Wrist drop is a medical condition in which a person experiences weakness or paralysis of the muscles responsible for wrist extension, resulting in the inability… Read More »Wrist Drop: Causes, Symptoms, Exercises and More
Carpal boss syndrome, also known as carpal bossing, is a condition that affects the back of the hand at the base of the index or… Read More »What is Carpal Boss Syndrome/ Os Styloideum?
Tailor’s bunion is a bony prominence of the fifth metatarsal head, associated with overlying corn and bursitis. It is also known as Bunionette. There are… Read More »Tailor’s Bunion: Causes, Exercises, And More
Boutonniere deformity involves flexion of the PIP(proximal interphalangeal) joint and hyperextension of the DIP(distal interphalangeal) joint. “It is also known as Buttonhole deformity”. This deformity… Read More »Boutonniere Deformity: Cause, Exercises, and More
A tear of the medial head of the gastrocnemius muscle/calf muscle is known as a “TENNIS LEG”. The gastrocnemius muscle has a medial and lateral… Read More »TENNIS LEG: CAUSES, SYMPTOMS, EXERCISES
Radial head fracture is a common injury in adults and rare in children. But if we see radial neck fracture, That is common in children.… Read More »Radial Head Fracture: Classification, Treatment, and More
Supracondylar fracture of the humerus is common in children due to the “weak bony architecture of that area in children”. Mechanism of injury and many… Read More »Supracondylar Fracture: Clinical features, Treatment, & More
Pronator syndrome is a less common condition. It is caused by median nerve entrapment in the proximal part of the forearm. Where the median nerve… Read More »Pronator Syndrome: Cause, Examination, and Treatment