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What Is The Best Treatment For Brittle Joints
Injury prone: Describing a joint as brittle implies that it is predisposed to injury, which is to say that when a force is transmitted across a brittle joint it is more likely to be injured than a normal joint. Lack of sufficient range of motion, weakness, instability, and deformity can all predispose a joint to injury. ...Read more
Describing a joint as brittle implies that it is predisposed to injury, which is to say that when a force is transmitted across a brittle joint it is more likely to be injured than a normal joint. Lack of sufficient range of motion, weakness, instability, and deformity can all predispose ...Read more
I've had a lump in my neck and enlarged lymph nodes since i was 6. Will this also cause brittle joints?
Probably not: Having these types of symptoms can best be solved by having your doctor perform a thorough evaluation. Only through this type of process can he/she discover what's going on and how best to help you. ...Read more
Hi..my question is how to get rid of shoulder pain and joints pain..and which is the best treatment for that?
What is the best treatment for joint swelling in Ankylosing Spondylitis apart for medicines. Epsom salt or oil massage will help ?
Anti-inflamm. Diet: Ankylosing spondylitis is a systemic, inflammatory condition that can lead to chronic back pain. Because it is systemic, topical treatments are unlikely to have much affect long term. There is some thought that an antiinflammatory diet can reduce inflammation levels in the body and can potentially have a dramatic affect. ...Read more
Pick best or fastest: Surgery may be the most reliable way to prevent your shoulder from dislocating again, but this certainly isn't the fastest way to deal with the injury, as post-op rehab takes several months. Physical therapy and a gradual return to activity will be a faster method of treatment, but it has a higher risk of a repeat dislocation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Metacarpophalangeal joint blister treatment - they keep opening. what is the best way to treat. i have been using neosporin .
R/O CELLULITIS: Cellulitis is a superficial skin infection that can be caused after an abrasion or rupture of a boil . Keep the area clean and apply topical antibiotics. Seek prompt evaluation for potential need of oral antibiotics/X-ray /labs/wound culture. F/U with your doctor if symptoms persist or worsen, oral antibiotics may be needed. ...Read more