Bone Health and Fractures
 
The wrist is composed of eight bones. These eight bones attach the bones in the forearm (ulna and radius) and the bones in the hand (metacarpals). A wrist fracture is a break in either of the forearm bones or one of the eight wrist bones....[Read More]
A rib fracture may occur when a rib(s) sustains a direct impact from a ball, bat, punch, kick or fall....[Read More]
The foot is made up of several small bones, including the tarsal navicular bone. It can be easily injured from physical activities like running and jumping because of where it is located. ...[Read More]
Bone is constantly in the process of remodeling, breaking down and then reforming. Osteoporosis is a bone disease that leads to less bone formation as well as poor bone quality....[Read More]
The clavicle, or collarbone, is a long bone between the sternum (breastbone) and scapula (shoulder blade)....[Read More]
 
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