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Bone Fractures

Different Types of Bone Fractures

Bone fractures are common injuries. They occur when a sizable external force causes the bone to break. Falls, moving collisions an...

Fractured Bone Diet

Individuals most at risk for bone fractures include those with osteoporosis, bone tumors or disorders affecting bone, according to...

What Are the Causes of Tibial Stress Fractures?

There are two bones in the shin area--the front lower part of your leg. The larger of these two bones is the tibia. A tibial stres...

Spondylolisthesis Exercises

Spondylolisthesis is a condition in which one of the bones constituting your spine, known as vertebrae, slips forward anteriorly. ...

Kyphoscoliosis Causes

Kyphoscoliosis describes an abnormal curvature of the spine. Kyphoscoliosis combines kyphosis--a curve in the spine resulting in a...

About the Fibula

The fibula is a bone in the lower leg. When mature, it consists of bone and cartilage. Cartilage is present on surfaces that cove...

Types of Equine Splint Bone Fractures

Equine splint bones run down each side of the horse’s leg and attach by ligaments to the shinbone, also called the cannon bo...

How to Look After a Child With a Broken Tibia at Home

A shinbone, or tibia, fracture is the most common type of long bone fracture that can occur, according to the American Academy of ...

Spine Stress Fracture Exercises

Stress fractures in your spine can give you an aching back. A stress fracture resulting from compression in your lower back is cal...

Forearm Pain in Children

Active children who run, play and wrestle with their siblings and friends are more likely than sedentary children to complain of f...
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