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Muscle Tears | Vastus Lateralis Tendon Rupture & Treatment

Avulsion of the Vastus Lateralis Tendon From Doing Gym Squats A rupture can in principle occur to all muscles in the thigh, however, ruptures most often happen in the anterior muscle (M quadriceps femoris) which has the function of stretching the knee and flexing the...

An Injury from Doing Bench Presses | Pectoralis Major Muscle Tear

A 20 year old man was doing bench presses when he felt a painful pop in his left shoulder.   He had immediate pain in his left axilla (arm pit) and could not support the 115kg weights. His coach was able to assist him when the accident happened. He was seen at the...

Treatment of Distal Radius Malunion

Distal Radius Fracture Distal radius fracture usually occurs from a slip and fall onto the outstretched hand. It is a "wrist" fracture. There will be pain, swelling and sometimes deformity of the wrist if the fracture is badly displaced. Distal radius fractures, if...

Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) Tears – How I Treat These Injuries

What is the Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL)? A ligament is a strong fibrous tissue that attaches one bone to another. The anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments form an "X" in the centre of the knee joint. The posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) being the larger of...

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