Shoulder Arthroscopy and Decompressions

shoulder arthroscopy

Last updated: 22nd December, 2016  “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: 22nd December, 2016  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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Ankle Sprain? How should you take care of it?

Last updated: 22nd December, 2016  An ankle sprain is one of the most common injuries that may occur during sports and everyday activities. You can even have it while you walk. A sprain in the ankle occurs due to the overstretching or tearing of the ligament that supports the ankle. According to The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeon, a sprained […]

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Slipped Disc? Take the right decision!

Last updated: 22nd December, 2016  About 60-85% of people experience low back pain at some point in the life. According to the experts, a large number of the patients suffers from lower back pain and leg pain due to slipped disc. A slipped disc is also called as herniated or ruptured disc and puts pressure on one or more nerves in that area. […]

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Knee Replacement Surgery – How can it help you get rid of pain?

Last updated: 22nd December, 2016  Knee replacement is a surgical procedure in which the diseased part of the knee joint is replaced with an artificial implant or material. Conventionally, the knee replacement involves replacing the lower end of the thighbone (femur) and the upper end of the leg bone (Tibia) with or without replacement of the knee cap […]

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