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How Long Does it Take Somebody to Develop Carpal Tunnel?

October 11th, 2018

The onset of CTS can range from a few days to years depending on the severity of the repetitive activity. Many professionals who are involved in repetitive work will develop CTS at different rates


Sagittal Band Tear “Boxer’s Knuckle”

October 11th, 2018

Case This case involves a 24 year old Mixed Martial Artist who injured his non-dominant left hand at the base of the middle finger at the knuckle or MCP joint after throwing a straight punch. He


How Hard Do You Have to Hit Your Elbow to Fracture It?

October 11th, 2018

What is an elbow fracture? The elbow is made up of three types of bones: the humerus (bone of the upper arm), the radius and ulna (bones of the lower arm). Each bone contributes to what is


MRSA in the bursa of the elbow or other joints

October 11th, 2018

In the publication, Health News Florida, one writer recently shared a alarming personal story titled, “How MRSA Almost Ate My Elbow,” in which something that had initially looked like a


How Tennis Players can Avoid Wrist Injuries

October 11th, 2018

How Tennis Players Can Avoid Wrist Injuries Tennis is one of the most popular sports in the world. Unlike most sports, tennis is not a contact sport, however, it is a physically demanding


Can a Ganglion Cyst Become Cancerous?

October 11th, 2018

Introduction  Ganglion cyst (GC) also called bible cysts is a synovial cyst fluid filled sac that develops on the wrists. GC affects people of all ages, and are the most common type of neoplasm


Are Ganglion Cysts Hereditary?

October 11th, 2018

What are Ganglion Cysts? Ganglion cysts or synovial cyst is a benign outgrown mass that usually develops on the back of the wrist. About sixty to seventy percent of ganglion cysts are found on the


Bowling And Wrist Tendonitis

October 11th, 2018

Bowling and Wrist Tendonitis The wrist is a delicate hinge joint that comprises several important tissues. The wrist consists of distal bones of the forearm: ulna and radius, the bones of the


Cysts and other growths in the wrist: What are they, and what should you do?

October 11th, 2018

Finding bumps or lumps on your wrist can be frightening or puzzling. What do they signify? Are they cancerous? It’s important to emphasize from the beginning that the vast majority of tumors or