Top
20
Doctor insights on: How To Do Bent Knee Hip Raises

Share
1

1
Knee sprain, can't bend knee all the way due to pain. How can I walk?

Knee sprain, can't bend knee all the way due to pain. How can I walk?

Many possibilities: Knee pain can be due to many things such as gout, infection, inflammation of the bursa, or due to tendon, cartilage, or bone abnormalities. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
2

2
I have hyperextended knees so what exercises will help hyperextended knees possibly straightening the knee?

I have hyperextended knees so what exercises will help hyperextended knees possibly straightening the knee?

Rest: Try to rest your knees and just do range of motion and stretching exercises and only low impact movement with knees ie walking - no running, jumping. Sometimes working with a physical therapist is often helpful too with recovery. ...Read more

4

4
How to strengthen my knock kneel?

How to strengthen my knock kneel?

PT evaluation: See a personal trainer and a physicial therapist. Mini-squats are an excellent way to strenghten knees. ...Read more

5

5
I can't bend or straighten my knee all the way without pain.If I sit down, it is difficult to try and straighten my leg to stand. I can't kneel either?

I can't bend or straighten my knee all the way without pain.If I sit down, it is difficult to try and straighten my leg to stand. I can't kneel either?

Many possibilities. : This could be a number of issues depending on what other symptoms you have. I would want to know if the knee is swollen, red or warm? How long have you had it? And is it all the time, or does it come and go? ...Read more

7

7
Can u suggest a leg brace to staighten my leg out?

Can u suggest a leg brace to staighten my leg out?

You need to see doc: Instead of trying to be diagnosed and trtd over the net, you need to be checked by a doc. Inability to straighten leg out, if acute, could imply a fracture. Long-term inability to straighten a leg out could indicate a contracture due to a neurological disorder. You need to go see a doc for proper diagnosis and treatment, as causes are broad. Net is not the place for this. Wrong trmnt can harm. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
8

8
What are good exercises do to strengthen previous sports injury (on knee, ankle, calf)?

What are good exercises do to strengthen previous sports injury (on knee, ankle, calf)?

Here are some: Straight leg raises wall squats single leg squat (only 45 degrees) calf raises and calf drops from a step a formal session with a physical therapist could be worth while to get you on your way previous ankle sprains need specific treatment to improve range and proprioception. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
9

9
Shows medial compartment on knee x-ray. Cannot climb stairs nor do much exercise on knees. What should I do?Thanks

Shows medial compartment on knee x-ray. Cannot climb stairs nor do much exercise on knees. What should I do?Thanks

Consider Regenexx: You might want to see the doctors in your area that perform the regenexx stem cell therapies (the original docs are in colorado). They have the most research about their treatment algorithm and often will do a phone consult with you if you live far to determine how you might fair. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
10

10
How long does it take to learn to walk with prothestics when both legs have amputated above knee?

How long does it take to learn to walk with prothestics when both legs have amputated above knee?

Variable: This can vary from weeks to months or even a year depending upon certain things including the age strength and the effort and time spent by the patient ...Read more

11

11
What can you do to walk on a dislocated knee?

What can you do to walk on a dislocated knee?

You do not: You do not walk on a dislocated knee, it not possible.I assume you are refering to a dislocated patella and in that case the use of special brace that help to keep the knee cal in place will help. ...Read more

12

12
After blow to kneecap, cannot straighten knee or bear weight? X-rays normal, how to proceed? Other symptoms: blue lower leg, pain on both sides of knee, muscle spasms when aggravating knee

After blow to kneecap, cannot straighten knee or bear weight? X-rays normal, how to proceed? Other symptoms: blue lower leg, pain on both sides of knee, muscle spasms when aggravating knee

MRI: Firstly, make sure you are evaluated by an orthopedic surgeon. Mri would probably be the best diagnostic test to evaluate your extensor mechanism and surrounding structures if the symptoms persist. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
13

13
How do you bend your knee after full leg cast?

How do you bend your knee after full leg cast?

Motion & quadstrengt: After immobilization in a cast you will be stiff and have muscular atrophy. The only good part about the cast is that it helps the injured area to heal - it makes the surrounding areas worse due to lack of use. You will need therapy to regain your motion and to gradually increase your quad and hamstring strength to be able to regain your normal activities. ...Read more

14

14
What can I do to strengthening my knee ligaments?

What can I do to strengthening my knee ligaments?

Strengthen muscles.: You can exercise the muscles around your joint to improve stability and strength. ...Read more

See 2 more doctor answers
16

16
What to do about knee pain when bending/straightening?

What to do about knee pain when bending/straightening?

See details: Have the knee evaluated to determine the cause of the pain and the treatment options. ...Read more

17

17
How long does it take for knee swelling to go down around upper knee after a hyperextended knee?

How long does it take for knee swelling to go down around upper knee after a hyperextended knee?

Knee swelling: It depends upon the amount of energy and injury-type. A quad pull or partial tear may stay swollen. A hematoma may stay swollen. A synovitis may wax and wane. Should be examined if not improved. ...Read more