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Doctor insights on: Hamstring Release

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I need some tips on how to release hamstring muscles with massage?

I need some tips on how to release hamstring muscles with massage?

Release or relieve ?: Release means a surgical procedure for 4 very tight hamstrings usually in kids or disabled adults. Do u mean stretch hamstrings, then heat, massage followed by ice will help. Must b done in this order. If u just mean stiff hams heat massage; ice will help. Also if very sore ; stiff nsaids ; activity modification should b added. Good luck. ...Read more

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I'm having surgery for maltracking (lateral release medial pattellfemeroral reconstruction and autograft on hamstring) what should I expect?

I'm having surgery for maltracking (lateral release medial pattellfemeroral reconstruction and autograft on hamstring) what should I expect?

Bracing & therapy: Bracing is usually warranted after patellar stabilizing surgery. Physical therapy is also important to help regain motion & strength. Your surgeon will have a specific rehabilitation regimen for you to follow for the 6-12 weeks following surgery. The layerl release decreases the tethering affect on the outside of your knee, and the mpfl reconstruction prevents patellar subluxation/dislocation. ...Read more

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Coping with Nuclear or Radioactive Releases (Checklist)

Listen to instructions from the Emergency Broadcast Network
daily
if you must shelter in place, duct tape all outside doors, windows, and chimneys
once
Have a week's worth of rations, water, and iodine pills if at high risk
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Have batteries, flashlight, transistor radio, and first-aid kit handy
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Hurt hamstring. Help?

Hurt hamstring. Help?

Ice.: Ice the area several times a day. Take an over the counter anti-inflammatory medication, and initiate physical therapy. Hopefully, that should do it. ...Read more

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Hamstring pain when i jog?

Hamstring pain when i jog?

Strain.: It could be a hamstring strain, but the other thing it could be is sciatica, an irritation of the sciatic nerve. See a non surgical sports medicine specialist, who can make the diagnosis. ...Read more

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How to work out my hamstrings?

How to work out my hamstrings?

Squats: Squats, leg curls, romanian dead lifts,and nordic hamstring ...Read more

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What is the best hamstring stretch?

What is the best hamstring stretch?

Touch your toes.: The most basic hamstring stretch is to bend over and touch your toes. Hold stretches for ten seconds. ...Read more

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How difficult is it to tear your hamstring?

How difficult is it to tear your hamstring?

Hamstring Tear: At 34 it is not that difficult. Depending on your pre activity flexibility and conditioning your ability to except the loads may be compromised especially if you have a sedentary job. Hamstring injury occurs during and eccentric load on the muscle, i.e. Lengthening as it contracts to absorb load. If your muscle is not conditioned to accept the load a tear can happen during sprinting etc. ...Read more

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How do I treat "high hamstring tentinopathy"?

How do I treat "high hamstring tentinopathy"?

Tendinopathy: For almost all tendon problems, the recipe is rest, ice (within 72 hours of injury), heating pad (after 48-72 hours), stretching and/or physical therapy, and Ibuprofen (400-800 mg, 2-3 tabs otc tablets, 3 times a day. ...Read more