Infographic: Staying Sane on Stall Rest - TheHorse.com | Long-term confinement is difficult for horses but often necessary for healing from certain injuries and illnesses, such as tendon and ligament strains, bone fractures, and laminitis. Learn how to keep horses happy and healthy while on stall rest
First Aid for Falls. Save this visual guide to know how to treat fractures, spinal injuries and head injuries. Remember that in the case of bone fractures, we recommend the use of a SAM Splint which you can learn how to use in our article here: http://insidefirstaid.com/personal/first-aid-kit/splinting-bone-fractures-with-a-sam-splint #bones #emergencies #emt
Did you know that your feet contain almost of the bones in your body? That must be why broken toes and feet are some of the most common broken bone injuries! Click over to this Illinois orthopaedic surgeon infographic to read about other bone injuries.