Orthopedics: Bones, Joints, Ligaments and Tendons Document List
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List of Bones - Joints Publications:
New research from Shriners Hospitals for Children Canada and McGill University Montreal shows how bone cells repair themselves, giving important clues as to how to improve future care.
Information regarding Plantar fasciitis, plantar fasciopathy or jogger's heel, a painful disorder affecting the heel and underside of the foot or feet.
Muscle cramps generally result from over exertion and dehydration a lack of fluid in your system leads to electrolyte imbalance causing muscles to cramp up.
René St-Arnaud, Ph.D., Director of Research at Shriners Hospitals for Children - Canada shares his discovery of a new way to stimulate bone fracture healing.
National Institutes of Health research study finds gene mutations that cause Melorheostosis or dripping candle wax bone disease.
New research published helps explain why people experience muscle loss in old age, increasing the prospects of reversing the condition in the future.
Expert advice and tips from Physical Therapy specialist John Connolly with Armonk Physical Therapy and Sports Training on staying active while healing and avoiding further injury.
Information regarding hip impingement syndrome, symptoms include stiffness in the groin or front of thigh, and loss of full range of hip motion.
Explains the difference between Tarsal Tunnel and Carpal Tunnel Syndromes including symptoms and treatments of each.
One of the main issues people with DJD experience is difficulties with climbing or descending stairs.
Treatment is based on research showing cramps are caused by excessive firing of neurons in the spinal cord that control muscle contraction.
Information regarding tendon and ligament Injuries, includes healing and treatment methods.
Many children who sustain open bone fractures in the forearm or lower leg can heal safely without surgery.
Shoulder pain occurs in athletes who play sports that require rapid acceleration and deceleration of the throwing arm.
New findings allow unprecedented insights into actinin protein mode of action and its role in human muscle disorders.
Information regarding Arthrofibrosis, a complication of injury or trauma where excessive scar tissue leads to painful restriction of joint motion.
Report shows men are not being adequately diagnosed or treated for osteoporosis, and those with a hip fracture twice as likely to die compared to women.
Information regarding Ehlers-Danlos syndrome a group of inherited disorders that affects the connective tissues, joints, skin and walls of blood vessels.
Simple exercise using inexpensive rubber bar effective at reducing pain associated with medial epicondylosis, or golfers elbow.
Information regarding hammer toes also referred to as contracted toes a deformity of the 2nd 3rd and 4th toe when bent at the joints.
Sea coral may soon be used in bone grafting procedures thanks to new research that has made it more compatible with natural bone.
Information regarding DePuy Hip Implants and the dangers of elevated levels of chromium in the blood.
Some types of bariatric surgery can cause bone loss particularly when carried out on young people who have not yet reached their peak bone mass.
Repetitive stress injuries are not a disease they are a response to repetitive and excessive demands placed on the body.
Information on how snowy and icy weather conditions can increase the number of sprains and bone fractures from falls.
Information on visiting an orthotist to obtain knee braces for osteoarthritis and bone degeneration.
New study shows the prevalence of gout in the U.S. has risen over the last twenty years and now affects 8.3 million (4%) of Americans.
A new test shows promise for detecting the early stages of a major cause of failure in joint replacement implants.
New research reveals potentially highly effective treatment for heterotopic ossification (HO) a painful debilitating abnormal buildup of bone tissue.
Researchers found that the heavier an individual was the wider the shaft of that persons femur bone.
The time it takes for the knee to heal is directly related to how well it reacts to the chosen treatment.
Juvenile idiopathic arthritis is an autoimmune disease that affects nearly 300,000 children in the United States.
Study of tendon adhesions shows that the integrity of the surface of a tissue is critical in preventing adhesions.
Osteoarthritis of the knee is a leading cause of disability and loss of independence.
Shoulder dislocation exercises strengthen the rotator cuff to full functionality and help prevent future injuries.
Minimally invasive foot implant offers new treatment option for tarsal tunnel syndrome.
Because a torn tendon can no longer keep the biceps muscle tight a bulge in the upper arm above the elbow may appear.
Information regarding Arthrogryposis, a condition that means curved joint which implies the joint is fixed in a curved position.
Tips from the American Chiropractic Association to help avoid muscle cramps neck stiffness and back pain while waiting in line.
Fluoride added to water intending to reduce tooth decay accumulates in and can weaken bones.
Many people with talotarsal dislocation syndrome suffer before finding out about their foot condition and how to fix it HyProCure is restoring quality of life in patients who receive the implant.
Unexplained foot fractures may be the first sign of osteoporosis, a bone thinning disease.
Home-based exercises followed by voluntary home training seem to be associated with long-term effects on balance and gait.
Tendons are the body's marionette strings, connecting bones to muscles that raise an eyebrow or propel us into a full run.
New study identifies risk factors for the complications of a dangerous blood clot.
Performing early surgery on elderly hip fracture patients reduces the risk of death by 19%.
Clinical practice guideline on the diagnosis of peri-prosthetic joint infections of the hip and knee.
Joint replacement surgery involves the surgical removal of a damaged joint and putting in a new one.
93-year-old actress Zsa Zsa Gabor fell out of bed and broke her hip requiring hip replacement surgery.
R.I.C.E. principle to treat muscle related tears swelling and inflammation such as tennis elbow pain.
Information including symptoms and treatment options for Tarsal Tunnel of the foot or ankle.
Reducing and eliminating knee pain referred to as patellofemoral pain (PFP) in female runners.
Total ankle replacement surgery is a safe and effective treatment option for select patients with end-stage ankle arthritis.
Total joint replacement is thought to be among the most valued developments in the history of orthopedics.
Knee surgery also significantly improves dynamic balance among elderly patients.
The rotator cuff can be torn from a single injury but most tears result from overuse of muscles and tendons over years.
People who suffer from injuries to the distal biceps tendon may benefit from earlier surgical intervention and new surgical techniques.
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease that causes pain, swelling and stiffness.
Arthritis is one of the top three chronic diseases in Canada affecting one out of six Canadian adults.
For patients with severe knee pain supervised exercise therapy is more effective at reducing pain and improving function.
Osteoporosis drug is the first ever found to prevent cartilage loss from osteoarthritis following injury to a joint.
While there is currently no cure for arthritis, exercise plays an important role in treating the disease and minimizing damage to the joints.
A Frozen Shoulder is one of the most common shoulder conditions and one of the most disabling.
Vertebroplasty is a procedure where medical cement is injected into the spine to relieve pain and improve function in patients who have osteoporotic fractures.
Bar and strengthening exercise may alleviate tennis elbow pain from everyday activities.
Biodegradable scaffold or plug can be used to treat patients with damaged knee cartilage.
New techniques put a new twist on talus ankle repair using cells grown in a lab new treatments eliminate risks of traditional procedures.
Calcific tendonitis is a condition that causes the formation of small calcium deposits within the tendons of the rotator cuff in the shoulder.
Knee replacement restores mobility and physical functioning of the knee and relieves irrepressible pain and restrictions on quality of life caused by osteoarthritis.
Information and definition of Polyarthralgia, a medical term usually used to describe aches and pain affecting five or more joints in the human body.
Information regarding Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) a group of genetic disorders that mainly affect the bones.
Achilles tendon rupture occurs when an individual tears the tendon.
Chronic tendonitis can affect the tendons in many different parts of the body Tendons are the elastic tissue that connects the muscle to the bone.
Shoulder rotator cuff injury symptoms and how to treat the pain including exercises.
Information on Multiple Hereditary Exostoses also called Osteochondromatosis Cartilaginous Exostoses Hereditary Multiple Osteochondromata Diaphyseal Aclasis.
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