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What Is The Normal Recovery Period After A Torn Calf Muscle
3-4 weeks: The time it takes for a calf muscle to heal depend son how much of the muscle was torn. The best treatment initially is ice , compressi and nsaids.As soon as the pain subsides the athlete should start a vigorous stretching and strengthening program for the calf muscles including cardiovascular workouts in the form of a stationary bike. When better don't stop your stretching and strengthening progrm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more
2-3 months to heal: A fractured tibia is a significant injury. Closed, non-operative management for stable well-aligned fractures treated in a cast would be expected to heal in about 2-3 months. Worse injuries that require surgery and a long intramedullary nail or a plate and screws (or similar), may take longer to heal, especially if there is a loss of tissue (skin, muscle, etc.) from around the fracture area. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
2 to 3 months: It takes between 2 and 3 months for tendons to heal completely. However it depends which tendon and how severe the rupture. If the tendon is not attached to its attachment site then it will not heal well. If the tendon is re-attached such as after an achilles tendon repair then it is 2 to 3 months. Tendons heal better with some tension and stress on them but not so much as to hinder the healing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
6 weeks: 1/2 strength in 2-3 weeks , rest of strength next 2 months, . ...Read more
Stiff sore calf 2 weeks after Acl surgery using hamstring? Is this a blood clot or normal soreness?
Had a knee meniscus atrhroscopy 3 months ago; though mild, the pain and swelling still continues. Is this normal? How to accelerate the recovery?
Need more informatio: You said you had arthroscopy, but was it just arthroscopy or arthroscopic surgery and if so what was the surgery for.Was there a tear in the meniscus and which one recovery depends on what the diagnosis was and what was really done, you should go back to the orthopedic surgeon who did the arthroscopy and have it checked, meanwhile rest your knee and use a knee brace. ...Read more
Strain: If truly a strain, it depends upon severity: a few days up to a month. If pain not going away, check for disc or postural problems. ...Read more
Depends: Knee arthroscopy is highly dependent on the procedure being performed along with it. Trimming a torn meniscus can lead to immediate relief and return to function while acl or PCL reconstructions take 8-9 months to recover. It also depends on your conditioning before surgery. Pain from quad weakness and tendinitis will not improve at all after surgery. It will depend more on rehab. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Knee Pain: Recovery time for a subluxed or dislocated and spontaneously reduced patella varies greatly, but generally weight-bearing can be initiated as soon as tolerated and activity can be gradually resumed either with or without a functional rehabilitation program as tolerated. I expect a return to full activity within six weeks. ...Read more
Post surgery care: Most likely this is within the normal parameters for post surgical care, however okay to check in with your surgery team about this. A cold limb after surgery on the limb should be reported to your team. Be well. ...Read more
Depends on cause: Fist two aspects to recovery: 1) trauma with associated injuries 2) solely spleen issue trauma = more time second two aspects: 1) minimally invasive surgery 2) large incision large incision = more time simple case is a few days complicated case can be several weeks if no surgery to remove the spleen then may be several months until activity is real ease to normal. ...Read more
Yes: This is common after this type of surgery. Popping that causes no pain is benign and can be ignored. Sometimes "popping" originating at the knee cap is due to muscle atrophy and improper tracking...This will get better with physical therapy. If you have concerns contact your surgeon. ...Read more
There are two muscles that make up the "calf" muscle- the gastrocnemius and the soleus. Saying they are torn implies that they have been injured to the extent that all or part of the muscle is in discontinuity. Most can be managed non surgically. If there is an associated complete tear of the Achilles' tendon, ...Read more
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