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How Long Can I Wait To Go Back To Gymnastics After Breaking My Ankle
Return to activity: This is touch to answer as it depends on: the type of break you had, if surgery was required, how long it takes for the break to heal, and if you have any associated weakness of the ankle. The best person to answer this would be your treating doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 12 year old daughter sprained her ankle shes not in much pain now so when can she be able to go back to gymnastics should she just wear her brace?
My 12 year old daughter sprained her ankle it's a grade 1 sprain when should she be able to go back to gymnastics should she just wear her brace?
D/W treating doctor: Please discuss this with your treating physician. This is something that a panelist can clear you for. ...Read more
What is the process of getting surgery for Anterior Ankle Impingement? How long would someone be out of intense sports like gymnastics?
ANKLES AWAY!: Recovery will involve physical therapy. Debridement surgery is most common. Recovery generally rapid; return to normal activity typically 4-6wks-- add 2-4wks for return to high-performance sports. Excision of the os trigonum (posterior impingement surgery); slower process; physical therapy 2-3 months+; Full recovery 6 months+. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Only 4 rheumatologist orthopedic have acquired hypermobility in ankles/knee joints from past- dance or gymnastics, can hypermobility spread 2 spine?
No: Hyper mobility is a result of ligamentous laxity which is a result of ur genetic makeup. It therefore can potentially be present at any joint, even if the symptoms/sequelae do not present all at the same time. Therefore, the laxity is a condition inherent to each joint ; does not "spread" like an infection or cancer. ...Read more
Have acquired hypermobility in ankles/knee joints from past dance or gymnastics can lead to hypermobility of spine? Only 4 rheumatologist orthopedic
In gymnastics i landed a tumbling pass with my right foot twisted outward. What could that have done? The longer i stand the worse it gets.
Twisted foot/ankle: Is possible that you might have torn or injured a ligament or tendon. These should not be home remedy treated. The lack of improvement and increasing pain with standing indicate this injury needs a proper evaluation by a podiatrist. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
At gymnastics training last night she fell on her ankle in a strange way. This morning she was complaining of pain on pressure. Is taping sensible ?
Have had ankle impingement for 5 months. Can't do gymnastics. What are my options for a fast recovery? I already know rest, ice & NSAIDS
Go to podiatrist: A podiatrist would be able to examine your feet and determine if the motion in the ball of the foot is creating more pressure at the metatarsals. If so, there are padding/strapping that can be applied to your foot while training that can help with this. ...Read more
I've had foot pain along the left side of my right foot for 3 weeks now, it just came on quite bad, when I was vaulting at gymnastics, it's causing me to get sad and upset as I can't do tumbling or vaulting bc of it, should I get it checked out?
I landed awkwardly at gymnastics yesterday and now I have constant pain in my foot. I have limited motion and can't move my toes fully. What is wrong?
It could be broken: See a doctor for x-rays and evaluation before things get worse. ...Read more
My niece went into the hospital with a leg injury from gymnastics a week later she is starting to act like the excorsist talking to people who arent t?
Medications: What medications is she on? It can be a side effect. ...Read more
How long before two broke bones in a 10 year old arm will heal to go back to dancing and gymnastics?
Yes: Once you are asymptomatic you can return to all activities. Exercise is of great benefit in terms of minimizing back pain and any recurrence of a disc herniation. You may have had back pain that may have been unrelated to the disc herniations seen on imaging as this becomes a fmore frequent incidental finding as we age even in people with no back pain. ...Read more
YES, BUT once the Ms: has healed and fully recovered and got stronger, with proper treatment and Therapy. See an Orthopod and be treated till healed. GOOD LUCK. ...Read more
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