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Can fhl dysfunction cause the first ray to drop, arch to collapse, knee to adduct, hip to turn in and pelvic rotation over time?
NO: Sounds like you have a significantly more complex problem than what fhl dysfuction would cause. ...Read more
When walking I have been experiencing a sudden and sort of collapse of my right knee at random times. Fear it may cause me to fall. What can I do?
See orthopedist: See an orthopedist and have the knee evaluated. ...Read more
I get really dizzy & my vision goes white (can't see), usually when I stand up. Sometimes my knees buckle, I collapse. Usually only for 10~20 secs. Y?
Postural hypotension: Feeling lightheaded on standing, having blurry vision and collapsing is most like drop in blood pressure, called postural hypotension. In most cases it does not indicate anything sinister but falls secondary to it can cause injury. Certain blood pressure medications, dehydration due to diarrhoea, vomiting can also result in postural hypotension. See Gp for review if symptoms occur regularly. ...Read more
I have had pain in my left knee for over two years. Nothing showed up on X-ray over a year ago. Hurts when sitting. If I walk a lot starts to collapse?
See your doctor and:
After a complete history and physical, if there is no sure diagnosis, ask for either a knee MRI or a consult with a sports medicine physician or an orthopedic surgeon.
2 years of knee pain in a 19 yo, esp with "giving way", is not normal and needs to be further evaluated. ...Read more
My right knee has this sharp pain everyday unpredictably, bordering the knee cap. It will make me collapse or limb heavily. What might be happening?
Inflammed tendon, or: Pain below the patella is commonly (not always) due to inflammation of the patella tendon, aka "jumper's knee". Chondromalacia/arthritis is also a consideration. Typical treatment options consist of rice, antiinflammatories, physical therapy, counterbrace supports, massage, injections. Your orthopedic physician can provide a more accurate diagnosis with a physical exam and possible x-ray. ...Read more
12 months ago I had a fall & left knee collapsed was told I need reconstruction still waiting but the last week I had more fluid build up should I wor?
Not really: The intra articular damage will continue to produce joint fluid and swelling. If it becomes severe or painful seek medical attention. ...Read more
Hello I have a question about my knee, I reacently got in a car accident. My car hit a tree, the glove box collapsed on my knee when I first got out?
It is probably best to get an evaluation. We can't tell from what you say what might be going on
Knee cracking pain only going upstairs, knee collapsed, crunching sounds, lack of extension patella not tracking as per physio what is the cause?
Patellofemoral issue: The likely cause of your condition is that the knee cap is getting off track when you bend your knee due to lack of quad muscle strength (VMO). This causes the knee cap to track laterally when you bend your knee and leads to cartilage irritation (chondromalacia) under the knee cap which can cause aching and produce crunching sounds. Keep working with your physio to correct the problem. ...Read more
Dr t niazi osteoporosis due to delayed surgery n cast for 5mths meniscus tear on other leg n arthritis in both can't walk due to pain n knee collapses?
Pain: Doctor probably has a good reason why.... Knee collapsing could be from meniscus tear which is painful and the brain says don't put weight on it. ...Read more
I have transverse myelitis, I have been doing physio for 14 months, but when I walk my right knee just collapses forward as soon as I weight-bare why?
UMN weakness: Upper motor neuron weakness from inflammation injury of the spine (transverse myelitis) typically causes spastic weakness: even though the muscles are tight and may at times cramp or spasm, they are still weak b/c the brain lost control over voluntary movement of affected muscles. Ask about adding neuromuscular electrical stimulator (nmes) to rehab routine. Good luck! ...Read more
Hurt knee inside side, butt lower than knee, stand forward. Wore brace due to collapses. Kneecap pops a lot, pain both sides. Serious or heal over time?
Mechanism of injury: Was there an injury? If it's been more than two weeks without improvement in would get evaluated by your orthopedist. ...Read more
Left knee felt like it dislocated when I exited shower recently and collapsed painfully. I did have surgery for torn meniscus years back. What was it?
Hi, I had accident last September my t 4 n t 5 collapses and now I m paraplegic, I did my mri which ud showing myelomacia but knee jerk reflex coming.
Nice 2 hear goodnews: Very happy to hear information about you possibly enjoying some degree of improvement in your condition. Do you have a specific question you'd like to pose? If so, please write me at: www. Healthtap. Com/drsaghafi ...Read more
I have ehlers-danlos syndrome hypermobility type. My arches collapse, ankles roll in and knees go backwards. Could AFOs help stabilize my bendy joints?
Yes: There are many people afflicted with ehlers danlos who speak highly of smo (short AFO for feet) and other AFO to help stabilize. These are costly and a long project but certainly worth going to an orthotist to look in to. ...Read more
Had knee replacement surgery dec 14th. I have a collapsed disc, pinch nerve, a cyst and osteoarthritis of spine pain in back while exercising persist?
See a doctor: Sounds like you are a perfect candidate to see a physiatrist. These are specialists in musculoskeletal medicine. You are the type of patient that I tend to see a lot. Find one in your area who specializes in musculoskeletal medicine and ask your primary care doctor for a referral. ...Read more
Hi, I had accident last September my t 4 n t 5 collapses and now I m paraplegic, I did my mri which ud showing myelomacia but knee jerk reflex coming. Event if some one touch or slap qmy feet they react and same time I foott vibration n heat in foot pleas
Comments: I am guessing your concern focuses on prognosis, and hopefully, you are in a therapeutic program involving physical therapy and bracing. Even passive exercise will provide value. Your described reactions are to be expected at this point, and expect some further healing over the next 6-7 months. The ultimate degree of recovery cannot clearly be predicted, but keep working. All the best for you. ...Read more