Re: Dent in left leg close to calf


I'm not a physical therapist or doctor, but I would suggest just going to the doctors to get it checked out. If it turns out to be nothing, then that's good. But it could turn out to be something more serious, in which case catching it early would be a definate advantage. So just to be safe, I would schedule a doctors appointment.

Posted By Jessica on May 05, 2007 at 09:07:09:

In Reply to: Dent in left leg close to calf posted by JAcqueline Lopez on May 01, 2007 at 15:36:53:

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Inflated aircells offer comfort and graduated compression with its therapeutic benefits. Worn with a laced shoe, the Air-Stirrup restricts inversion/eversion and permits normal flexion.

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