Are you aware of the postoperative complications of the spine surgery?

Last updated: 18th June, 2018  The occurrence of complications after spine surgery is unavoidable. The frequency of the postoperative complications varies person to person. According to the “European Spine Journal”, the complications after spine surgery mostly depend on the underlying pathology and the procedure. Some other factors like technical failure, unexpected body response, or anatomical variation […]

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Cervical herniated disc: Suffering from neck, shoulder and arm pain?

Last updated: 18th June, 2018  Are you suffering from neck, shoulder or arm pain frequently? If yes, you should have an immediate check up with your doctor, because it may be related to your cervical (intervertebral disc) spine. Our cervical spine is made up of first 7 vertebrae present between the head and the chest. So, […]

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Postoperative Complications and Care of ACL Reconstructions

Last updated: 18th June, 2018  Anterior cruciate ligament tear or damage is a common injury in young athletes and people who actively use the knees. Arthroscopic reconstruction of ACL is a popular surgical technique to repair the torn ACL. It is reported that patients undergoing this procedure are benefitted with 85-90% satisfaction with the restoration of […]

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Arthroscopic anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury and its treatments

Last updated: 18th June, 2018  What is ACL ligament? The ligament that is present in the center of our knee is called as anterior cruciate ligament or ACL. Four major ligaments hold the knee together, and the ACL is one among them. The ACL is damaged when it is twisted or injured. It is the site for one […]

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Shoulder Arthroscopy and Decompressions

shoulder arthroscopy

Last updated: 7th October, 2017  “Shoulder arthroscopy and decompression” is the procedure which is performed to treat shoulder impingement. In shoulder impingement, the rotator cuff muscles are trapped (pinched) and compressed by the surrounding structures of the shoulder during the movement. According to the Journal of Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy, 20% of all disability related musculoskeletal problem are […]

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A 2 minutes of hopping a day, keeps hip fracture at bay

hopping to keep your hip bones healthy

Last updated: 7th October, 2017  Our bones become thinner with age, which is quite significant in the hip bones. In the hip bone, it causes a localized thinning and makes it more susceptible to fracture. A  Journal of Bone and Mineral Research study mentions that regular and high-impact exercise, particularly hopping or jumping can strengthen the hip bone, reducing […]

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