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  • Bench Press Research Paper

    Introduction Bench Press Exercise: The bench press is a key exercise in strength and conditioning programs. It is one of the most popular exercises amongst competitive and recreational athletes. The bench press commonly measures and evaluates upper-body strength, muscle-mass, power and, in some cases, muscular endurance. The lift is typically performed lying supine on a bench using a barbell. There are several variations of the bench press exercises to include the wide-grip bench press,…

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  • Elbow Joint Research Paper

    -The positioning of the bones forming the elbow joint produce the hinge synovial joint. This allows the elbow to make extensions and flexion. The extension involves the Triceps brachii and anconeus (the continuation of the tricep brachii). Flexion is involving the; Brachialis, biceps brachii, and brachioradialis. - The bending of a joint part so that the angle decreases and the two parts come closer together, it called Flexion. The straitening of a joint increasing the two parts to move apart,…

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  • Deltoid Ankle Research Paper

    What would happen if we had no ankles? Ankles are crucial to our movement and play a huge part in moving our feet and walking. The ankle is a large joint made up of three main bones. These three main bones are the tibia, the fibula and the talus which all join together to make the ankle joint which helps control movement in your foot.The ankle contributes to a lot of lower limb stability which allows humans to run, jump and perform various other activities which require moving.The ankles…

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  • Basketball Injury Research Paper

    Around 92% of all basketball players will have an ankle sprain at least one time during their playing career. Most basketball injuries are sprains, strains or contusions (muscle damage by impact) meaning the most common injured area for basketball players are either their ankle or knee. Here are the typical injuries found in basketball and what to do if they occur. Sprained Ankle One of the most frequent injuries is when a player rolls their ankle - where the sole of the foot faces inwards.…

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  • Robert Osgood-Schlatter Disease

    Research In 1903, Robert Osgood, a US orthopedic surgeon, and Carl Schlatter, a Swiss surgeon, concurrently described the disease that now bears their names. They found a pattern in which teenagers who are still growing often experience knee pain and inflammation in the area just below the knee and they called it Osgood-Schlatter disease. Teens experience symptoms of this while doing athletic activities or doing some regular exercise like climbing stairs. They feel pain in their knee,…

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  • Arthroscopic Knee Surgery

    smoothly. Arthroscopic knee surgery is the most common orthopedic procedure done in the United States so far. Arthroscopy is considered to be a surgical procedure done by an orthopedic doctor /surgeon, which they examine the internal structure of a joint and all of its’ components. It is considered to be a minimally invasive surgery, not causing much bleeding, and normally done within an outpatient setting (doctor’s office, surgical center). The reason it is done is to hopefully diminish any…

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  • Glenohumeral Dislocation Essay

    Glenohumeral joint dislocations are injuries involved with damaged ligaments, fractures and neurovascular damage (Cunningham, 2012). The anterior dislocation, also known as the “subcoracoid dislocation” is when the humeral head (shoulder head) lies anterior and medial to the glenoid cavity (the fossa the humeral head articulates with). With this movement of the bone it causes pain, instability and restricts the joint. Static and dynamic forces prevent this joint from relocating (Cunningham,…

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  • Hip Resurfacing Lab Report

    mobility for patients with hip pain and joint deterioration. The implant contains two parts, both made of Cobalt-Chromium alloy. The top portion of the implant is spherical, which looks like half of a ball, with a thin cylindrical stem that branches out of the spherical piece. The parts are the acetabular cup and the femoral head. Discussion Acetabular Cup The acetabular cup is a part of a partial hip prosthesis that is inserted into the acetabulum, or hip joint and used as a socket. The…

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  • Ankle Injury In Dance

    is the most frequently injured body part in dance, as seen through studies claiming its comprising of 27%-49% of all injuries in ballet, modern, flamenco, and tap dancers, with experience being a factor (ANKLE AND FOOT INJURIES IN DANCERS). Ankle joint compression forces have been calculated to endure five times one’s body weight while walking and nine…

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  • Post Traumatic Arthritis Case Paper

    Assessment: The patient has developed painful post traumatic arthritis to the left ankle. She has large osteophytes to the anterior ankle joint causing impingement and pain with active range of motion. The left ankle fracture is well healed by x-ray evaluation. The most likely diagnosis is post-traumatic osteoarthritis after an open fracture dislocation of the left ankle 20 years ago. In a fracture dislocation of the ankle, the exposed cartilage can be disrupted and lead to osteoarthritis. In…

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