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My mother was diagnosed with reactive synovitis of ankle and under steroid therapy. physiotherapy will play any role in treating this condition thanx!

My mother was diagnosed with reactive synovitis of ankle and under steroid therapy. physiotherapy will play any role in treating this condition thanx!

Synovitis limited 2-: -a single joint as describe should be treated by local joint injections. My theory was no oral steroids. This exposes the entire body to the side effects of steroids, including avascular necrosis of the hip &/or shoulders, as well as osteoporosis. This is common in long term use as well as high dose bursts, but burst treatment is much safer. ...Read more

Dr. Hirenkumar Italia
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Synovitis (Definition)

The synovial membrane is the lining of a joint and synovitis is inflammation of that lining. It can cause joint pain, swelling, and stiffness. When inflamed, the lining will create excessive joint fluid, causing swelling and increased joint pressure. The lining can also become thickened and cause apparent joint enlargement. Commonly associated with ...Read more


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22 yo; chr. Lyme; reactive synovitis; + hla-b27; no nsaids/steroids! opioids no help. Echo = dense tissue inhibited compression fem. Vein; flow norm.

22 yo; chr. Lyme; reactive synovitis; + hla-b27; no nsaids/steroids!  opioids no help. Echo = dense tissue inhibited compression fem. Vein; flow norm.

Wait: What did you say? Lyme reactive synovitis occur in untreated long term lyme. It could respond to anti inflammatories and even disease modifying agents. B 27 refers to inheritance or ankylosing spondylitis or psoriatic arthritis. Not related to lyme. The other stuff makes no sense, could you elaborate? ...Read more

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What is synovitis?

Synovitis: And inflamation of the lining of the joint, could be due to many causes. If acute nsaids are the best, if chronic, check with your dr for other causes. ...Read more

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How do u treat synovitis?

How do u treat synovitis?

Several options: Synovitis is the inflammation of the synovium, which is the soft tissue lining of a joint. The various treatment options include rest, ice, anti-inflammatory meds, or some form of injection therapy. Thank you for the question. ...Read more

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What will cause synovitis?

Many things: Overuse, injury, degenerative arthritis or inflammatory arthritis like rheumatoid arthritis. If the inflamation persists see a physician for a work up. ...Read more

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What can cause synovitis?

What can  cause synovitis?

Many things: Overuse, injury, degenerative arthritis or inflammatory arthritis like rheumatoid arthritis. If the inflamation persists see a physician for a work up. ...Read more

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Do a lot of people get synovitis?

Yes: Synovitis is inflammation of the lining of a joint. It can occur as a result of injury, infection, joint degeneration, or autoimmune conditions usch as rheumatoid arthritis. Common symptoms of synovitis are joint pain, fluid accumulation in the joint, and stiffness. Treatment of symptoms includes anti-inflammatory medications or intra-articular steroid injections. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of synovitis?

Swelling: Most common presenting signs and symptoms include joint stiffness, swelling, decreased range of motion of the affected joint. Sometimes there maybe slight warmth to the touch. The is commonly pain at the end range of motion. ...Read more

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How common is it for somebody to get synovitis?

How common is it for somebody to get synovitis?

Very common: Very common. Synovitis can have multiple causes and determining the cause is the key to treatment. The most common synovitis is related to overuse and is treated intially with nsaids. ...Read more

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What tissues get inflamed when you have synovitis?

What tissues get inflamed when you have synovitis?

The synovium: The synovium is the tissue the lines joints or tendons. It provides lubrication and nutrition to the cartilage cells or tendon cells. When inflamed the do not get normal nutrition or lubrication and can lead to cartilage destruction or tendon rupture. ...Read more