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What Are Good Rehab Exercises To Do After An Oblique Strain
Stretch: Most muscle strains are relieved with resting the part. Massage myofascial releases and modalities such as warmth hydrotherapy therapeutic ultrasound or tetanizing galvanic current help tremendously. Avoid repetitive microtraumatization and begin and end exercise with stretching sessions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Low impact: Generally, it is a good idea to keep the knee moving with as little impact as possible. Provided it is just a strain, and there are no fractures, torn meniscus or ligaments, a low impact exercise program including riding a stationary bike or elliptical machine would be advisable. If it hurts, don't do it and make sure you check with a physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For muscle strains: I would recommend doing which ever feels better to you. The research has not proven one benefitting more than the other for muscle strains, and this has been extensively researched. Although they both should help, each person is different and some people respond better to heat, some ice. ...Read more
Pmr doc for muscles: The obliques are chest wall muscles that assist in breathing. Strain for these can be treated by physical medicine or sports doctors easily. Generally anti inflammatories and possibly muscle relaxants will help initially. Ice pak or massage if very sore will decrease pain. After stabilization, exercises can help prevent further injuries. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: This muscle has attachments to the ribs and some strong connective tissue in the lower back. Pain would be increased with a motion similar to a situp with added twisting motion at the same time. Muscle strains will improve with time and relative rest. If no improvement in a few weeks then get checked out by your doc. ...Read more
How to heal an an/oblique strain & how long healing?Tried heat, ice, massage, meds.Nothing has worked its been 4 months. Super sore to move or touch.
Strained left knee mcl. I play golf. How soon can I play and what are best rehab exercises for speediest recovery?
During a golf swing felt a pull on my right oblique -still played a bit more after the fact and was okay-woke up today and almost fells sore/strain ?
It's very common for: ...a minor sprain or strain to feel worse the next day. As the body attempts to repair the injury, it increases blood flow, inflammatory substances and material for the repair. It's similar to a sunburn you feel AFTER the damage is done. Keep the joint moving but don't stress it too much. Apply ice for a couple of days then heat followed by gentle movement. You should be fine in a week or so. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have an abdominal/oblique strain, pretty painful.Taking mobic (meloxicam) for 2 days.I am a mother of toddler so hard to rest, should I wrap up? Healing time?
Weeks: Most musculoskeletal pains/strains/sprains can take weeks to fully recover from. Oblique strains are no joke - they will cause many professional athletes to miss games! Wraps/binding can help though should be very temporary. It is most important to continue to stabilize the area with core stabilization. Having help with the little one would definitely help, though! ...Read more
Grade 1 or low grade 2 hip flexor strain, still have full ROM and just feels sore, Im aware of RICE method, is there any other way to rehab in 4 days?
A muscle strain: is a tear of the muscle fibers. Along with RICE, it is appropriate to do VERY LIGHT stretching and massage of the area to prevent the muscle from tightening down during healing. But it must be done gently! Remember, when recovering from a strain, if it hurts, don't do it. To ask longer questions send me a HT Message @ https://goo.gl/tch4sN ...Read more
My rehab doctor said I had wrist tenosynovitis and a shoulder strain/rotator cuff strain. the doctor didn't do any xrays/mri. was my diagnosi obvious?
Biceps strain: Start with relative rest and ice. When pain subsides, gradual strengthening. The biceps muscle does 2 things: helps bend the elbow and also rotates your forearm to allow you to turn your palm facing up. Gradual, progressive resistance with light hand weights or elastic bands works great. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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