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Will be able to walk again after broken femur?

Will be able to walk again after broken femur?

Fracture femur: Once your fracture has healed and you progress with an appropriate rehabilitation program you should be able to walk. ...Read more

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Walking (Definition)

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


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Are my knee is drained will I be able to walk without the crutches & knee brace ?

Are my knee is drained will I be able to walk without the crutches & knee brace ?

Varies: It varies based upon multiple factors. If you do have a lot of fluid in your knee, there is not much question that it will dramatically better after drained. The bigger question is what caused the fluid in the first place, this will have an impact on your recovery and restrictions and also give an idea about whether of not it us likely to recur. ...Read more

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When will i be able to walk after knee replacement? How soon after knee replacement surgery will i be able to walk on my own. .

When will i be able to walk after knee replacement? How soon after knee replacement surgery will i be able to walk on my own.

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6 weeks: All depend of the surgeon protocol and what kind of total knee was done.In general you should be able to start walkink with a walker 2d day after surgery with partial wb.You could be walking on your own probably after 4 to 6 weeks. ...Read more

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Will a person be able to walk normally after knee replacement surgery?

Will a person be able to walk normally after knee replacement surgery?

Yes much better: Total knee replacement is made to reduce pain and improve function. Patients walk much better after recovering from a total knee than they did before total knee surgery. Most walk close to normal or normal once they have fully recovered. ...Read more

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Partial MCL Sprain & ACL bony avulsion 3mm. No surgery. 5 weeks. Able to walk but not able to bend because of swelling. When will the swelling go?

Partial MCL Sprain & ACL bony avulsion 3mm. No surgery. 5 weeks. Able to walk but not able to bend because of swelling.  When will the swelling go?

Eight weeks: Hi Carl62 I learned 8 weeks for full recovery from bone or tendon injury, could be less for the young and healthy (? like you). But theres also the possibility that the injury hasn't been healing (hard to avoid some strain on it) and so I would definitely check in with the practitioner who has been following your case. ...Read more

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When will I be able to walk without crutches after an ACL surgery?

When will I be able to walk without crutches after an ACL surgery?

Many surgeons allow-: -it even without a brace. it all depends on the surgeons training and experience. be sure to have it by a fellowship trained sports med orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more

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When will i be able to walk normally after meniscus surgery?

When will i be able to walk normally after meniscus surgery?

3-4 weeks: If it is simple surgery taking out tear part of the meniscus about 3-4 weeks. If you have repair of the meniscus it take longer. ...Read more

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Will ankle braces help heal the problem?

Will ankle braces help heal the problem?

Ankle brace: Possibly as the brace allows the ankle to repair itself and not strain healing ligament that need stability to heal. You may also need physical therapy . Hope that help. ...Read more

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After the blood is drained from my knee will I be able to walk without crutches & a knee brace ?

After the blood is drained from my knee will I be able to walk without crutches & a knee brace ?

Varies: If you have a large collection of blood in your knee, you will likely feel tremendously better once it is drained. But the bigger question is what exactly caused it? The specific diagnosis for that will probably tell you what will happen after your knee us aspirated. ...Read more

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Below Knee fracture.its already 2months over .still it pains .not able to walk. Will I b able to walk?

Below Knee fracture.its already 2months over .still it pains .not able to walk. Will I b able to walk?

Yes you should be: You should be able to walk again after a knee fracture. You need to work with your orthopedist and a physical therapist carefully to regain function. There is no reason that you should not be able to regain the ability to walk after a leg fracture. Good luck to you. ...Read more

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I've broken my partial denture. Will my dentist be able to repair it?

I've broken my partial denture. Will my dentist be able to repair it?

Possibly: If a partial denture breaks, and especially if you are not able to wear it, don't hesitate getting into a dentist to get it repaired. The longer you don't wear it, your remaining teeth may shift and it will not fit properly even after repairing. Also, please do not try and repair yourself. Not all partials can be repaired but most can. ...Read more

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Without physical therapy, will a torn lateral meniscus still be able to heal?

Without physical therapy, will a torn lateral meniscus still be able to heal?

Maybe: Pt does not heal the meniscal tear, the healing of the meniscus depend upon the location of the tear, peripheral tears(toward the outside)could potentially heal, teras more toward the middle of the meniscus do not heal.Either one usually require surgery.(arthoscopy). ...Read more

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Osteomyelitis diagnosis confirmed. Will remove 5th met head. How will this impact my ability to walk/hike long distances? Rehab needed?

Osteomyelitis diagnosis confirmed. Will remove 5th met head. How will this impact my ability to walk/hike long distances? Rehab needed?

Only time will tell: It depends on how much bone is removed, recurrence, healing. Ur surgeon will B able 2 address these questions as time passes. Just the surgery alone does not mean clear painless sailing. The answer will B revealed as time passes. ...Read more

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Excise (Definition)

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Patella (Definition)

Patella is a thick piece of bone, more commonly known ...Read more