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Is 90 minutes of intense jogging a week too much? I do half uphill and half down hill I went from doing 75 minutes to 108 now 90 which is best?
Obsession: I am not sure what it is about this 90 minute exercise that you seem obsessed about. First, that is a very good effort. It is not enough exercise in a week...One should have regular exercise to maintain cardiovascular health. But, there is no magic about 90 minutes of exercise. I am not sure why you keep bringing this to this forum. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on the size and if there's instability. If the instability is the result of a large humeral head defect, there is a technique of filling the defect with soft tissue called a remplissage. If the instability is due to the front of the socket (bankart lesion), a bone block can be transferred to the anterior glenoid to create stability. ...Read more
Lower body strength: Going up and down hills is a terrific way to build up the major muscle groups in the legs and buttocks. It is also a fine cardiovascular exercise. Athletes commonly are asked to run up and down the stairs in stadiums to provide this extra boost rather than just running on the flat. ...Read more
Same as running: Running and walking up and down hills (if repetitive) places a lot of stress on the knees, back, legs and feet. There is a process where the body will acclimate and tolerate the hills as you train more, but rest between workout days is recommended and not do too many hill workouts per week. ...Read more
??????????????: We can better assess a question if you provide more background information. Forgive my ignorance but what do you mean by "hill station" and why would it be a concern? ...Read more
I need a mammogram. Can you refer me to a provider? The Beverly Hills area is good for me. Thank you.
Inexpensive invisalign in beverly hills? I really need invisalign, but I don't have insurance and can't really afford it
Walking up hill on my walks puts stress on my lower back and it hurts for a few days, what can I do?
Modification: Reinforce your arches and new balance shoe gear ...Read more
Her breathing suddently stopped after climbing steps or reaching a small hill. If she continue her breathing after pressing her chest?
Slipped and fell down a hill yesterday. Back on left side is killing me (mid and lower) as well as my shoulder. Not sure what to do.?
Injuries: Injuries were probably contusions and strained muscles best treated with rest and cold applications for 48 hours followed by Heat applications and liniment. Nsaid like ibuprofen, if you can take them, help relieve associated pain and inflammation. If symptoms don't improve or worsen, see your physician. ...Read more
I have patellaformal pain syndrome. I had therapy for awhile and it was good after that. It just went down hill. I don't know what to do help.?
You R a minor!:
U need 2 speak 2 Ur parents & talk this over with the! U do need an answer tho. PFSS (patello-femoral stress syndrome) needs eval by a fellowship trained sports medicine orthopedic surgeon. Options R PT, bracing, soft tissue realignment, & poo. Boney realignment after your proximal tibial growth plate (epiphisis) closes. Otherwise bone procedure well affect growth. Good luck.
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I have a Bankhart Lesion, as well as Hill~ Sach deformity w/ tear of inferior & anterior inferior glenoid labrum 2 years! Can it be fixed now?
Orthopod: Your orthopedic surgeon, after careful physical exam and radiographic findings is the only one who can evaluate your situation. ...Read more
How common is depression that's related to getting older? I.e., feeling "over the hill". Are there any good online resources for more info on this?
Aging and depression: It is very common to evaluate one's life when you are nearing milestones. Turning 40 is difficult for many people, but it can be a positive time of life if you take steps to stay physically active and healthy. Get a physical checkup, then establish a regular exercise plan. Eat healthy, quit smoking, spend time with friends, and challenge your mind. Try AARP. Org online or WebMD. Com ...Read more
I went tobogganing on the children's hill but now I wonder if I shouldn't have. What could it do to the baby! I was 15-17 weeks. Can't remember exact?
May be callus: Many things can cause calluses. Some reasons that one may develop a callus include: viral infections (warts), friction, pressure, repedetive trauma, and a limitation of joint motion. Some genetic conditions may also cause people to develop calluses on the hands and the feet. Treatment depends on the cause of the problem. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Don't understand the: Question. How do U feel mint, U smell it when U walk in it, or eat it. ...Read more
Possible disc issue: When you ride a bike up hill, one usually has to lean forward and also pedal harder, both of which put more pressure on your discs. You may have a subtle problem with the discs in your back. Don't hesitate to be seen if it gets worse. ...Read more
I just ran up a hill and then 2 blocks and I am having so much trouble breathing, what should I do to train?
Alternate walk/run: Week 1: walk 30 minutes mwf, week 2: walk 5", run 30 sec, walk 2", repeat for a total of 30". Week 3: walk 5", run1", walk 2"-repeat total 30". Week 4: walk 5", run1.5", walk 1.5"-repeat total 30". Week 5: walk 5", run 2", walk 1"-repeat total 30". Continue this pattern, you'll be amazed and how quickly you build endurance. ...Read more
I was walking down a steep hill and all of a sudden I got a pain n my right side I also got a sting on my back the same day?
See below: If you are still symptomatic then see your doctor. ...Read more
My left leg hill pain since this summer and sometimes whole left leg feel a kind of rheumatism. Is there any solution? Thank you
Get it evaluated: Your description is difficult to interpret but this chronic leg pain needs to be evaluated by a doctor. ...Read more
Recently iam opraeted umbilical hernia. Plz. Sugeest type of exercise. Runing &jogging, cycling, hill work out best or what.?
Wait at least 8 wks: Returning to activity after umbilical hernia repair, depends on the size of the hernia and how it was repaired, any complicating medical conditions that you have or medications that you take, and your surgeon's preference. Usually gradual return to regular activity is allowed after 8 weeks, but may be longer if there are any complicating factors. More rigorous activities are allowed as tolerated. ...Read more