TopicHow Does Magnetic Water Treat Digestive System Problems?

  • Mon 23rd Nov 2020 - 9:35am

    Basic Structure Of The Knee.The knee consists of four bones, namely the femur, tibia, the fibula and the patella. The knee Back Pain Breakthrough joint is located between the femur and tibia and is traditionally classed as a hinge joint, having movement in only plane. This means that the knee only bends or straightens. However, it is also classed as a ellipsoid joint because it does allow a small amount rotation of the lower leg.

    The patella (kneecap) is situated at the front of the knee. The femur has two ellipsoid surfaces and joins the fibia with the menisci (commonly known as cartilage) between. The fibula does not directly move with the femur but works on the lateral (outer) side of the tibia. There thirteen ligaments attached around the knee. These are patellar, patellar retinaculum, oblique popiliteal, arcuate popiteal, medial collateral, lateral collateral, anterior cruciate, posterior cruciate, coronary (2), transverse, and meniscofemoral (2). It is not in the remit of this article to describe in detail the function of all of these ligaments.

    Housemaids Knee', A Common Cause Of Knee Pain.Housemaids knee is a common name given to Bursitis. This occurs in the subcutaneous prepatellar bursa. This can, as the common name suggests, be caused by prolonged work performed on the knees. This type of bursitis can affect roofers, carpet layers, miners, plumbers amongst other groups who kneel for long periods. Bursitis may also cause another condition of slow accumulation of fluid in the knee commonly called 'water on the knee'.Another cause of a swollen knee can be caused following an injury. If the swelling appears immediately after the injury the swelling is often an accumulation of blood within the joint called 'hemarthrosis'.

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