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What Exercises Can I Do If I Have Posterior Tibial Tendonitis
Swimming should be: ok but check with your orthopedic.Get a more detailed answer ›
Rest and rehab: First rest and ice the tendon to reduce the inflammation. Then stretching(dynamic and static) to reduce the tension on the tendon that causes it to get sore. Swimming, weight lifting that does work your calves, and possibly elliptical if you use your quads and not calves to push. ...Read more
Eccentric Loading: Besides foot and calf stretching, studies have shown that eccentric loading exercises work best for resolving achilles tendonitis. An example of eccentric loading would be standing on a double step and jumping off landing on the balls of the feet. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I tore patellar fibers/lateral retinaculum. What can I do for pain if I can't have antiinflammatory? Should I immobilize? RICE? elevate? Can't walk.
Heat,exercise, imagi: A physical therapist can help if you can not/or do not want to take antiinflammatory medications We need more clarification about the extent of your imaging findings, when this occurred, why you can'y walk. You need to see your orthopedic surgeon to understand your diagnosis and extent of the involvement ...Read more
Core: You first do want to make sure that if you have injured your back you do not do exercises that will aggravate it. That being said, most exercises for the back involve a gentle stretching program followed by a strengthening program of the core muscles that support the back and pelvis. Thank you for your question. ...Read more
Tenderness: Patellar tendinitis causes pain and swelling in the front of the knee. People with patellar tendinitis will have pain when pushing directly on the patellar tendon. Patellar tendinitis is diagnosed based on a detailed history, physical exam and xrays performed by an orthopaedic surgeon, or sports medicine specialist. ...Read more
You have to be seen: It meant "soft cartilage under the knee cap", a presumed cause of pain at the front and especially inner side of the knee. Treatment range between rice (rest, ice, compression, elevation), anti-inflammatory medications, and physiotherapy. Treatment with surgery could be done if other methods failed. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Treat now: I suggest seeking treatment for this quickly. Learn from my mistakes. I ignored this condition myself for over five years to the point that traditional treatments including stretches, heel lifts, bracing, and eccentric strengthening didn't help. Newer treatments including ultrasounded guided tenotomy & prp finally helped me. People are also now using stem cell treatments as well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See an orthopaedist: If the tendon ruptures, you usually know it because it happens as a sudden event with pain, swelling, and you wont be able to push down with your foot. If it is tender / painful where the tendon attaches to the foot, it could be tendinitis. If it doesn't get better with rest, see an orthopaedist. ...Read more
Nothing: Metatarsus adductus is something you were born with. It cannot be corrected with shoes orthotics or bracing. It may make you more prone to bunions which can be painful seek evaluation with an orthopedic surgeon specializing in foot and ankle if you think you are having symptoms related to this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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