Natalie Shur

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BACKGROUND A number of shoulder girdle injuries are associated with acute anterior glenohumeral dislocations. In the present study we evaluated the prevalence of neurological deficits, greater tuberosity fractures, and rotator cuff injuries in a population of unselected patients who presented with a traumatic anterior glenohumeral dislocation. METHODS A(More)
Exercise and physical activity are increasingly becoming key tools in the treatment and prevention of several medical conditions including arthritis and diabetes; this notion has been termed "exercise as medicine". Exercise has favorable effects on reducing cardiovascular risk, inflammation, cachexia, and hypertension, in addition to increasing physical(More)
The facet joint has been increasingly implicated as a potential source of lower back pain. Diagnosis can be challenging as there is not a direct correlation between facet joint disease and clinical or radiological features. The purpose of this article is to review the diagnosis, treatment, and current imaging modality options in the context of degenerative(More)
Coxa saltans occurring at the proximal hamstring origin has been rarely reported in the literature. It is better known as occurring at the iliotibial band or the iliopsoas tendon. We report a case of coxa saltans due to subluxation of the origin of the long head of biceps femoris tendon at the ischial tuberosity. This was successfully treated using a(More)
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