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Genu And Valgum Or Knock Knee
I suppose: Genu simply knee and valgus is the deformity that means the lower part (toward the ankle) is jutting to the outside. I believe that this is the more scientific name for "knock-knees". The opposite deformity, genu varum, would be when the knees are bowed to the outside and one has the proverbial "can't catch a pig in a ditch" problem. Both problems lead to uneven loading of the knee. ...Read more
Genu valgum (knock knees) and hallux valgus (bunions) is ruining my life, i want the leg amputated; who will do it?
Can you give me recommendations for genu valgum (knocked knees) surgeons in DC, Maryland, or Virginia?
I have problem of knock knees, medically termed as genu valgum.... Due to it I am declared unfit in army..
Please tell me to recover knee knocking....
Not physically qual.: You were provided orthopedic information from the previous physician. Here is the info about knees: http://usmilitary.About.Com/od/joiningthemilitary/a/extremities2.Htm. Don't know if you are asking because you desire treatment to enable you to pass mep's evaluation. Before considering this endeavor, please be aware that corrective interventions may not render you physically qualified. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What CPOS : This way i could your question. Thank you. ...Read more
Alignment issue: You cannot cure genu valgum with exercises. This is an alignment issue. Some people, however, have increasing genu valgum over time. This is typically a result of progressive arthritis in the outer half of their knees with possible stretching on the medial (inner) collateral ligament. ...Read more
How to know if I have knock knee or genu valgum. do you think a chiropractor could fix the problem?
One in the same: Knocked knees is a slang term for genu (knee) valgum (describing the inward angulation of the knees). The opposite being bowed legs (or genu varum-- knees angled outward). Surgery alone can permanently correct either condition when indicated. Mild genu valgum or varum can be symptomatically managed with something as simple as an appropriately angle heel wedge (medial wedge for genu valgum) ...Read more
Yes.: It usually does, albeit slowly, depending upon how significant the valgus angle is. ...Read more
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