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Anterior Hip Precautions
What is hip synovitis. My 6 yr old has got it and is on 5 day antibiotic course. What is the recommendation and precautions. Thnx?
Inflammation: The synovium is the tissue that lines a joint capsule, when it becomes inflamed you can get a synovitis. Basically when a young child presents with severe hip pain and no injury, some considerations include an infection in the hip joint or a toxic synovitis. Toxic synovitis can proceed or be concurrent with a generalized viral illness and usually resolves spontaneosly. NSAIDs and rest help ...Read more
I've had a pain on my lower left front of my body (across from hip) for 2 months now. What should I di?
See gp: No way to answer that without an evaluation. ...Read more
Varies by patient: Everybody recovers at their own pace after a total hip replacement. The direct anterior approach does minimize trauma from surgery. "wonderful" implies full recovery- may take 3 months. Acute healing phase is 2-3 weeks. Do not try to overdo in the first 6 weeks, but gradual resumption of activities is encouraged. Talk to your orthopaedic surgeon if you have specific activity related questions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
3days ago at volleyball my leg slid out in front of me when I was skidding. There is now an on and off pain in my hip. What should I do?
May need an exam: You may have pulled a muscle. Depending on your age you may need to just have an examination. ...Read more
Hips slip out of place constantly (one higher) & rotate anterior etc all the time with simple activity. Causes hip and groin pain. Pt has not helped. ?
Time for total hip: See a orthopedic surgeon for evaluationGet a more detailed answer ›
Anterior column: The acetabular columns were first described in 1964 by judet and letournel as an inverted y. The anterior column was composed of the bones ilium and pubis. The pelvis is composed of three bones including the ilium, ischium and pubis which fuse in early adolescence and collectively called the innominate bone. ...Read more
REhab: Typically after any hip replacement, the first goal is to get you back on your feet again. You can work with a physical therapist who will teach you the anterior hip precautions then begin to work with you on getting in and out of bed, standing with a walker and beginning to walk with a walker. Following that phase, you will begin to work on strengthening the hip muscles usually as an outpatient. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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