10 ~15 minutes after applying cast, body temperature will elevate. You then later feel coldness when moist of the cast evaporates; do not compress gypsum and stay warm.
Artificial Hip Joint Replacement Surgery is a kind of orthopedic surgery that uses artificial supplement to replace ill or scathing hip joint with a simulated ball-shape joint to connect femur, and to perform hip joint function.
The exact cause of back pain is often difficult to identify. In fact, muscles, soft connective tissue, ligaments, joint capsules, cartilage, discs, and nerves are considered to be attributions of the cause.
Regular exercise will improve your overall fitness and decrease the likelihood of back problems and injury.
“Tendon Suture” literally means to sew up split tendon in order to recover its functions to flex or extend, and to restore its normal strength and appearance.
Osteoarthritis occurs when the cartilage that cushions the ends of bones in your joints deteriorates over time.
Rehabilitation after Artificial Hip Joint Replacement Surger
Strenuous exercise should be avoided after an operation. An exercise program should be individualized for each person in order to reduce any post-op complications.
Fracture and its complications are the most common clinical phenomenon for osteoporosis and mostly occur in hip, spine, and wrist. Hip fracture is a very serious disease. About 25% of patients with hip fracture are not able to walk within a year and 40% (or more) of survived patients might have difficulty walking.
The prevention and care of osteoporosis is a common issue people are familiar with; however, most people do not know its danger. The risk factors for osteoporosis include: