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SAVE YOUR KNEES

SAVE YOUR KNEES

I.M. Doctor, M.D. My Office My City, State. SAVE YOUR KNEES. The information in this presentation was provided to the presenter by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and may be modified. Endorsement of this presentation by the AAOS is not implied or inferred. . Save Your Knees.

By matilda
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Advanced Health Assessment

Advanced Health Assessment

Advanced Health Assessment. Heather Hull, ARNP, PNP. Musculoskeletal System. Primary Functions. Provides structure for soft tissues Protects vital organs Storage place for minerals Produces blood cells Provides stability & mobility for physical activity. Development of M-S System.

By doctor
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Lower Limb

Lower Limb

Lower Limb. Orthopaedic Medicine www.bradfordvts.co.uk. Scope. Painful hips. Painful thighs. Pain in the knee. Shin problems. Ankle problems. Foot problems. Painful Hips. Remember pain from the spine. Age related conditions. We will exclude trauma. SLE and gout very rare.

By nuri
(211 views)

Case Presentations

Case Presentations

Case Presentations. Moderators Giles R. Scuderi, MD Douglas Padgett, MD. The Panel of Experts. Edward J. McPherson, MD Michael Kaplan, MD Michael Bolognesi , MD Henry Clarke, MD Peter Sculco , MD Steve Haas, MD Michael Cross, MD Jose Rodriguez, MD. Case 1. 65 year old female

By catalin
(115 views)

Meniscus Injury/Knee Pain

Meniscus Injury/Knee Pain

Meniscus Injury/Knee Pain. Matthew E. Mitchell M.D. Knee Pain. Many conditions cause knee pain Non Mechanical Causes Anterior Knee pain Patellofemoral pain Mechanical Causes Meniscus Tear ACL tear Loose bodies. Disclaimer.

By Samuel
(284 views)

ARE WE LIKE ROBOTS?

ARE WE LIKE ROBOTS?

ARE WE LIKE ROBOTS?. DAY 1 – 50 minutes HOW DOES THE HUMAN BODY MOVE?. PRE-ASSESSMENT SHEET - Are we like robots? What sensors or senses do we have on the human body? Eyes, Ears, Nose, Skin, Tongue 2. What causes the muscles in your arms and legs move?

By tarak
(119 views)

Respiratory Disorders

Respiratory Disorders

Respiratory Disorders. Presented by Muhammad H. Shamim Doctor of Pharmacy Candidate 2005. Anatomy of the respiratory tract. Nerve supply of the nose. Cough. Most common symptom for which patients seek medical care Is an important defensive reflex Can be i nfectious or non-infectious

By willow
(149 views)

Veterans in Agriculture

Veterans in Agriculture

Veterans in Agriculture. Martina Mohrbacher, M.A. Outreach Specialist Operation Diploma. Basic Webinar Instructions. Need speakers or headphones to hear the presentation Meeting > Manage My Settings > My Connection Speed Dial-up not recommended

By rusk
(50 views)

Call today to start enjoying life without knee and joint pain! 215-508-5555

Call today to start enjoying life without knee and joint pain! 215-508-5555

Beat Knee Pain with SUPARTZ Supartz Joint Fluid Therapy is the world’s most prescribed joint fluid therapy: More than 170 million injections worldwide!. What is Supartz ? Supartz is not a drug!

By mio
(101 views)

Osgood Schlatters Disease

Osgood Schlatters Disease

Osgood Schlatters Disease. What is it?. Osgood Schlatters disease is a very common cause of knee pain in children and young athletes usually between the ages of 10 and 15. It occurs due to a period of rapid growth, combined with a high level of sporting activity. A natomy. Femur: Thighbone

By fiona
(246 views)

The skeleton

The skeleton

The skeleton. Bones and joints. Classification of joints . Function Immoveable = synarthroses [sutures of skull] Slightly moveable = amphiarthroses [ intervertebral discs; pubic sympysis ] Freely moveable = diarthroses [synovial joints – knee, elbow.

By reba
(90 views)

Guidelines for Appropriate OAI Data Use

Guidelines for Appropriate OAI Data Use

Guidelines for Appropriate OAI Data Use. Yuqing Zhang, Boston University. December 6, 2007. OAI Design and Analysis Issues. Many of the variables are clustered by knee. Many of the variables are collected longitudinally over time on a person and/or knee

By cody
(53 views)

OCTOBER 6, 2005

OCTOBER 6, 2005

OCTOBER 6, 2005. CASE: Collision in outfield. Direct injury bone bruise. 16M. Cyclops Lesion. Trauma. Knee dislocation. Acute on Chronic Hip Problems. Hip dysplasia with stress fracture. Recent Ankle Trauma. Ankle fracture with blister. DISH. Possible ankylosing spondylitis.

By lark
(168 views)

Knee injuries

Knee injuries

Knee injuries. Dr Abir Naguib. Knee pain is the most common musculoskeletal complaint (1/3) Source of significant disability Most prevalent in physically active individuals.

By geneva
(192 views)

Winter Quarter Intro & Clinical Cases: Musculoskeletal Pain

Winter Quarter Intro & Clinical Cases: Musculoskeletal Pain

Karen A. McDonough MD. Winter Quarter Intro & Clinical Cases: Musculoskeletal Pain. Winter Quarter. Clinical Cases Musculoskeletal Pain Sexually Transmitted Infections Critical Issues in Caring for LGBT Patients Patient Panel Working with Interpreters Substance Abuse and Addiction

By raanan
(131 views)

Acknowledgements to EOPIC Advisory Group

Acknowledgements to EOPIC Advisory Group

Acknowledgements to EOPIC Advisory Group David Falconer, Pain Association Scotland; Beverley Collett, Chronic Pain Coalition, UK; Arduino Mangoni, Professor of Geriatric Medicine, Aberdeen; Alistair Chambers, Pain consultant, Aberdeen;

By shania
(128 views)

Role of muscle strength affecting dynamic balance ability for subjects with knee osteoarthritis

Role of muscle strength affecting dynamic balance ability for subjects with knee osteoarthritis

Role of muscle strength affecting dynamic balance ability for subjects with knee osteoarthritis. Reporter: Chao-jung Hsieh Supervisor: Sai-wei Yang Date: 2007/10/29. Introduction Knee osteoarthritis Literature review Materials and methods Participants Experimental procedure. Outline.

By creda
(153 views)

June 8, 2006

June 8, 2006

June 8, 2006. 66 year old woman with chronic ACL tear. Conjoined tendon seen on coronal images. CASE. 79 year old man with hyperuricemia and gout like symptoms. Initial ankle aspiration (1/13) was negative for crystal. Suspect crystal deposition disease from MR. CASE. 3652122 MR.

By marisa
(100 views)

A Comprehensive Approach in the Management of Patellar Tendinopathy

A Comprehensive Approach in the Management of Patellar Tendinopathy

A Comprehensive Approach in the Management of Patellar Tendinopathy. Eric Greenberg, PT, DPT, CSCS Sports Medicine and Performance Center at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia King of Prussia, PA. Patient History. 15 year old male 10 th grade Sports - Soccer and Basketball

By lani
(358 views)

A sensible approach to the management of patellofemoral OA

A sensible approach to the management of patellofemoral OA

A sensible approach to the management of patellofemoral OA. Weariness about PFJ Seemingly intractable problems Variable outcome of Rx. Many paradoxes Quad strengthening, bike riding & swimming compress patella yet relieve PFOA symptoms

By fritzi
(161 views)

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