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Another Celebrity Foot Injury in Hawaii?


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2/5/2014
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It wasn’t long ago that we were discussing Anne Hathaway’s recent injury to her foot, which she apparently scraped on a reef while swimming in the ocean in Hawaii, and now another celebrity is in the news for a possible foot injury in Hawaii.

 

LeAnn Rimes was spotted earlier this week during a Hawaiin vacation with her husband, Eddie Cibrian, with a bandage wrapped around her right ankle and foot.

 

So far there is no information on what may have happened to Rimes’ foot or ankle or whether or not the injury occurred during her time in Hawaii or before, but she has been quite active during her vacation, tweeting photographs of her and her husband doing activities like shark diving.

 

The pair have also been spotted surfing, and may be taking time while in Hawaii to film for their upcoming reality show as well.

 

Hopefully, whatever problem Rimes is having with her foot is minor and won’t take long to heal!

 

If you’re having persistent foot/ankle pain, we recommend a trip to your podiatrist’s office for an exam. It’s important that foot or ankle pain be taken seriously and treated promptly. Too often, patients wait for foot or ankle pain to go away on its own, and most problems that cause pain to develop are easier to treat the earlier they are caught.

 

If you’re suffering from foot or ankle pain, contact our office or set up an appointment online or by calling us at (888) 713-0906.



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