Squash star pain-free after nearly 30 years

Squash star pain-free after nearly 30 years

Anna-Marie Brentall took a ‘no pain, no gain’ attitude towards her favourite sport of Squash when she injured her ankle to ensure that she could continue playing.

After Anna-Marie realised that she could no longer continue to use bandages, painkillers and straps to ease the pain in her ankle, she made a tough decision to have the operation that she desperately needed even though fully aware that she may no longer be able to compete at a high level.

She met with a Consultant Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Surgeon – Mark Herron who runs a clinic at BMI The Priory Hospital in Birmingham. In a relatively short amount of time Anna-Marie was back playing Squash and hitting the dance floor with her friends without experiencing the pain she once endured.

Read the full story on the PrivateHealthcare UK site