Orthopedics

Pelvic Floor and Womens Health

Pelvic Floor and Women's Health   According to the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute, pelvic rehabilitation is a non-surgical approach to rehabilitation of dysfunctions in the pelvis that contribute to bowel, bladder, sexual health and pain...

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Hip Labral Tears

What is a Hip Labral Tear? A hip labral tear occurs where there is damage to the labrum within the hip joint. The hip joint is where the thigh bone (femur) meets the pelvis (Ilium). It is described as a ball-and-socket joint. This design allows the hip to move in...

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Total Knee Replacement (Arthroplasty)

What is a Total Knee Replacement (TKR)? A total knee replacement (TKR) involves removing the ends of the bones at the knee joint (the tibia, sometimes called “shin bone”) and the femur (thigh bone) and replacing them with artificial parts. Replacement parts consist of...

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Total Hip Replacement (Arthroplasty)

Total hip replacement surgery removes damaged bone and cartilage from a painful hip and replaces it with a prosthetic or artificial hip. The hip joint is a ball-and-socket joint. The ball is part of the femur (thigh bone) and the socket is part of the hip bone/pelvic...

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Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS) is a potentially painful and disabling condition of the upper extremity. It results from the compression of structures in the thoracic outlet, a space just above the first rib, and behind the clavicle (collar...

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Snapping Hip Syndrome

What is Snapping Hip Syndrome? Snapping hip occurs when a muscle, tendon, or ligament rolls over a bony prominence in the hip. Snapping hip can occur in different areas of the hip: Front: Snapping at the front of the hip can involve the hip flexor muscle rolling over...

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Shoulder Impingement

Shoulder Impingement What is Shoulder Impingement? Shoulder impingement syndrome is a condition that develops when the rotator-cuff tendons in the shoulder are overused or injured, causing pain and movement impairments. Shoulder impingement syndrome may also be...

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Shoulder Dislocation (Treatment after Surgery)

Because the shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body and has such a wide range of motion, it is more likely to dislocate than any other joint in the body. Dislocations are among the most common traumatic injuries affecting the shoulder. Athletes, non-athletes,...

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Shoulder Dislocation (Overview)

What is a Shoulder Dislocation? The shoulder includes the clavicle (collar bone), scapula (shoulder blade), and humerus (upper-arm bone). The rounded top of the humerus and the cup-like end of the scapula fit together like a ball and socket. A shoulder dislocation can...

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Shoulder Bursitis

What is Shoulder Bursitis? Shoulder bursitis (also called subacromial bursitis) occurs when the bursa (a fluid-filled sac on the side of the shoulder) becomes damaged, irritated, or inflamed. Bursitis ("-itis"); means "inflammation") means the bursa has become...

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