Injury Management

Osteoporosis: Causes and Management


Osteo means bones, and porosis refers to “holes” or “porous structures.” Osteoporosis is a silent health condition. It is a common and chronic metabolic bone disease that weakens the bones, making them porous and fragile, and increased fracture risk.

However, it doesn’t have symptoms, develops slowly over several years, and is often only diagnosed when a fall or sudden impact causes a bone to break (fracture).

Injury Management

Rotator Cuff Injuries

What is (RC) Rotator Cuff?

A rotator cuff (RC) is a group of muscles surrounding the shoulder complex and providing it with additional stability and strength to handle the forces generated by movements around the joint. 

The RC group originates from different aspects of the scapula, aka shoulder blade, and inserts on the humerus head, forming a cuff around the glenohumeral joint.

Injury Management

Frozen Shoulder : Risk Factors & Management

Frozen shoulder (FS) is also known as Adhesive capsulitis (AC). Simply put, it is a condition that restricts the shoulder’s normal movement (range of motion). It is a painful condition persisting for more than three months. 

FS causes progressive stiffness and significant restriction in the range of motion (ROM) of the shoulder (typically external rotation) due to fibrosis of the glenohumeral joint capsule.

Injury Management

How to Sleep with Tennis Elbow?

Suffering from tennis elbow? Here’s everything you need to know about dealing with tennis elbow, how to sleep with tennis elbow and other relevant precautions you should take!

how to sleep with tennis elbow

Did you know this injury almost ended Sachin Tendulkar’s career? Tennis Elbow is a painful condition that happens due to the swelling up of bones usually due to repetitive overuse of forearm muscles.…