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Ergonomic Kneeling Chair
I have a kneel problem for awhile now but I have noticed is that when I sit on a chair for longer period, I try to stand up, walk I feel pain on the?
Yes: Great questions. A major reason why patients do not improve is due to sitting and posture issues (even as i sit here working on the computer, i can feel myself slouching in the chair!) an ergonomic chair is excellent. ...Read more
Ergonomic chair: There is no single one that is the best. Each person is different. The best thing is to go to a store that has them on display and actually try them out. Also if you buy see what the return policy is - if it does not work out then at least you can return the chair for an exchange or refund. ...Read more
Iliotibial band: It is hard to be sure without an exam, but that sounds like a condition called iliotibial band syndrome. It's a large tendon that runs from the hip, down the outside of the thigh, and attaches just across the knee. It gets inflammed sometimes and causes these types of symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is kneeling down for a few of seconds (giving food to dog) or cleaning the floor with a jogger for 10 minutes considered a heavy work after IVF?
Activity post IVF: No need to worry. Such simple activities after IVF are okay. Just avoid heavy lifting. ...Read more
I have osgood-schlatters disease.i should almost be done growing but I still have pain and cannot kneel without pain. What is the next step for treatm?
Pain management: I have seen it get painful enough that the patients need to go on crutches and use a full leg brace to limit stress on the knees. You are correct that this should be over soon, and that is a good thing.What you may not like is the fact you may sometimes have to stop most physical activity and take anti-inflammatories like ibuprofen to manage the pain.I can't offer anything else. ...Read more
Experiencing bouts of lightheadedness; often after bending or kneeling. No BG trouble hx. Checked lately- fasting has ranged 59-74. Dr? Or Not needed?
Positional dizziness: Positional dizziness can be a sign that there is some problem with maintaining blood flow to the brain. A thorough discussion of symptoms and medical history will be needed before a physician can begin to give recommendations. Many times, symptoms occur as a medication side effect, dehydration, viral illness, diet change; but there will be clues for a physician to narrow the list. Good luck! ...Read more
Pressure/weight: The pressure applied to it from your weight pushing down on it when kneeling. An underlying condition such as arthritis may be present, which is exacerbated by kneeling as stated above. If it continues, get an eval which may include knee X-rays. Good luck to you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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How long after Fulkerson osteotomy can I have the screws removed? They are becoming painful when I kneel.
6-12 months after: This is an excellent question I get asked on a semi-routine basis from my patients. In my practice, we confirm with x-rays that the osteotomy healed. If the x-rays show healing, I prefer to leave the screws in for 12 months after surgery prior to removing them. However, I have removed the screws at 6 months after surgery if there is a compelling reason to do so, such as severe kneeling pain. ...Read more
Why do I get a large amount of pain going along the length of my right shin whenever i get up from a kneeling position?
For a few weeks now, my lower back will itch/tingle (pins & needles like) when I bend or kneel down. What can cause this?
Dry skin: What you described could be due to dry skin in winter. Try using an emollient or moisturizer liberally at night. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
Patellar pressure: I agree with dr hadied, but since you feel this when you kneel this suggests pre-patellar bursitis. This is the bursa on top of the kneecap. Sometimes this bursa can swell and even get infected. Burning is a little unusal symptom, usually it is pain. Burning could be due to an effect on the nerves around the knee. Do both knes burn, or just one side. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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