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What exercises can I do if I have posterior tibial tendonitis?

What exercises can I do if I have posterior tibial tendonitis?

Low impact: If you have tendonitis (as opposed to insufficiency) your goal should be to allow the tendon to rest so the inflammation can resolve. ...Read more

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Can you recommend posterior tibial tendon dysfunction exersizes?

Can you recommend posterior tibial tendon dysfunction exersizes?

Orthotics 1st: Custom orthotics are very important here.
Using them, avoiding heavy lifting, squats, military press - all recommended. ...Read more

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I had a sudden shock-like feeling on the posterior side of my head while doing pec-fly exercise in gym.And have a dull pain since then.Is it serious ?

I had a sudden shock-like feeling on the posterior side of my head while doing pec-fly exercise in gym.And have a dull pain since then.Is it serious ?

Doubtful: This sounds like a sprained muscle/tendon, and should improve with time and ice andanti-inflammatories and avoidance of aggravating activities. If symptoms do not improve with time, then see a physician to evaluate for possible less common causes such as a disc herniation. ...Read more

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Which lower body exercises are safe to do with posterior tibial tendonitis?

Which lower body exercises are safe to do with posterior tibial tendonitis?

Low impact: Aquatics, body weight, or resistance bands/ tubing biking, and/or elliptical. Aquatics allow you to perform body weight exercises, but being in water actually reduces the stress on your body due to buoyancy. Once you are able to perform body weight activities then look to add light resistance w/ bands/ tubing. ...Read more

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What kind of exercises can be done to treat a grade 2 signal on posterior horn of medial meniscus?

What kind of exercises can be done to treat a grade 2 signal on posterior horn of medial meniscus?

Any exercise: By exercising your are not directly treating the meniscus but improving the conditioning and strength of the lower extremity. This will reduce the likelihood of knee injuries and subsequent meniscus injury. When exercising focus on core/hip/knee/leg/ankle. ...Read more

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Can exercise make posterior pelvic pain while pregnant worse?

Can exercise make posterior pelvic pain while pregnant worse?

Possibly: Depending on what exercise you are doing and what is going on with your uterus if you are having pain, u should see your doc even if it is not time for your normal OB check, i always work my preg pts in if they are having pain. ...Read more

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What are the best stretches, exercises, and other preventative measures for tibialis posterior tendinitis?

What are the best stretches, exercises, and other preventative measures for tibialis posterior tendinitis?

PREVENTING: First, I congratulate you on using the correct terminology; tibialis posterior, not posterior tibial. Second, do you really want to stretch a tendon whose job it is to maintain the integrity of the arch; a TP tendon that lengthens only 2cm can cause pathology. Third, prevention. There are many causes; the most common may be an intrinsic abnormality within the tendon itself. Age, BMI, steroids also ...Read more

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Inflammation at the posterior tibial tendon. Do i need to wait for inflammation to completely subside before starting rehab exercises?

Inflammation at the posterior tibial tendon. Do i need to wait for inflammation to completely subside before starting rehab exercises?

No: You can start, but make sure you are using custom foot orthotics or you are going to have difficulty fully recovering and not regressing. ...Read more

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Mri says "questionable tear posterior horn medial meniscus" but it's been hurting for 4month & i just lost insurance. What exercises can I do at home?

Mri says "questionable tear posterior horn medial meniscus" but it's been hurting for 4month & i just lost insurance. What exercises can I do at home?

I feel your pain.: This may be "pay now or pay more later" some of the things a person cannot get online are surgical care and pt. We can only guide a person to the right info/providers, and i will share your q with orthopedics and physiatry doctors. Mobility in the sense of being able to ambulate/walk well is required for so many things now, since you are young, and later in life. Ask for ways to get financial help. ...Read more

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What is the best neck exercise for post op posterior cervical foraminotomy? (I also had an anterior ACF - C4-5 & 5-6 - 4 mos out for severe stenosis).

What is the best neck exercise for post op posterior cervical foraminotomy? (I also had an anterior ACF - C4-5 & 5-6 - 4 mos out for severe stenosis).

