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FRACTURES

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Ankle
Your tibia, fibular and talus make up your ankle. When one or more of these bones are broken, you have a fracture.
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Elbow
The elbow is a hinge type of joint and is composed of three bones: the humerus, radius and ulna, and a combination of ligaments, muscles and tendons. Elbow fractures can happen in a variety of way, including being hit by a hard object or landing on an outstretched arm.
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Wrist
Your schapoid is the most common bone to break in your wrist. It’s located where your wrist bends near the thumbside.
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MUSCLE TEARS

Meniscus Tears
Your meniscus are two wedge-shaped pieces of cartilage located between your femur and tibia, which help to cushion and stabilize your knees. Meniscus tears can happen to anyone at any age, but those who play contact sports are at greater risk.
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ACL Tear
The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is the ligament that runs diagonally in the middle of the knee. Its purpose is to stabilize the tibia and provide rotational stability for the knee.
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Rotator Cuff Tears
A torn rotator cuff makes simple everyday activities like brushing your teeth or putting away laundry challenging. Your rotator cuff is composed of four different muscles, which cover the humerus and help you to lift and rotate your arm.
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Soft Tissue Repair
Soft tissue injuries most commonly occur during physical activities and come in the form of sprains, strains, bursitis and tendinitis. Treatment will depend on the type of injury and can be determined by an orthopaedic surgeon.
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