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Shoulder and Neck Pain After ACDF Surgery

Shoulder and Neck Pain After ACDF Surgery
Shoulder and Neck Pain After ACDF Surgery. With age, the intervertebral discs and joints in the vertebral column start to wear and tear. Damage to these supporting structures of the spine can result in medical problems. For example, the cervical spine (neck region) pain might result from a damaged disc pressuring your spinal cord or nerve. Furthermore, due to this disc wear and tear, you may experience walking difficulties, numbness, and pain in your neck, shoulder blade, and arm. When you v...
Posted on 2022-12-26

Ankle Exercises After Surgery

Ankle Exercises After Surgery
Ankle Exercises After Surgery. Ankle surgery is needed to treat problems that can’t be solved with medications or therapy. Some of these problems include fractures,  arthritis, and tendon or ligament injuries. Nevertheless, even with ankle surgery, it is necessary to exercise to regain felxilibity. Post-op exercises help with ankle surgery rehab, speeding up recovery, preventing deformity, and reducing susceptibility to another ankle injury. This arti...
Posted on 2022-11-23

How Long Do You Have Pain After Knee Replacement Surgery?

How Long Do You Have Pain After Knee Replacement Surgery?
How Long Do You Have Pain After Knee Replacement Surgery?. As you look forward to your knee replacement surgery, you imagine just what it will be like to finally be pain-free. Imagine the activities you can enjoy again! After years of knee pain and trying everything to get relief, you and your doctor decided surgery was your best option. Over 9 out of 10 total knee replacements still function properly 15 years after surgery, so it’s time to jump in. You want to climb stairs, walk, and e...
Posted on 2022-10-14

Exercise for a Stiff Knee After Surgery

Exercise for a Stiff Knee After Surgery
Exercise for a Stiff Knee After Surgery. When you have a total replacement of your knee, you may be left with s stiff knee after surgery. If so, specific interventions can help you feel more comfortable and get back to your normal activities. There are some activities you need to avoid, though, so let’s look carefully at what will help. Exercising and stretching regularly helps to restore the mobility and strength in your knee for a gradual return ...
Posted on 2022-10-14

Shoulder Popping After Rotator Cuff Surgery

Shoulder Popping After Rotator Cuff Surgery
Shoulder Popping After Rotator Cuff Surgery. You can only describe the sensation in your shoulder as “intense pain”. You’ve got some weakness in your arm and have difficulty moving your shoulder, too. You may have felt a “pop”, but even if not, you remember the instant you hurt your shoulder. Also, now, whenever you move your arm, especially out to the side, your shoulder snaps, crackles, and pops. Then again, some patients tear their rotator cuff without any of ...
Posted on 2022-06-09

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