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Ankle strain
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Its purpose is to facilitate dorsiflexion and plantar flexion of the foot. The medial bony prominence of the ankle is called the medial malleolus and is formed by the tibia while the lateral malleolus… Instability to the joint occurs whenever there is a fracture of any of the bones of the joint or when there is sprain. Sprain means damage to the ligament. It…
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A Reflective Analysis on the Assessment and Management for ankle injury
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Experience at a urgent care centre (UCC) can be very challenging and at the same time a great opportunity for learning due to the different nature of injuries one encounters. Injuries are classified as major or minor depending on the condition of the patient and the underlying… The aim was not only to see the patient receiving the most suitable treatment for…
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Ankle syndesmotic injuries
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This type of injury causes much pain and swelling (Cluett, 2005). Among athletes, it often causes much incapacity and a delayed return to strenuous… Ankle syndesmosis injuries are not very common disruptions. Most of the time, rupture in the syndesmosis is seen in the deltoid ligament injury and fractures in the malleoli (Chow, p. 663). Such contributory…
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Ankle syndesmotic injuries
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Name of student (professor) (subject) (date) Ankle Syndesmosis Injuries Introduction Ankle syndesmosis injuries or high ankle sprains manifests as a sprain in the ankle with ligaments in the ankle joints injured. This type of injury causes much pain and swelling (Cluett, 2005).… This study is being conducted in order to establish a comprehensive and scholarly…
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Immediate care of people with non life threatening problems
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In the report, the researcher has discussed the immediate care of people with non-life-threatening problems. The author has rightly presented that assimilation of knowledge in medical profession needs a lot of learning and memorization.…   The researcher states that ankle injuries are common injuries encountered in sports personnel, especially…
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Treatment of an Ankle Injury with grade 1 and grade 2 soft tissue damage
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These injuries only affect the tissues surrounding the ankle. Ankle injuries are extremely common and recurrent problems that face many people in the world today. Ankle sprains… The effectiveness of these interventions is a subject of the extent to which the injury might have had upon the individual. Assessment of the injury is the determining factor into the…
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A Reflective Analysis on the Assessment and Management for ankle injury
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Ankle injury nursing reflective in healthcare management and assessment is a complex and proactive practice-based and learning procedure that is quite essential in nursing after a procedure. The ankle injury reflective health assessment and management process provides health… The placement experience obtained through patient assessments and management resulted…
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Treatment of a soft tissue ankle injury Grade 1 and Grade 2
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These injuries only affect the tissues surrounding the ankle. Ankle injuries are a recurrent problem around the world today, especially among athletes and sports participants.… Assessment of the injury is the determining factor for the intervention, which is applied in the treatment and management of the ankle injury. Many soft tissue injuries are commonly…
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The Influence of Knowledge Skills in Conveying Patient to Hospital
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Name: Course: College: Tutor: The influence of knowledge skills in conveying patient to hospital As a paramedic, one is at the disposal of knowledge that aids him or her in determining which medical condition are worth being treated in hospitals and which ones can be managed from home (Sear & Mani-Babu, 2011).… There are many benefits of managing minor ailment…
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Sports Injury
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Football is a popular sport played throughout the world with many participants, this is important to bear in mind as a background to discussions about the occurrence of football injuries in different situations. … Football is a popular sport played throughout the world with many participants, this is important to bear in mind as a background to discussions…
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A Speech About Tennis Shoes
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A speech about tennis shoes Respected Chair, distinguished guests of the day, and my dear friends, As you all know, Tennis is a well known game which has fans all over the world. Like the other components of the game, I strongly feel that tennis shoes are also important for the effective performance of a player in the court and there is no doubt that the latest designs and technologies make them really performance oriented.…
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Women Empowerment
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Women empowerment in various fields, including sports, had become a trend in different regions of the world. One of the evidences to this fact is extraordinarily established in the growing number of competitive women in the field of gymnastics as accounted by Marshal, et al., 2007; Kolt and Kirkby, 1999; Richards et al., 2007; and Cain et al., 1989.…
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Sports Medicine Research Paper
