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Foot Trauma In Children
Can a full body impact trauma,cause over active bladder?& collapsed foot? What effects can full body impact truma cause?
Here are some...: OAB has been common and its underlying causes are unclear for most cases. As to if high-impact body truama induces OAB, it remains unknown, but high impact (that is high acceleration or deceleration) may shatter all tissues including muscles, joints, and nerve fibers, from which it may potential leave behind its lingering effect. Analyzing the sequence of event & physical exam will help elucidate. ...Read more
What can cause extreme pain in my foot with no physical injury? Feels like a bowlingball was dropped on it with no visible trauma.
Foot is puffy near the malleolus, no pain except if I push the area near the tendon which is quite brim but has a normal color. no trauma.
Tendinitis perhaps: always hard to tell without actually examining it, but a overuse type of tendinitis can occur due to repetitive motion or sudden increase in intensity of a motion in a body part not used to it. General trwatment is ice 15-20 min 3 times a day and NSAIDs. Decrease your amount or intensity of activity, and if not improving after a few days to a week, see your doctor. ...Read more
Possibly: The relationship of trauma to the onset of fm is a hotly debated subject. Imo, it can seemingly occur after modest trauma. ...Read more
RSD: After trauma to a lower extremity, a condition called rsd may develop. Rsd is known as reflex sympathetic dystrophy. It can lead to a painful, cold limb. Fibromyalgia is a condition affecting more than one region. Fibromyalgia is a disorder characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain accompanied by fatigue, sleep, memory and mood issues. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Have had tibia fibula and calcaneum trauma . Reconstruction has left me with twisted foot. Is this normal.
I have vibration in my left foot, no trauma to foot. could it be from sitting too much where i get back pain occasionally? i sit 12h a day at work
Pinched nerve: Sounds like you may have a pinched nerve in the back Often patients will develop numbness, tingling, and pain that radiates from the back down the leg. Depending on the nerve that is pinched, it will affect different parts of the leg. Over time, weakness may develop as well. I would recommend getting it checked out. You may need an EMG and/or MRI ...Read more
My foot started to ache in the arch area while I'm walking and it feels like something is being stretched. I had no traumas. What could it be?
Plantar fascitiis: Try an arch support.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have a hard bone like knot on top my foot below the ancle. It doesn't hurt and don't move no trauma .I've had it there maybe 2 years. what is it?
EXOSTOSES: (bony "bump"s) are very common on the foot ( the most common place is the heel (Heel "spur" Unless it causes a problem..(shoe fitting etc) IGNORE it! Hope this is helpful Dr Z ...Read more
Is it possible to have compartment syndrome in medial compartment of foot w/o trauma? Tested w/ stryker needle. +cs pressure of 41 (starting at 125)
Yes: Trauma is not the only reason a foot could swell, though likely the most common to cause the compartment syndrome. With the reading obtained if accurate this would signify elevated reassure consistent with compartment syndrome. Clinical exam should help guide therapy. The two docs should come to a consensus or ask for a weird opinion. ...Read more
Middle toe on 1 foot is swollen and hurts when i curl it (feels like a rock is under it). When unbent feels fine, all other toes are fine. No trauma?
Possible tendonitis: You may have a flexor tendonitis. If there are no color or temperature changes to the toe: ice it for about 10 minutes 3 times a day. Try taping it to the 4th toe to help reduce movement and wear shoes with a rigid sole. The less you move the toe the better it should feel and faster it should feel better. Icing will reduce inflammation and help with pain. ...Read more
I am normally healthy but after recent trauma to my foot (10 stitches to top of my foot) I have swollen foot after short time. What can I do?
See your Dr: Swelling is normal after any injury. Try elevating the foot & taking Motrin if medically allowed. If there is increased pain, redness, warmth, or purulent drainage from the wound, you might have an infection in which case you should see your dr as soon as possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain on lateral side of foot, under malleolus and along cuboid and 5th metatarsal. Manifested spontaneously (no trauma), and worsened over 3 days.?
I have unbearable pain on the heel of my right foot especially when I weight bear on it. Not trauma related. Been there for 3 months. Daily pain but foot feels better when elevated and rested. Releived also with anti inflammatories.
Several possibilities: It may not be due to trauma in the strictest sense, but could be the consequence of micro trauma due to overuse. This would be consistent with plantar fasciitis and or periostitis. Your symptoms are also suggestive of a gouty heel. To remove all doubt have a specialist begin a series of tests to get to the root cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer