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Treatments For Genu Recurvatum
What is the cause of genu recurvatum gait ? Is it weakness in the hamstrings muscle or quadriceps?
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Varies: There are a number of possibilities, primarily stemming from musculoskeletal to neurological abnormalities. In simple terms, genu recur stun refers to a hyperextension of the knee. The hamstrings and the intrinsic ligaments of the knee are the usual structures that limit this hyper extension. ...Read more
Depend: All depend of what treament you are getting.What was recomended to you?Treament could be very simple to one that requires a distal femoral osteotomy.You are probably to old for an epihysiodesis. ...Read more
Yes there is treatme: Blount's disease is a deformity in the legs, mostly from the knees to the ankles. The affected bone curves in or out and forms the usual "archers bow" which can also be called bow-legs.Yes there is treatment for that. ...Read more
I've got genu valgum(2 to 3 inches gap) and overweight. Fortunately no magnificent pain felt yet. Are there any non-surgery based treatments for that?
Alignment issue: You cannot cure genu valgum with exercises. This is an alignment issue. Some people, however, have increasing genu valgum over time. This is typically a result of progressive arthritis in the outer half of their knees with possible stretching on the medial (inner) collateral ligament. ...Read more
What can my 13 yr old sister do to fix genu valgum when she has a 6~7c gap between her feet, and is it even genu valgum? What are the treatments?
Varus knee: There are two treatment options and they are based on the amount of arthritis you have. If you have congenital genu varum, with minimal or no arthritis, they can do a medial opening wedge osteotomy (cut the bone) and correct you deformity. If is an acquired genu varum from arthritis, you either need a unicompartmental knee arthroplasty or total knee arthroplasty. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depend: Genu valgum is a condition where the knees angle in and touch one another when the legs are straightened. It depend on the method use for that. There are the general complications with any surgery and the risk of the correction it self. Malunion, postoperative infections and problems with healing. Compartment syndrome , recurrence of the deformity, re some of the potential complications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bowlegged.: The legs bow outward at the knees. It can occur in one or both legs. ...Read more
Physical examination: may help if there is bowingGet a more detailed answer ›
Knock kneed: This is a congenital or acquired deformity of the knees that results in the knees being close together. Whether surgery is an option depends on the severity and your level of disability. See an orthopedic surgeon for a physical exam and to discuss treatment options. There are no special exercises that will help improve your deformity. Keeping ur wt down + ur legs strong by walking will help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Knock kneed: This is a congenital or acquired deformity of the knees that results in the knees being close together. Weather surgery is an option depends on the severity and your level of disability. See and orthopedic surgeon for a physical exam and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more