Washington America's newly-elected President Joe Biden has a minor fracture in one leg and will now need a 'walking boot' to walk. His doctor gave this information. While playing with his pet dog 'Major' on Saturday, Biden's leg was twisted by his ankle. Biden celebrated his 78th birthday on November 20 and is going to become the oldest president in American history.
Dr. Kevin Okonnor, who is treating Biden, said on Sunday, "No fracture was detected in the initial X-ray. But the clinical investigation required a deeper look. "O'Connor, director at GW Medical Faculty Associates, said after looking at the results of Biden's investigation," A subsequent CT scan showed a slight middle of the leg of newly-elected President Biden. Fracture detected. He may need a walking boot for the next several weeks. "President Donald Trump tweeted on Sunday evening and wished Biden a speedy recovery. Biden's previous health record was released by Dr. Okonnor in December 2019.
The doctor had said that Biden is healthy and fit to become president. According to the health report, Biden does not consume tobacco or alcohol and exercises five days a week. He takes blood thinners and other medications for problems such as acid reflux, cholesterol and seasonal allergies. Biden adopted the Major in 2018, a German Shepherd breed dog. He has another German Shepherd dog named Champ which he adopted after the 2008 presidential election. The Biden couple have said they plan to take both dogs to the White House.