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 tricep muscle and shoulder was strained?
Ok earlier I was shoveling a driveway (took about 2 hours) and my tricep/back shoulder area (I think it's called a trapezoid, I can't remember haha) but it's around the upper tricep ...


 My knee has been painful for days when I make certain movements, what could be wrong?
I slipped and fell on ice when I were walking outside the other day; as a consequence I fell bad on the lower part of my knee, causing a bruise right underneath the kneecap with distinctive colours ...


 Need help healing knee tendinitis ?
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 Are my ribs bruised/fractured?
So about A week or 2 ago, my ribs ached.It hurt to laugh hard, take deep breathes and it was tender.That lasted a few days, now my ribs are okay but they ache.And my coach said i might of moved them ...


 Cartilage swelling/possible infection?
So I got my second cartilage piercing four days ago it was fine for the first two days but now it's really red and swollen. I took the earring out a couple hours ago and it closed but it's ...


 I think i severly bruised my tailbone?! Help?!?
I can't really get up to the hospital, i have a lot more issues going on, but yesterday afternoon, walking down my cement iced up stairs, i slipped & fell really hard. it hurts to stand up a ...


 my dog hit the back of my calf with his dog chain and it hurts when I walk , what can I do to make it better?
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 what is the recovery for fixing a broken nose?
My nose has been broken for 7 years and i was thinking of getting it fixed this summer and i was wondering what recovery would be like and if by time school came back if it would be healed....


 Will the swelling go away?
I hurt my knee and I fell asleep with a tensor bandage on last night. When I woke up from my knee down was very swollen, so much so the it was hard. I did ankle circles and squeezed and released my ...


 Hurt knee. No Swelling. No injury. Help?
My sister hurt her knee Last night. She was laying on her bed when she said it all of a sudden began to hurt around her kneecap. She can barely walk now. There's no injury and she has never had ...


 I found a black dot on my foot...?
I saw it after my friend accidentally slam the door on my foot... It's a darkish red color... I think its not major but still... Should I get it looked at or can I just wait for it to go away......


 I am feeling pains in my lower right leg?
It is located to the very left/slightly on my shin. It hurts whenever I run for a long period of time or apply pressure to the area. I don't know if it is regarding the bone or the muscle. Does ...


 What can I do for my toenail as it's growing back?
When I was visiting my sister in Hawaii I stubbed my big toenail on a rock. It cut my skin and bruised the nail around the top and the next night, right after I mentioned that I was afraid it was ...


 what is a good workout for after a broken leg?
I broke my tibia and need a workout to get fit again for soccer. Please leave me a workout to do, I have a stationary bike....


 Cast is too tight, its the weekend no orthopedics are in. what do i do?
I broke my hand and they put a cast on all fingers but pointer and thumb. My exposed fingers are extremely swollen and greenish blueish purplish in color. They are tingley along with the rest of my ...


 Do I have achilles tendonitis?
I am experiencing very limited flexibility with my ankle. I have a sharp pain in the back of my ankle when I point my toes. I have also noticed that my ankle tends to buckle/turn inwards (...


 Are muscle spazumes a bad sign?
Injured knee don't know how went to ortho already but this started last night they can last to a half an hour on and ...


 where do I find a shoe to wear with an air boot?
I have to be in a tall air cast for at least a month and the height is roughly 3 inches. Has anyone found a tall athletic shoe for the other foot to match the height? My current running shoes are too ...


 what could be wrong with my shoulder?
my shoulder does like this popping thing and it kind of feels like the bones are rubbing. it doesnt hurt where it pops but it hurts like around it. i can barley move my shoulder without some kind of ...


 how can i make my toenails grow faster?
like my big toenail is pretty short and i want it to grow to the end of my toe so it will stop becoming ingrown...and i have a pretty small ...



Chris C
6 month groin strain - What can I do?
Losing the will to live now. After what was probably overuse and not warming up properly, my groin strain has been with me for 6 months. I had it before then, but it was a case of one football tournament too many... Some days I can't feel it, other days I feel it twinge if I jog for the train or something trivial like that. I have done everything I can think of.... My own physio for a few months, iced it as per instructions, exercises etc... I have been around various doctors and had an x-ray and MRI scan, both of which have come up with nothing! I have even had two cortizone injections but they have had no impact. None of them can work it out. Playing football is quite literally my life (well nearly, I do have a girlfriend...) and it depresses me to f*ck that I can't play it anymore. Does anyone know what i can do? I've pretty much run out of options and patience... :(
                     




kitten lady
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r.i.c.e rest Resting is important immediately after injury for two reasons. First, rest is vital to protect the injured muscle, tendon, ligament or other tissue from further injury. Second, your body needs to rest so it has the energy it needs to heal itself most effectively. Ice: Use ice bags, cold packs to provide cold to the injured area. Cold can provide short-term pain relief. It also limits swelling by reducing blood flow to the injured area. Keep in mind, though, that you should never leave ice on an injury for more than 15-20 minutes at a time. Longer exposure can damage your skin. The best rule is to apply cold compresses for 15 minutes And then leave them off for at least 20 minutes. Compression: Compression limits swelling, which slows down healing. Some people notice pain relief from compression as well. An easy way to compress the area of the injury is to wrap an ACE bandage over it. If you feel throbbing, or if the wrap just feels too tight, remove the bandage And re-wrap the area so the bandage is a little looser. Elevation: Elevating an injury reduces swelling. It's most effective when the injured area is raised above the level of the heart. For example, if you injure an ankle, try lying on your bed with your foot propped on one or two pillows. After a day or two of R.I.C.E., many sprains, strains or other injuries will begin to heal. But if your pain or swelling does not decrease after 48 hours, make an appointment to see your primary care physician or go to the emergency room, depending upon the severity of your symptoms. Once the healing process has begun, very light massage may improve the function of forming scar tissue, cut healing time and reduce the possibility of injury recurrence. Gentle stretching can be begun once all swelling has subsided. Try to work the entire range of motion of the injured joint or muscle, but be extremely careful not to force a stretch, or you risk re-injury to the area. Keep in mind that a stretch should never cause pain. Heat may be helpful once the injury moves out of the acute phase and swelling and bleeding has stopped. Moist heat will increase blood supply to the damaged area and promote healing. Finally, after the injury has healed, strengthening exercises can be begun. Start with easy weights and use good form I would recommend getting a splint to put on your thumb tap ur finger together with other, till better tap toe toe together with other I would recommend getting a splint to put on your thumb u can get from pharmacy for sunburn calamine lotion


Slinky
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David Carrington Jr.
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You mentioned doctors, but have you tried physical therapy? I had a hip strain that was/is also 6 months, and physical therapy is FINALLY improving matters. I don't know how similar it is, but mine was a strained hip flexor. The therapist is treating it with a combination of heat (not ice), deep tissue massage, and stretches. Progress is still slow, but noticeable. In 3 weeks, I've made more progress than I did in 6 months.


PeterB
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