Persistent Pain After Ankle Sprain – Think of Talus OCL

Inversion sprain of the ankle joint is very common.  Most of the time the pain resolves and one can resume normal sporting activities. However, in some people. the pain may not totally go away. There are 2 common causes of persistent pain that just simply won’t go away after an ankle inversion sprain.  The first … Continue reading

Shoulder Dislocation

The shoulder joint is the most commonly dislocated joint in the body. This is because of lack of bony stability.  Some fast facts about shoulder dislocation:  50% of all dislocations 95% of all shoulder dislocations come out anteriorly 85% caused by trauma recur i.e. will dislocate again Following a traumatic shoulder anterior dislocation, certain pathologies … Continue reading