Results for: tendon Search Results
Family Filter:
3:12
Get cure from injuries in the Achilles tendon with an Achilles tendon repair surgery in India by the best orthopedic experts of Delhi and Mumbai. An Achilles tendon rupture occurs when the tendon attaching the calf muscle to the heel is ruptured. Get cure from the best doctors for your achilles tendon repair surgery in India. This is a common injury, most often seen in middle-aged persons. An Achilles tendon rupture is a traumatic injury that causes sudden pain behind the ankle. Patients may hear a 'pop' or a 'snap,' and will almost always say they feel as though they have been kicked in the heel. An Achilles tendon repair surgery involves an incision along the back of the ankle. Usually the incision is made just to the side of midline so shoes will not rub on the site of the scar. The torn ends of the Achilles tendon are identified and strong sutures are placed in both the tendons. Know about Affordable cost achilles tendon repair surgery in India at Delhi and Mumbai at www.fly2india4health****
5 May 2009
6108
Share Video

1:29
Go to: *******www.AskTheKneePainGuru**** to ask your own questions about Chronic Knee Pain - This week Warwick ask what kind of stretches can someone do to stretch and strengthen tendons and ligaments of the knee.
28 May 2009
1512
Share Video

0:53
Editing of cartoon of "Tendons was dog" and film "Changing Venue is impossible". All on Russian.
10 Aug 2009
1078
Share Video

3:41
A biceps tendon rupture surgery is caused in the proximal biceps tendon causing the attachment to separate from the bone. A normal biceps tendon is connected strongly to the bone. Orthopedic hospital centers in India at Mumbai and Bangalore are offering quick medical consultations as well as affordable surgery packages for biceps tendon rupture surgery comparable to those available in USA, Canada and UK. When the biceps tendon ruptures, this tendon is detached. Following a biceps tendon rupture, the muscle cannot pull on the bone, and certain movements may be weakened and painful. Biceps tendon rupture surgery is usually suggested for younger patients below 55 years who are more active. It means that treatment should be taken as soon as possible after seeing symptoms of biceps tendon rupture is characterized by sudden pain over the front our world class surgical services for price saving as well as recovery time reducing orthopedic treatment. You would enjoy getting recovery from biceps tendon rupture in India with biceps tendon rupture surgery provided by our qualified doctors and orthopedic treatment experts working at well recognized medical institutions of Delhi and Chennai. Our purpose is to provide you with high quality care and medical treatment, while increasing choice and reducing waiting times and surgery costs. We are pioneers in the field of international orthopedic treatments providing our patients best kind of health recuperation and medical facilities. Visit our website *******www.fly2india4health**** for getting more info about biceps tendon rupture surgery in India. You can mail us your case details at enquiryfly2india4health**** . We are also available on phone for consultation at +91- 9371136499 (International) / + 1-415-599-2537 (USA) / +44-20-8133-2571 (UK)
19 Sep 2009
2230
Share Video

2:01
Do herbal supplements really help to cure tendonitis? The answer may surprise you. If you want fast, inexpensive and permanent relief from tendonitis, visit www.targettendonitis****.
28 Dec 2009
299
Share Video

1:17
Do NSAIDs really work to cure tendonitis/tendonosis? How about RSIs? The answer may surprise you...
16 Jan 2010
224
Share Video

1:26
Doctors often prescribe rest to help heal tendonitis. But will this actually work?
21 Jan 2010
136
Share Video

0:54
david beckham injury achilles tendon hurt world cup ac milan galaxy England's David Beckham to miss World Cup with injury A rupture of the Achilles tendon England's David Beckham 'to miss World Cup with injury David+Beckham's dream of playing in fourth World+Cup looks over after he tore an Achilles
17 Mar 2010
1365
Share Video

1:37
David Beckham Injury Achilles Tendon 14 March 2010 - Watch Free Satellite Tv On Pc: *******budurl****/gam7
18 Mar 2010
727
Share Video

2:32
This is Cari Ham's second attempt at going for a run after her achilles tendon rupture 6 months ago. She is coming along quickly in her healing and has been walking the Beagles every other day and now attempting to go running every 3-4 days from here on out. The Achilles Tendon rupture is a nasty rupture that takes plenty of time to heal 100%. Recently, David Beckham tore his achilles tendon playing soccer and we heard that they are predicting a 5 month recovery for him. I presume that with the type of attention that David Beckham can draw via personal assistants, doctors, ect.. he may be close to getting that 5 month mark, although it just depends on how fast his body heals. The Doctor told Cari that there is little that she could do to speed up her recovery, yet plenty she can do to slow it down! So, Good Luck David Beckham, we feel for you! for more info, see *******www.fitnesstrainingbyjon**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
22 Mar 2010
1154
Share Video

