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Symptoms Of Bad Torque Converter
A chiropractic metho: 4 movement of the spinal segments.. If spinal segments are able to be to be able to be cranked by a technique, they have loose ligaments that need to be stabilized to get rid of the back pain. Prolotherapy is the treatment of choice. Visit www.Getprolo.Com or www.Aaomed.Org to learn about prolotherapy and a doctor to help you for real relief. ...Read more
Rt side s.i joint, spine erector and QL pain with out relief from therapy following thoracic scoliosis surger, still torqued. What dr should i see?
Pain or rehab: usually you would have best results with a pain specialist or physiatrist (rehab doc). this is assuming you have returned to your surgeon and general doc and have not gotten useful/helpful results there. ...Read more
My friend with back pain said she feels far less pain after golfing left handed instead. Why? Isn't the force and torque applied still the same?
Back exam: Needs to be examined to answer this question. ...Read more
I have ulnar sided pain when I flex my wrist with my wrist torqued towards my ulna. If I flex wrist in neutral position, the pain is not noticeable. ?
Strain: due to some stressful movements u may have some strain in ur tendons. Avoid testing frequently, rest for 1 week warm shower, wrist brace and may take ASA or Alleve. u will be fine ...Read more
12 yrs ago I crushed my tibial plateau, shortening leg & shifting lower leg sideways about 3/4 inch - causing new torque & pain. Will pain ever resolv?
Torqued many small caps with my thumb and pointer finger 1 month ago. Right side of thumb feels odd. Might of pinched nerve. It be better in time?
Thumb injury: A detailed history & physical exam often allows a physician to make the correct diagnosis. Repetitive activity including twisting & torquing may cause injury to the ligaments & tendons of the thumb such as de quervain tenosynovitis & ulnar collateral ligament injury. These conditions are often accompanied by pain during certain motions of the thumb. Unresolved symptoms should be evaluated by a dr. ...Read more
How would you treat a spiral finger fracture? I read this phrase as part of another q/a -- "a leash or rope injury with torque or rotatory force on a finger will cause a spiral fracture of a metacarpal. A fracture of a phalanx." this is exactly what happ
If : If this has just happened (like in the last week) you should see a hand surgeon. If your finger already twists when you bend it, it will heal in this position unless reduced. Spiral fractures can often be treated with wires (temporary) after reduction or sometimes with plates and/or screws. See a hand surgeon. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Slight elbow pain a co-worker rough playing grabbed and torqued my wrist hard outwardly causing a sudden sharp pain on the outside of my elbow. This was about a week ago. No swelling and movement seems normal but tenderness and slight pain persist. Sho
Based : Based on your description, it's unlikely that you had a bony or joint injury to your elbow. You may have strained the tendons on the "outside" or lateral side of your elbow. In general, initial treatments with ice, anti-inflammatories (i.e. Ibuprofen), and gentle range of motion may be beneficial. I would not recommend immobilizing the elbow for an extended period of time. If it continues to bother you after several weeks, i would have it checked out. Your physician will determine if an x-ray would be necessary after an examination. ...Read more
Depends: The carotid arteries can elongate with age and long standing hypertension. Sometimes they present as a bulge in the neck, and Ultrasound shows the elongated artery. If there are NO symptoms, (TIA, stroke) and no significant blockage due to plaque they can be OBSERVED with a vascular monitoring team. Okay to ask for second opinion or more detail if surgery has been recommended by a surgeon. Be well ...Read more
Yes: Gout can cause red, swollen, painful joints. Sometimes it can be asymptomatic. The joint between the foot and the big toe is often involved. These symptoms typically occur after a large meal or after drinking alcohol. Can also occur in the knee. Caused by purine metabolism problems. Gout should be evaluated and treated by a physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not Always: A certain level reaction to stress can be positive, because the stress reaction helps to prepare your body to take action. The problem is when these symptoms become more severe and are always present. That's when negative changes can start to occur in the body. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: The hydrocoels i see on a regular basis are in infants that seem unbothered by the process. Occasionaly parents bring in a baby boy whose been fussy & realize the scrotum seems enlarged. They assume the enlargement caused the fussiness, it is the opposite. A fussy baby can drive a little fluid into a communicating hydrocoel but on exam the structure is not tender. Most resolve without rx. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Painful: Parotitis is the inflammation of the parotid gland. It is usually caused by dehydration and sometimes salivar gland stones. Patients experience swelling and sometimes significant pain. Treatments requires: warm compress, massage to area, rehydration, sialogogues (anything that makes ur mouth water-sour candy) and antibiotics. Can be worse in diabetics or those with weak immune system. ...Read more
There can be none: "mucor" is actually several different fungi, and infection is almost restricted to people with impaired immunity, e.g. Immunosuppressive drugs, after transplants (bone marrow, or solid organ) or poorly controlled diabetes. When symptoms occur they reflect the organ involved, e.g. The lung, and coughing up blood is common as the bug invades blood vessels. Facial pain can suggest infected sinuses. ...Read more