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How To Break Up Scar Tissue In Knee
The body is composed of tissue that are classically described as beiing derived from three basic embyonic layers known as the endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm that then differentiate into the structures that compose the body such as skin, soft tissues, bone, muscle, organs, etc. Stem cells are not differentiated and have the potential to ...Read more
How long does it take for the body to build up scar tissue around breast clip? Dr said scar tissue usually forms especially if area was breast tissue.
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Having surgery to remove scar tissue behind kneecap to relieve pain.Will scar tissue build back up since it's likely due to kc tracking to outside?
Joint scar tissue: This can be a difficult problem depending on the cause. Your best best would first be to see a certified hand surgeon for evaluation as to the cause and then recommendations can be made. If you have stiffness from arthritis you may need medication or surgery but if it's scarring from surgery you probably need to see a special hand physical/occupational therapist for exercises. ...Read more
When i get a prescription for pt to "break up scar tissue" in calf due to sports injury what does this mean?
How often is scar tissue removed from the knee? I have a hard time to bear weight on the leg because of pain can scar tissue mimic a displacement?
Time for MRI: Repeated injury will not necessarily help but when performed for the proper indications in a individual with functional impairment, scar tissue removal followed by a supervised course of physical therapy can help. It's probably best at this poi t for you to obtain an MRI from an orthopedic surgeon specializing in knee disorders. ...Read more
Should I expect pain 3 weeks after arthoscopic procedure to remove cartilage and drilling of holes to enable scar tissue to form due to bone on bone?
Seems reasonable: but your pain should be improving daily if you are experiencing worsening of pain then you should follow up with you r surgeon to make sure that nothing else is going on ...Read more
Attempts to Repair: Scar tissue results from your body's natural attempts to repair damage from injuries. Immobility may increase this, and physical therapy may be needed to counteract it. Your info indicates you've had some surgical procedures already, so your surgeon would be the best person to ask about your case. ...Read more
Scar tissue therapy: There are a variety of techniques therapists use for breaking apart scarring. Typically, a therapist will work a little beyond your comfort zone every session to achieve maximum benefits. Ask them to give you exercises to do on your own to assist in removing scar tissue and improve your recovery! ...Read more
Is degenerative in the knee the same as scar tissue? I really need to know ifit is worth having scar tissue removal in the knee? Please help
Degenerative Joints: Degenerative joints are joints that are wearing out. The cause can range from normal wear-and-tear to injury or arthritis. The normal response to any injury is the formation of scar tissue. This includes the injury from surgery. When the benefits of the surgery outweight the risks, then the surgery is worth having, . ...Read more
How long do it take for the scar tissue to breakup and dissolve. After arthroscopic knee surgery on the minicus?
Is scar tissue white on a mri? Is scar tissue the same as degenerative joint? Please help and explain is it safe to have scar tissue removed from knee
Please see: Please see your orthopedist and ask will this really help you. That's what is most important. If it's not going to help then don't do it. ...Read more
What happens to a torn loose piece of meniscus in the knee? Does it get broken down and reabsorbed by the body?
Possibly: Theoretically yes, but a true loose body within the knee generally warrants surgical consideration, to minimize the potential damage that a loose body can cause to the joint. Much more common is a meniscus tear without a loose body - these will often heal with conservative treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How long does it take for all the soft tissue to heal after surgery to repair broken tibia plateau?
Depends: This depends on many factors, including the severity of the fracture, the extent and type of surgery that was done, as well as any co-existing medical conditions such as diabetes, smoking, etc. For a healthy patient with no other medical problems, the soft tissues should largely heal within a couple of weeks. Your doctor will likely follow you closely to keep an eye on your healing. ...Read more
Is there a way to treat internal scar tissue that has built up around the knee joint? I believe the scar tissue is causing pressure resulting in pain.
Not certain: I am not certain as to what caused the internal scar in your case. It doesn't form on its own. If you had surgery on your knee, you may have some scarring on the skin, but that rarely causes any problems. Scarring inside of the knee joint is not a common problem after surgery and is usually not a cause of pain. Arthritis or impaired mechanics due to knee problem is the cause of it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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