Ask your Surgeon: With your underlying spinal issues and previous surgery, it is important to ask your Neuro-surgeon/Surgeon what exercises are best for you, as each pt is different and your specific case may warrant a different recommendation regarding the exercises you should be doing. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Does exercise make sciatica or posterior pelvic pain worse when pregnant?

Does exercise make sciatica or posterior pelvic pain worse when pregnant?

Hard to Say: When pregnant, there are so many things going on. Your hormones are very different causing your ligaments to stretch quite a bit especially in the pelvis resulting in pain. Also the baby's position can place stress on your spine resulting in bulging discs or even herniated disks causing the sciatica pain. Recommend seeing a pregnancy specialized therapist that can guide you through this. ...Read more

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Mri says c5-6&c6-7-small posterior central disc protrusion and annular fissure, is it serious?Can i crossfit & do exercise with weights?Any precautions

Mri says c5-6&c6-7-small posterior central disc protrusion and annular fissure, is it serious?Can i crossfit & do exercise with weights?Any precautions

Continue living: In the absence of symptoms, you should continue to stay active. Nothing sounds bad enough to need intervention. Use your common sense with activity. ...Read more

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Doctor, For Mucoid Degeneration in Posterior Horn of Medial and Lateral Meniscus, any other treatment except Surgery such as medication, exercises?

Doctor, For Mucoid Degeneration in Posterior Horn of Medial and Lateral Meniscus, any other treatment except Surgery such as medication, exercises?

Avoid future....: ...stress, such as deep squats, no twisting in a squat position such as a fast pitch softball league or baseball. B careful in twisting sport as tennis,. Many times a nonfunctional brace like a neoprene sleeve will help . It does so by sending 2 Ur brain subconscious proprioception signals & in turn U subconsciously protect U knee by being more careful with no thinking. ...Read more

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What is posterior myometrium?

What is posterior myometrium?

Lining of the womb: It is the back half of the lining of the womb contained inside the uterus which usually sheds as your period if it wasn't biopsied. ...Read more

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What is posterior subserosal fibroid?

What is posterior subserosal fibroid?

Subserous fibroid: Fibroids are benign tumors of the uterus. Subserosal fibroids are on the outside covering of the uterus. Posterior means towards the back. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for posterior foetus?

Pregnancy: Do you mean the foetus is in an occiput posterior position ? No treatment is required. This position just makes labour a bit prolonged. ...Read more

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Placenta posterior is good or bad?

Neither : It's just a normal variation. It's neither good or bad, it just is. ...Read more

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Posterior placenta means low lying?

Posterior placenta means low lying?

No: Posterior placenta means that it is attached to the back of the uterus. Anterior placenta means that is attached to the front. Low lying means that it is attached low in the uterus near the cervix. A fundal placenta means that it attached at the top of the uterus. ...Read more

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What does rupture of the posterior root mean?

What does rupture of the posterior root mean?

Sensory root: The sensory nerves run through posterior or the so called dorsal column ...Read more

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Who is at risk for posterior vitreous detachments?

Who is at risk for posterior vitreous detachments?

Any one older: Vitreous detachment is universal in older age and represents the transition of the gel vitreous into a dense syrupy liquid. It usually happens silently but when symptoms occur (floaters, light flashes, visual changes) these mimic those of retinal detachment which is serious. If you have these symptoms, see your ophthalmologist for evaluation to distinguish these two. ...Read more

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Help me ... I have calcaneus spurr posterior minimal?

Help me  ... I have calcaneus spurr posterior minimal?

Heel lifts: are good as is stretching…night splints can be born. Try not to wear shoes that are too tight on you. ...Read more

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What does high lying posterior placenta grade 1 means?

What does high lying posterior placenta grade 1 means?

It is in a good spot: The high lying placenta on the back wall of your uterus is in a good spot to avoid bleeding at the time of labor. or before. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have hemorroids after posterior repair?

Is it normal to have hemorroids after posterior repair?

Yes: This is not uncommon. Non surgical measures usually provide relief. ...Read more

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Placenta is a bit low and posterior.. is sex still safe?

Ask your OB: You need to ask your OB. If it is not a previa, where the placenta is covering the cervix, you should be ok. ...Read more