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Limited Joint Mobility
A moving experience.: Limited joint mobility is a reduction, to some degree, of a joint's normal range of movement. ...Read more
High sugars attach : To various proteins in cells, connective tissues and that affects their function, making them less flexible/ stiff. ...Read more
Can platelet rich plasma therapy restores the full mobility of joints as I have limited mobility in joints, don't have joints pain as of now, have ra.
I hv limited mobility(60%)in all joints, joints pain hv gone in joints from past6yrs , is this fibrous ankylosis stage?Any surgery method to restore it?
Rheumatologist: If you have not already seen a rheumatologist for your problems, then i strongly suggest that as a next step for you. It is hard to give an accurate answer without a physical exam and a full history of your problems and lab tests and x-rays. You need an accurate diagnosis to know your treatment options. ...Read more
Sprained my finger a week ago. Swelling in knuckle joint and pain experienced when moving it. Limited mobility. I have it buddy tape. Any suggestions?
R/O Ligament vs. Fx.: How did this injury occur? Which finger is involved? Since you buddy taped it, it is most likely the long or ring or little fingers. An x ray needs to be done to rule out a chip fracture. Treatment of choice is often ice 20 min. on/ 20 min. off to decrease swelling. Elevation& Warm soaks followed by ice to decrease swelling and inflammation. Motrin or Advil (ibuprofen) may help. No gripping See a Hand surgeon ...Read more
Is it possible that a really severe ankle sprain or slight bone fracture cause bone displacement in the ankle joint. And thus limit mobility?
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