The never healing sprained ankle

As a youth, I was very athletic. Then, when I was about 35, I became overburdened with work and family obligations, and so I let myself go a bit.

On the occasion of my fortieth birthday though, I looked at myself in the mirror, and noticing with horror the belly that had transformed my outline, I promised myself I would return to running regularly the way I used to do when I was twenty.

So I managed to get a pair of very expensive running shoes as a gift, and the following day, early in the morning, I gulped a cup of coffe and out I went, running on the street.


Case Study: a successful treatment of the Snapping Hip Syndrome

This article will demonstrates the successful treatment of a case of extra-articular Snapping Hip.

First let's see the symptoms: the patient was a runner used to running long distances.

The person changed the type of training from medium-long distances to short distances and very fast interval training. After some weeks of this new workout routine, the person started experiencing as he ran a "click" or snap at the level of the left Greater Trochanter. In a short time, hip pain developed as well.