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Ligament Tear

Long-Term Effects of a Sprained Ankle

Ankle sprains are a common injury, particularly among people who play sports. According to a study published in March 2015 by the ...

Ligament Tear & Knee Hyperextension

A ligament tear as the result of hyperextending your knee can vary from partial to severe. Symptoms can be severe and interfere wi...

How to Care for Pulled or Strained Muscles

The painful sensation that occurs when you pull or strain a muscle can suddenly stop you in your tracks. Muscle strains are common...

Treatment for a Sprained Finger

It's easy to injure the ligaments in your finger, particularly if you play sports. Ligaments are made of strong fibers that connec...

What Are the Treatments for a Torn Ligament in the Ankle?

Ligaments hold bones together throughout your body. If you've ever twisted your ankle, you know what it feels like to damage a...

Home Care of a Sprained Ankle

Ankle sprains are among the most common complaints of young athletes, but people of all ages are vulnerable to this injury. A mild...

Distal Bicep Tendon Tear Symptoms

The distal biceps tendon is a tough band of connective tissue that attaches the lower portion of the bicep muscle in the upper arm...

Rehabilitation of Tendon and Ligament Injuries

Joint injuries can affect multiple structures. Tendons, which attach muscle to bone, are commonly injured. Ligaments, which attach...

Scapholunate Ligament Tear Exercises

The scapholunate ligament connects two small bones in the carpal area of the wrist, near the base of the thumb. The scaphoid bone ...

Treatments for a Torn Ligament in the Elbow

The medial and ulnar collateral ligaments maintain the stability of the elbow. A tear in either of these ligaments can occur when ...
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