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  • Athletic Injuries In Sports

    Athletic injuries are common in sports. They can happen in all different types of athletes. Some injuries can be very dangerous or not bother someone at all. It can depend on what happened, how it happened, or how severe the injury was. Some injuries can cause major difficulties in the future and/or even ruin someones sports career. Hip bursitis is a common problem in athletes. It causes pain in the hip and on the outside of the upper thigh. The bursa is a sac filled with fluid that allows a…

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  • Talipes Equinovarus Case Summary

    Talipes equinovarus (club foot) is a congenital deformity; it is a relatively common occurring in approximately 1:1000 births. Developed of the foot is deformed when compared to the relationship to the leg. The Achilles tendon and posterior ankle are contracted and the foot is inverted and rotated in relationship to the leg. People with this deformity will have excessive pressure on the lateral portion of the foot, due to its abnormal positioning. Patient’s conditions • Excessive swelling…

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  • Gluteal Maximus Muscle Research Paper

    quadrangular in shape and has a broad origin at the lateral surface of the ilium posterior to the linea glutea posterior, and along the dorsal surface of lower sacrum and the lateral surface of the coccyx to the external surface of the sacrotuberous ligament. There is also attachment to fascia overlying the gluteal medius muscle and between the ilium and sacrum, to fascia covering the erector spinae muscle. It covers diagonally downwards and laterally towards the femur. The upper two thirds…

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  • Essay On Patellar Dislocation

    Introduction Patellar dislocation occurs when your kneecap (patella) slips out of its normal position. The patella is located in a groove in front of the lower end of your thighbone (femur). This groove is called the patellofemoral groove. It usually occurs toward the outside of the leg. What are the causes? This condition is caused by: Force. Sports injuries. Twisting the knee when the foot is planted. What increases the risk? This condition is more like to occur in: Women. People who play…

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  • Achilles Tendinitis Research Paper

    What is Achilles Tendinitis? The Achilles tendon in the back of your foot is the tendon that assists with a variety of activities. When you run, stand, jump or walk, this tendon is making all of that possible. When this tendon becomes sore or swollen from an injury or overuse, it's called Achilles Tendinitis. There are two kinds of Achilles Tendinitis. One kind of tendinitis impacts the bottom portion of the tendon, and this kind of pain and swelling can occur in people who have had an injury…

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  • Subtalar Joint Position

    In this article, different subtalar joint positioning during gastrocnemius stretching was investigated to conclude wether or not the position of the subtalar joint had significant effect on dorsiflexion ROM. . Patients with ankle oversee injuries, and patients with limited dorsiflexion ROM, are often prescribed stretches for the gastrocnemius calf muscle as part of their rehab program. (JAT, NATA). The idea behind this is that the tight calf muscles may have an negative effect on reaching…

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  • Surgical Technique Report

    ENDOBUTTON TECHNIQUE AND OUTCOME FOR THE SURGICAL TREATMENT OF ACROMIOCLAVICULAR JOINT DISLOCATION INTRODUCTION: Dis-joining of AC- joint is one of the most common shoulder dislocation seen specially among active individuals and athletes. According to Rockwood classification, nonoperative treatments are recommended for Rockwood 1 and 2 type separations, while the management of Rockwood 3 dislocation still remains controversial. Rockwood 4 and above mentioned type of dislocations require…

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  • Narrative Essay On Sports Injury

    get injured, unless you hate the sport, but it’s guaranteed that a few weeks can be missed through an athletic career due to injuries. However, there is always one injury that athletes fear more than any other, and that is surgery to fix any torn ligaments in your knee. My freshman year of high school, I was the unlucky soul that suffered a torn ACL and Meniscus in my left knee. To this day I’m still not sure how it really happened, but it has definitely impacted my life. It all started on a…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Knee Replacement

    PDF (6) KNEE REPLACEMENT (FAQs) Q.1: Do I need a knee replacement surgery? Regardless of your age, a severe pain in your knees may limit your daily activities such as walking, getting up from a chair or climbing stairs. However, these problems grow often over a period of time, but you don’t have to restrict your routine activities due to such pain or decreased range of motion. The major breakthroughs in orthopedic medical care have made the total knee joint replacement a feasible option for…

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  • Depression Case Study Essay

    Eric Dickson, who has applied for disability, is 55 years old, and currently suffers from depression because he can 't work due to ongoing legs and knees conditions. He has been diagnosed with spinal stenosis, sleep apnea, osteoarthritis, b12 deficiency, and many other problems. Due to his conditions he cannot stand, or walk for long distances, and when walking long distances, he has to stop and catch his breath due to pain, at times is uncontrollable. When he is at home, laying or sitting down…

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