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What Exercises Are Safe For Me After Scoliosis Surgery
Depends: Exercise or activity after surgery is generally recommended to aid healing and speed the return to normalcy. However, specific types of exercise will depend on the type of surgery performed, the technique used, the type of incision, and extensiveness of the surgery, and many other factors. Only your surgeon can make the specific recommendation of the type, duration and intensity of your exercise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below please: 1-quadriceps sets tighten your thigh muscle. Try to straighten your knee. Hold for 5 to 10 seconds. 2-straight leg raises 3-ankle pumps 4-knee straightening exercises 5-bed-supported knee bends 6-sitting supported knee bends 7-sitting unsupported knee bends 7-walking 8-stair climbing and descending 9-standing knee bends 10-sted knee bends 11-exercycling you could find detail on this web site. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Doctor: Talk with your surgeon. They can tell you the limitations and expectations, if you undergo a procedure. They should also inform you on where the procedure is done, since many of the "laser" procedures are done in various type of treatment facilities. If done in an outpatient setting, verify that the surgeon has admitting privileges at a nearby hospital in case overnight care is required. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What exercises are safe for a patient who had hysterectomy? She has psoriasis and joint pain also. Any recommended exercises please?
Not in this space : Not in this space limited area. However, there are several great websites such as spineuniverse.Com or spinehealth.Com or medical society websites like the north american spine society or the scoliosis research society that will have multiple resources that you can review. I'm sure you can even find a video online of a typical surgery but there are several different types that may be done. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
"last week i had dhs hip surgery, i want know what is life hereafter, how to get cured soon and safe, also tell me what are risks after this surgery?
Hip fracture: It's very difficult to predict. You're young and the amount of displacement of the hip at the time of surgery predicts the chance of femoral head necrosis (death). If the neck heals, you can predict that you should have reasonable function with development of early, traumatic arthritis. If it does not heal, you may need an osteotomy. If the hip dies, you will need a total hip replacement. ...Read more
Lots!: Just about any exercise is potentially okay. Use common sense. If a given exercise is uncomfortable, decide if it is mild discomfort from doing something new, or something that you will pay for later. People with painful joints and back problems ofter can do exercises in water, so look into water aerobics, swimming, water walking (but obviously you need pool access). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
One can always: Perform upper body excercises while allowing the achilles to rest. Or, some advocate eccentric excercises on the achilles itself as a treatment. If something hurts when exercising, then likely that excercises should not be performed. So during eccentric excercises if the achilles is hurting avoid that excercise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the medical name for cholesteatoma surgery please? And what precautions do I take before the surgery please?
What kind of spine exercises are good for me wife who is 2 months pregnant and is diagnosed as having lumbar stenosis. Please advice?
Physical therapist: Would be useful as you would do exercises to reduce pain, but they wouldn't make the stenosis go away. The exercises you do would depend in part on where she hurts. ...Read more
Depends: Ballpark figure would be 8-12 weeks, but you should discuss this with your surgeon. ...Read more
Focus on quadriceps: Straight leg raises and quadriceps contractions are usually allowed and warranted to eventually allow for crutch free ambulation. Of course your specific injury and/or surgical intervention will ultimately dictate what you should do during your recovery. Your treating physician should be the best source of information for your specific knee injury. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on the : Surgery. If it is a minimally invasive fusion, you may only need Percocet or something along those lines. If it is something more invasive, such as an open anterior approach with a discectomy, you may need patient controlled analgesia which often consists of IV morphine or something along those lines. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Any: Pretty much any - except for high impact sports maybe. Jogging may be less ideal due to the repetitive pressure on the disc. Golfing may be less ideal due to the rotational acceleration putting additional stress on the disc. Isometric back strengthening is best, it provides more muscle power which will keep the biomechanical forces off the discs. (rowing, bicycling, swimming, yoga). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you tell me about surgical procedure for esophagectomy. what skin prep and meds are used during surgery?
Ivor Lewis procedure: Esophagectomy is usually performed for lesions of lower esophagus and require esophagogastrectomy usually performed thoracoabdominally. thru abdomen and right chest. A transesphageal ultra sound is performed to define penetration of mucosal tumor into muscularis and nodes. Pre op RT and chemo are essential to get best chance for cure. ...Read more
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