SKIER’S thumb accounts for 5–10% of all skiing injuries.
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PATIENTS are increasingly running into trouble with overuse injuries.
Sometimes there is more than meets the eye with midfoot sprain injuries.
Diagnosis, investigation and treatment of lumbar stress fractures.
A return to summer sports requires a planned approach in order to avoid serious knee injuries.
Non-operative and surgical management of some common rotator cuff disorders.
The management of bunions in an athlete is challenging and a different approach is required for successful outcomes.
What is the triangular fibrocartilage complex and how are injuries to it classified and managed?
Meniscal injury and even partial loss of meniscal function significantly alters force transmission across the knee.
Some ankle sprains can lead to future arthritis and disability if not identified early and managed appropriately.
Plantar plate repair for second MTP joint instability: new advances in foot and ankle surgery.
How to recognise the symptoms, examine and investigate a suspected SLAP tear.
AFTER many years of treating injuries sustained by soccer players falling into the over-35s age group, it has become clear that they are a significant injury demographic in their own right.
Acromioclavicular joint separations are common injuries. Clinically patients present with a tender deformity of the distal clavicle.
This common sporting injury can usually be diagnosed on clinical grounds.
Patient-matched surgery allows accurate cuts and implant placement which should improve the end result of the operation.
An anterior cruciate ligament tear is a common knee injury that often requires surgery.
There are alternatives to total knee replacement for the younger, active patient with osteoarthritis of the knee.
This common knee complaint usually responds to non-operative management.
This condition is essentially a clinical diagnosis.