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Mini Trampoline Disadvantages
I have bad knees and was wondering if rebounding (exercising on a mini trampoline) is a good or bad exercise for that?
Not proven: Rebounding trampolines have been advocated from making your vision better, glaucoma better, aligning the eyes to reducing migraines by movement of cerebrospinal fluid since wwii. But all are personal and scattered reports. But there is scientific data from nasa that showed it is a much better way of exercising for heart & body than treadmill and jogging. Certainly it won't hurt the eyes. ...Read more
Can I still do flips on. Trampoline with possible slipped disc in my neck as well as like a small soft Crack at the bottom of my neck? I did front flip I was just wondering
Best not too: Very dangerous thing todo with a normal neck. Better not chance permanent damage. If you land wrong you may have problems play it safe stay away from a trampoline! ...Read more
My son fell off a small trampoline and landed knee first he has a bump on his knee an he keeps complaining it hurts. Could it be a bone contusion?
Yes and no.:
In general they are responsible for lots of injuries. Officilly the aap is against them because of thatnhigh injury risk. But if a high quality trampoline with quality sides is used with god supervision and rules then the could be safe. Limit to 1-2 kids at once. Never allow flips. And use a trampoline with quality sides so that kids cannot fall off.
Those rules prevent most injuries. ...Read more
Of the trampoline. The AAP recommends you not have one due to the serious injuries associated even with careful use. Please see the following link for details http://www. Healthychildren. Org/English/safety-prevention/at-play/Pages/Trampolines-What-You-Need-to-Know. Aspx
Common injuries include:
Broken bones (Sometimes surgery is needed.)
Concussions and other head injuries
Bruises, scrapes, and cuts
Head and neck injuries (which can lead to permanent paralysis or death) ...Read more
I'm having lower back pains when I move in certain directions I noticed the pain after I went with my friends to a cheer gym and jumped on the trampolines
You are likely dealing with musculoskeletal pain from the physical activity you engaged in. The pain should subside in a week or two. In the meantime take advil (ibuprofen) or Ibuprofen every six to eight hours as needed for pain. Rest as much as possible. You can also try a heating pad to the affected area. If you develop numbness, tingling, or shooting pain see your doctor right away.
Take care. ...Read more
There are some: Cardiovascular and musculoskeletal benefits.Get a more detailed answer ›
Hanging on?: Are you hanging on to anything for balance? Otherwise I doubt the two are related. ...Read more
Question not clear: Please clarify what you mean by trampoline ...Read more
Bought exercise trampoline, but it has warning saying "product contains chemicals known in state of CA to cause cancer, etc." Is it unsafe to use?
Hi I did a seat drop on a trampoline a couple of months ago which really hurt my tailbone but I thought nothing of it but it really hurts when I sit?
Tail bone pain: Need to be evaluated for a possible non healing fracture of the coccyx (tailbone.) ...Read more
I was just at a trampoline place and hurt my anus on a landing, at first pain lasted only 5 mins but when I got home and wiped it was bleeding. Help?
Pain: now bleeding: Put cold ice packs on area and consult with us asap determine if you need an X-ray or ER visit. ...Read more
Supervised: Trampolines are a lot of fun. However, many children and adults get hurt on them. Many trampolines have safety nets surrounding them which limit the chance of falling off. Another safety precaution is to only allow one person on the trampoline at a time. Depending on the kids age and safety precautions made, adult supervision should be a given in order to limit chance of injury. ...Read more
Depends.: Like any fall, it depends on how you feel afterwards. If you are unconscious and can't move or breath, then the worst happened and you broke your neck. This is unlikely. If you have no pain, then you are fine. If you have pain, and it is severe, or you are confused or vomiting, of course, don't move and call 911. Otherwise, if you have minor pain, like past wipe-outs, then rest, ice, Tylenol ...Read more
What can I do if my toenail ripped off whilst I fell off the trampoline, how long does it take to grow back?
1 year: If you tore off the entire toenail. ...Read more
How long should I wait after recovering from a broken leg before going back on a professional trampoline, if ever?
See your physician: This question really needs to be answered by your treating surgeon, because the answer depends on the location of the break, the severity of the break, the treatment that was done, and any complications. Best wishes. ...Read more
I went jumping at a trampoline park today and did a few flips and jumped in pit now my shoulder hurts on the side about-2-3 inches down?
Nor surprising: I would expect you to be sore after a fall on your shoulder. That is normal. Now, if you have some limitation of movement of your shoulder, or reduced range of motion, you might be smart to be seen and evaluated. Also, if you have shortness of breath you need to be seen, sooner than later. But, you are probably fine. Take Aspirin or ibuprofen, apply some ice. Good luck. ...Read more
My teenage daughter has been getting frequent headaches for the past 5 months. She also gets one every time she jumps on the trampoline.?
