February 2017

Dislocated ankle

A dislocated ankle is a serious injury that typically occurs along with a fracture or full rupture of the lateral ankle ligaments. The injury can be categorized as anterior, posterior or superior. What are the indications? The indications of a dislocated ankle are quite evident such as: Abrupt intense pain Loss of normal function Evident

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Sesamoiditis is an condition that affects the sesamoid bones of the 1st MTP joint which results to inflammation leading to forefoot pain, especially when bearing weight. The sesamoid bones are 2 small-sized bones embedded in the tendon of the flexor hallucis brevis muscle beneath the base of the big toe. The function of the sesamoid

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