Sentences with word «labrum»

Labrum Latin, defined as "having the edge" Labrum (architecture), a large water-filled vessel or basin with an overhanging lip Labrum (arthropod mouthpart), a flap-like structure in front of the mouth in almost all extant Euarthropoda Labrum (surname), an English surname Acetabular labrum, a ring of cartilage that surrounds the acetabulum, the socket of the hip joint Glenoid labrum, a lip-like projection of cartilage on the human scapula (shoulder blade) surrounding the joint between the humerus and the shoulder blade (Wikipedia) (See all definitions)
According to Colin Eakin, MD, a physician at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation, recovery from a torn labrum (a common shoulder injury), for instance, could take anywhere from four weeks post-operation rest plus two months of physical therapy to heal, or it could continue indefinitely.
HEALTH & FITNESS
Over this stretch, Hill had labrum surgery and Tommy John surgery and stiffness and swelling and strains and problems with his flexor pronator mass.
SPORTS
Tommy John surgeries are on the rise as are rotator cuff injuries, labrum tears, and elbow tendonitis.
HEALTH & FITNESS
I have cam and pincer impingement in both hips, as well as labrum tears.
HEALTH & FITNESS
Wisconsin's Ryan Ramczyk, one of college football's top offensive tackles, will reportedly undergo arthroscopic surgery to repair a torn labrum in his hip.
SPORTS
This could eventually cause some serious damage to your labrum or the small muscles in the rotator cuff.
HEALTH & FITNESS
Finally 4 years ago after never being seriously injured I tore the labrum in my left shoulder lifting weights.
HEALTH & FITNESS
Now it's so fragile after my torn labrum that a simple swat and my arm is out of socket.
HEALTH & FITNESS
The Regenexx ® family of non-surgical stem-cell & blood platelet procedures are next generation regenerative injection treatments for those who are suffering from shoulder pain due to arthritis, rotator cuff and shoulder labrum tears, overuse injuries, and other degenerative conditions.
SCIENCE
«'' into an unsafe position involves increased pressure on the labrum or capsule of a joint while performing an exercise.
HEALTH & FITNESS
The Plaintiff suffered a variety of injuries, most notably a torn labrum and degeneration in her hip, which would eventually require three hip replacement surgeries.
LAW
Biceps tendonitis is commonly accompanied by rotator cuff tears or SLAP (super labrum anterior to posterior) lesions.
HEALTH & FITNESS
Surrounding the acetabulum is additional cartilage called the labrum, which forms a lip around the cup shaped bone to provide additional stability in the joint.
HEALTH & FITNESS
I tore my right labrum kickboxing, tore my left one playing volleyball, and slipped a disc in my lower back from doing who knows what.
BUSINESS
In 2005 Brees tore his labrum in his right (throwing) shoulder.
BOOKS
Unfortunately, Martin's 2013 season was derailed by injuries as the man known as the Muscle Hamster suffered a torn labrum against the Atlanta Falcons and was put on injured reserve after playing in just six games.
SPORTS
Here at labrum auto group each vehicle must pass a detailed inspection before being listed on ksl.
AUTOMOBILES
Then 4 years ago, after never being seriously injured, I tore the labrum in my left shoulder lifting weights.
HEALTH & FITNESS
After physical therapy failed to relieve our client's shoulder symptoms, he was evaluated by an orthopedic surgeon who opined that our client had sustained a probable labrum tear and a complete tear or high grade partial tear of his tendon due to the trauma from the motor vehicle accident.
LAW
With this type of injury, you could damage your labrum (cartilage that helps to keep the shoulder stable), your rotator cuff (the muscles that keep the shoulder stable), and / or the ligaments that keep the shoulder stable.
HEALTH & FITNESS
Now coming back from hip labrum surgery.
JOBS
The humeral head is kept in place by the joint capsule and labrum, thick bands of cartilage that form an elongated cone where the humeral head fits.
HEALTH & FITNESS
According to the Cavs, Love will be out the entire second-round of playoffs (likely against the Bulls) after tearing the labrum in his left shoulder.
SPORTS
Strengthening and learning to fire up these muscles will offer protection of the labrum in the hip joint, and more ease on the overtaxed psoas.
HEALTH & FITNESS
Most shoulder dislocations also cause tears to the glenoid labrum which is a ring of cartilage which acts as a cup in which the humerus bone rests.
HEALTH & FITNESS
I have spent countless hours pounding out heavy reps in the gym to the point I tore a shoulder labrum, which required surgery to fix.
HEALTH & FITNESS
So you're scheduled for surgery to fix your rotator cuff or labrum.
DATING
Cant lift heavier due to rehabilitatiion of labrum and rotator cuff.
HEALTH & FITNESS
Within the acetabulum is a cartilage structure called the labrum which deepens the «socket» and increases the surface area and strength of the hip.
SPORTS
Ore, who wassecond on the team with 647 rushing yards in 2005, was coming off surgery torepair a torn labrum in his right shoulder.
SPORTS
Based on the orientation and proportion of the fibers that attach on the glenoid labrum (anterior to posterior) the long head of biceps can be classified as type I through IV (I type describing a more posterior attachment, IV describing a more anterior attachment, and II, III being mixed).
HEALTH & FITNESS

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