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Ligament Tear

Signs of a Torn Ligament in the Finger

Ligaments are strong bands of connective tissue that connect bone to bone. These structures keep your joints stable as you move. F...
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Exercises for Torn Shoulder Labrum

Labral tears can cause a catching sensation in your shoulder. Exercises improve movement and strength after labral tears....
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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 ...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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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Vitamins for Ligament Repair

Ligaments connect bone to bone, according to the University of Michigan. Vitamins for ligament repair can help your joints and mus...
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What Are the Treatments for a Torn Shoulder Ligament?

Shoulder ligaments are fibrous bands that hold the bones of the region together and stabilize the shoulder joints. Sports injuries...
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