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  • This topic contains 1 reply, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  Adnan Hafizovic 3 weeks ago.

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       Ryan Berhar 

      Hey everyone, here’s Michael’s newest column. He talks about Ella’s recent ankle injury that she sustained on her adaptive bike. They had to make another trip to the ER to get it x rayed. Fortunately, it’s sprained, not broken. I’ve had ankle injuries myself, and they’re some of the worst pain ever. Have you guys had any similar incidents?

      Ella Takes Another Trip to the Emergency Room

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       Adnan Hafizovic 

      I had similar accidents, but fortunately, and thanking God, I did not break anything. Once I dropped out of the wheelchair and fell on my leg, luckily I was wearing winter boots so I just stretched my ankles.

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