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Orthopedic Dysfunction is a condition that results from damage to the bones, joints, muscles, tendons, or ligaments. This can include conditions such as arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis, sprains, and fractures. It can also result from degenerative changes such as osteoarthritis or wear and tear on the joints. Treatment for Orthopedic Dysfunction will vary depending on the specific condition, but may include physical therapy, exercises, medications, or surgery. In some cases, Orthopedic Dysfunction can lead to chronic pain and disability. As such, it is important to seek treatment early to help prevent further damage and improve quality of life.
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What Causes Orthopedic Dysfunction?
Orthopedic dysfunction can be caused by a variety of factors, ranging from trauma and injury to degenerative diseases. In some cases, the cause of orthopedic dysfunction is unknown. However, some common causes include: Trauma: Orthopedic trauma can occur due to a fall, car accident, or other type of impact. This type of trauma can damage bones, joints, tendons, and ligaments. Degenerative diseases: Orthopedic degenerative diseases such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis can lead to joint pain, stiffness, and deformity. Infections: Orthopedic infections can develop in any area of the body, but are most common in the lower extremities. These infections can damage bones, joints, and soft tissue. Inflammatory conditions: Orthopedic inflammatory conditions such as gout and tendinitis can cause pain, swelling, and stiffness. Tumors: Both benign and malignant tumors can cause orthopedic dysfunction. These tumors can grow in any area of the body and may damage surrounding tissue.
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