Frequent headaches: Your daughter may be developing migraines. See a neurologist for conformation ...Read more
I had a spinal fusion last april my question is it ok for me to go on a trampoline? During my post exam 4/24 dr said my back healed very well
Is it possible to DMG lower back (couple of inches above waist) by falling on hard edge of trampoline and what does that part of body control/paralyze?
Strain vs fracture: You should have a physical evaluation and xrays to determine if there is a fracture. No neurologic symptoms is a good sign... ...Read more
If I have a Vp shunt would that be ok to jump on a trampoline im scared of pulling it out or doing something to it?
Never tried it!: I doubt it. Seems like a strange way to try to clear your sinuses, which I believe would be highly unpredictable. Try a simple nasal saline spray from the pharmacy. If you still experience problems, see an ear, nose, and throat specialist to evaluate your sinuses further. ...Read more
Perhaps not: This is an important conversation for you to have with your son's pediatric cardiologist. Children and adolescents with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy have a significant, important risk of sudden death with exercise. Activity levels and limits should be carefully explored with your son's pediatric cardiologists. ...Read more
What does a Sharp pain when leg is extended mean? Leg was hit with other leg while jumping on trampoline.
More info needed: More information is needed about the location of the leg pain. Your injury appears to be a muscle contusion where it was struck. Another possibility is a leg muscle strain or a sprained ankle or knee. Extending the leg may aggravate all these injuries. Treat with rest, cold applications on and off for two days and then switch to intermittent heat. Advil or Aleve (naproxen) may help. See your MD as needed. ...Read more
I'm only 13 years old and I just got off of my trampoline with a wrenching pain in my chest. I've been drinking water but it still hurts. Help?
Chest pain: The most likely problem is an acute strain of the muscles of the rib cage. This would be associated with increased pain on motions and probably tenderness at the site of the injury. Treatment would be rest, Tylenol but, if you can take them, anti-inflammatory medications like Advil or Aleve should help. See your physician if pain remains severe or if you have shortness of breath. ...Read more
I landed on my neck doing a backflip on a trampoline 2 months ago. Now it doesn't hurt but when I bend my head backwards it hurts a little. Why?
Muscle tightned: It seems you need to work up on stretching your neck muscles as they have tightened up. ...Read more
We just got a trampoline and the first day my 12 yr old son was fine. Jumped for about an hour. Then on the second day (the next day) his chest hurt.?
Today was walking through my school, all of a sudden it feels like I'm going to passout, I start shaking it feels like I'm walking on a trampoline!?
Maybe hypoglycemia: The first thing I thought of when I read the question was hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar. Have good meals with the appropriate amount of calories. Keep some m&m's on hand in case this happens again. The chocolate and sugars will get into your blood stream quickly. If they let you carry a water bottle around school, fill it with orange juice instead. If this is not your case, see a doctor. ...Read more
Ice: Use ice initially. If the pain persists, have the knee evaluated. ...Read more
Depends: Of course the simple answer, don't jump on trampoline! If it is recent, often moist heat, antiinflammatories, rest can help. If it persists, may need to be seen just to make sure nothing more serious has happened. Thank you for the question. ...Read more
Costochondritis: It's possible you have costochondritis, which is inflammation of the chest wall. This often occurs after straining or exercise. If the location of pain hurts more when you push on it, then this is almost certainly what it is. The treatment is rest & ibuprofen. If this doesn't help or your symptoms worsen (fast, difficult breathing, wheezing, increased pain), you should seek immediate attention ...Read more
Feel like walking on trampoline. There's no spinning or moving of the environment. Nueroligical test fine. Blood work good. What could be cause?
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Last week I jumped on a trampoline for 15 min, ever since my thighs hurt badly, and I can barely walk up and down stairs. What could be the cause?
Overuse pain: The use of muscles in your thighs during sustained trampoline use likely caused some microscopic tearing of muscle fibers. This is often not evident at the time, but the bodies response will bring out pain that often peaks around day three and does not completely subside for a week or two. Doing muscle stretches before such an event or building up time of use can decrease this effect in the future. ...Read more
I believe I've recently had the wind knocked out of me by doing flips on a trampoline. I have upper back/chest pain even a few hours later. Normal?
Trauma pain: Depending on the Energy off impact and Deceleration you may have sustained soft tissue and or musculoskeletal Injury. If pain is severe or persistent you should be physically examined ...Read more