Sure, if the fracture didn't heal properly in such a way as to make your broken leg equal in length to your unbroken one, walking lopsided can eventually lead to back pain. It doesn't take much difference to make a differenc
Thanks .... we did get to the good doc and he is now in physio for 3 to 4 weeks. He managed to tear the inferior Extensor Retinaculum. He will be back running and playing hockey in no time.
Good question. I'm sorry, but
Beware the hidden tibia plateau fractureby
Find the fracture in this patient with blunt knee trauma.
As a general rule, plain films are insensitive in ruling out orthopedic injuries. One particularly tricky area is the knee. This 2-view knee series above is norma
Perhaps. Sorry I can't be more defnitive. But we typically associate infections with (localized) redness, red streaks, heat, pain, swollen glands, fever/sweats/chills, etc, depending upon the severity of the infection. Bec
I would agree with Michelle, especially the tip on avoiding hills as it may cause additional strain to the muscle. Have you visited any health care providers? Graston or ART (soft tissue therapies) may be helpful for you base
The Next Thing...by
Picture: X ray of a plasmacytoma in the tibia (lower leg) bone replaced by tumor
Tuesday was a very long day. Richard was to have the image guided biopsy at 9:00 AM, but his INR was still 1.6 even...
POSTERIOR TIBIAL TENDONITISby
That's the verdict.
Which if you read about, you will realize (probably faster than I did) that it's not really a KNEE problem after all.
It's a foot problem.
Weird how those things have a way of telling you right?
Back to being an advocate without a doctorby
Tibial osteomyelitis (bone infection), moderate to heavy draining, fevers, pain, no doctor.
As one of my last posts said, " . . . fade to black and all orthopedic surgeons...
Is DePuy Orthopedics mandating the sur