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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Sports Medicine Sports medicine is a scientific branch of medicine that deals with the principles relating to the art and science of sports and it majorly deals with diagnosis of sports injury, its treatment, prevention and sports training which include: sports psychology, nutrition and workouts.… James C. Puffer founded the…
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How Engineering improve the safety of dangerous sports
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Examples of those dangerous sports were given and ways in which safety has been improved in those sports highlighted. Also three different periodicals on sports safety and engineering were discussed… Sports can be thrilling and a useful way of spending your time. Even though sports are mainly meant to be harmless and a source of joy, some of them are very…
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Injury prediction and prevention screening in sport
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These injuries can sometimes be minor, but some are major enough to cost them their career and unfortunately for some, their lives. There are no… It will also critique papers and identify the best screening practice covering a wide range of sports and screening tools used for both elite athletes and recreational sports. This review will assess various…
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Management of ankle fracture
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Ankle fractures affect people of different ages. Gumann (2010) asserts that in the past 30-40 years, physicians have recognized an… According to most epidemiologists, ankle fractures have quite an extensive occurrence and the groups at high risk include adults, especially the elderly. For instance, Egol et al (2013) imply that that broken ankles have an…
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Correct Positioning of the Foot and Ankle
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The correct positioning for a three view examination of the ankle and of the foot is “essential to the surgeon for the diagnosis and treatment of multiple lower extremity conditions including fractures, neoplasms, arthritides, deformities, and infections” (Jones &Younger,… These four positions are all that are needed for accurate and complete x-ray views of…
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Compare and contrast sprains and strains
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Sprain and strain are both tissue injuries, the former refers to ligament (connects bones to other bones) injuries while the latter is an injury to a muscle (tissue that allows body to move) or tendon (attaches the muscles to bone) (Wedro 1). The muscles in the body can shorten… The ligaments allow the joints to move but only on particular directions. Joints…
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Sprains and Strains: Comparison and Contrast
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The muscles in the body can shorten or elongate depending on the movement. The muscle works in coordination with the tendon to make a range of movements. Overstretching of the muscle or tendon can result to strain that makes the fibers lose their capability to contract. … Sprain can result from a single strenuous activity or repetitious motion which can occur…
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Stress distribution in the ankle joint, Ideal requirement for ankle arthroplasty
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In normal condition, the ankle joint acts as a functional unit with the respective subtalar joint. During different phases of gait, the intact ankle joint is anatomically… However, the dynamic stability to the joint can be attributed to the ligamentous support and balanced muscular forces acting around the joint. Although end-stage degenerative joint disease…
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Creating conflict
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He spots a beautiful lady seated in a secluded bench in the park. The lady is Leah. She is on a break from work and needs air herself. Jack grabs an opportunity to speak to her. He takes a seat next to her looks at her and… He gives up and lights his cigarette. Leah stands to walk away escaping the toxic fumes of the cigarette. Jack feels sorry for her but…
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Soccer Injures
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Unlike the known American football, two opponent teams made of eleven players each play Soccer, and it is played without employing the use of arms. It is the most popular sport in the world… Besides soccer being very much enjoyable, this paper tries to put forward the argument that it also injures. The essay explains how soccer as a game is a cause to many…
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Crusiate Ligaments Sprain
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The knee joint is a complex structure that is susceptible to a variety of injuries through an individual's routine participation in athletic activities both professionally as well as on a normal fitness level and it is not limited to any particular age group although in some cases of older individuals it may be due to a degenerative process such as arthritis (Chester Knee Clinic). …
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Foot Orthotics
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By definition, an orthosis is a device that is used to protect, support, or improve function of parts of the body that move. In the field of podiatric orthopedics, the terms orthoses and orthotics are used to describe a wide range of devices that are placed inside the shoe.… The three basic types of foot orthoses are pre-fabricated, customized, and…
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Anatomy in MRI (Magnetic resonance imaging)
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Name: Professor name: University Name: Date: Fundamental Musculoskeletal Magnetic Resonance Imaging 1. What is a synovial joint? Ans- Synovial joint is a joint in which the opposing bone ends are covered in articular cartilage and separated from each other by a joint cavity containing synovial fluid.… 3. Where does the Subscapularis muscle arise? Ans-…
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