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Suggest Treatment For Medial Meniscus Radial Tear And Horizontal Tear

medial meniscus radial tear near the posterior root attachment and horizontal tear involving the posterior horn and body.moderate joint effusion.popliteal fossa cyst and tibial plateau synovial pit. please wheather it is possible without operation in ayurvedic treatment ? my age is 44 years weight is about 130 kgs please sugeests your personal openion in this issue. K.G.THIRMURTHY ADVOCATE CHITTOOR
Wed, 27 May 2015
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1. Going by your history of multiple joint symptoms it is best to seek an Orthopedic opinion since features are more of surgical importance and require surgical exploration more than conservative treatment.

2. Even in Ayurveda the best branch to deal with such cases is Shalya (surgery), who will let you know the best available management.
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Suggest Treatment For Medial Meniscus Radial Tear And Horizontal Tear

1. Going by your history of multiple joint symptoms it is best to seek an Orthopedic opinion since features are more of surgical importance and require surgical exploration more than conservative treatment. 2. Even in Ayurveda the best branch to deal with such cases is Shalya (surgery), who will let you know the best available management.