The bones of your flat and hammer head are your most valuable possessions, and they’re usually in good shape.
The problem is, some of them can’t be fixed without breaking.
Here are eight of the most common problems.1.
Bone-in or bone-out.
This can happen when a piece of the bone is broken and doesn’t fit in a socket or the socket doesn’t have enough clearance for the piece of bone.2.
This is the most obvious issue.
You can easily break your flat head by striking it with your heel.
If the bone breaks, the whole thing won’t fit.3.
The bone’s a bit hard.
This doesn’t necessarily mean it needs to be broken.
But it may indicate a weak joint, such as a hip joint or ankle.
If this is the case, you may need surgery to repair the bone.4.
The bones are brittle.
This isn’t necessarily a sign of weakness.
But the bones may break because of a problem with the socket or some of the surrounding tissue.
If you break a bone in the socket, the socket can bend or break because the bones inside it are fragile.5.
The socket is damaged.
The best way to prevent a fracture is to have your flat back and side muscles properly strengthened.
You may also want to wear thick, padded, and supportive clothing.
You don’t want to take on the weight of the flat head while you’re in the shower or the bathtub.6.
The joint is weak.
If your flat is loose or brittle, you should be checking the area around the joint.
Your spine is a major joint that carries the weight on your shoulders, back, and head.
If it’s loose, it’s likely because the joint is weakened or damaged.7.
The rib cage is weak or broken.
A rib cage doesn’t make a great foundation for a flat.
If a rib cage has been fractured or worn away, it may need to be replaced.
If so, your surgeon will need to remove the rib cage.8.
The soft tissue in your flat has broken.
This may be due to the lack of compression in your spine, or your muscles are tight.
It may also be a sign that you’ve worn out your spine muscles.