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ACL is a most common knee injury occurring due to low velocity, deceleration injuries and direct contact or collision. Normally, ACL injury happens when knee is hyperextended, straightened beyond its normal limits twisted or bent side to side.
Anatomy: Femur or the end of thigh-bone is located where it meets the top of thigh-bone, or tibia. Medial collateral ligament (MCL) runs along the inside...read more
There are broadly three types of articular cartilage: the hyaline cartilage covering the joint surfaces, the elastic cartilage found in the outer ear and the fibrocartilage found in the knee meniscus and the vertebral disk.
In the knee, it functions alongside the fibrocartilage but are identified as different structures with different functionalities. ...read more
Meniscal injuries are very common with every age group. As individual ages, the meniscus gets weaker and is injured even with minor trauma.read more
Osteoarthritis (OA) is a common problem for many people after middle age. Osteoarthritis is sometimes referred to as degenerative, or wear and tear, arthritis. It commonly affects the knee joint. In fact, knee Osteoarthritis is the most common cause of disability in the United States. In the past, people were led to believe that nothing could be done for their problem. Now doctors have many ways to treat knee OA so patients have less pain, better movement, and enhanced quality of life.read more
Knee is the largest joint in your body. Knee ligaments connect your thighbone to the lower leg bones. Knee ligament sprains or tears are a common sports injury. Normally, sportsmen participating in football or soccer are more likely to injure their collateral ligaments.
Knee joint is formed by three bones- femur (thighbone), shinbone (tibia) and kneecap (patella). Your kneecap sits in front of the joint to provide some protection.read more
The posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) is one of the less commonly injured ligaments of the knee. Understanding this injury and developing new treatments for it have lagged behind the other cruciate ligament in the knee, the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), probably because there are far fewer PCL injuries than ACL injuries.read more
Torn ACLs usually require surgical intervention. But elderly patients who have low activity levels may benefit from non-surgical ACL tear treatments.read more
There are three cell stimulation techniques used to treat articular cartilage injury:
Partial meniscectomy The damaged portion of the meniscus is taken out by way of small incisions made and an arthroscope is used to view the damage and remove the torn portion of the meniscus. This surgery is chosen for avascular tears.read more
Osteoarthritis can't be cured, but therapies are available to ease symptoms and to slow down the degeneration. Recent information shows that mild cases of knee osteoarthritis may be maintained and in some cases improved without surgery.read more
Adhesive capsulitis, also called frozen shoulder, is a painful condition. It results in a severe loss of motion in the shoulder. It may follow an injury, or it may arise gradually with no injury or warning.Read More
The shoulder is a very complex piece of machinery. Its elegant design gives the shoulder joint great range of motion, but not much stability. As long as all the parts are in good working order, the shoulder can move freely and painlessly.
Many people refer to any pain in the shoulder as bursitis. The term bursitis really only means that the part of the shoulder called the bursa is inflamed. Tendonitis is when a tendon gets inflamed.Read More
The shoulder is an elegant and complex piece of machinery. Its design allows us to reach and use our hands in many different positions. However, while the shoulder joint has great range of motion, it is not very stable. This makes the shoulder vulnerable to problems if any of its parts arenít in good working order.
The rotator cuff tendons are key to the healthy functioning of the shoulder. They are subject to a lot of wear and tear, or degeneration, as we use our arms.Read More
Shoulder instability means that the shoulder joint is too loose and is able to slide around too much in the socket. In some cases, the unstable shoulder actually slips out of the socket. If the shoulder slips completely out of the socket, it has become dislocated. If not treated, instability can lead to arthritis of the shoulder joint.Read More