Abdominal muscle strain
Low back strain
Lower leg strain
Lower leg tendinitis
Peroneal tendon tendinitis
Pes anserine tendinitis
ACL sprain (Sprain Straight anterior instability)
Anterior metatarsal arch sprain (Dropped metatarsal head)
Cervical sprain (Whiplash injury)
Eversion ankle sprain (Sprained ankle)
Glenohumeral sprain (Sprained shoulder)
Intervertebral sprain (Backache)
Inversion ankle sprain (Sprained ankle)
LCL sprain (Sprain / Straight varus instability)
Lumbosacral sprain (Lower back sprain)
MCL sprain (Sprain / Valgus instability)
PCL sprain (Sprain / Straight posterior instability)
Acute patella (Dislocated kneecap)
Anterior ankle (Dislocated ankle)
Anterior elbow (Dislocated elbow)
Anterior glenohumeral subluxation (Slipping shoulder)
Cervical vertebrae (Dislocation of vertebrae)
Distal Radioulnar (Dislocation of wrist)
Glenohumeral/Subglenoid (Dislocated shoulder-downward)
Hip (Dislocation of hip)
Lunate (Dislocation of carpal bone)
Phalange (MPC, PIP, DIP) (Dislocated finger)
Phalangeal (Dislocated toe)
Posterior ankle (Dislocated ankle)
Posterior elbow (Dislocated elbow)
Posterior glenohumeral (Dislocated shoulder-posterior)
Posterior glenohumeral subluxation (Slipping shoulder)
Recurrent patella (Dislocation of kneecap)
Subcoracoid glenohumeral (Dislocated shoulder-anterior)
Superior ankle (Dislocated ankle)
Temporomandibular joint (Jaw is out of place)
Tibiofemoral (Dislocated knee)
Tooth (Tooth/teeth pushed back)
Wrist (Dislocated wrist)
Common Skin Injuries
Abrasion - The skin is scraped against a rough surface. The epidermis and dermis are worn away, exposing numerous blood capillaries.
Friction Blister - Continuous rubbing over the surface of the skin causes a collection of fluid below orwithin the epidermal layer.
Incision - The skin has been sharply cut.
Laceration - A wound in which the flesh has been irregularly torn.
Puncture Wound - Penetrations of the skin by a sharp object.
Skin Avulsion - Skin is torn by the same mechanism as a laceration to the extent that tissue is completely ripped from its source is an avulsion injury.
Skin Bruise - When a blow compresses or crushes the skin surface and produces bleeding under the skin.
Acute bone fractures