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I have had juvenile rheumatoid arthritis for 13 years now, I am also 18 my doctor took me off my meds for my juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and for almost 2 month well i went back because my knee was swollen for 2 weeks and won’t go down with ice, Motrin, or bandaging it. well i finally got my meds back from OTHER doctor at the same office but i had to get x-rays and a blood work. well x-rays showed that my knee bone had changed and she wouldn’t say why what is it.
Answer by Penguin lover!
well arthritis can cause joint deformation. it might have happened because you were taken off your meds and was so swollen. it happened to my wrist and ankles.
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(PRWEB) July 22, 2012
“Knee pain is now being treated with regenerative medicine at The Center for Regenerative Medicine,” according to A.J. Farshchian MD an orthopedic regenerative practitioner at the center for regenerative medicine.
Bowleggedness produces a disturbance in the biomechanics of the knee and misalignment between the involved muscular skeleton system. This contributes to Degenerative Joint Disease. A recent Northwestern University study concluded that people with arthritis or DJD (Degenerative Joint Disease) whose knees are misalignment with their ankles and feet have up to five times the risk of their getting worse.
It is very important for the knee to be be aligned properly. Patients who become bowlegged is usually because of more pressure on the medial (inner aspect of the) knees. This condition is also known as “Genu Varus.” This abnormal distribution of weight causes wearing of the cartilage and joint to accelerate and makes arthritis worse. In this condition legs are bowed outwards in the standing position
The Center for Regenerative Medicine in Miami, Florida concentrates on helping arthritic and injured people to get back to a functional level of life and their activities using non-surgical techniques and Orthopedic medicine. The center’s expertise is in treatment of conditions of spine, knees , shoulders , and other cartilage damages. They have developed non-surgical and rehabilitation techniques focused on treatment and management of joint pain. Their team includes health professionals organized around a central theme.
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Obesity a Contributing Cause of Arthritis of the Knee is Now Being Treated with Regenerative Medicine at the Center for Regenerative Medicine
(PRWEB) July 25, 2012
“Obesity a contributing cause of arthritis of the knee is now being treated with regenerative medicine at the Center for Regenerative Medicine.” according to A.J. Farshchian MD an orthopedic regenerative practitioner at the center for regenerative medicine.
The prevalence of both obesity and knee arthritis continue to increase globally more so in the developed countries. In the United States alone almost 33% of the adult population are considered as obese, while knee pain is the number one reason for visits to the center.
Weight loss can decrease knee pain if patient is greatly overweight. However weight loss alone is unlikely to completely relieve the pain. Obesity also makes other complications such as Diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
Studies have shown that obese persons, especially obese older women, are at higher risk for knee osteoarthritis (OA). We have learned from The Framingham Study (The largest study done up to this point which is a landmark study, it began in 1948 in which some 12,000 residents of the town of Framingham, Massachusetts were enrolled) that a drop in weight as little as 11 lbs can decrease the risk of developing knee osteoarthritis. On the basis of epidemiologic findings such as these, the center likes to start a weight loss program as early as possible on the patients who suffer from osteoarthritis of knee, hip or ankle (the weight bearing joints).
The Center for Regenerative Medicine in Miami, Florida concentrates on helping arthritic and injured people to get back to a functional level of life and their activities using non-surgical techniques and Orthopedic medicine. The center’s expertise is in treatment of conditions of spine, knees, shoulders, and other cartilage damages. They have developed non-surgical and rehabilitation techniques focused on treatment and management of joint pain. Their team includes health professionals organized around a central theme. Their website is http://www.arthritisusa.net
Benefits of strengthening around the hip and knee joints are to increase shock absorption capability of those muscles and, thus, taking the stress off of the joints. Discover new and effective exercise routines for knee and hip arthritis sufferers with tips from an experienced medical professional in this freevideo. Expert: Dr. Robin Terranella Bio: Dr. Robin Terranella has a medical degree from Bastyr University and has trained at Wu Hsing Tao Acupuncture School. Filmmaker: Dustin Daniels
After viewing the video, please take the time to complete our survey here: www.surveymonkey.com Arthritis Consumer Experts created a three-part series of web workshops on the importance of early diagnosis, exercise, and nutrition in slowing the progression of osteoarthritis or reducing the pain. This first workshop (split into 2 parts) in the series titled Do I have arthritis and what do I do about it? is presented by internationally respected rheumatologist and Scientific Director at the Arthritis Research Centre of Canada, Dr. John Esdaile. In it, he describes early osteoarthritis and lists the factors that are linked to an increased risk of developing it. Dr. Esdaile discusses how early osteoarthritis can be diagnosed, citing research that examines barriers to diagnosing early osteoarthritis. Also, he talks about the importance of early diagnosis in treating and managing osteoarthritis, leading to the topics of the two web workshops that follow, which are nutrition and exercise for those living with osteoarthritis.
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What are treatment options for someone who has twisted their knee numerous times and now has arthritis?
Question by ace: What are treatment options for someone who has twisted their knee numerous times and now has arthritis?
Answer by babysisterchrissy
surgery to remove scar tissue and repair ligaments, or physical therapy.
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AJ Szwast, PT and Ramon Pedraza, PTA explain the goals of physical therapy after an arthroscopic knee surgery. Learn several exercises you can do at home to help your therapy goals. Dr. Emil DiIorio discusses several ways you can protect your knee and prevent future knee injuries. Part 4 of 4 www.coordinatedhealth.com (877) 247-8080 For more information, email: email@example.com
Shawnee Mission Medical Center (SMMC) will host a Total Knee Replacement (TKR) Live Surgery Webcast. The Webcast will feature Robert Sharpe, MD, of Midwest Orthopaedics, PA, as he surgically reconstructs a patient’s knee. Burrel Gaddy, MD, who is also with Midwest Orthopaedics, will serve as the moderator, answering questions live from the audience. A TKR is a surgical procedure done to replace a damaged knee with a prosthesis, which is an artificial joint typically made up of metal and plastic. Knee replacements may be necessary when knee conditions cause the cartilage to deteriorate to the point when there are no other options to relieve pain. Osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and knee joint injury typically create the pain that leads to a TKR. The procedure is very common, with more than 300000 TKR surgeries being performed every year in the United States.