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What Can Be Done About Knee Pain Associated With Running On A Treadmill
Find cause: Knee pain with activity can be caused by a variety of intrinsic knee problems as well as pain stemming from outside of the knee. Getting a formal evaluation by a physician trained in musculoskeletal medicine/sports, pain, or orthopedics is a good idea! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which lower body lifting exercises can I do with a meniscal injury. My doctor has cleared me for walking and stairs without a brace or krutches?
Need more info: Do you have a mensical tear? If you do and had a surgical menisectomy, usually my patients are walking within a few days, then stationary biking, then running in 3-4 weeks. Things like stairs and crouching are variable based on quad strength and body weight. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can going back to running and military workouts after pat tendonitis if you have very min discomfort on side of knee cause a tear or more damage?
Potentially: Probably the biggest risk of resuming activities after having patellar tendinitis would be to have it recur, or to injure some other part of the knees. That being said, though, many can resume full activites without any more problems. Thank you for your question. ...Read more
What happens when you have knee pain and a medial pain and you may have a tear? What are the special test for knee pain besides a MRI ?
Exam: A medial meniscal year can certainly cause medial based knee pain, but is not the only potential cause. Usually a detailed exam can go a long way to determining the problems. Further test other than an MRI include an arthrogram or a diagnostic arthroscopy. Thank you for the question. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What would you make of lifelong fairly severe pain in lower teeth/gums, neck and chest when running or to a lesser extent on other exertion, with no discovered abnormalities after cardiac work-ups?
Chronic pain: Have you had a dental check-up? Chronic bruxism...Grinding or clenching the teeth could cause the chronic pain you are having. Although usually stress related, many people clench their teeth during activities. See your dentist for an examination. Try using a nightguard/splint when you run and during other activities, and at night to relieve the tension inyour TMJ and on your teeth. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Popping in arch for a while, recently elevated to moderate pain when running. NOT PF. Feels Joint/skeletal based. Any cause besides stress frac.?
Foot pain: While this certainly could be a stress fracture, it could be from ill fitting shoes, a deep bruise, tendon injury, or poor support for your arch when running. I suggest you see a podiatrist of an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in feet for an evaluation. Bring your running shoes with you to your visit. It may be as simple as an orthotic to solve your problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What could cause pain is below the kneecap? The trainer said something about tendonitis. Could a quad injury have had anything to do with that?
Patellar tendinitis: Patellar tendon attaches patella (kneecap) to your shin bone (tibia). Sounds like you're describing patellar tendinitis- swelling & irritation of tendon. Often due to overuse - too much activity without enough rest, change in training regimen, technique issues, issues with footwear. If quad is tight/injured, can change your form - stress the tendon. Try ice, rest, NSAIDs, patellar cross straps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on the cause: Many teenagers experience pain with activities from softening of the cartilage of the kneecap or from growth plate traction (osgood-schlatter disease). These tend to be a mild ache and resolve with cessation of activity and ibuprofen. If the pain persists after the activity, is not relieved with ibuprofen, occurs at night, or is associated with swelling, see your orthopaedic surgeon. ...Read more
Can I jogg or run with a compression fracture to t6 with slight kyphosis at that level? What about sports?
Light exercise: You may engage in light exercise once the fracture is heeled without pain. You should investigate the reason for the compression fracture and see if you have risks of future fractures such as osteoporosis or osteopenia. This may be tested with a bone mineral density test. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
What cause calf pain other than dvt in a non athletic person? I have a funny feeling in my foot as well. Doctor did physical of leg and didn't feel any need to do an ultrasound for dvt. What else could be causing it?
What would need to be ruled out with these symptoms. Pain in a knee tka especially on the medial side, periodic s.O.B and low grade temp?
See your doctor: For an exam. An infection is likely. Other causes can explain your symptoms. ...Read more
Diagnosed with a nondisplaced medial femoral condyle on may 13, 2013. When i first get up to start walking my knee hurts but usually pain will subside and walking a lot causes pain. ? Work
I've had patella femoral pain for the past 6 mos, brought on by running. I have done physical therapy and quit running, but pain is worse. What now?
See your doctor: You may need to have a brace to help your patella track better. In severe cases, sometimes surgery is needed to help control patello-femoral pain. This may be arthroscopic, or open, or both. But you need to seek help from a specialist to help control it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain in the ball of my foot. Started with new pair of dress shoes 5 weeks back. Also has same pain while running on treadmill. What could be cause, how to solve?
I have a radiating pain combined with numbness/tingling from hip to ankle caused by exercise. Will this improve or do I need medical atttention?
Sciatica: Sounds like you may have a nerve impingement in your lumbar spine region. Anti-inflammatories, stretching your hamstrings and lower back may alleviate your symptoms. Decrease impact activity too. If this doesn't help, or symptoms worsen, see an orthopedist or spine/pain management specialist. You might need an epidural. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: It depends in part on the length and severity of the pain as well as the underlying cause. Many simple cases are treated with rest and medications, more involved cases are often treatd with physical therapy or chiropractic. Imaging the spine to aid in the diagnosis is oftened used for potentially more aggressive options. Thank you. ...Read more
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