The talus bone is a small, curved bone in the ankle that connects the lower leg to the foot. It helps distribute weight across the ankle joint and helps you walk and run on uneven surfaces. Talus fractures
generally occur from car or motorcycle accidents, or a fall from heights, but there have been a growing number of ankle fractures among snowboarders. These fractures generally require surgical repair and have a lengthy healing process, so getting the right care quickly can be the difference between a complete recovery and a chronic injury.
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