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    Dawes Point Summary If you love the idea of living near the waterfront, Dawes Point (Walsh Bay), is one of the most desirable waterfront suburbs in Sydney. Located right next to the Sydney Harbour Bridge, you’ll find an exclusive blend of luxury waterfront properties, entertainment, commercial, and restaurant culture all around. Dawes Point is considered a quiet alcove on Sydney Harbour where the historic Rocks area is easily accessible. Living here provides you with easy access to the…

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    The car was ready for our trip to Emerald Isle North Carolina. My brother Will and I argued on who would sit in the “hump” in the car. The “hump” was the tightest, most cramped and the seat that can’t adjust in the middle of the two awesome window seats. Will even tried to get my older brother Danny who was almost 15 to sit in that seat! “I have been sitting in that seat for 13 hours for 14 years! No way Will!” Danny complained. Annoyed, I held my breathe and volunteered to sit in the awful…

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    Carpal Strain Injuries

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    course of their life. This pain is often the result of repetitive movement or overuse of the tendons, nerves, and/or muscles referred to as a repetitive strain injury. One common repetitive strain injury is carpal tunnel syndrome, which occurs due to constant pressure and irritation of the carpal tunnel. For a serious musician, the occurrence of repetitive strain injuries is very troublesome and if resulting in serious injury, can affect their profession and lifestyle. Therefore, it is vital to…

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    Occupational Balance

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    Article 1- The Occupational Therapy faculty student collaborated on a research project about “occupational Balance in Religious Sisters of Mercy using Matuska and Christainsen’s life Balance Model,” which was published in the journal of Occupational Science’s online edition. The research project examined the effects of risen stress in today’s lifestyle contributed to discontent with life and diminished well-being. The researchers examined how the Religious Sisters of Mercy achieve life…

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    Common Hand Disorder

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    Common Injuries and disorder of the Hand The Hand is used for just about everything in daily life. Everything from holding a pencil to driving requires the use of the carpals and metacarpals. Therefore it is understandable that injury to this area is very common. Breaks and diseases are prominent in this region. There are many different types of fractures that can happen as well as multiple diseases. When diagnosing fractures of the hand, the types of fractures must be known. There are seven…

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    work-related injury due to computer/typing duties. The patient is status post left wrist endoscopic carpal tunnel release, first dorsal compartment release, second dorsal compartment release and tenosynovectomy and arthroscopy and excision of central triangular fibrocartilage complex tear on 08/25/14 and right wrist arthroscopy and excision of central triangular fibrocartilage complex tear, carpal tunnel syndrome, first and second dorsal compartment tenosynovitis and lunotriquetral ligament…

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    of the proximal phalanx of the thumb (Starkey, et al., 2011). ii. Its main functions are adduction of the 1st CMC and MCP (Starkey, et al., 2011). 19. Central compartment (The section between the II & III MCP) a. The flexor tendons leave the carpal tunnel and enter a central compartment in the palm. This compartment contains the flexor tendons and their synovial sheaths, the lumbrical muscles, and the digital nerves and vessels (AnatomyExpert, 2014). 20. Hypothenar compartment/eminence (The…

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    DOI: 07/02/2014. This is a 50-year-old female crew member who sustained cumulative trauma to her neck, right hand, arm, elbow, wrist, and upper extremity. Patient is diagnosed with trigger finger, carpal tunnel syndrome, lateral epicondylitis, and medial epicondylitis. Per office visit note dated 04/25/2016, patient continues to have right middle and ring finger pain with any activity that involves grasping and gripping of the right hand. The numbness of the last two fingers has become constant…

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    Hand Pain Case Summary

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    DOI: 8/20/2009. Patient is a 65-year-old female stocker who sustained injury to her bilateral hand and wrists from performing her job duties. As per OMNI entry, she was diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome, status post carpal tunnel release; and trigger fingers. IW was deemed at maximum medical improvement (MMI) by QME Dr. Choi on 06/20/13 with 0% permanent disability and on 07/14/16, with 0% whole person impairment. Based on the progress report dated 04/28/16, the patient complains of…

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    a 54-year-old female assembler who sustained a right elbow injury on 8/16/2011 due to repetitive use of torque wrench. Patient has multiple diagnosis which includes complex regional pain syndrome I of upper limb, bilateral; Carpal tunnel syndrome, left upper limb; carpal tunnel syndrome, right upper limb; and Lateral epicondylitis, unspecified elbow. Per medical report dated 5/9/2016, patient presents with primary complaints of right upper extremity pain and right middle finger pain. Patient…

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