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More dangerous - Hit in tendon flexed or relaxed - 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 :   do they do short cast/boot or nething like that for anterior tibialis tendonitis
Doctor :  
how can i help you
User :   hurry
User :   Is it worse to get kicked/hit in the tendon in ur ankle while its like flexed/tight or relaxed?
User :   ok honestly? i dont have much time man
Doctor :  
Please get the physical examination done by the doctor and know his provisional diagnosis and get back to us on chat so that we can assist you better. I say this in the best interests of you.
User :   fine
User :   now answer
User :   hit in tendon flexed or relaxed which is more dangerous?????
Doctor :   it depends
Doctor :  
User :   what
Doctor :  
the force
Doctor :  
not on position
User :   explain ...if its a hard force then what if its gentle then what?
Doctor :  
it is so simple hard dangerous gentle nothing
User :   oh k fine
User :   now....what tests for tendonitis do they do
User :   ????
Doctor :  
there are so many tests to be done
Doctor :  
related to th joint

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