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Supracondyloid process of the humerus: a case report

July 14, 2014

An acute case of anterior lower arm pain accompanied with hand numbness and decreased sensation in a young male athlete is presented. A number of conditions can cause similar pain and sensory disturbance resulting in patients presenting themselves to a chiropractic office for alleviation of this symptomatology. This article discusses a rare cause of pain

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Acute traumatic anterior glenohumeral dislocation complicated by axillary nerve damage: a case report

July 07, 2014

An elite soccer player presented with a classic acute anterior dislocation of the glenohumeral joint complicated by axillary nerve damage. The incidence, mechanism of injury, clinical presentation, conservative treatment and rehabilitation of the anterior glenohumeral joint dislocation and associated axillary nerve damage are discussed in this paper. (JCCA 1998; 42(3):150–155) Key Words: chiropractic, conservative management,

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Entrapment of the saphenous nerve at the adductor canal affecting the infrapatellar branch- a report on two cases

May 07, 2014

Objective: To present 2 cases of entrapment of the saphenous nerve at the adductor canal affecting the infrapatellar branch, and to provide insight into the utilization of nerve tension testing for the diagnosis of nerve entrapments in a clinical setting. Rationale: Saphenous nerve entrapments are a very rare condition within today’s body of literature, and

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