Arthroscopic Management of Labral Tears in the Hip
- Isolated Irreducible Chronic Volar Dislocation of the Distal Radioulnar Joint. Yuan Li; Hui Yan // Case Connector;Oct-Dec2014, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p1
Case: We report a case of a fifty-eight-year-old woman who sustained a chronic dislocation of the distal radioulnar joint (DRUJ) with extensive secondary cartilage damage and bone loss. We performed an open reduction to restore normal alignment of the distal part of the radius and the distal...
- Juice up your joints. Henry, Sara J.; Rao, Linda // Prevention;May94, Vol. 46 Issue 5, p82
Provides information on preventing and dealing with pain, stiffness and other discomforts in joints. Why joints become painful; Rejuvenating the joints; Exercises to develop optimum flexibility and head off problems of overuse. INSETS: Take the click out of this joint (temporomandibular...
- Managing AC joint injuries. Pappas, Arthur M.; Rubin, Aaron // Physician & Sportsmedicine;Jun98, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p36
Focuses on acromioclavicular (AC) joint injuries, while discussing injury mechanisms and classification. Evaluation and treatment of the six types of acute injuries, chronic dislocations and sprains, and associated coracoid fractures; Classification of acute AC joint injuries; Identification of...
- Ask Dr. Carolyn Dean... Dean, Carolyn // Health News & Review;Summer95, p4
Presents an excerpt from the book `Dr. Carolyn Dean's Complementary Natural Prescriptions For Common Ailments,' by Carolyn Dean, about alternative treatment for joint pain. Diagnosis of arthritis; Allergies as a cause of joint symptoms.
- The way to wrap. Wolverton, Brad; Fiske, Susan Festa // Tennis;Dec97, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p18
Introduces the instant ice pack called Wrapz which is ideal for healing injured joints mostly experienced by athletes. Reusability as either a cold or hot pack.
- The silent epidemic of hip fractures. Stehlin, D. // FDA Consumer;May88, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p18
Elderly women are the main victims of the growing but largely unpublicized problem of hip fractures. There are new treatments for this crippling condition, but--even better--there are ways to help prevent it. INSET: Home safety measures.;Bone loss and gain..
- Hip fracture prevention: Beyond estrogen and calcium. // HealthFacts;Feb94, Vol. 19 Issue 177, p3
Comments on a study on loss of bone density in men and women over the age of 65 and hip fracture. Researcher Susan Greenspan and others conducted the first study to look at both bone mineral density and at the characteristics of the fall. Findings; Conclusions; Prevention of falls.
- Chores build bones. // Prevention;Oct93, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p22
Looks at a study which found that doing chores early in life might reduce the risks of hip fractures later in life. Findings about women who engaged in various activities, including team sports; Report in the May 1992 issue of `Osteoporosis International'; More.
- Helping elderly cope with hip fractures. // USA Today Magazine;Feb93, Vol. 121 Issue 2573, p12
Reports that medical treatment for hip fractures can lead to complications in older people, depending upon their health status. Rehabilitation; Depression; Popularity of home care programs for elderly; Comments from Thomas P. Sculco, a clinical professor in the Department of Orthopaedic...