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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...

The different types of elbow instability and injuries

The Popping Elbow Some patients complain of elbow instability. Elbow instability is a "looseness" in the elbow joint that may cause the joint to catch, jam, pop, or slide out of place during certain arm movements. It most often occurs as a result of an injury —...

Peroneal Longus Tendon Tear

The Peroneal Tendons of the Ankle and Foot The peroneals are two muscles and their tendons that lie along the outside of the lower leg bone (the fibula) and cross behind the lateral malleolus (the outer ankle bone). Major muscles that support the lateral part of the...

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