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If You Tore Your Meniscus Is It Safe To Walk On It
Your doctor may also suggest a safe exercise plan. Walking is usually the easiest type of exercise, but swimming or other low-impact exercises can work just as well. Exercise is an important way to keep blood sugar in control, and physical activity in pregnancy has been found to decrease the risk ...Read more
I think i tore my meniscus six years ago my knee was black and blue swollen and warm to the touch could barely walk on it just recently knelt on it and had a sharp pain go through it.
Doctor said i tore my mcl, but i've been able to walk with my brace on, and a couple of weeks ago my leg got swollen and stiff is it my meniscus?
I had my meniscus torn really bad, i had surgery on it in november. I'm in pt, what can I do to let my meniscus heal faster, so i can walk again.
Depends on…: Location of tear & degree of tear & types of activities u r involved in. Actions that involve rapid change of direction on weight-bearing knee can exacerbate injury. Simple walking shouldn't cause problems unless a piece of cartilage tears free (joint mouse) & catches, causing decreased range of motion. Follow up with orthopedic/sports medicine specialist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can I go to work with a possible torn meniscus? It's a restaurant so I have to be on my feet. The pain is mild and I can walk pretty well.
Yes: If pain is mild and walking causes no discomfort, standing is permissible. Try to take breaks often and elevate your leg if possible. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
Torn meniscus 7 months ago. Typically If I have surgery will I be allowed to walk on the affected leg right away? Have osteoarthritis also.
Torn meniscus x 2 lateral and cyst found after 15 mths swelling on and off mri last week dr wants operate 6 th october any alternative i can walk?
Meniscus tear: Obviously a meniscus tear is not a life-threatening condition, so one option is to observe. After 15 months of persistent pain/swelling, things are unlikely to improve, especially if there is locking/ catching of the knee. Other non-operative options include bracing, physical therapy, injections, and activity modification. These may not provide long term benefit, but could be tried before surgery ...Read more
I don't know what's wrong with my knee. It sometimes hurts to walk. It becomes stiff sometimes. But sometimes it's ok. Torn meniscus maybe? Hope not.
Knee pain: You may have a meniscus tear in your knee. This is the lining of the joint. Sometimes a little piece gets caught and causes pain and stiffness, then it releases and everything is fine. I suggest you start with seeing your regular doctor and go from there. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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