Patients that are experiencing pain and stiffness in their shoulder could be suffering from a shoulder condition. Patients are often those that repeat the same motion often or after serious and abrupt injury.
Patients that are experiencing pain, swelling, stiffness, and instability in their elbows may have an elbow condition. Elbow conditions can affect your quality of life and if the symptoms are severe and persistent patients should seek treatment.
Many conditions can interfere with the proper functioning of the wrist, such as sprain, fracture, repeated stress, and carpal tunnel.
The basal joint is the point at which the finger bones meet the thumb bone and what enables the thumb to be flexible. Disorders of the thumb can be due to repetitive movements or injury to the thumb ligaments.
Similar to thumb conditions, hand conditions can severely restrict movement and limit daily activities. Conditions of the hand can affect bones, muscles, tendons, and tissue and can be present at birth or develop over time due to trauma.
We use our fingers for almost everything in our daily lives. This is why when something goes wrong it could make simple tasks difficult.
As one of the largest joints in the body and the connection between the thigh and shin bones, knee conditions can affect the leg as a whole. Conditions can affect the bone, cartilage, ligaments, muscles, and tendons in the knee making it difficult to walk.
We put an immense amount of pressure on our feet and ankles every day from standing, walking, and other physical activities. Sometimes, they can no longer bear that weight.
Your hip is a ball and socket joint that connects the thigh bone to the pelvic bone. Patients who are born with or develop hip conditions as they grow can experience pain from atypical anatomy. Additionally, athletes can experiences hip problems from strains or tendonitis.
Since bones are still growing, bone fractures in children are unique. Without proper diagnosis and treatment of pediatric fractures, patients can lead to complications with their bones in the future.