Tibial Plateau Fractures

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Tibial plateau injuries are rather serious and complex, and can require a fair amount of time on the sidelines for the individual, depending on the extent or type of fracture (tibial plateau fractures are classified into 6 types). What is the Tibial Plateau? The tibial plateau is one of the load bearing structures that holds […]

Knee, Ligament, ACL, PCL, and MCL

Winter Series 2017/18 – Ski injuries to the knee – treatment and recovery

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Anterior Cruciate Ligament and Medial Cruciate Ligament Injuries During Skiing and Snowboarding Primarily ski and snowboarding injuries tend to affect the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) and Medial Cruciate Ligament (MCL) with rare occurrence of a Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) injuries. This post will go through the ACL and MCL injuries, grades, and treatment. Please note […]

Ankle sprain or strain

Not just an ankle sprain

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Approximately 25% of all injuries for physiotherapy clinics are ones that affect the ankle, and 75% of these tend to affect the lateral complex. However there are a multitude of variances and differential diagnosis that play a part and can lead to chronic ankle instability if not detected. Research has shown that there are little […]