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What Can I Do To Cure Knee Issues That Have Not Responded To Surgery
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Too broad a question: If it is injury related, it depends on what the injury is. Most injuries will get better on they own with rest. If it is a carriage tear, it might need arthroscopic surgery. If it is arthritis and there is a lot of degenerative disease, you might actually need a joint replacement. I recommend a careful evaluation by your internist, probably followed by an orthopedic evaluation. ...Read more
Knee pain: The right first thing to do is to see an orthopedist for a diagnosis of the cause of the pain . Then a treatment plan can be developed . ...Read more
Its my knees, i can't walk easily, every step causes pain.I took vitamines & glocusamine with no use.Is there any cure other than surgery(plz see x-ray)?
2 nd opinion: Get 2 nd opinion from another surgeon. ...Read more
Arthritis: Firstly there is no cure for the arthritis. Secondly - one can try Cold Laser treatments, topical NSAID like Pennsaid, the Option of Autologous stem cells and PRP injections is also a possibility, Oral NSAID's is also an option. In all of this exercise as much as possible. Knee brace may also help. ...Read more
I'm 17 and have bow legs, i've recently been getting a lot of pain in my knees, should I see a doctor? Is surgery needed to cure this?
See a doctor: You should see a doctor, get standing full length hip to ankle xrays of your knees and get a detailed history and physical examination. There is a large variation of alignment in the human populaiton, but if the malalignment is severe, it could lead to wear of the medial compartment of your knee. So, get checked out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I unknowingly triple dosed on ibuprofen and gave myself an ulcer. I am having knee replacement surgery this month. How to cure ulcer? Eating bland
Nsaids: There are several modalities on how to treat an ulcer; your dr will choose the best option for you. Most likely you will be prescribed analgesic that do not affect your stomach, if you describe what happened to the surgeons. Diet will be of course part of the treatment, but there is more. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
28 yr-old had ACL repair 10 years ago, and has felt leaning and off-balanced since a second surgery 5 yrs ago, and hopes to find a cure.....?
Full ortho eval: Initial radiographs would need to include weightbearing views: Bilateral standing AP, PA Rosenberg, full extension lateral and bilateral sunrise views. If any hint of poor alignment noted, then proceed with full hip-knee-ankle bilateral mechanical axis views to determine where weightbearing line from center of femoral head to ankle crosses at the knee joint. This will help determine if an osteotomy in such a young patient is indicated or should be considered. After imaging and a full examination for motion strength, and laxity, an MRI would help finalize any plans for potential surgery by delineating the degree of any cartilage or meniscal and ligamentous pathology. With history of hyperextension, a definite concern is whether posterolateral corner (LCL, popliteus and popliteofibular ligament) is also involved or injured/loose. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Seek Consultation.: You will be best off seeking consultation with an orthopedic surgeon who will evaluate your situation. Only after complete history and physical examination (sometimes imaging also) will he/she be able to provide you with a diagnosis and treatment recommendations. Online consultants can only speculate. Best wishes. ...Read more
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