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What can a dancer do to get quick recovery for painful shin due to knee injury and will dancing affect it ?

Shin is still painful after a knee-kicked by my friend after 6 months. Hey, last 6 months, my shin was knee-kicked by my friend HARDLY. It was SUPER painful. It has bruises and the place is very tender to touch. I thought it will go off like sooner or later but then it doesn t. It s still tender when touch and it s very painful. By the way, I m a dancer so I m scared like if I do such moves, will it affect it or something?.. Please help me.. :(
Asked On : Thu, 21 Apr 2011
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As there is pain even after six month of hit on the knee ,I advise you to consult ortho-surgeon & get X-ray of part to find the cause & treated it .As pain should never persist for such along period.
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Answered: Thu, 21 Apr 2011
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