This blog is a written by Mary Taylor a musculoskeletal physiotherapist and manager of a persisting pain service and orthopaedic interface clinic in Devon, UK. She wishes to highlight the need to be vigilant towards red flags, in particular septic arthritis, as this case study highlights the devastating consequences of missed early diagnosis. Firstly let us discuss what septic arthritis is. It is an infection within a synovial joint, most commonly in the knee, but can also effect any synovial joint including hip, shoulder, elbow, ankle, wrist and small joints of the hand and foot. Usually caused by bacteria but can be caused by fungi or mycobacteria. Carpenter,
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Hope you enjoy and get something out of it. Feedback of course is always welcome! Part 2 will follow in a week. Low back pain LBP remains a prevalent health burden according to epidemiological data with an increasing length in years lived with disability and an increasing financial burden globally. Many people living with persistent pain can face societal stigmatization resulting in social exclusion, mental health problems, chronic disease, and weight disorders. Persistent pain is referred to as a multi-dimensional experience, and as such is a particularly enigmatic phenomenon.
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Exercise — limited by shortness of breath and generally feeling unwell. Likes to play golf but too unwell to play at present. Able to walk approximately 50 metres at a moderate pace before stopping to rest due to shortness of breath. Describes her main issues as — excessive sputum and extreme lethargy. Sputum — approx.