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Hi I have undergone ACL surgery for my right knee and the report is as below: Formal and tibial tunnels prepared. Cortex blow out noticed. Retunnelling done at 110 clock position. Can you please let me know if everything is fine. What is meant by cortex blow out.
I am 67 years old .I am suffering with backache right side & arm upto elbow. It pains when on bed & while changing side or getting up. Almost no pain while walking, for four months.
Hello Doctor, Mujhe last days kafi fever reha or mere cell last 20000 he but i am admit in the hospital but ab me theek hu but weakness bohot hai or sath me legs me kafi pain rehta hai. So please help me jiss se meri legs ka pain kam ho or mujhe se theek se chala jye. Dr. is time mere cell to theek hai but hand me sujan bohot hai. please help me.
I am 43 years old having good health. Since last 8 months having moderate pain in right heel. X ray shows a slight swelling of bone. Orthopedic suggested wearing of heel caps.
I am 46 year old & suffering back and lower back pain last 28 year, now I am not able to bending forward direction.
I have pain at my neck at left back side from last about 7-8 years. I consult many of orthopaedic doctors and get treatment of medicine and physiotherapy.Pain reduce during and after upto sometime of treatment.Is there no any permanent treatment ? Kindly give advice for this. Thanks.
The secret to avoiding bone and joint related injuries revealed!
An average person experiences two fractures during his or her lifetime and same holds true for joint related injuries. The severity of this condition depends on a number of factors, ranging from the forces responsible for injury and location to the damage done to the nearby tissues and bones.
How age plays a role in your chances of getting a fracture?
Your risk and severity of developing a fracture, depends, to a certain extent on your age.
A very common occurrence during childhood is crippling joint related injuries, the fractures that you tend to have during this time are generally less complex than the broken bone instances that you stand to experience when you enter adulthood.
With time, your bones become fragile and you become prone to broken bones sustained from falls, which you wouldn't when you were young. Furthermore, as you step into your 50th year, you can get struck by the bone condition osteoporosis, a leading cause of bone fractures during this time. For women, menopause makes them more susceptible to osteoporosis (as infrequent periods and hormonal changes at this time lead to loss of bone mass) and subsequently broken bones.
Preventing crippling joint injuries need many steps in younger generation known as prehab especially for sporting population and adult population involved in day to day activities requiring your body getting subjected to physical stress.
Simple steps to get your joints back to normal in case you do get into injuries.
- having a calcium and vitamin d rich diet to strengthen bones
- exercising to strengthen bone and muscle health as well as your balance
- taking relevant medicines to make your bones strong
- going for timely bone mineral density test to determine the health of your bone
- exposing yourself to the sun for about 20 minutes everyday
- having a requisite calcium intake of 1000 mg and 1200 mg for pre- and postmenopausal women respectively
- preventing a fracture by modification in your household furniture, extra clothings, sometimes addition of simple orthotic devices, improving your muscle reaction time etc go in long way to help prevent falls.