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Knee sprain with tissue injury - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Bones, Muscles and Joints
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Doctor :   hi
User :   Hi Doc.
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   i had a knee injury..doc said its rapture tissue or smthn..
Doctor :   k
User :   i took ice massage 4 a week and his med from Wockhart.
Doctor :   k
User :   Yest i did mountain climbing and de pain revived again
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   how did that injury happen
Doctor :   when was it ?
User :   playin basketball i gt a sprain.
Doctor :   k
User :   it happened around march 10.
Doctor :   did they tell which degree of sprain at hosp
Doctor :   your age?
User :   no..they said its sme rapture tissue sprain

User :   25
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   did they take any stretch X ray
User :   i have been playin since its nt a new thing.
User :   no they didn take xray.
Doctor :   if your having 1 or 2 degree then a rest of 1 to 2 months is enough
Doctor :   to restore the tissue which is ruptured
User :   hw do we describe "rest"?
Doctor :   if it is 3 rd degree then u may need surgery
User :   it was a swelling from outside.
Doctor :   rest in the sense having a crape bandage
Doctor :   not straining
Doctor :   the knee
Doctor :   such as forceful bending
Doctor :   or running

Doctor :   or jumping
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