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Osteochondral lesion of the distal tibial plafond in an adolescent soccer player: a case report

Introduction: Osteochondral lesions of the tibial plafond account for approximately 2.6% of osteochondral lesions in the ankle. There are few cases describing this lesion in the literature, with little information on mechanism of injury, history/physical findings or recommendations for management. Case Presentation: A 17-year-old male competitive soccer player presented with a 6-7 month history of

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What is pain? 5 ways you can manage your pain

Spine, muscle and nervous system pain has many causes including physical trauma, poor posture, repetitive motion, overuse, and wear and tear. The pain may be so severe it keeps you from falling asleep, leaving you fatigued and unable to focus on simple tasks. Fortunately, there are many ways to reduce spine, muscle and nervous system

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5 ways to “Fit-in 15”: setting fitness goals

Do you? Want a more energized lifestyle? Need help finding time to be active? Want to get started with little or no expense? If you answered yes to any of these questions then there’s a fair to good chance you would benefit from our Fit-in 15 online tool. Fifteen minutes a day can be the

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5 tips for safe luggage use

With summer winding down, it’s a good time to be mindful of how we pack our backpacks as well as our luggage. As people start returning home from vacation, thinking about how we travel with luggage is important. We not only want to travel safe, we want to keep our backs in check too! Carrying

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Perianal abscess mimicking levator ani syndrome: a case report and approach to the differential diagnosis of anorectal pain.

Objective: To present the clinical management and comprehensive differential diagnosis of a patient with anorectal pain from a perianal abscess. Clinical Features: A 41-year-old woman presented with pain localized to her perianal and gluteal region, accompanied by internal and external rectal pain. Prior to presentation, the patient had received a working diagnosis of levator ani

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