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What Is The Best Way To Recover From Gum Surgery
Follow protocol: Success of micro fracture strongly depends on proper reason for doing a micro fracture, proper surgical technique and rehab protocol. Depending on what was micro fractured, the rehab will vary. It may include non weight bearing or weight bearing, bracing and use of a continuous passive machine (cpm) for range of motion of the knee. Talk to your surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Patience: Unfortunately, the acl graft takes around 6-8 months at the earliest to completely incorporate and return to full strength. It means that any time before 8 months, there is a risk of retearing or partially retearing the acl. Recovering from the actual surgery itself is much quicker, and early range of motion and quad strengthening can return you to an excellent baseline function. ...Read more
Wait listen 2 orhto: Depending on the type of fracture, the healing varies along with whether it was surg. Stabilized, then assuming 0 infect or comp, your body has a preprogramed way it is going to heal it as 2 time. We can tweak it with a bone stimulator, & early wt bearing if feasable, othewise it is time time time..... Push 2 soon and u may = back @ square 1. ...Read more
Time, ROM, strength: If this is your first dislocation, time (rest) followed by gentle attempts to regain range of motion followed by rotator cuff strengthening is the recipe. You can do this under the guidance of a physical therapist or self-directed exercise. I strongly urge you to go to an ortho doc for an assessment of your risk for another shoulder dislocation in the future. ...Read more
What is the best way to recover from a caffeine overdose? What is the quickest way to get it out of your system?
Wait: For an acute overdose wait for it to be metabolized, unless you are talking about serious side effects such as very high heart rate, muscle twitching or hallucinations in which case you should go directly to an ed. If you are a regular consumer of caffeine you need to cut down slowly on the amount or risk getting withdrawal symptoms like headaches, irritabiltiy or drowsiness. ...Read more
Be patient: To my knowledge, only time will heal this. However, there are many potential causes for the spleen to be enlarged and painful, from infection to cancer like a lymphoma, to trauma, or a problem with the blood supply. Your doctor has probably already evaluated all those, but you can call him or her to make sure. ...Read more
Proper diagnosis: See your doctor to establish a proper diagnosis, the rest will be straightforward. ...Read more
Get Help: Emotional abuse is as devastating as any other type of abuse. It must not be discounted just because there are no visible bruises or broken bones. You must find a therapist who has compassion and skills to help you work through the impact of the abuse on you and then help you learn how to manage and let go of the negative consequences of this trauma. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Rest: Rest is the best way to help. ...Read more
Seek medical opinion: Hyperextension knee injuries are not all the same. The severity of and time needed to recover depends upon what exactly was injured when the knee hyperextended. A mild injury or sprain may allow a return to normal pre-injury activity very rapidly (days), but a more severe hyperextension injury can tear various knee ligaments, capsule and tendons and require surgery and extensive recuperation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Understanding which tendon is torn and how much can better answer your question. The rotator cuff has five distinct layers and if it is torn top to bottom (full thickness), this will not heal and will progress over time. If speaking of a tear of the long head of the bicep, this does not typically require surgery and results most frequently in a "popeye" cosmetic deformity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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