Plantar Fasciitis

The plantar fascia is the thick tissue that connects the heel to the toes and creates the arch of the foot. Plantar fasciitis is inflammation of this structure at its insertion into the heel or calcaneus.
/by Luciano García

Dupuytren

Dupuytren's disease is an abnormal thickening of the tissue just below the skin. This thickening occurs in the palm of the hand and can be extended into the fingers
/by Luciano García

Morton’s Neuroma

Morton's neuroma, also called interdigital neuroma, plantar neuroma or Morton's metatarsalgia, is a painful condition that affects the midfoot area.
/by Luciano García

Trocanteritis

The trochanter is a specific part of the body belonging to the femur, where many tendon and fascial structures are inserted.
/by Luciano García

Shoulder Bursitis

The treatment of bursitis will be focused on resolving the inflammation and restoring balance to the affected perilesional musculature and joints.
/by Luciano García

Pubalgia

Pubalgia is defined as pain in the groin and pubic region. This pain may radiate to the medial thigh area (adductors) and/or to the lower abdomen.
/by Luciano García

Sprained Ankle

A sprained ankle is one of the most common lower extremity injuries treated in the clinic. It involves injury to the ligaments that support the ankle joint.
/by Luciano García

Meniscal Injury

The menisci distribute the loads exerted on the articular surfaces of the knee. They also stabilize the knee and decrease friction.
/by Luciano García

Supraspinatus Tendonitis

The supraspinatus tendinitis is the inflammation of the tendon of the supraspinatus muscle, which is located at the top of the shoulder ...
/by Luciano García

Carpal tunnel syndrome

This is a compression condition of the median nerve as it passes through the wrist, in a narrowing between the bones of the wrist and the transverse ligament.
/by Luciano García

Epicondylitis, epicondylalgia or “tennis elbow”

It is an injury that causes pain in the lateral aspect of the elbow produced by repetitive microtraumatisms due to muscular overloads and efforts, which leads to irritation and degeneration of the tendon insertions of the elbow.
/by Luciano García

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