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Can You Ride Horses With Scoliosis
Yes: Most patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis should be able to ride roller coasters without a problem. Ensure that the seat belt and safety mechanisms fit comfortably. Patients with severe adult scoliosis may have "soft" bones due to osteoporosis. These patients are at higher risk of getting a compression fracture of the spine and thus should avoid roller coasters. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Once your your hip has had sufficient time to heal, usually three months, it is typically considered safe to resume horseback riding. If your left up was replaced, your technique to mount the saddle may need to to adjusted. Speak to your orthopaedic surgeon or physical therapist about any specific questions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on Severity: The answer really depends on how bow legged someone is and what age. Children may have a real problem and should be assessed by a pediatric orthopedic surgeon. Adults would probably be better off with low impact activity but if you to run see a specialist (orthopedic, physical therapist, podiatrist) to be fit for inserts (orthotics) to help take stress off the back, hip, knees, ankles and feet. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: I would not recommended it.Get a more detailed answer ›
Depends on severity: If you are comfortable doing ot and can take anti-inflammatory OTC meds to deal with the symptoms. It tends to be chronic, but staying fit probably helps more than hurts. Take a warm bath after hiking. Sometimes topical analgesics help as well. Don't put them on after the warm bath-let the skin cool down first. They can be painful when the pores are wide open. ...Read more
Depends: It depends on how severe the aortic stenosis is. If mild, there should be no problem. If severe, the stress could cause strain on the heart and lead to serious problems. Usually, if it is that severe, the condition is treated. One should directly consult one's cardiologist to answer this question. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No more than 4 boys: I'm not aware of that horseback riding is any more dangerous for women than for men. After all, if you fall off, you fall off. Your gender makes no difference in the potential injuries you might sustain. Perhaps if you could be a bit more explicit in your concern/question . . ...Read more
No: In more than a decade as a registered car seat technician I have not come across such a seat.The best approach when looking for a seat is to take it home or to a fitting station for a proper installation and see how it works for the kid.Keep your receipt and do not hesitate to take it back and exchange it for a different model.The mechanics for safety are different than the appearance of comfort. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: That depends on where the herniation is: cervical, thoracic, or lumbar. More in fo isneeded. ...Read more
Get up and move: Getting up and moving around every so often can take pressure off the back and allow your muscles to engage and help stabilize the back. ...Read more
Most likely: Depends on what you mean. Most ovaries sit slightly behind the uterus . They are not out to the sides as seen in drawings. If you have been told that there is something wrong with the position of your ovaries, ask your md to explain the problem in detail and what if anything should be done. ...Read more
Yes: Valve should not be an issue. The pacemaker, depending on settings, could detect the shake as arrythmia? Ask your doc to be sure of settings, and any defibrillator capacity. One may have a very good natural rhythym, and the pacemaker is backup-used infrequently more details from your doc and the device will help you! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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