Is It Time to Rethink Ankle Fracture Management – New Evidence

Last week a paper was published in the BMJ which may change the way we manage the most common type of ankle fracture, the Weber B. For a long time the established practice has been immobilization below the knee of the affected ankle for 6 weeks. On the whole this strategy has many favorable outcomes, … Continue reading Is It Time to Rethink Ankle Fracture Management – New Evidence