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  • Radial Head Elbow Fracture Treatment, Recovery Time, and More

    Radial head fractures are often caused by a fall onto an outstretched hand. They are most common in two groups of patients: elderly women with osteoporosis or young men as a result of significant trauma.

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  • What is tendon rupture?

    A tendon rupture is a break in a tendon, the structure that joins a muscle to a bone. It can result from overuse, an injury, or an underlying condition.

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  • The More You Cycle, the Lower Your Risk of Knee Arthritis

    Cycling has always been touted as easy on the knees. But actually preventing arthritis? That’s a new one.

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  • Children get arthritis too, with life-changing effects—but exercise can help

    Physical activity is essential for kids with juvenile idiopathic arthritis, but sometimes there's worry it might make their symptoms worse. This condition can cause joint pain, stiffness, and weak muscles, which might stop children from being active. Yet even with these challenges, exercise is beneficial for children with JIA.

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  • The examination and treatment of soft tissue contracture of the elbow

    Treatment of the stiff elbow can be a challenging task. A thorough understanding of normal elbow anatomy and the potential causes of elbow contracture are essential for the development of effective treatment strategies. This chapter provides a review of key points for the treating surgeon including normal elbow anatomy, etiological factors that commonly contribute to elbow stiffness, physical examination and imaging of the stiff elbow, and treatment options for contracture correction.

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