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Tag: Orthopaedics

Straight Back, tips to keep your back healthy
September 15, 2020

Most of us have experienced bouts of back pain at some point of our adult lives. Today, back pain and related conditions is said to be one of the most frequent medical complaints. It is also one of the most common reasons for lost work time, coming second only to the common cold. Here we explore the common causes of back pain and explore tips for maintaining a healthy back.  Back pain is broadly divided into two categories. These are chronic back pain and acute back pain. Chronic back pain is

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Knee Replacement surgery,joint pain,knee pain
January 10, 2020

Aging has various effects on the body. One of the most important areas that the aging process affects, is the bone strength. With advancing age bone strength tends to decrease and joints lose their mobility. Knee joints are one of the most affected joints of the body which affects almost every aging person. Knee pain due to osteoarthritis is an extremely disturbing condition that people go through. It affects the daily lives of the affected individuals significantly. When all medical

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Carpal Tunnel syndrome,orthopaedics
November 14, 2019

The hand and the wrist bones are flexible which offer the body with support and elasticity to move objects in many ways according to their wishes. The ulna and radius of the forearm, support many of the hand’s muscles. There are 27 bones in the hand and all of them have an incredibly precise range of flexibility. The hand can be considered in four segments: Fingers Dorsum Wrist Palm What is Carpal Tunnel? The carpal tunnel is a narrow, tunnel-like structure in the wrist,

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ACL Tear
August 30, 2019

Sports participation results in 70 percent of Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) tears and the majority of these occur in the 15-45-year-old population, but these injuries are also seen commonly in non-sports cases. Majority of ACL injuries are non-contact injuries that occur at the time of sudden change in direction with a planted foot (i.e. cutting) or stopping suddenly. The ACL is an important stabilising ligament of the knee that provides the hinge to keep the knee stable while moving.

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