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Remedies For Crunching Sound
Probably no worries: "crunching sounds" when moving or stretching joints are not bone-on-bone in the vast majority of cases. It is simply joint fluid passing from one compartment to another.It is important to stretch all joints, not just your back, to keep you flexible. Arthritis is an inflammatory condition that has a lot to do w/how well your nutrition, exercise and coping skills are doing. Speak with your dr. ...Read more
Let me help: You surface of the or the surface of the thigh bone is rough due to some kind injury, which made rough instead being smooth, this why the noise coming from. ...Read more
No: See your dentist to evaluate this.Get a more detailed answer ›
I bent over and heard a crunching sound in my lower back and now it aches. It sounded like someone stepped on cereal should I see a dr?
It depends... : Local heat, light regular activity, OTC pain medicines like naproxen, ibuprofen or acetaminophen - start with them. If not improving in 48-72 hours, your work requires lifting & bending, or the back pain radiates down to lower leg or foot, then see your doctor. Hope that helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Every time I swing my arm or pull heavy weights it my arm makes a crunching sound and pulls out of socket . What do you think May be the cause?
Hypermobility Ehlers: You have hypermobility (Ehlers Danlos type III).This has a genetic background and about 50 % of your relatives also have it. You are dislocating your shoulders. You need physical therapy to strengthen your shoulders and an evaluation to be certain you have not had damage. Your physicians will guide you through this evaluation. ...Read more
When I extend my knee it makes a crunching sound no pain, I think it could be my squatting I haven't squatted for months why hasn't the sound gone?
Cracking/crunching sound in knees (both) when bending and small lump (1cm diameter) just above knee.
Sounds bizarre but i keep hearing a crunching sound at back of my head when i walk, just wondering why?
Osteoarthritis: Popping sounds can sometimes heard when muscle or tendon slides over a bony bump. Joint changes such as traumatic, degenerative (osteoarthritis), and inflammation as you turn your neck often produce noises. A courser grinding or crunching may indicate more advanced changes in the surfaces of one or more joints. If pain associated with noise physical therapy and anti-inflammatory agents can help. ...Read more
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