Joint Injuries

Subacromial bursitis

Subacromial bursitis triggers symptoms strikingly the same as supraspinatus tendinitis with shoulder pain at a 60-degree arc if the arm is raised sideways. It is important to note that the supraspinatus muscle travels throughout the top part of the shoulder blade and links via the tendon at the upper part of the arm. This […]

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Periostitis involves inflammation of the periosteum. This condition typically affects those who play soccer, football and runners. The periosteum is the dense connective tissue that protects and secures the muscle fibers to the bone tissue. In most cases, periostitis develops if there is an injury, cancerous growth, severe infection or any autoimmune condition that

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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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