Joint Conditions

Ways To Prevent And Manage Golfer’s Elbow

Golfer's elbow, medically known as medial epicondylitis, is a painful condition that affects the tendons connecting the forearm and elbow. This ailment frequently impacts...

What Causes Ankylosis?

Ankylosis is a term that describes stiffness in a joint. In most cases, the condition occurs because the joint has become fused. Rather than...

What Causes Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis?

Slipped capital femoral epiphysis (SCFE) is considered the most common adolescent hip disorder. Skeletal immaturity is evident in radiographic imaging by the presence of...

Causes And Symptoms Of Snapping Hip Syndrome

Snapping hip syndrome is also known as dancer's hip, coxa saltans, and iliopsoas tendinitis. The primary symptom of the ailment is a snapping of...

Ways To Treat Shoulder Subluxation

A shoulder subluxation happens when the humerus bone in the upper arm partially dislocates from the shoulder joint. Since the shoulder joint allows for...

What Causes Hip Impingement?

Hip impingement is when a factor hinders the joint from freely moving. At its earliest stages, it is not particularly painful; people can suffer...

Common Symptoms Of A Salter-Harris Fracture

Salter-Harris fractures are cracks or breaks in a child's bones near, through, or along the growth plate, also called the physis or epiphyseal plate....

How To Treat And Prevent Bone Spurs

Bone spurs are extra pieces of bone the body makes when damage occurs at the end of a bone. These extra pieces of bone...

How To Treat Retrolisthesis

Retrolisthesis is a spinal condition referring to the displacement of one vertebra on top of another. Typically, each vertebra sits squarely on the vertebra...

Common Causes Of Facet Arthropathy

Facet joints are located along the spine, keeping the backbone in proper alignment by preventing too much motion in the vertebrae. As with any...