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Pubic stress fracture presenting as a strain of adductor longus in a 16-year-old elite soccer player with Crohn’s disease: a case report

Background: Adductor strains are the most commonly reported muscle injuries in adolescent soccer players and the second most common muscle injuries in adult players. Health practitioners should be aware of possible differential diagnoses, such as a pubic stress fracture or pubic apophysitis when athletes present with chronic groin pain. Purpose: To present a rare case

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Exploring the role of microinstability of the hip: an atypical presentation of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) and labral tear in a collegiate endurance athlete: a case report

Objective: This case is designed to aid practitioners in understanding the potential role of hip microinstability as a possible underlying source of hip pain and dysfunction. Case presentation: A 25-year-old female collegiate cross-country athlete presented with a 2-year history of progressive left hip and groin pain. Extensive clinical examination and imaging confirmed the presence of

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Isolated musculocutaneous neuropathy: a case report

Objective: To present the diagnostic and clinical features of musculocutaneous neuropathy, propose possible conservative management strategies, and create awareness of this rare condition. Case presentation: We present the case of a 24-year old competitive soccer athlete, who sought care for an unrelated lower extremity complaint. Upon examination, significant wasting of the right biceps was noted.

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The 5 chiropractic blog posts you need to read

2019 was an eventful year for the chiropractic profession in Canada. Here are some highlights: The Canadian Pain Task Force added a chiropractor to its External Advisory Panel Four students from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College cycled from coast to coast to promote physical activity, proper nutrition and stress management with Canada’s youth Gerald Olin,

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5 things our research team is buzzing about

Now that chiropractic researchers are working with multidisciplinary research teams and health clinics in all major universities across Canada, the CCRF is welcoming its next big challenge: to develop and fund Canadian-based research projects that support effective treatment for everyone who suffers with spine, muscle, and nervous system pain and disability. In October, the CCRF’s

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