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Myositis ossificans traumatica of the deltoid ligament in a 34 year old recreational ice hockey player with a 15 year post-trauma follow-up: a case report and review of the literature

Myositis ossificans traumatica is a relatively common injury associated with sports especially those involving contact. It continues to frustrate both athlete and health practitioner alike due to its continued lack of treatment options and a lengthy natural history. This case study chronicles the observation of a 34 year old recreational ice hockey player who presented

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Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis presenting as upper limb weakness in a 35 year old female: a case report

Chiropractors regularly assess and provide treatment for a variety of neuromuscular complaints. Many of these respond well to conservative care however some represent conditions that must be referred for further evaluation. This article chronicles the management of a patient who presented with upper limb weakness and was subsequently diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Chiropractors

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Heel pain due to psoriatic arthritis in a 50 year old recreational male athlete: case report

Heel pain is a common presentation in a sports injury practice, with a list of common differentials including achilles tendinopathy and retrocalcaneal bursitis. However, seronegative arthritis can also cause enthesopathies that produce heel pain and should be considered in a differential diagnosis list. In this case, a 50 year old recreationally active male presented with

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Tibialis anterior herniation – a rare clinical entity: a case report and review of the literature

Objectives: To present a case of a tibialis anterior muscle herniation in a soccer player. Clinical features: A 28-year-old male soccer player presented with a trauma-induced injury to his right anterior shin. After assessment and due to his clinical signs and symptoms, a high suspicion of tibialis anterior muscle herniation was suspected. Intervention and outcomes:

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