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
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
Orthopaedic Surgeon Appointmentby
sooner than we had expected. He decided today it would involve a tibial rotation. This is because she also has external tibialtorsion (ETT) This would involve cutting her tibia and rotating it to improve the alignment...
of torsion or epididymitis.
Holy cow! I'm new to Wellsphere and was just informed of this question..., as noted by many of you. In other words, it might be due to a hernia in one person, testicular torsion in another, epididymitis in a third...