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What Should You Avoid To Eat When You Have A Muscle Tear Or Rotator Cuff Injury
It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more
Not always: Depending on how you injured your rotator cuff, a trip to the doctor may not be necessary. A fall or trauma may cause a full rotator cuff year, which will not heal without surgery. Otherwise, ice, rest and anti-inflammatory medications should make your shoulder fell better within 6 weeks. If not, go see a board certified orthopaedic surgeon for evaluation and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After rotator cuff bicep repair, if you return to heavy work too soon do you risk re injury or will there just be limits to what your body will do?
Nothing U can eat-: -but I would advise you 2 avoid NSAIDS, as the inflammatory reaction is needed 2 promote healing. It is very important 2 avoid them in fracture healing. For example, with total joint replacements NSAIDS R given 2 prevent calcium 2 B deposited in the peri operative field. ...Read more
Is it your first: If it is trauma your chance of conservative care and a good response are good if this is the second time it is another story if the first episode is in your teens and there is a recurrence that has the worst prognosis mri can show if the labrum and capsule have been torn. ...Read more
Rotator cuff: Rotator cuff disease is sometimes difficult to diagnose on exam. Some of the key features are age of onset and awakening you from sleep. Rotator cuff tears frequently occur in middle-aged individuals and awaken you from sleep. Mri confirms the suspicion. Being 42, you are a bit young for a full-thickness tear unless you experienced trauma. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have shoulder stiffness not sure if muscle related or rotator cuff tear. What doctor should I see? Working with massage therapist now.
Squats,lunges etc.: If u have a torn meniscus than you should have your knee 'scoped' before you do further damage to your knee;things to avoid in the meantime include any activities which involve turning, twisting, pivoting or squatting on the affected side...I.E.Squats , lunges etc.(leg press, hamstring curls, ex.Bike, hip exercises should be O.K.)see your ors for further guidance.Best of luck! ...Read more
Possible torn Gluteus Medius/Minimus or Piriformis. MRI or Xray do I need to confirm this? If so, what is the rehab to fix this as I have been unable
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