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The shoulder is a complex joint that is vulnerable to a variety of injuries, including rotator cuff strains/tears and SLAP (superior labrum anterior to posterior) tears. These injuries can cause pain, weakness, and limited range of motion in the affected shoulder.
A rotator cuff strain or tear occurs when the muscles and tendons that attach the shoulder blade to the upper arm bone become damaged or torn. This can be caused by repetitive overhead movements, trauma or injury, or degenerative changes in the shoulder joint due to aging.
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An anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear is a common knee injury that typically occurs during sports activities that involve sudden stops, twists or changes in direction.
A meniscal tear is another common knee injury that occurs when the meniscus, a rubbery piece of cartilage that cushions and stabilizes the knee joint, is torn. Meniscal tears can result from sudden twists or pivots, or from degenerative changes due to aging.
A posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) tear is a less common knee injury than an ACL tear, but can still cause significant pain and disability. The PCL is located in the back of the knee and helps to prevent the shinbone from moving too far backward.
A medial collateral ligament (MCL) tear is another knee injury that can occur during sports activities or as a result of a direct blow to the knee. The MCL is located on the inner side of the knee and helps to stabilize the joint.
Ligament tears in and around the ankle joint can cause significant pain and instability, making it difficult to walk, run, or perform other daily activities. The ankle joint is supported by several ligaments, including the anterior talofibular ligament (ATFL), the calcaneofibular ligament (CFL), and the posterior talofibular ligament (PTFL). Tears to these ligaments can result from twisting or rolling the ankle, a sudden impact or trauma, or from overuse.
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