Scaphoid Fracture Detection & Management Special thanks to DPT students Joo Ho Hong, Zach Jenkins, Taylor Johnson, Lauren Kerner (Widener University Class of 2024) Identifying and treating a scaphoid fracture is not always a straightforward process. It is common for scaphoid fractures to be missed upon initial radiography, so a negative radiograph …
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Special thanks to DPT students Kelly Gabbett, Sarah Glazewski, Mark Abrams, Victoria Bensinger (Widener University Class of 2024) We all know that carrying excessive weight has a negative impact on our joints but the magnitude of that impact goes beyond the compression forces. When an individual is overweight or obese, the …
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FAI is a condition of abnormal and wearing contact between the ball and socket of the hip joint resulting in damage to the joint.
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TOS tests are influenced by the criteria used to establish a positive test, i.e. vascular or neurologic.
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There are a variety of possible wrist injuries. Ruling out fracture, dislocation, and ligamentous instability are paramount.
Read more Methods of Assessing Wrist Stability