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Bursitis Finger Joints
I'm a pianist and violist with arthritic bone spurs in my finger
joints (no pain). With viola, spurs get in the way of playing.
Dissolution of spurs?
No: They would be separate issues.Get a more detailed answer ›
Different areas: Bursitis can occur in a variety of areas with the following areas most affected. Hip, knee, olecranon (elbow), and shoulder are the more common areas. Bursitis can occur in an area following repetitive movements, local trauma, or possibly as part of a systemic disease such as rheumatoid arthritis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anti-inflammatories : Ac joint pain is usually due to inflammation, either due to trauma or arthritis. Oral and/or injectable steroids are the fastest way to treat inflammation. Ice, rest and nsaid's ate also very helpful treatments, but may take a little longer to work. Sometimes therapy or even surgery may be needed. See a board certified orthopaedic surgeon for evaluation and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Over activity of a group of muscles lead to irritation of the bursa which is a cushion between the muscle layers, resulting in bursitis. Trauma, inflammation, infection can also lead to bursitis.
Sometimes an inflammed joint can lead to overlying or adjacent bursitis. ...Read more
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Both my pinkies have been swollen for about two years. My right toe has bursitis, and now both my index fingers are starting to ache and look bumpy.
"Tennis elbow" which is tendonosis of the lateral or outside of the elbow (the most common "tendonitis" of the elbow) usually doesn't cause any numbness in the hand or fingers
medial elbow tendonosis (golfers elbow) will occasionally irritate the ulnar nerve about the elbow and cause some numbness in the ring and small fingers. ...Read more
Can I have more children if I fractured my sacroilliac joint 17 months ago only just healed also suffer tro hip bursitis painful can I have more child?
Yes, you can: If you did not have any hardware placed after the fracture, you should be fine to progress with a normal pregnancy. If you had hardware, depending on how extensive the injury, you may need to consider c section. While you will be able to have children, you will most likely have increased arthritic pain at the si joint that might be exacerbated during progression of the pregnancy. Hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
7 days following steriod jab for subachromial bursitis pain is bad unless taking codine is this normal as AC joint feels very sore aswell?
Post-injection pain: It's not uncommon to experience pain lasting for 1-2 days after this type of injection (steroid flare reaction). In a small group of patient the pain can last for up to a week. Injecting too high of a volume into a bursa is another explanation. Infection is possible but less likely if not worsening and no signs of infection (fever, redness, warmth, etc.). Icing & nsaids may help. Notify your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I will get cortisone for frozen shoulder friday. It will be guided into the joint. Will it also help with my impingement/tendinitis/bursitis?
Hard to say...: All the conditions that you mentioned are distinctly different from one another. A frozen shoulder would not typically be treated with steroid injections. Usually, physical therapy or manipulation under anesthesia (basically, wrenching your frozen shoulder loose while you're sedated) is necessary to treat this. Some impingement caused by bursitis or tendinitis is improved with steroid shots. ...Read more