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Unfortunately, it seems like pain management may be your best answer at this point. Contact your local hospital for a...
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See an orthopedic surgeon immediately. If your coccyx is truly rotated 60 degrees, this should be seen and evaluated.
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The TFCC includes cartilage, tendons, and ligaments. The ulna plus variance is not the result of an injury, it is a n...
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Fluid collected in the knee, an effusion, will cause the symptoms you describe. This usually responds to PT, Ice and ...
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There are operations known as osteotomies, the bone is broken and realigned, that are designed to correct this sort o...
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Most likely, but I can't really say.
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I always tell patients with a meniscus injury, its not the meniscectomy that causes post-traumatic arthritis, its the...
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If the injury is in the front of the elbow it is probably the biceps rather than the triceps, if its in the back, it ...
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There are interposition arthroplasties that can be done if the joint is stable. This means taking a tendon and rolli...
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I not entirely sure what you mean by a "dislocated tibia." Is this your own diagnosis, or have you seen a physician?
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