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Does Knee Pain Following Rest Indicate Arthritis In A 20 Year Old
A condition where there is progressive degeneration of one or more joints. Symptoms may include joint pain, swelling, decreased motion, and stiffness. The two most common types of arthritis are osteoarthritis, which is associated first with articular cartilage breakdown with a component of inflammation, and rheumatoid arthritis, which is a systemic autoimmune disorder that affects joint linings first and secondarily ...Read more
Knee creptuis with no pain, constant knee pain alters at left part for a year even the MRI is clear,no rhumatoid , 8 drs,PT nohelp , 21 years old?
A basketball player has severe knee pain while playing and for around a week after. Previous doctor mentioned calcium deposits in the knee. Treatment?
? CPPD ?: If there is no pain except with strenuous activity such as basketball quadriceps strengthening may help. The most important step is to get an accurate diagnosis. If the "calcium deposits" are Calcium pyro phosphate deposition disease thre are specific treatments depending upon your symptoms. I would recommend you see a rheumatologist. ...Read more
42 yr. old with non-injury, constant distal IP joint pain in 3 fingers for a month. Is this serious, and can it be arthritis ?
Iv been diagnosed with osteoarthritis in my knee from an xray after a fall does this mean I could hav osteoarthritis in other joints as well?
Finding a shoulder specialist in dallas. Old sports injuries, now arthritic. 50yo, when is it time for replacement?. Constant pain
16 female. Had surgery for patella dislocation a year ago. currently have extreme crying pain in the same knee. It's a little swollen. no known injury
See details: Have the knee reevaluated to the orthopedist or a rheumatologist. ...Read more
What to do with a Detached meniscus that has caused medial joint line pain for over one year. I'm 33 yr old male triathlete. Rest and p.t didn't work.
Surgeon!: You need to see an orthopedic surgeon to have that repaired. ...Read more
I have a lot of pain in my left knee, but no swelling, fever, or discoloration. Could this be osteoarthritis? I am a 62 year old male, type 1 diabetic
Not normal: This is not normal. Consistent ankle pain can be a sign of a poorly rehabilitated ankle or a deeper underlying pathology involving the cartilage, ligaments or tendons in and around the ankle. A consultation with your local orthopedic surgeon might be warranted. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
What causes pain in joints?I'm 59 years old, male pain, peaks 12hrs.Lasts three days.No swelling, no feeling of heat in that area.Starts with a sense of stiffness.In a course of 6 weeks, has moved to hands, shoulders and hips.On a scale from 1-10 pain is
Joint : Joint pain can be caused by a variety of rheumatologic conditions. Examples are osteoarthritis, or other types of inflammatory arthritis. Viral syndromes can also cause arthritis. Some medications or supplements can even cause joint discomfort. Joint pain would definitely be something a primary care would want to know about in order to fully evaluate and treat. ...Read more
What are the possible causes of pain in ankle when walking after swelling in knee has gone down? Pain in knee still occurs also. Ongoing for 4 months.
I am physio andhave bilateral knee pain for 1 yr with effusion,some loss of articular cartilage in 3T MRI. Can rest for few days relieve symptoms and ?
Not likely: We got to address the reason for your knee arthritis. Are you overweight? If so, you got to lose weight. In addition, consider the use of cane for long distances. Stationary bike and aquatic exercises might be better way of exercising. Consider use of Tylenol (acetaminophen) and NSAID and glucosamine. Consider knee intrarticular steroid or synvisc shot which could buy you some time. If this fails, do replace ...Read more
Rheum and PMR: Hypermobility is usually best treated by an exercise program focusing on improving proprioception, dynamic control of joint movement, and aerobic capacity. There is a very limited role for surgery in most typical cases of hypermobility, especially in adults. A Rheumatologist would be helpful to rule out more worrisome causes of hypermobility and a PM&R doc could assist with symptom management. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain in foot from injury 6 mos ago. MRI report says I have a chronic avulsion fracture with associated cystic change. Does this mean I have arthritis?
Not : Necessarily. Cystic change with bone means there is some porous spots of the bone,,,,sometimes this is repairable. Arthritic changes are often not repairable without surgery. Avulsion fractures often do not occur at the joint surface (though possible) arthritis would occur if the joint cartiledge was damaged. ...Read more
I had joint fusion of my ankle following a fracture of tibia and fibia. I've been cleared to walk again, but i'm in pain w/ every step; same as b4 surgery. Is this normal?
I am 33 yrs old and referred for total right hip replacement due to severe arthritis + AVN. What level of sports and exercise can I get back post-op?
Seven months after arthroscopy for FAI in my right hip (mild symptoms; normal joint space) I have stage 4 OA. Can this be a post-op complication?
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