Also with even a partial tear the knee will be unstable and unable to bear weight and because the ACL does not repair itself you would have to have surgery to rebuild it. If you do not plan on having ACL surgery you should at least have a doctor look at it to make sure it will be able to hold up to everyday life. Some people also feel it is not necessary to have surgery on and ACL tear but if you have problems for example if it hyperextends all the time you may want to have
Ankle sprains are some of the most common type of ankle injury (Ankle Sprain). An ankle sprain mainly occurs when a quick shifting movement is made when the foot is planted or when the foot is planted to stop and quickly shift to go another direction. This can cause the ankle to roll inward or outward and the foot goes the opposite direction of the the ankle. The movement can make the ligaments on the ankle stretch and tear, and
 who reported that each position (side lying, prone or sitting) affect the static position of the vestibular system differently and may differently affect the muscle tone and hence affect the power and range of motion. Before treatment there was significant affection in motor function of the upper extremity performance in the three groups. This comes in agreement with Sutcliffe et al.  who reported that impaired hand function is a major debilitating factor for the performance of activities of daily living in hemiplegic CP. The impairment of the hand is often the result of damage to the motor cortex and cortico spinal pathways responsible for the fine motor control of the hand and fingers.
The protective cartilage on the ends of bones breaks down, causing pain, swelling and problems moving the joint. Bony growths can develop, and the area can become inflamed. The major symptoms are joint pain and stiffness. Some people can have swelling, tenderness and grating or crackling sound when moving (NHS,n.d). These are the symptoms Mohamed reported to the doctor.
Not possessing perfect technique can cause the muscles to form wrong, hurting your chances at looking effortless, or could cause a serious injury, such as a break or sprain. The majority of the injuries in dancers occur in the lower half of the body, notably the lower back, knees, and feet. Serious enough injuries can lead to lifelong conditions that can only be managed, not cured. In this essay, accessory bones,
Your spinal column is an intricate network of nerves and blood vessels. A slipped disk can place extra pressure on the nerves and muscles around it. Symptoms of a slipped disk include: • Pain and numbness, most commonly on one side of the body • Pain that extends to your arms and/or legs • Pain that gets worse at night • Pain that gets worse after standing or sitting • Pain when walking short
From the name itself, jumping and kicking are major reasons of having this kind of patellar pain which places a large amount of strain on the tendon resulting to microscopic tears, inflammation and gradual onset and progression of pain. This kind of kneecap pain is caused by damage to the tendon just below the kneecap. It is developed when there is repeated excess force placed on the patella tendon, inevitably during sports. At first, these microscopic tears caused by frequent jumping and kicking may not cause pain initially but eventually as it progresses, it makes the knee more and more
Femur also exhibits fatigue nature, when the load applied is continuously below the yield point it creates the cracks which leads to the failure of the material below the expected limit. The propagation of micro-crack formation in the bone material is responsible for the fatigue resistance, if the restoration capacity of these cracks is more then the fatigue resistance also high if the healing nature is controlled then resistance to absorb the energy within the bone increases. Suppose the time to repair the micro-crack formation is less, the bone becomes very sensitive in failure due to fatigue. This is seen in athletes they do not provide much time to recover (or) restore the micro-crack damages under continues loads. Modulus: Femur bone is considered as fiber composite because of inorganic formation of matrix and fibers in terms of collagen.
Introduction Osteoporosis is a disease characterized by low bone mass and deterioration of bone tissue, decreasing its strength, resulting in fragile bones. Bone is a living tissue that is continually being broken down and recovered. Osteoporosis occurs when the pace of creation of the new bone doesn't keep up with the pace of the removal ones, causing an abnormally porous bones, making it compressible like a sponge. This disorder of the skeleton weakens the bone and results in fractures (breaks) in the bones. Most frequent fractures occur in the hip, wrist or spine.