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How To Break Up Scar Tissue In Shoulder
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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
Which is better for frozen shoulder? Mua w/scope scar tissue removal and release or just scope w/scar tissue removal and release
MUA: MUA, or manipulation under anaesthesia is the most patient friendly way to perform any procedure compared to the same procedure without anaesthesia. Your orthopedist may tell you he/she can assess things better without anaesthesia, but some people have a low pain threshold, and would not be very compliant in those circumstances, making the procedure difficult to impossible to do the right way ...Read more
Have lump of scar tissue size of marble at shoulder blade since shoulder injury 2 years ago. No pain to touch. Cause problem? Need to remove? How?
Have this checked: It is my advice that you have this lump checked out. It may very well be benign. However cancer can develop on scar tissue and this can generally be cured if treated properly. I suggest having a biopsy taken of the tissue for a pathological exam. Please make an appointment at a clinic to begin to follow this up. ...Read more
I've had 2 l shoulder surgeries; 4 weeks ago was last one to remove scar tissue. What can I do for the unrelenting pain/ache? Prescribed meds not help
Round Scar tissue lump at shoulder blade left after injury 2 years ago. Any harm? Need to remove? Reason for recurrent injury after simple actions?
It could be just --: -a fibrosis of a hematoma, but if it of great concern 2 you, consult a gen surgeon 4 evaluation. Lab will give U a diagnosis. ...Read more
Had 2 shoulder surgeries over 2 mo. Last one 4 weeks ago for scar tissue. Doing pt at rehab & home. Taking meds. Aching/pain unrelenting. What to do now?
Pain block: So sorry for your continued pain. Please return to your physician and ask about the possibility of a pain block. There are several types that may provide you some relief. I have seen suprascapular blocks very helpful on several occasions. Please keep in mind that every case is unique and your doctor or a pain management specialist can help guide you. ...Read more
Round Lump at tip of shoulder blade after shoulder injury. Is that scar tissue? No pain when touched. Will it cause problem? See what type of doctor?
Shoulder: Depending on what part of the shoulder blade it is located on it could be some calcification that has developed after the contusion that occurred, probably the best person to see would be a orthopedic surgeon who could further evaluate this concern, they could possibly get x-rays if indicated or obtain an MRI to make sure this is nothing more then post from attic scar tissueor calcification. Good luck ...Read more
I'm 35, was born with Congenital torticollis, had 2 surgeries at age under 5 - sholders are still dissymmetrical, scar tissue tightens neck. Surgery?
Scar tissue brachial plexus debulked surgically 2010; residual weakness, inflexibility hand, wrist; pain there now with heavy lifting. Avoid lifting?
Get re-evaluated: Find a vascular surgeon with experience in area of brachial plexus problems or thoracic outlet syndrome, as these issues are complex and often solutions can be devised. In most cases, specialized EMG studies will be needed to ascertain what is occurring, and this too will require finding an experienced clinician. ...Read more
When I get a prescription for pt to "break up scar tissue" in calf due to sports injury what does this mean?
Are you familiar with the Physical Therapy company Clear Passage that. Claims to be able to break up scar tissue lesions obstructing a small bowel.
Wurn technique: The fact that their claims are testimonial-based and they treat conditions that are likely to self-cure invites an obvious conclusion. The claims do not make sense physiologically and I would urge you to review and "natural" treatment for such health problems with a scientific, evidence-based practitioner who is required by law to be straight-up. Best wishes. ...Read more
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
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
I have scar tissue outside of my knee where I had an ACL surgey is there anyway to break that down also how can I get full range of motion back?
Yes: It does help to start massaging the scar 2-3 weeks after surgery. You can use cocoa butter, vitamin E oil, or a scar cream like mederma. It is best to massage the scar 2-3 times a day for the first 8-12 weeks. The nightly application of a self sticking silicone pad may be helpful as well. The scar creams and silicone pads can be found at most drug stores. ...Read more
Do they ever subscribe muscle relaxers after tkr! So very stiff! Scar tissue. Multiple surgeries to leg in last year plus break and 2 dislocations?
Muscle pain: Yes, they do. However, the stiffness is usually due to severe swelling that limits joint mobility causing the stiffness. The best treatment is usually icing. I usually recommend icing all day while awake, but never leave the ice on one patch of skin for longer than 15 minutes. Divide the knee into 4 quadrants (top, bottom, both sides) and move the ice to the new quadrant every 15 minutes. ...Read more
Broken neck 13 weeks ago, in a brace since. Received CT scan results today shows bone healing on one break, scar tissue on 2nd. Will I now need an op?
That's a? 4 Ur--: --spine surgeon. Only he/she can answer that. 13 wks is early, so it still may heal. But a brace does not immobilize as well as plates or screws & rods. It also depends on what was fractured, pedicals, facets, body, & the option 4 a brace is made on these factors, & how unstable the fracture is if @ all. ...Read more
Yes: Some scar tissue particularly keloid may be associated with pain. This is not completely understood but it clearly associated with inflammation because steroid injections will produce improvements in as little as 3 days. In other situations, scar tissue will entrap nerves as improvement may require surgical release. ...Read more
Excision: Scar tissue is rarely removed from sites of organ damage but rather from cutaneous areas where the scar is visible and occasionally painful. At this time it may be widely excised but to prevent recurrence a steroid can be injected into the would like Kenalog (triamcinolone) which produces a strong anti inflammatory response. ...Read more
Yes: Scar tissue is the response of tissue, skin or organ to a traumatic or inflammatory process that requires healing of the site of injury. The body repairs the damage by filling in a defect and adding strength to the site by producing a fibroblastic response ...Read more
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