Bones are dynamic, adaptable connective tissue. When a bone breaks (fractures), it goes through a multi-stage process to heal.
The gastrocnemius, soleus, and sometimes the plantaris muscle make up the superior part of the posterior compartment of the lower leg.
Understanding the three main planes of movement, sagittal, frontal, and transverse, can us conceptualize more complex, multiplanar movements.
Rotator cuff issues are a common cause of shoulder pain. They can result from overuse, acute trauma, muscle imbalance, and other reasons.
The ankle joint is a complicated structure of multiple bones, muscles, and ligaments that allow for the necessary mobility and stability of movement.
Functional movement refers to whole-body movements we do in daily life. That might include movements like squatting, lunging, and reaching.