In theory, would you be able to splint a leg with a cut achilles tendon well enough at home for it to heal?

Answer No is the short answer, unless the person injuring themselves had medical knowledge as well as an adequate supply of antiseptic, medical equipment and the ability to operate on them self, even then... Read More »

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