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My 14-year-old daughter fractured her ulna bone two years ago, and it has since stopped growing. Is this common, and how can we correct her wrist?
You asked us, so we’re answering. Dr. Nina Lightdale-Miric, an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in hand and wrist diseases and disorders at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, answers a viewer’s question: My 14-year-old daughter fractured her ulna bone two years ago, and … Continue reading
Your lower body starts at the belly button and goes down to the toes. This includes part of your stomach (abdominal) muscles and your hips, thighs, knees, calves, ankles and feet. At a Communities in Motion event in San Diego led by orthopaedic … Continue reading