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Compartment Syndrome Prevent Make Elastic
Compartment syndrome at my claves! what can I do to prevent this or to make the muscel more elastic?
Lymph Drainage: You need to see a lymphedema specialist they will perform complex decongestive therapy and manual lymph drainage. Usually physical therapy department people or massage therapist have this license. This will ease the swelling. The compartment syndrome is due to excessive tissue fluid. By opening up your lymph nodes above the blockage area you can release the pressure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: First of all confirm that you have a cs by c. Pressure studies (post exercise even). From the sound of it, you might have a chronic comp. Syndrome. If that's the case then it might help to gradually increase your physical activities. This may probably prevent having surgery. If you have cs at this young age, the surgical option might be a good one, for longterm results, though. ...Read more
I have sensitive fair skin. I cannot tan. The elastic in my underwear and hard toilet seats are leaving perm indents in my skin, can I prevent this?
Can i remove my elastic rubber bands which i put to my braces for 7 hours a day and then put it back ? Will this prevent fast move of teeth ?
No bands-no movement: The pressure exerted by the rubber bands is what makes the teeth move in the desired direction. It takes hours for teeth to begin to move from that pressure, but only about 30 minutes to start to relapse when bands are not on. If you want to get rid of those annoying rubber bands, wear them constantly, and only take them off for the half hour needed to eat and clean, and then get them back on. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Elastic facial bandages, jobst is one brand, can help limit the swelling that results from mandibular(lower jaw) surgery. It is less helpful for maxillary (upper jaw) surgery. These surgeries will result in a certain amount of edema that will occur regardless of efforts to limit it. But certain surgical techniques, intraop meds, and the elastic bandage can help. ...Read more
Been told I have exercise-induced compartment syndrome, had it for 5 years is there anything i can do to make it better and stop the pain in my shins?
Bicycle: Exertional compartment syndrome is caused by increased pressure during exercise in the compartments of the lower leg induced by swelling/edema of the exercising muscles. If you can reduce the volume of the compartments, you can reduce the problem. Bicycling specifically targets the lower legs and slims them down. Put in 30-40 min. 4-5 days a week on a exercise bike...It works. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have a malformation on the front of my leg. I have severe pain and bruising near the calf. Exercise makes it worse and so does squeezing it. If i get the test and the test is negative and the doctor still thinks I have compartment syndrome what would he
Av malformations: Sounds like you have vascular malformation. These are variable. Come in all sizes and locations. Compartment syndrome is possible if in your leg. Okay to wait for test results. Take family member to next visit. You might be surprised at results/recommendations. Staged endovascular coils, laser, compression, surgery are possibilities. Ask questions. 2nd opinion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: In short the pressure in a muscular compartment increases due to swelling or bleeding which prevents the normal blood flow from returning to the heart you will initially get some numbness and tingling then severe pain and possibly permanent damage to the muscles in the compartment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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