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Where Does It Hurt?
Foot & Ankle
Hand & Wrist
Hand & Wrist
The hands and wrists are made up of many ligaments, tendons, muscles, and bones that allow for a wide range of dexterity and movements. Ligaments bind together the joints in our wrists and hands. The muscles in our hands and wrists contract to allow for the movement of bones.
The elbow is made up of three bones: the humerus, radius, and ulna. Together they form a hinged joint that connects your upper arm to your forearm. Within the elbow, there are three joints: the ulnohumeral joint, the radiohumeral joint, and the proximal radioulnar joint.
Our spines are responsible for keeping our bodies upright. They are made up of a group of bones called vertebrae, with a hollow canal in the center that houses the spinal cord. The vertebrae are separated by spongy disks that act as shock absorbers when you move your spine side to side.
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“Since being treated, I have been doing great. I run 3 to 4 times a week and completed the St. Louis Rock N Roll Half Marathon in October of 2012. On occasion, I do have tightness in the right knee but simply stretch and use a roller along the ITB area of the leg. I have continued with strength training and plan to complete another half marathon in March of 2013.”
“Dr. King spent time explaining my injury to me and made sure I understood what was going on. He was super friendly and definitely knew what he was talking about. I'm all healed up and back to normal thanks to him.”