Answers and questions on traumatology
During training, ATP begins to decompose in muscle tissue and blood, which is the most important source of energy. Because of this, there is a burning sensation. After intense leg training, muscle soreness occurs. It occurs 6-8 hours after physical activity and reaches a maximum in 2-3 days. As a rule, its appearance is the result of unusual or excessively increased physical activity. The pain is caused by microscopic damage or even tearing of muscle fibers. Such pains are relieved by massage, taking a hot bath or sauna, or repeating exercises with less stress after 1-2 days. If the pain persists, after 3-4 days, this is the reason for seeing a traumatologist and it implies traumatic muscle injury.
Ankle injury requires a careful and urgent visit to a traumatologist. Make an X-ray, before that the traumatologist must examine the patient to determine the scan area and refer to the X-ray. Depending on the results of the clinical and the X-ray examination, a diagnosis will be established and treatment prescribed, as well as the immobilization method.
If there is a pain in the heel while walking, the most common cause is a heel spur. It is necessary to take an X-ray of the foot in stress, after which examination by an orthopedic traumatologist is required, if necessary, additional tests should be carried out. After examination, a course of conservative treatment is prescribed. With a heel spur, the method of shock wave therapy is widely used, in combination, comfortable shoes and wearing of insoles-instep support also play an important role.
Hello! According to your complaints, you can suspect a problem with the meniscus and ligamentous apparatus of the knee joint. You will have to find an opportunity to visit the clinic for a more detailed examination by an orthopedic traumatologist and additional examination to confirm this condition.
Of course, you can get a consultation from an orthopedic traumatologist and undergo the necessary examination at our clinic. The symptoms that you describe can correspond to degenerative-destructive joint diseases. In order to confirm or exclude this, it is necessary to do a visual examination and additional examination (an X-ray, ultrasound of joints).
Hello! The symptoms you describe can be a manifestation of several diseases and require in-depth study, including examination, laboratory tests, an X-ray and ultrasound examinations, possibly CT (computed tomography) scanning of the knee joint. Therefore, I would strongly recommend that you consult a doctor and undergo the necessary examination, which will make it possible to find out the true cause of the problem with the joint.
Hello! First of all, it is necessary to start with an examination in order to determine the method of additional examination. From the description, the shoulder joint is periodically in subluxation, then it will be necessary to do MRI, then it will be possible to determine the damage and recommend surgical treatment.
Hello! There are several options. First of all, you need to undergo examination, check the pulsation on the main vessels of lower extremities, comparative assessment of two limbs, assessment of movements in the hip joints, knee joints, ankles, then order either ultrasound of hip joints, or ultrasound of vessels of the lower extremities, or comparative radiograph of hip joints. It may be either inguinal hernia, or coxarthrosis, or neoplasm of the upper third of the thigh. To determine additional examination methods, first, an initial examination is needed, then an additional examination will be prescribed.