Hygiene EducationHealth Education
Calcium and nutrition intake can prevent osteoporosis: Proper intake of calcium is essential to maintain healthy bones. The recommended amount of daily calcium intake is 1,200 mg for teenagers, 1,000 mg for adults, 1,500 mg for women in menopause, and 1,500 mg for men above the age of 65.
Everyone has two thick and strong ligaments in knees. They are called anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments based on the locations attached to the tibia. These two ligaments decide the stability of the knee.
Ganglion cyst is a benign tumor common seen around wrist. It is usually discovered by accident and sometimes gets bigger with pain or soreness. Ganglion cyst that grows in wrist may often cause pain in the wrist. The discomfort is particularly obvious when moving the joint.
Tennis elbow is one of the common sports injuries. Tennis elbow earned its name because tennis players often suffer from this disease due to improper posture when serving, hitting or using one-hander backhand.
Sports injury in knee is often seen in teenage athletes, field and track athletes, and joggers.
Joint motion refers to the normal motion range of a specific joint, which has different motion angles. The exercise that involves each and every joint is call rang of motion (ROM) exercise.
The purpose of artificial bone is to activate bone reverse reaction. Artificial bone serves as a frame to enhance the formation of new bone. Artificial bone can be put in the hole or gap of the bone to greatly increase the healing of bone defects.
The purpose of fixation implant is to provide support to the fractured bones, maintain limbs in good shape, and restore the integrity of articular facet.
The purpose of artificial joint replacement is to provide an artificial articular facet to replace the deformed or deteriorated joint to resume mobility and normal mobility pattern.
Spinal fixation has different functions based on different designs, including providing support to the spine, restoring the spine to its normal condition, and providing support to intervertebral disc.