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case report acute lunate dislocation
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Case Report Acute Lunate Dislocation

We present an interesting case report of an acute lunate dislocation following a motor vehicle crash

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treatment options Achilles tendinopathy
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Treatment for Insertional Achilles Teninopathy

Insertional Achilles tendinopathy is difficult to manage and there is no definite consensus on which nonoperative treatment is superior.

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Special Tests for Posterolateral Corner Knee Injuries

The posterolateral corner is comprised of multiple ligament and tendon structures that help stabilize the knee and can be evaluated by several special tests.

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chronic shoulder dislocation
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A Case of Chronic Shoulder Dislocation

Chronic shoulder dislocation is an uncommon clinical entity and we present a case of a patient who presented to the ED with a chronic…

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Jugular Vein Compression Collars

Sports-related concussion can exert serious acute and long-term consequences on brain microstructure, function, and behavioral outcomes.

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MRI Findings of Peroneal Tendon Pathology

MRI is a useful diagnostic tool to evaluate for various types of pathology seen in the peroneal tendon.

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Review of Knee Radiographs
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Review of Knee Radiographs

This post will evaluate which knee radiographs are available and which may be appropriate for certain conditions.

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Synovial Chondromatosis Review

Synovial chondromatosis is a benign proliferative process that is characterized by multiple loose bodies in the joint that can cause pain and swelling in…

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achilles tendon injuries in professeional athletes
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Achilles Ruptures in Professional Athletes

Achilles tendon (AT) injuries are somewhat common among athletes, with ruptures occurring most frequently during athletic participation.

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Side Effects of Intra-Articular Knee Hyaluronic Acid Injection

Hyaluronic acid injections can be performed to aid in symptoms associated with osteoarthritis but have been found to cause painful knee effusions.

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Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome of the Forearm

Chronic exertional compartment syndrome of the lower limb (CECS) is well reported, but CECS of the forearm is less known.

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PRP Injections for the Treatment of Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy

PRP injections have been found to help with patient’s pain with rotator cuff tendonitis.

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Nonoperative Treatment Options for Glenoid Labrum Tears

Glenoid labrum lesions often lead to significant discomfort during daily living activities and affects up to 35% of the sporting population.

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Performing an Ultrasound Guided Morton's Neuroma Injection

Ultrasound guided injections of a Morton’s neuroma have been used to treat the symptoms associated with a neuroma of the interdigital nerve.

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PRP for Partial UCL Tears

Ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) injuries of the elbow are very common among overhead athletes and providers will likely run across multiple cases each season.

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Performing an Ultrasound Guided Trapeziometacarpal Joint Injection

Ultrasound guided trapeziometacarpal joint injections can improve accuracy in a condition that can causing pain at the base of the thumb.

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ACL Injury and Graft Trends in NFL Players

Acute knee injuries are a part of any sports medicine practice and it is important for providers to be up to date on recent…

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Review of Kienbӧck Disease

Kienbock disease is characterized by lunate necrosis and is staged based on the radiographic findings.

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Corticosteroid Injections and Cartilage Toxicity

One of the most common questions that arise with corticosteroid injections are whether or not the corticosteroid injection can wear your knee or cartilage…

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Performing an Ultrasound Guided First MTP Joint Injection

Pain localizing to the first MTP joint can be amenable to an ultrasound guided first MTP injection with corticosteroids or PRP.

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Acute injuries: RICE verses METH

The most common modality used for acute injuries is RICE. More recently, the RICE (Rest, Ice, Compression Elevation) has come under some scrutiny and…

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Tibiotalar Joint Injection: Ultrasound - Sports Medicine Review

A tibiotalar or ankle joint injection can be performed under ultrasound guidance to help treat symptoms of ankle arthritis.

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Treatment of Joint Hypermobility Syndrome

Treatment of patients in an intensive interdisciplinary pain management program and is individualized based on the needs of each patient.

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Performing a Bone Marrow Aspiration

A bone marrow aspiration is commonly performed to obtain mesenchymal progenitor cells, which can be used in joint and tendon injections to aid in…

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Joint Hypermobility Syndrome

Joint hypermobility syndrome (JHS) refers to a combination of signs and symptoms incorporating multiple body systems, including the musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, urogenital and neurological…

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Performing an Ultrasound Guided Glenohumeral Joint Injection

Ultrasound guided injections of the glenohumeral (shoulder) joint are superior to palpation guided injections in studies comparing the accuracy of both injections.

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Mental Health in Sports Medicine

The mental health of sports medicine physicians and providers can overall be difficult very to evaluate and study.

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Intrameniscal Injection Techniques - Sports Medicine Review

Ultrasound guided intrameniscal injections with PRP are a conservative option for patients with symptomatic degenerative meniscus tear.

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Review on Hip Apophysitis

Approximately one-third of school-aged children visit a professional each year for a sports injury and apophysitis is responsible for a large percentage.

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A Review on Traumatic Tympanic Membrane Perforations

Traumatic tympanic membrane perforations are the result of barotrauma to the ear and are typically treated conservatively.

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