Author: Jake Liddell

The facet joints are small, cartilage-lined joints that form between two adjacent vertebrae (bones) in the spinal column. They can be found on either side of the spine and are responsible for its range of mobility. The cervical facet joints are found below the skull...

When non-medical professionals think of the human body’s circulatory system, they generally think of only two components: the arterial network (which carries the “clean” oxygen-rich blood from the heart throughout the body to its muscles and organs) and the venous network (which is responsible for...

The carpal tunnel is a narrow passageway formed by bones and ligaments on the palm-side of the wrist. Tendons from the forearm run through the tunnel and attach into the hand and fingers, along with the median nerve. Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is caused by...