Is it normal to have knee pain with a torn medial meniscus?
I have pain on my inner knee, likely a torn medial meniscus. It hurts the most while simply sleeping on that side of my knee while my other knee lays on top of it. The injury occurred 8 months ago when the knee was hyperextended in a baseball game, and reinsured 3 months ago in a cross fit...
Is a surgery needed for the oblique tear on the medial meniscus?
I had an MRI of the right knee on 12/16/13. Today I learne3d that there is an oblique tear posterior horn ofr the medial meniscus. The reason for having the mri in the first place is that on 11/26/13 my knee gave out on twice. the second time was serious. Should I have surgery or is there a...
My MRI result for my Knee shows that I have Grade 2 myxoid degereation in anterior and posterior medial meniscus and mild joint effusion. What does this mean?
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The Meniscus is the fibrocartilage structure presented inside the human joints, for the knee its main function is to reduce the friction of joints, this structure having Gel liked substance just like mucus, around it because of age or due to some underlying pathology, degeneration takes placed this lesion some time release the fluid inside the joint called effusion
I had knee surgury. Torn ligiments. Now the knee locks up.
You have to take rest and limit movements. You can get Homoeopathic treatment to reduce pains and to strengthen remaining muscles and to give strong bones and cartilages of the joint. If interested in Homoeopathic constitutional treatment, contact me again with more details about you and about life situations Dr C. J. Varghese, Homoeopath, firstname.lastname@example.org, +91 9447019733
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