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5 things you should know about concussions

Participating in sports is a great way to stay active and in some sports, a level of physical contact is required. However, this physical contact can sometimes result in injury. Although we hope that you are able to play safely, concussions are a common traumatic brain injury that can occur in high-contact sports. This injury

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Tendon neuroplastic training for lateral elbow tendinopathy: 2 case reports

Objective: To report 2 cases of lateral elbow tendinopathy treated with a novel adaptation of tendon neuroplastic training (TNT). Clinical features: Patient 1: A 61-year-old male machine operator presented with one year of bilateral lateral elbow pain related to his occupation of using torque wrenches. Patient 2: A 37-year-old male electrician presented with two months

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Conservative management of a chronic recurrent flexor hallucis longus stenosing tenosynovitis in a pre-professional ballet dancer: a case report

Objective: To describe the successful conservative management of a chronic recurrent flexor halluces longus (FHL) stenosing tenosynovitis. Clinical Features: A 20-year-old female preprofessional ballet dancer presented with medial ankle and mid-foot pain of 7.5 months duration. Pain was constant but exacerbated with training and assuming the en pointe and demi-pointe dance positions. Plantar flexion of

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Adolescent knee pain: fracture or normal? A case report.

Background: Knee injuries are the second to fourth most common injuries in youth soccer. In this population, sprains/strains, fractures and contusions are most common. Due to variations in the developing skeleton, it can be difficult to rule out fractures. Case Summary: We present a case of a 13-year-old presenting to the emergency department (ED) with

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Melanoma in situ: a case report from the patient’s perspective

Introduction: Melanoma can be a fatal form of skin cancer. The prognosis rapidly deteriorates from the in situ stage (stage 0) to stage 4. As such, early detection and treatment are key. Case Presentation: A middle-aged patient, who was also a chiropractor, self-identified a small skin lesion using the Chiropractors Guide to Skin Cancer. The

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