Bicep Tendonitis

Overview Bicep tendonitis is aggravation of the long head of the biceps tendon. In its beginning periods, the tendon winds up red and swollen. As tendinitis builds up, the tendon sheath (covering) can thicken. The tendon itself regularly thickens or …

Hip Tendinitis

Overview Hip tendinitis is a condition in which a single or multiple tendons that connect muscles to the hip bone are torn. Hip as well as pelvis joints are responsible for taking strain by supporting weight of the body in an …

Forearm Tendonitis

Overview Forearm tendonitis is aggravation of the tendons of the lower arm. The lower arm is the piece of your arm between the wrist and the elbow. Tendons are delicate groups of connective tissue that append muscles to bones and …

Comminuted Fracture

Overview Bones are the most resilient body part of humans. But still, they are not invincible. Too much force can break them into pieces. A comminuted fracture is a breakage of the bone into more than two fragments. It takes …

Patella Fracture

Overview The patella is a small bone located to the front of the knee joint. You may know it as the kneecap. It is where the thighbone (femur) and shinbone (tibia) meet. The patella protects the knee and connects the …