We all know the classic treatment for a sprained ankle, right? R-I-C-E (rest, ice, compression, elevation.) After rolling an ankle out on the ball field or basketball court, we end up on the recliner with our feet up and an ice pack 20 minutes on, 20 minutes off. We then go back to whatever sport or activity we love only to have the same thing happen again. What if you could get a chiropractic ankle adjustment? “Wait, what? I thought chiropractors made elderly backs and necks go “snap, crackle, pop!? Chiropractors do treat the spine, but they are also trained in performing adjustments and other interventions to the extremities. Although sometimes, a sprained ankle might need more than just a chiropractic ankle adjustment. In extreme cases, you’ll need help from a podiatrist. Meanwhile, here’s how a chiropractor does an ankle adjustment.
‘Head of thigh bone slipping out of its socket in the hip bone’ or in other words ‘femoral head slipping out of acetabulum’ is known as hip dislocation and considered as a fractures or bone dislocation. This is very rare to happen and it often happens during accidents or high jumps. It is a medical emergency and immediate treatment is necessary.