Sports Injury Advice presents an overview on the common surgeries related to to sports injuries. We categorize the operations by body-part, then provide links to specific pages describing the surgical procedure. We hope, by these means, that we afford you adequate information to understand the consideration as they are in regard to the subject of repairing an injured area.
The following is a list of body-parts as we have them categorized, complete with a list of links to the specific surgical procedures associated with each category:
The anatomy of the human head, as we at Sports Injury Advice have devised to present it, includes both internal and external elements involving the skull and face.
The human neck region entails the bones of the spinal support structure, the relative muscles, and internal organ elements that function for swallowing, breathing, and speaking.
The human shoulder category contains information regarding the interaction of bones, joints, and muscles that work together to execute the shoulder pivot.
The human back anatomical section concerns all of the elements of the muscular and skeletal motion of the rear-side torso.
The anatomy of the human chest, as we at Sports Injury Advice have defined things, involves all of the muscles of the chest and ribs, the skeketal structure of the rib cage, and the cardio-pulminary internal organs.
The human abdomen category describes the inter-relation of the muscular components of the lower front torso.
The anatomy of the human hip includes all of the structural and muscular elements of the body's mid-section as they work in relation to the pelvis in uniting the action of the upper-body with the lower-body.
The anatomy of the upper leg includes all muscular and skeletal components between the hip and knee.
The anatomical section of the human knee is comprised of all of the bone and cartilage that support the flex-action of the knee joint.
The lower leg region of the body involves the components that reside between the knee and ankle joints, primarily the shin and calf as well as the structural elements that support the spring-action of the ankle.
The anatomy of the ankle is focused directly on the anatomical components involved with the hinge of the step motion.
The category of foot anatomy inclueds all of the bones of the foot from heel to toe, as well as all of the muscle and cartilage.
The upper arm region involves the muscular and skeletal anatomical elements that reside between the shoulder and elbow.
The human elbow category is geared toward the connections and functions of the elbow joint as it servers the extension and contraction of the reaching motion, tying together all of the components of the upper arm and forearm.
The anatomy of the forearm includes all of the muscular and structural elements between the elbow and wrist.
The wrist anatomy category is focused on the muscular and skeletal features that join the arm to the hand.
The hand region includes all of the muscles, bones, and cartilage of both the hand and fingers.
The skin category is concerned with skin in the broad sense, describing the composition and properties of the skin.
Anatomy as it concerns internal organs that are vulnerable to common sports injuries are regarded individually for easy reference.