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  • What is a hairline fracture?

    Source: Medical News Today

    Hairline or stress fractures are tiny cracks on a bone that often develop in the foot or lower leg. It is common for hairline fractures to occur as a result of sports that involve repetitive jumping or running.

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  • Obesity to Blame for Epidemic of Knee Problems

    Source: Webmd

    "Obesity greatly increases the complications and costs of care," said study lead author Dr. Joey Johnson, an orthopedic trauma fellow at Brown University's Warren Alpert Medical School.

    As the rate of obesity increases, the rate of knee dislocations increases. The total number of patients who are obese is increasing, so we are seeing more of these problems.


  • Over-the-counter painkillers treated painful injuries just as well as opioids in new study

    Source: Latimes

    In an opioid epidemic that currently claims an average of 91 lives per day, there have been many paths to addiction. For some, it started with a fall or a sports injury, a trip to a nearby emergency room and a prescription for a narcotic pain reliever that seemed to work well in the ER.


  • Using your own stem cells to help your body heal osteoarthritis

    Source: Medical Xpress

    The most common form of degenerative joint disease, affecting millions worldwide, osteoarthritis (OA) is both quite ordinary and, for many of us, somewhat inevitable. The cause is deceptively simple: Over the years, the slick rubbery cartilage that pads and protects the ends of our bones simply wears down, eventually leaving bone rubbing painfully against bone.


  • Does platelet-rich plasma for the knee work?

    Source: Science Daily

    Platelet-rich plasma makes it possible to heal painful knee injuries, using a person's own blood.

    Platelets are fragments of cells in the blood and are best known for their ability to help the blood clot. However, they also contain a variety of proteins called growth factors.


  • Different approaches offer patients improved quality of life after ACL reconstruction

    Source: Science Daily

    The most common surgical techniques used to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) offer patients improved quality of life five years after injury, according to research presented today at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine's Annual Meeting in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The study followed patients for five years following surgery.


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