Video: Treating frostbite


When the temperatures drop, frostbite is a huge concern for adults and children.

One of the most important things to remember is that fingers, toes, noses and ears can be affected by frostbite with temperatures  above freezing, if you are not careful.

Dr. Aleah Gibson, a family physician with St. Elizabeth explains more about preventing frostbite, what it looks like and what to do if you suspect you or someone you love has it in the video below. You can also check out this handy infographic for more information about preventing frostbite and hypothermia.