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I am 32 year old lady. After my first delivery I got hip joint pain for last 9 months. I consulted with physiotherapist. But no use. What should I do?
I had lateral malleolus fracture 29 May, 17- plaster was removed after 4 weeks then doctor asked me to rest for 2 more weeks Now you have started going office by this week the day I have started going office my foot has again started swelling the range of swelling is near the ankle, front of the foot and on the side opposite to ankle there is no pain while moving and doing up-down from stairs. Also when I sleep at night by doing limb elevation swelling goes down when this swelling will be cured as it enable me to rotate my foot completely.
Pain in lower portion of left side ribcage since 2 months. Necessity or feeling to go to lavettory after intake of food. Kindly suggest what specialist I have to approach. Please also advice medical remedies.
Hi I am 25 year old female. I hve acl grade ii signal legament injury from last 7 months. As doctor prescribed me for some excerise but no satisficatry results. Some advised me for physiotherapy. Is it helpful and for how many times I should take. What is the solution and should I go for surgery?
Can sternocleidomastoid is the culprit behind my chronic neck n shoulder pain which I am experiencing for last 2 years after a neck extension injury? I have little herniation, stenosis and disc dessication. But doctors tell it is normal. I am suspecting this muscle because I had swollen bump in my left shoulder after the incident. please answer the solution to my problem. Currently I am fully normal but always little neck pain.
A small piece of bone is known as a fragment and it is very common that an avulsion fracture also tends to damage the protrusions of bone to which the tendons attach. This basically means that the tendon or ligament will come away from the bone and it will take a small piece of bone with it. It is sometimes very hard to find out what type of injury you have and this is why knowing the causes and symptoms of an avulsion fracture are very helpful in determining exactly how severe the injury is.
Here are the causes of an avulsion fracture:
- Explosive landing: Athletes who tend to jump or land with great impact tend to get these most commonly. Therefore, it is crucial for your health that if you participate in such sports, you do follow the correct method of jumping.
- Explosive extension: Similar to how an athlete landing ferociously can get an avulsion fracture, someone who is extending the legs very violently and explosively during an exercise can also get an avulsion fracture. This is because the bone getting extended could very well damage the protrusions to which the tendons are attached.
These are the two main causes of an avulsion fracture. There are not many symptoms of an avulsion fracture. This is because an avulsion fracture can only be determined by an MRI or by an X-ray scan. Therefore it is nearly impossible to diagnose that you have an avulsion fracture without looking at the results of the tests performed on the part of your body. However, the way you got the fracture and especially the details of it are very good indications of whether you have an avulsion fracture or not.