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Definition of a sprain?
A sprain is the stretching or tearing of ligaments.
All types of sprains?
1st Degree: Stretching of ligamentous fibers. 2nd:
All types of shoulder sprains?
Glenohumeral Dislocation. Acromioclavicular
Types of knee sprains?
ACL (Anterior Cruciate), PCL (Posterior Cruciate), MCL
Treatment for sprains?
1st/2nd (24-48HR) Rest Ice Compression Elevation, joint
Definition of tendonitis?
Irritation due to repetitive muscle activity.
Symptoms of tendonitis?
Redness, swelling, pain & crackle sounds.
Treatment for tendonitis?
Rest. No improvement? Medical care.
What is a tendon?
Band of fibrous tissue that attaches muscle to bone.
Definition of a sprain?
A sprain is the stretching or tearing of ligaments.
All types of sprains?
1st Degree, Stretching of ligamentous fibers. 2nd, Tear/seperate ligamentous fibers. 3rd, Complete rupture of ligament.
All types of shoulder sprains?
Glenohumeral Dislocation. Acromioclavicular Contusion. Acromioclavicular Sprain. Sternoclavical Sprains. Clavicle Fracture.
Types of knee sprains
ACL (Anterior Cruciate), PCL (Posterior Cruciate), MCL (Medial Collateral), LCL (Lateral Collateral) & Meniscal Injury.
Treatment for sprains?
1st/2nd (24-48HR), Rest Ice Compression Elevation, joint stability; 3rd, surgery.
Symptoms of tendonitis?
Redness, swelling, pain & crackle sounds.
Treatment for tendonitis?
Rest. No improvement? Medical care.
What is a tendon?
Band of fibrous tissue that attaches muscle to bone.