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What is a Pellegrini-Stieda Lesion?

A Pellegrini-Stieda lesion is a serious injury of the knee that often follows a traumatic accident. There are multiple types of knee injuries ranging from a straightforward sprain to a fracture, a dislocation, or even a tear of the ligament. Some of the ligaments that people might tear include the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), the meniscus, or the medial collateral ligaments (MCL). If someone sustains a tear of their MCL, this injury might be followed by the development of a Pellegrini-Stieda lesion.

Roseville September 2019 Community Event Calendar

Roseville holds endless opportunities for a chance to invent, explore, and curate your interests and passions. You can find trivia nights that are fun for the whole group, art classes to nurture your creative side, and cultural festivals with enough authenticity to make you feel like you have left Sacramento. There is not enough time to list all activities in Roseville, but I’ve created a brief list of local events for those will be in the city this month.

Roseville Community Events

There’s more to Roseville than the Galleria Mall and great shopping opportunities! As the most thriving commercial and retail hub in the county, Roseville has a lot to offer in terms of community events. If you’ve already visited the Roseville Golfland-Sunsplash and Maidu Museum & Historic Site, but want to indulge in some fun recreation activities, here’s a list of upcoming July events in Roseville.

June 2019 Roseville Community Event Calendar

We have already arrived at the halfway mark of 2019 – time is moving at a rate that seems faster than usual. As the infamous fictional character, Ferris Bueller once said, “If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” Here’s the good news for those that will be spending time in Folsom this June – there is an overload of community activities to indulge in with a friend, a loved one, or even by yourself. Local events taking place this June can be described in detail below.

Decreasing Pedestrian Deaths

Pedestrian deaths are on the rise nationwide and have climbed to their highest level in three decades. Explanations of why this happens place the fault on the use of cell phones by both the driver and the pedestrian. This seems to be only part of the overall problem. The number of people who walk to work has increased, especially in urban areas. If more people are walking, it stands to reason that more deaths will occur. Even with increased numbers, one way to stay safer is by using crosswalks. However, new crosswalk laws went into effect in 2018, and many Californians are unaware of them. Let’s look at why more pedestrian deaths are occurring, and review crosswalk laws in the state.   

Roseville May 2019 Community Events

May is an exciting time of the year here in sunny Roseville, California. It is the last full month of spring, and the community organizes many celebratory events to make the most out of the time we have left in this beautiful season. There also happens to be some national holidays this May, such as Mother’s Day on May 12. Below you can find a collection of upcoming events in Roseville, including celebratory holiday events and public festival events. Find an activity to engage in with a parent, a friend, a loved one, or even by yourself.

Guide to Swimming Pool Electrical Safety

Swimming pool electrical safety is something that needs to be considered at the start of each season. This is true of residential and public pools. Maintenance should include checking for loose wires and making sure all electrical sources are grounded. Every year, many people die or are seriously injured because electrical sources are not wired, bonded or grounded properly. Let’s explore why electrocution occurs and how to prevent it. We’ll also review the steps to take if someone is electrocuted.

New Parking Garage in Roseville Requires Repairs

City officials announced in June last year that the new parking structure for Oak Street in Roseville was officially complete. However, just six months later the eight-story-tall monolith has been damaged at the top level of the structure. The city took action by placing sandbags and various other preventive measures to alleviate the damage. Moving forward, the structure is partially closed during renovations.