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Elbow and arm injuries

Getting straight to the point on triceps tendon injuries

in Elbow and arm injuries, Musculoskeletal injuries, Overuse injuries

Chris Mallac explores triceps tendon injury in athletes. In addition to considering injury pathology, he also discusses imaging and diagnosis, along with management guidelines for rehab Tendinopathies of the triceps tendon, and the potential serious sequalae of partial and complete ruptures, are a relatively rare but debilitating condition that can affect power athletes(1). For the power... MORE

Ulnar collateral ligament damage: an injury of the young

in Diagnose & Treat, Elbow and arm injuries, Musculoskeletal injuries

Trevor Langford takes an in-depth look at ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) injury. As well as discussing the typical injury mechanisms, he also explores examination, assessment and treatment options for clinicians seeking a deeper understanding of this injury Injuries affecting the medial elbow are common in overhead throwing sports such as baseball pitchers, and javelin throwers(1). The... MORE


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