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How Long Knee Injuries Take To Heal
A knee injury is a condition in which a person has a bruise, sprain, cut, or fracture in his knee. Fractures can be just cracks in a bone, or they can be displaced fractures, with the broken pieces out of place. Bruises appear with swelling, pain, and redness. Sprains occur in a joint that has been moved too ...Read more
Knee injuries: Depends upon the location and extent (the personality) of the injury. Meniscal tears and full thickness acl tears don't heal on their own, and may need surgery. Sprains and strains are usually short-lived, such as 2-6 weeks.Fractures may or may not require surgery, rehab, etc. ...Read more
After few knee injuries on same knee, ligaments have shortened (no japanese style seating), can yoga practice lenghthen the ligaments to heal the knee?
Knee stiffness post: Scar formation occurs to the detriment of the healing process. Hence many times we lose flexibility within the joints esp.the knee and shoulder.Any consistent practice which emphasizes careful stretching ( like yoga) can improve ones joint mobility. Bear in mind that this may require 9- 12 months to achieve this, ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Some are, some not: Depending on the nature of the injury, severity (grade) and location often determines how bad the injury is. Some can be devastating, causing elimination from a lot of strenuous activity once repaired and healed. Other injuries can be minor and heal without restrictions needing to be placed. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Knee injury: Most common are sprain ,strains of supporting structures such as the muscles, tendons (structure which attaches muscle to bone) ,ligaments (structure which connects bone to bone). , contusions which are bruises of the bones . Most of these can be treated with conservative measures , ice ,rest, compression, gentle exercise. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Here!: Most knee injuries have some degree of quad inhibition or quad weakness. It often causes more pain and difficulty in the inner part of the knee than the injury itself. You can improve the situation by strengthening the quad muscles. Exercises like straight leg raises, stationary bicycle, and slow stair-walking will not harm the knee and can relieve hamstring tendonitis and pain. ...Read more
Unable to answer: Unable to answer without further information regarding your condition. ...Read more
Difficult to answer : This question, unfortunately, can not be simply answered in the space allowed here. There are many types of knee injuries affecting bone, ligaments, cartilage, tendons, blood vessels and the lining of the knee. Determining the cause requires training and experience and a variety of possible testing modalities like x-ray, mri, ct and ultrasound. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Knee injuries: The types of knee injury do not really differ between adults and children (mostly ligament sprains or ruptures). The ability to heal and recover without surgery are much better in children. Adults healing course and symptoms will be altered by the amount of degenerative arthritis they have, which is something children don't have. Adults are more likely to get swelling ("water") on the knee. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sprain, strain, tear: Knee sprains, muscles strains and tears of the internal cartilage/meniscus are the most common knee injuries. The medial collateral ligament (mcl) is the most commonly sprained ligament. The hamstrings are the most strained muscle group, and the meniscus and articular cartilage can often sustain tears that require arthroscopy intervention (surgery). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hummmmm?: Sprains and strains usually recover well. When there is cartilage damage, bony damage & ligamentous interruption, there is usually some degree of permanent impairment. That is not to say one doesn't recover and go on to perform at high levels, but there is a degree of permanent damage. Fully recover? Most like most. It will depend on the overall severity of injury and repair needed & rendered. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After standing with locked-out knees for more than 1.5 hours, knee bit swelled and feels strange. No previous knee injuries or problems.
Meniscus: You may have a small meniscus tear. that excessive load for that long maybe aggravated it. Sometimes it aggravation can be in the results for enlarging the tear. If it comes back see in orthopedic surgeon if it doesn't don't worry about it ...Read more
See below: Strengthen the surrounding muscles of the knee as well as you can. This will help keep the ligaments in place due to the increased muscle tone surround the knee. Don't over extend your capabilities, warm up thoroughly and stretch, stretch and stretch prior to activity. Obviously, the older you are, the longer this may take but the benefits are far reaching, . ...Read more
Yes it could: You have to have injury to the growth plate. ...Read more
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