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What is a Herniated Disc? Symptoms and Treatment Methods

A herniated disc, also known as a slipped disc, is a condition affecting the discs located between the vertebrae in the spinal column. This issue often begins without any noticeable symptoms but gradually leads to severe pain that can limit a person’s ability to perform daily routine tasks. You may have experienced unexplained back pain […]

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Differences in Bone Fractures Between Children and Adults

Introduction to Bone Fractures in Different Age Groups In this article, the Iran Height Increase Center will discuss the differences in bone fractures between children and adults. Although bones in both adults and children are susceptible to fractures, there are differences in the type of fracture, shape, healing process, and other factors that affect the

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Differences in Bone Fractures

The Human Body’s Musculoskeletal System

Introduction to the Musculoskeletal System The human body’s musculoskeletal system, also known as the locomotor system, comprises a collection of tissues that enable movement and mobility. This system includes bones (skeleton), muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, and other connective tissues, which are organically integrated and controlled by the brain to facilitate movement. The Skeletal System The

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Musculoskeletal System

Pulled Elbow (Partial Dislocation of the Radius Head)

Introduction to Pulled Elbow Pulled elbow, known medically as the partial dislocation of the radius head, often occurs in children aged 3 to 5 years. This condition usually arises due to the child’s arm being pulled. How Partial Dislocation Occurs In some cases, parents might lift the child from the ground by grabbing the child’s

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