Richard J. Kelly is a Medical Instructor/Writer at The Joint Special Operations Medical Training Center (JSOMTC), Special Warfare Medical Group at Fort Bragg, NC. He currently serves as the Primary Instructor of Surgery for the Special Forces Medical Sergeants Course. He is a retired Special Forces Medical Sergeant who served in multiple combat deployments while assigned to 5th Special Forces Group (A) and 3rd Special Forces Group (A). While active duty, he also served as the Primary Instructor of Surgery for the Special Forces Medical Sergeants Course.
Fascia, a fibrous connective tissue, is responsible for allocating skeletal muscles and corresponding neurovasculature into function-based compartments. Pressure is capable of accumulating within these compartments, initiating the onset of a condition commonly referred to as compartment syndrome. When the pressure… Read More