A minimum of 150-300words for the responses to peers with a minimum of one source with citations and references. I encourage you to also use your experience with the topics to engage in a spectacular discussion. You are to have responses to peers which are a minimum of six (6) each week,
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Normal musculoskeletal pathophysiology includes the various muscles, bones, and connective tissues throughout our bodies that have their own specific function and actions. The musculoskeletal system’s common pathophysiological changes happen as we age. There is wear and tear on our bodies that cause dysfunction over time. Preventable problems include osteoarthritis, degenerative joint disease, osteoporosis, ad fractures. “Through repetitive actions, results in degeneration of the protective cartilage at the juncture of two bones” this in turn creates “an inflammatory reaction causing pain and edema of the affected joint” (Falkner & Green, 2018). In osteoporosis a “fracture may occur spontaneously or during an event that should have minimal bone trauma” (Falkner & Green, 2018). Metabolic changes occur when there is an interruption with secretion of hormones. “Diseases that are caused by hormone disruption include diabetes, hypothyroid, Cushing’s syndrome, polycystic ovary syndrome, and many others” (Falkner & Green, 2018). With interruptions a patient can have diagnoses of diabetic ketoacidosis, hypothyroidism, Cushing’s syndrome, polycystic ovary syndrome, and so many more (Falkner & Green, 2018). Symptoms can include nausea, dehydration, pain, weight gain or loss. As Faulkner and Green (2018) state, abnormal findings associated musculoskeletal dysfunction are alterations in the musculoskeletal system can be due to injury, infection, inflammatory diseases, noninflammatory conditions, or tumors.
Generally, the major symptoms associated lead to restricted mobility and pain at the site of dysfunction by stiff joints, swelling, dull aches and pain. Some common musculoskeletal disorders are conditions like tendinitis, bone fractures, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis and carpal tunnel. Depending on the severity of the dysfunction and the pain, they can interfere with an individual’s everyday activities, such as osteoarthritis at the knee joint which is a result of years of wear and tear affects many when it comes to walking or climbing stairs, becoming uncomfortable and painful. Therefore, patients may develop a more limited range of motion and have trouble completing routine tasks, even more have to consider a more handicapped status. In most cases of musculoskeletal dysfunctions the conditions can be overturned by recommending patients to practice regular exercises and therapies prior to considering surgical intervention. For the case of metabolic dysfunction, we would be seeing a dysfunction in the endocrine system. “When the body is under stress from illness or other alterations