Lawrence John Mathias

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Myofascial pain syndrome (MPS) is one of the common musculoskeletal conditions of the shoulder which may develop sensory-motor and autonomic dysfunctions at the various level of the neuromuscular system. The pain and dysfunction caused by MPS were primarily treated with physical therapy and pharmacological agents in order to achieve painfree movements.(More)
INTRODUCTION Managing pilon fractures is still a great challenge for surgeons in terms of reduction and fixation. The soft tissue anatomy and the bony configuration, results in angular and rotational instability and other bony and soft tissue complications. AIM To evaluate the results of minimally invasive plate osteosynthesis using locking plates in(More)
INTRODUCTION Acute facet joint lock induced wry neck (AFJL-WN) is common among adult population and it is primarily managed by medications and physiotherapy. However, the immediate recovery from pain and movements restriction caused by AFJL-WN is not documented in favour of existing interventions. AIM To evaluate the immediate effects of paraspinal dry(More)
Introduction: With various options available like unipolar, bipolar hemiarthroplasty or total hip arthroplasty, it would be wise to choose hemiarthroplasty as it is a procedure with a short operating time with lesser morbidity for elderly patients with displaced intra-capsular neck femur fractures .This study is aimed primarily at comparing the functional(More)
INTRODUCTION Calcaneal fractures have posed a challenge to orthopaedic surgeon for many years. The major problem is to reconstruct the fracture and improve healing of the fracture and also the surrounding tissues. Anatomic restoration of the three-dimensional anatomy of the calcaneum is the goal of surgical management of calcaneal fractures. Over the years,(More)
INTRODUCTION Fractures of the clavicle are some of the most common fractures which are seen in the adult population. Mid-shaft fractures of the clavicle are considered the most common form of clavicle fractures and about half of them are displaced fractures. They have been managed non-operatively over the years. However, severe displacement and comminution(More)
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