Recently, a friend who is in our age group – about 73 now – dislocated his shoulder. It affected some nerves in his hand and fingers and recovery, even with diligent rehab exercises, is slow. One of the effects is...
New research shows how using cadaver bone and cartilage grafts to 'sculpt' a new shoulder joint in patients with recurrent shoulder dislocations is more effective in re-stabilizing the shoulder than traditional surgery.... Read Post
A person whose hand function has been affected by a stroke can release an object more quickly when the affected arm is supported on a platform. Muscle-stretching exercises improved how quickly the stroke survivor could grip an objec... Read Post