Trigger points tender areas that most commonly develop where the fascia comes

Trigger points tender areas that most commonly

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Trigger points tender areas that most commonly develop where the fascia comes into contact with a muscle Referred pain Describes pain that originates in one area of the body but it felt in another.
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Impingement syndrome occurs when inflamed and swollen tendons are caught in the narrow space between the bones within the shoulder joint. Rotator cuff tendinitis Is an inflammation of the tissue Enron's of the rotator cuff. Condition often named for the cause, such as "tennis shoulder" or "pitcher's shoulder". Ruptured rotator cuff develops when rotator cuff tendinitis is left untreated or if the overuse continues. Occurs as the irritated tendon weakens and tears. carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) Symptoms occur when the tendons that pass through the carpal tunnel are chronically over used and become inflamed and swollen. Carpel means "wrist". Carpal tunnel release The surgical enlargement of the carpal ligament to relieve the pressure on tendons and nerves. A Ganglion Cyst A harmless, fluid-filled swelling that occurs most commonly on the outer surface of the wrist. Epicondylitis inflammation of the tissues surrounding the elbow Medial epicondylitis (golfer's elbow) characterized by pain on the palm-side of the forearm A heel spur a calcium deposit in the plantar fascia nears its attachment to the calcaneus bone that can be one of the causes of plantar fasciitis Plantar fasciitis An inflammation of the plantar on the sole of the foot. This condition, causes foot or heel pain when walking or running. Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow) characterized by pain on the outer side of the forearm Sprain Injury to a joint, such as an ankle, knee, or wrist, which usually occurs when a ligament is wrenched or torn. Strain Injury to the body of the muscle or the attachment of a tendon. This is associated with overuse injuries that involve a stretched or torn muscle or tendon attachment.
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A shin splint A painful condition caused by the "tibialis anterior" muscle tearing away from the tibia. (Shin bone) This type of injury is usually caused by repeated stress to the lower leg, such as running on hard surfaces. A hamstring injury Can be a strain or tear on any of the three hamstring muscles that straighten the hip and bend the knee. Achilles tendon Painful inflammation caused by excessive stress being placed on the tendon. illiotibial band syndrome Overuse injury. The band runs from the hip one, diagonally across the leg on the tibia. Caused by this hand rubbing against the bone. spinal cord injury (SCI) paralysis, determined by the level of the vertebra closest to the injury. The greater the injury, the body will be affected. An incomplete injury The person has some function below the level of the injury. Even if function isn't normal. A complete injury complete loss of sensation and muscle control below the level of the injury Paralysis Loss of sensation and voluntary muscle movements Myoparesis A weakness or slight muscular paralysis. (-paresis means partial or incomplete paralysis) Hemi- half Hemiparesis SLIGHT paralysis or weakness affecting one side of the body. (Hemi- means half) Hemiplegia also known as "hemiplegic" TOTAL paralysis affecting only one side of the body. This form of paralysis is usually associated with a stroke or Brian damage.
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