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Kind Will Cause Sesamoiditis
Sesamoiditis is an inflammation of bones identified as sesamoid or sesame seed shaped bones. These are small bones found in several areas of the foot. The ones generally associated with sesamoiditis are found embedded in a tendon that helps flex the big toe downward. They are ball of the foot just under ...Read more
Epicondilytis: Suggest injury to the ligament that attaches to that bone. Is a very common injury that is aided by rest, ice supportive devices and topical anti-inflammatory ointments. Once is all healed, specific strength program for forearms may keep you from reinjuring. ...Read more
Corset issues...: Think of your body as a balloon like the long ones people make animals out of. If you squeeze and tighten one section, the stuff (air in a balloon, all sorts of stuff in a human) being squeezed must pop out in a different section of the balloon or the body. Where else would all the stuff go? Abdominal muscles are vital to supporting the back and abdomen. A corset interferes with abdominal muscles. ...Read more
Yes: Yes, but i would need to know what type of ankle injury. ...Read more
How soon after an injury/fracture could you see traumatic arthritis? How will it show on xrays/ct? Is the pain caused similar to synovitus?
What joint?: Traumatic arthritis can occur after intraarticular fractures esp.@ the wrist, knee, elbow and other joints. Not sure which joint but it usually takes @ least a year or longer for post- traumatic changes to become apparent on x-ray . The more signifigant the intraarticular fracture esp. W/older age and lack of adequate reduction, the better chance of it developing. Good luck! ...Read more
Can certain foods really cause or reduce inflammation in the body? If so, how and could it relieve for example joint pain?
Inflammation: Whether infectious or not an come from being stuck in a finger. A reaction to the plants chemistry or in cases infection from the skin a typical bacteria or rarer such as sporotrichosis from a rose thorn can present with similar symptoms but the time frame may be different as fungal infections like sporotrichosis take weeks to worsen bottom line swollen finger after puncture? Seek attention asap. ...Read more
Almost anything...: The hands are very often injured because they are our connection to the outside world. Symptoms and signs of hand fractures include pain, deformity, point tenderness, swelling. They can be caused by direct blows to the hand, twisting injuries, and crush injuries. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There is a lump or swelling on the eyebrow bone. No physical impact there. How can I reduce the swelling or how can I get rid of it?
?: Where is it ? Both heat and ice can help eccentric exsrcises seem to help if it is an extremity then wrap with plastic wrap at bedtime to keep body heat in this is an old horse trianer trick and it works very well frequently. ...Read more
Corns: Corns can be formed from several different reasons. Most common is from friction or increase pressure points. Make sure to evaluate your shoes. Old shoes need to be replaced. I recommend seeing a podiatrist who can help with different treatment options including prescription ointments to custom orthotics. Don't let them go to long without care, they can lead to ulcers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many things: Most commonly heel spur syndrome/plantar fasciitis. Could also be a stress fracture or nerve entrapment or trauma or an arthritity. Could even be a corn, wart or foreign body such as splinter or glass. If it persists see a podiatrist. Examine area, try supportive shoes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Often by excision: Fibroma of tendon sheath is benign presenting as a small subcutaneous nodule slowly increasing in size. It may be seen in a multinodular growth pattern,composed of bland,, spindle-shaped cells (myofibroblasts) in a dense, fibrous matrix. It nearly always arises in the distal portion of an extremity While benign, recurrence appears in up to 40% of case. Excision used to relieve symptoms but may be difficult due to adherence to tendon. ...Read more
Nothing: A true heel fracture (calcaneal fracture) is relatively rare, in terms of overall foot/ankle fractures. Most commonly, they occur after a fall from height (ladder, or jumping from height of 5-6') or car accident. Is this the type of injury you meant? They are quite painful and very serious injuries which should be evaluated immediately. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer