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What is mallet finger, and how can you treat it? From Oh My Arthritis

Mallet Finger is a common finger injury. finger splints can help treat this condition without limiting hand function

Cauda Equina and Conus Medullaris Syndromes Clinical Presentation

Cauda Equina and Conus Medullaris Syndromes Clinical Presentation: History, Physical Examination

What is Swan Neck Deformity?  Comment if you know!   (It's a condition characterized by the unusual contraction of a fingertip, caused by a hyperextended proximal (nearest the knuckle) interphalangeal joint (PIP joint) and a flexed distal (furthest from the knuckle) interphalangeal joint (DIP joint).)

What is swan neck finger deformity, and what can you do to treat it? From Oh My Arthritis

Nursing Articles: Central Nervous System

The Cranial Nerve Song for Med Students and anyone learning the topic! The lyrics give the functions of each cranial nerve, and also the foramen of exit and pathological conditions of some of them!

Stroke Therapy Exercises | And here are some things you do do with clay or "thera-putty";

Hand and finger exercises, movement and physical therapy help stroke victims relearn the use of fine motor skills. In an American Heart Association article, .

Gray812and814 - Medial cutaneous nerve of arm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Radial nerve - Cutaneous innervation of the right upper extremity. Areas innervated by the radial nerve are colored in pink.

All the muscles of the body: O/I, Action, Innervation, Arterial Supply...THIS IS SO AWESOME!

BICEPS BRACHII// Origin: coracoid process and supraglenoid tubercle of scapula// Insertion: radial tuberosity// Action: shoulder flexion, elbow flexion in supination

M.S. symptom management: http://multiplesclerosis.ucsf.edu/education_and_support/symptom_management

Higher Vitamin D Levels Could Reduce Multiple Sclerosis Risk

M.S. symptom management: http://multiplesclerosis.ucsf.edu/education_and_support/symptom_management

Occupational Exercises for Parkinson's Patients

Exercises for People with Parkinson's Disease

Part of being an informed advocate, caregiver or patient is being aware of common treatments that are available. In this part of the guide we will look at common medications & therapies used when treating Parkinson’s Disease Me

Drop Arm Test Sgem#74: broken arms (diagnosing rotator cuff disease) - foam ...

Research has shown up to of all shoulder pain is related to shoulder impingement syndrome. 4 What does this mean and how can this condition be prevented?

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Remember them with the mnemonic SITS ( S upraspinatus, I nfraspinatus, T eres Minor, S ubscapularis). Also remember the "Empty can sup...

The rotator cuff muscles consist of the supraspinatus, infraspinatus, trees minor, and subscapularis, and insert on the humeral tuberosities. A helpful mnemonic to recall these muscles is.