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  • Knee Injuries : A Knee Injury

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    Knee Injuries Brown University (n.d.) stated that people who participate in sports have a significant chance of developing a serious knee injury compared to any other injury. Over the past decade, knee injuries have risen almost 200% with the most common ones being: sprains, tears, and dislocations. These various injuries can include notorious tears known as: • Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) tears • Lateral Collateral Ligament (LCL) tears • Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) tears • Posterior

  • Arthritis In Knee

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    Arthritis in Knee – Causes and Treatments Arthritis affects approximately 43 million Americans. This condition thins the joint cartilage which then results into painful knees or hands. Types of arthritis include osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Arthritis in knee happens when the hinge-type joint from the femur’s lower end rubs with the upper end of the shin-bone or tibia. Also involved are the patella or knee cap as well as the fibula or the long bone which runs right beside the tibia on

  • Knee Replacement

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    Knee Replacement The most common complication is blood clots after the knee replacement surgery and can form in the first four weeks. Infection is the most serious complication since it can be a deep infection and requires removal of the knee replacement to fight the infection. The most important long-term complication is loosening and wear. This complication is due to the plastic plate wearing away and the knee becomes loose causing the patient pain and discomfort. New technologies and methods

  • The Injuries Of The Knee Joint

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    The knee joint is one of many synovial joints within the human body. It is the largest joint in the body and is known as a ginglymus, or hinge, joint involving the articulation of the femur and the tibia. A hinge joint is a joint between two or more articulating bones, moving in only one plane. The movements that occur at the knee are flexion and extension. The knee joint is a modified hinge joint, therefore as well as allowing the movements of flexion and extension; the movements of internal rotation

  • The Anatomy Of The Knee Injuries

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    most serious and common knee injuries. Many aspects play a role in the treatment and rehabilitation of this injury. This paper will discuss the anatomy of the knee, describe a torn ACL, and the rehabilitation. The knee is a hinge joint which gives the legs mobility. The muscles and ligaments of this joint allows flexion and extension of the leg. “Because the knee supports the majority of the body weight, it is at risk of overuse and traumatic injuries” (France). The knee is composed of 3 major bones;

  • Collateral Ligaments Of The Knee

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    There are 2 collateral ligaments of the knee; lateral collateral (LCL) and medial collateral (MCL). The LCL attaches from the lateral femoral epicondyle to the lateral part of the fibular head, and is the stronger of the 2 ligaments. It is a thin, round ligament and is extracapsular. The MCL attaches from the medial femoral epicondyle to the medial condyle and superiomedial part of the tibia. It also attaches to the medial meniscus and is a wide, fat ligament (Moore et al. 2010, p. 636). They are

  • Orthopedic Knee Essay

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    orthopedic knee This section will report on some types of orthopedic knee differentiating them according to their functions and characteristics. Orthopedic orthopedic knee to knee pads for motocross and enduro These knee pads are specially designed to protect athletes and fans of motocross and enduro. The materials used in the manufacture of orthopedic knee motocross and enduro orthopedic knee pads are high density and quality, ensuring durability of the knee and greater protection for the knee joint

  • Osteoarthritis of the Knee in Athletes

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    Osteoarthritis of the Knee in Athletes Osteoarthritis, also known as degenerative joint disease, is an endemic condition that affects 20 million people in the United States alone. Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis and is defined as a gradual process of destruction and degeneration or wearing away of the joint cartilage which typically occurs in the older individual age 50 and over (http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/330487-overview#a0101). . Although this diease is well known

  • Knee Joint Research

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    will mainly focus on the “knee joint”. This is because the knee is one of the most complex as well as the largest joint found in our body. Additionally, the knee is also one of the most vulnerable. This is because, while contributing to flexibility and movement, the knee carries more weight and pressure compared to other parts (Schmidler, 2016). For instance, when one walks, the knee supports approximately one point five times the body mass; when one climbs stairs, the knee supports three point our

  • Anatomy Of The Knee Injuries

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    Movement from the lower extremities of the human body depends on the strength, agility and flexibility of the knee. Bones, cartilage, muscles, ligaments and tendons assist with the knee getting the job done (NIH, n.d.). While supporting the body to walk, run and jump, the knee is at risk for enduring a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). This type of injury can pose a threat to athletes and their careers. When the ACL is torn, the body will lose stability and the inability to bear the weight

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