slow. I put ice on it everyday and rested as much as I could. I was barely able to walk in the beginning, and even missed a few days of school. Once I could walk, it didn’t hurt too badly, but I still couldn’t play basketball. I was really disappointed, but I knew not to give up. I set a positive mindset for myself and hoped to be healthy for tryouts next year. Once my ankle healed, I went back to my routine

  • Beowulf's Giraffes-Personal Narrative

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    Geoffrey, a giraffe, was a confused soul that had yet to begin his journey. He was very looked down on as well as stumbling upon as a freak of nature. He had only his father and his friends with whom he had a mutual relationship with. His father and his mother were his greatest supporter, but due to the fact that he often got in trouble he wasn’t favored by many other giraffes. Some of this behavior is caused by the way he looks, short with no tail and dark brown fur, with tan specks, appearing to

  • My Worst Moment

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    When I was in seventh grade, I broke my ankle playing basketball it was the worst thing ever. It occurred during the last week of school and I couldn’t play during the summer because the doctor gave me a boot and said I had to sit the bench or be in the stands. My dad was really mad because he needed me and when he didn’t have me the team wasn’t as good so we wouldn’t win a lot of tournaments. My doctor still doesn’t want me playing because it was really bad break and it's still not completely

  • Refletive Essay : A Day I Will Never Forget?

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    February 2, 2015 is a day I will never forget. It wasn’t supposed to be a day that was going to have so much meaning to me but sadly it is. This event had both negative effects and in the long term, only a few positive effects. It was just an average day at school, getting by in my classes and going to gym class which is where it all happened. My class was playing field hockey and our of nowhere, a guy (I won’t mention a name) came up out of no where while not paying attention and ran into me. He

  • Football Reflection

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    In this story, I am going to share an experience with you about a lesson that I learned last year during the football season. It will include some graphic details, a deeper look into my thoughts and feelings, and much more. This is the story that helped change my whole mindset of football. This is what Friday night lights is all about. During the last football season, I suffered an injury that I thought was going to affect me in such a negative way. But it turns out, even though it was one of

  • Analysis Of A Sprained Ankle May Have Lifelong Consequences

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    In her article “A Sprained Ankle May Have Lifelong Consequences” from the September 16, 2015 edition of The New York Times, Gretchen Reynolds indicated that sprained ankles are more significant and enduring than we have assumed. Gretchen began by explaining how sprained ankles are probable to permanently alter how properly and frequently someone walks. Gretchen then showed how vigorous ankles are significant for movement. For example, Tricia Hubbard- Turner said that “The ankle is the base of the

  • A Sprained Ankle May Have Life Lifelong Consequences Analysis

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    New York Time’s article “A Sprained Ankle May Have Lifelong Consequences”, written by Gretchen Reynolds describes the harsh reality of ankle injuries, explaining that they could possibly affect movement for the rest of the injured person’s life. People tend to address ankle injuries as something that will heal on their own and never be a problem again, but the studies discussed in this article show different results. Ankles are very easily damaged and will heal within a few weeks without serious

  • Characteristics Of A Nurse

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    The Oxford English Dictionary defines a nurse as, “A person trained to care for the sick or infirm, especially in a hospital.” However, this is not my definition of a nurse. My idea of a nurse relates to a superhero, aiding in the healing of a body. A nurse is a champion who comes into work with energy, patience, aching feet, stained scrubs with sweat from a strenuous day at work but always a smile. A nurse goes home 12 hours later from their shift only to remember the extra blanket for Jody and

  • Ankle Sprain Essay

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    An Ankle Sprain of a Female Colligate Basketball Player Objective: To introduce a case study about a mild ankle sprain. Background: The most common way to sprain an ankle in basketball is to step on someone else’s foot, or to plant and to turn the wrong way. Differential Diagnosis: Could be an injury to the deltoid ligament, CF, or the ATF ligament. Treatment: Ice, High volt, Theraband, Towel scrunches, Towel stretches, Whirlpool Conclusion: Rehab will help her get her strength back