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what to do if i have a severe case of knock knees, how can they be fixed?

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Dr. Axel Martinez-Irizarry
Family Medicine 17 years experience
Surgery: Surgical treatment discussion with an orthopedic surgeon would be optimal. Imaging studies are likely to be done to identify the cause.

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A 38-year-old member asked:

How long will it take to heal a broken knee?

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About 3 months: When you say "knee", that could be many types of fractures. If it is a tibial plateau fracture (a fracture of the top part of the tibia), those fractures generally heal in about three months. The healing time can be affected by the health of the patient (smokers and diabetics tend to heal more slowly). Also, the severity of the fracture can impact the healing time. 10-12 weeks is a good estimate.
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How do I tape my knee for hockey?

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Depends: Taping of a joint varies based on the desired outcome. Taping to stabilize the patella (kneecap) is different than taping to prevent hyperextension, which is different than taping to stabilize a collateral ligament. This is also a skill that requires much experience to do properly. Consult with your athletic trainer.
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What do you suggest if I have a severe case of knock knees, how can they be fixed?

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Knock knee: or genu Valgum can be treated with exercises and PT, if it needs to be treated at all. Sometimes its familial and requires no treatment

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