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So your cast is off, your ulcer has healed. What do you do with that limbo now? Don’t just stuff it in a drawer until someone else in the family suffers a break or wound…. It could take years and your LimbO deserves more than that. Christmas is the perfect time of year to give your LimbO a new lease of life. Take a look at our ideas below and let us know if you think of any uses of your own! 1. A Christmas Stocking 2. A Reindeer Scarf
So the worst has happened. You have broken your arm, it’s in a cast meaning you have to prepare a festive feast with one arm out of operation. Fear not! Here at LimbO, as well as providing wound and cast covers to make caring for your injury much easier, we’ve also put together a few ideas for you to pull off a cracker of a festive feast using just one arm. 1.Drinks
We’re so lucky to occupy such a beautiful corner of the world. It’s a stunning place to explore all year round, but at Christmas it’s extra special. With so much going on in Chichester and the surrounding area over the coming weeks, here at LimbO we thought we’d put together a list of our top picks of festive activities for you. So without further ado, in no particular order, here’s our top ten list of things to do in Chichester this Christmas. Take A Father Christmas Boat Trip.
Lymphoedema or lipoedema? These two conditions can look very similar, but there are important differences. Lipoedema is a long-term (chronic) condition typically involving an abnormal build-up of fat cells in the legs, thighs and buttocks, whereas Lymphoedema is swelling under the skin caused by a build-up of fluid in the lymphatic system – the network of vessels that drains excess fluid from body tissue. The skin of someone with lymphoedema will pit or indent when you press it, but this will not happen with lipoedema.