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Falling in the Fall: Common Fall Injuries

Falling in the Fall: Common Fall Injuries

by Natalie (SU)
It’s fall, and leaves are not the only things drawn to the earth by gravity. Falls are one of the most common causes of injury among all age groups. Whether at work, home, or out being active, falling is always a dangerous possibility. Here are some of the most common fall injuries.

Common Industrial Injuries

Common Industrial Injuries

by Natalie (SU)
Workplace injuries are unfortunately common. Americans spend a large percentage of their time working, and not all employers take sufficient precautions to protect workers from injury. Although certain industries are more dangerous than others (construction accidents accounts for 20% of all workplace fatalities), injuries can occur in the course of any employment. Here are some of the most common industrial injuries.

What is repetitive stress disorder?

What is repetitive stress disorder?

by Natalie (SU)
Repetitive stress disorder describes a range of conditions resulting from a particular motion repeated over and over. Most people think of carpal tunnel syndrome when they think of repetitive motion injuries, but that is not the most common condition. Tendonitis and bursitis are, in fact, the most common repetitive stress injuries.

Urgent Care vs. ER: What's the Difference?

Urgent Care vs. ER: What's the Difference?

by Yenny (SU)
It’s 8:00 at night, and one misstep in the dark leads to a painful tumble down a few stairs. Perhaps your child collides with the catcher at home plate on Saturday morning, and his ankle swells up like a balloon. You know that immediate care is needed for these injuries, so you go to the ER, right? Well, that’s not always the case for certain musculoskeletal injuries, where an orthopaedic urgent care might be your better option.

What Are Ligament Disruptions?

What Are Ligament Disruptions?

by Stephanie Meadows
In our musculoskeletal system, ligaments are structures made up of strong collagenous and fibrous connective tissue, that connect your bones to each other. Your ligaments essentially serve as the glue holding everything together, and most importantly, enabling our joints to have the mobility and support for daily movement.

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