I can never understand why, when I go to the hospital, that they look at my finger joints and knees and perhaps press my shoulders but never once in all the time that I have been going have they ever asked about my feet or toes. At the moment I am having problems with my ankle but they never count that when they are doing their DAS Score and I don't know why this should be. I hate having a sore shoulder but at least I don't walk on it so please can someone tell me why they don't think our feet are important enough to count. It got me thinking perhaps we don't really need feet and we should learn to walk on our hands. Sorry, I am being silly now.
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