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Tibial torsion. 5 years ago at the age of 29 I had bilateral tib/fib derotational osteotomy. IM Nail insertion.. persistent pain do the rods need out?
Scoli dr said i have mld scoliosis, Femoral retroversion, external tibial torsion, & leg length discrep. Play soccer but hard to run. What kind of dr?
Pediatric Orthopedic: If you have xrays and MRI's, I can see you in Lake Worth to better assess your needs. Or you can do a virtual consult with me. I am a minimally invasive spine surgeon, but happy to give you my opinion on all your orthopedic maladies. ...Read more
Can tibial tortion in 2 years old baby self correct or need a surgical procedure or physical therapy.
See a pediatrician .: You should bring your 20yr baby to see a pediatrician for general health check for nutrition, growth, and development, and specific growth of legs, etc. so she/he may sort out what may cause such - inborn or acquired - and recommend how to manage the current concern about baby's legs. So, act ASAP. ...Read more
A cyst usually...: A cyst would usually not twist because it is usually embedded inside or right on its hosting organ, and has no stalk to hing & twist. So, no twist means no pain - asymptomatic, But if infection or bleeding happens to it, pain + other related symptoms will ensue, depending upon the size of the cyst and the pace of events, etc. More? Ask Doc timely for detail. Best wish... ...Read more
Possibly: If it was an intermittent torsion. But this is unusual and eventually you would prob have a torsion that would need evaluation and treatment. Best to see a Urologist and get a more definite answer. If you think you have a torsion, you should be seen immediately, otherwise the blood supply to the testicle can be compromised and need to be removed. ...Read more
Rib torsion/twisted: Is it due to a sports injury or a car accident? You should be seen by a physician for it for evaluation and treatment plan. You might need some imaging studies. Anti-inflammatory, analgesic and/or muscle relaxant meds could help. Physical therapy could help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Short recovery: Most feel better in less than a week. ...Read more
Possible...: Torsion-related testicular pain tends to recur in a high range of degree, duration, interval, progress, evolution, & resolution of pain but going undiagnosed for months or years or even decades to reflect personal fate to meet professional acuity/ vigilance. So, it would not always manifest a classical picture as described in textbook, but not infrequently, behave as intermittent torsion. ...Read more