2:28
Dr. Christopher Brian explains the AT2 System used for treatment of elbow tendonitis.
23 Jul 2010
341
Share Video

2:28
The Achilles tendon is the largest tendon in the human body and can withstand forces of 1,000 pounds or more. It also is the most frequently ruptured tendon, usually as a result of a sports injury. Both professional and weekend athletes may suffer from Achilles tendonitis, a common overuse injury and inflammation of the tendon. Visit our website: *******www.flfootandankle****
14 Feb 2011
322
Share Video

1:09
Richie Brace Webinar for Doctors - AFO for Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction (PTTD) and Drop Foot The Richie Brace Webinar: Attendees will learn advanced techniques for optimizing outcomes with ankle foot orthoses in podiatric practice. Clinical case studies, casting pearls, and prescription criteria will be presented. In addition, coding and reimbursement updates will be provided. To sign up for a Free Richie Brace Webinar go to: *******www.trainingtimellc****/allied-osi.html Doctors only please.
4 Aug 2011
709
Share Video

1:17
Treatment for Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction (PTTD) using the Richie Brace AFO Patient discusses her treatment for stage II posterior tibial tendon dysfunction (PTTD) using the Richie Brace AFO. *******www.richiebrace**** Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction (PTTD) is a painful flatfoot condition which affects adults, primarily over the age of 50. Also known as Adult Acquired Flatfoot, this pathology affects women more than men and is linked to obesity, hypertension and diabetes. Most people with PTTD have had flat feet all of their lives. Then, for reasons not fully understood, one foot starts to become painful and more deformed. PTTD begins with a gradual stretching and loss of strength of the posterior tibial tendon which is the most important tendon supporting the arch of the human foot. Left untreated, this tendon will continue to lengthen and eventually rupture, leading to a progressive visible collapse of the arch of the foot. In the early stages, patients with PTTD will notice a pain and swelling along the inner ankle and arch. Many times, they are diagnosed with tendonitis of the inner ankle. If the foot and ankle are not properly supported during this early phase, the posterior tibial tendon can rupture and devastating consequences will occur to the foot and ankle structure. The progressive adult acquired flatfoot deformity will cause the heel to roll inward in a valgus or pronated direction while the forefoot will rotate outward causing a duckfooted walking pattern. Eventually, significant arthritis can occur in the joints of the foot, the ankle and even the knee. The Richie Brace® has been successfully prescribed for over 20,000 patients with PTTD over the past 7 years. The custom contoured footplate and the orientation of the leg uprights of the Richie Brace® are ideally suited to control the abnormal pronation forces occurring with PTTD. Most patients find the lightweight, low-profile design of the Richie Brace® to be far more comfortable than traditional long leg solid shell ankle foot orthoses. Thus the Richie Brace® has now become the preferred method of non-surgical treatment of PTTD by foot and ankle specialists. Visit our website: *******www.richiebrace****
5 Aug 2011
479
Share Video

2:10
Treatment for Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction (PTTD) using the Richie Brace AFO Patient discusses her treatment for stage II posterior tibial tendon dysfunction (PTTD) using the Richie Brace AFO. *******www.richiebrace**** Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction (PTTD) is a painful flatfoot condition which affects adults, primarily over the age of 50. Also known as Adult Acquired Flatfoot, this pathology affects women more than men and is linked to obesity, hypertension and diabetes. Most people with PTTD have had flat feet all of their lives. Then, for reasons not fully understood, one foot starts to become painful and more deformed. PTTD begins with a gradual stretching and loss of strength of the posterior tibial tendon which is the most important tendon supporting the arch of the human foot. Left untreated, this tendon will continue to lengthen and eventually rupture, leading to a progressive visible collapse of the arch of the foot. In the early stages, patients with PTTD will notice a pain and swelling along the inner ankle and arch. Many times, they are diagnosed with tendonitis of the inner ankle. If the foot and ankle are not properly supported during this early phase, the posterior tibial tendon can rupture and devastating consequences will occur to the foot and ankle structure. The progressive adult acquired flatfoot deformity will cause the heel to roll inward in a valgus or pronated direction while the forefoot will rotate outward causing a duckfooted walking pattern. Eventually, significant arthritis can occur in the joints of the foot, the ankle and even the knee. The Richie Brace® has been successfully prescribed for over 20,000 patients with PTTD over the past 7 years. The custom contoured footplate and the orientation of the leg uprights of the Richie Brace® are ideally suited to control the abnormal pronation forces occurring with PTTD. Most patients find the lightweight, low-profile design of the Richie Brace® to be far more comfortable than traditional long leg solid shell ankle foot orthoses. Thus the Richie Brace® has now become the preferred method of non-surgical treatment of PTTD by foot and ankle specialists.
5 Aug 2011
597
Share Video