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Avatar m tn Osgood-Schlatter Disease - Behind the knee? My daughter (13) has major behind the knee/lower hammy pain when in goalie butterfly, deep squat? Physiotherapist said Osgood-Schlatter Disease... no website i can find says you get that behind the knee.. So...Thoughts? (Physio would have known if it was anything obvious?
Avatar m tn Possibilities that may need to be considered include patellar dislocation, chondromalacia patellae, infections/ inflammations, arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis, cyst formation, iliotibial band syndrome, osgood schlatter disease, bone growths/ tumours, nerve impingement/ compression, fractures, injuries to the internal knee ligaments/ menisci etc; just to name a few. I would suggest consulting an orthopedician for an evaluation. After a cause is diagnosed, it can be managed accordingly.
Avatar f tn But the pediatrician said that Osgood Schlatter is more involved near the ligament below the knee that connects to the libia and that my son's was a bony growth on his bone just below this area. His symptoms are pain with actitivies, pain at night, and sometimes he limps. It is slightly swollen around the growth but is not hot to touch and he says that it does not hurt when pressure is applied and that is a general dull ache in the area but not directly on the bump.
Avatar f tn Osgood-Schlatter is a definite possibility here. This is more congenital and makes more sense to me than some of the other possibilities. The other 2 possibilities are fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. If you ever had herpes simplex, chicken pox, or shingles as a kid, which is rare, complications called post-herpetic neuralgia is possible. However, I am thinking that Osgood-Schlatter is possible. If you haven't seen an orthopod, you should.
Avatar f tn I had osgood-schlatter in my right knee. I have had it since I was in 6th grade. I played a lot of sports so I'm sure it was associated with that. I'm sure it is possible though even if you don't play sports. Right below the knee cap I have a knot that is about the size of a walnut. It has always caused some discomfort but I have never really felt anything in the shin area. I was even able to be in the Marine Corps.
3201003 tn?1345349318 Possibilities that may need to be considered include growing pains, injuries, patellar dislocation, osteochondritis, Osgood schlatter disease etc. I would suggest getting this evaluated by an orthopedician for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate management. Hope this helps. Take care!
Avatar f tn Sounds like Osgood-Schlatter disease. Used to be called "growing pains", it's inflammation behind the knee cap of very active adolescents. The good news is, kids outgrow it. Here's a link with more information: http://kidshealth.org/en/parents/osgood.
Avatar m tn There are a few possibilities to the cause of the pain like patellar dislocation, chondromalacia patellae, infections/ inflammations, arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis, cyst formation, iliotibial band syndrome, osgood-schlatter disease, bone growths/ tumours, nerve impingement/ pressure fractures, injuries to the internal knee ligaments/ menisci etc; just to name a few. Without a detailed history, physical examination and probably a few tests it would be difficult to point out a single cause.
Avatar m tn Possibilities that may need to be considered include patellar dislocation, chondromalacia patellae, infections/ inflammations, arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis, cyst formation, iliotibial band syndrome, osgood schlatter disease, bone growths/ tumours, nerve impingement/ compression, fractures, injuries to the internal knee ligaments/ menisci etc; just to name a few. I would suggest consulting an orthopedician for an evaluation. After a cause is diagnosed, it can be managed accordingly.
Avatar m tn Possibilities that may need to be considered include patellar dislocation, chondromalacia patellae, infections/ inflammations, arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis, cyst formation, iliotibial band syndrome, osgood schlatter disease, bone growths/ tumours, nerve impingement/ compression, fractures, injuries to the internal knee ligaments/ menisci, osteopenia, micronutrient deficiencies etc.; just to name a few.
Avatar f tn This is very common in children very often sports and exercise can be the cause ,its not always growing pains , there is something called Osgood-Schlatter disease, and if your child has pain for more than 2 weeks a check may be good to make sure it isnt anything like that .Rest is the best thing when its hurting ,as I say after 2 weeks of pain take him back to the doctor and ask for further evaluation .
Avatar m tn I have knee pain in my right knee when I kneel down on it.About a year ago the same knee for some reason unknown to me got very swollen & had to use crutches for about a week. Anyway when I kneel down it is like kneeling on a tack. Then it has a sensation of a rug burn to the touch. After about five times of this happening I looked more closely. On the right lower outer edge of knee cap it gets a swell pocket. It does not swell up the entire knee just this oval like shaped pocket.
203342 tn?1328737207 Hello, Three possibilities are there.First and foremost is chondromalacia patellae. This is a softening of the cartilage that lines the back of the kneecap.Diagnopsed by physical examination and MRI knee.Blood tests and x-rays are unhelpful since cartilage does not show up on x-rays. Other possibilities are of tibial apophysitis, or Osgood-Schlatter lesion and Jumper's knee (irritation and inflammation of the patellar tendon). Without clinical examination,diagnosis is tough.
Panda Thank you for responding. Every Monday and Wednesday, I take "U-jam" and every Tuesday and Thursday, I take "Body Combat" Both classes are at 24 Hour Fitness. U-jam is a hip-hop class and Body Combat is a mixed martial arts class. They are group x classes and are great cardio that focus on HIIT (high intensity interval training). I used to take martial arts when I was in high school, so Body Combat and Turbo Kickboxing are right up my alley, next to any type of dance.
Avatar n tn My middle son had "osgood schlatter" syndrome and it sounds like your son may have it too. You can google it for a clinical description, but in the past it was often called "growing pains". Does it typically happen after a particularly active day? Like, after a rigorous soccer practice?
Avatar m tn Possibilities that may need to be considered include iliotibial band syndrome, osgood schlatter disease, chondromalacia, infections/ inflammations, bursitis, tendonitis, etc. I would suggest consulting an orthopedician or a sports medicine specialist for an evaluation at this time. After a cause is diagnosed, it can be managed accordingly. Hope this helps. Take care!
Avatar f tn Unfortunately she has one developed osgood-schlatter, a painful knee condition that is related to sports and growth spurts, and thatsvlimiting long walks. The mainstays of treatment are just NSAIDs and stretches. I doubt that she has a significant medical condition causing weight gain since she has had this big belly and appetite literally since birth.
Avatar m tn Knee issues could be caused due to a few reasons such as patellar dislocation, chondromalacia, fractures, injuries to the internal ligaments/ menisci, infections/ inflammations, arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis, cyst formation, iliotibial band syndrome, osgood-schlatter disease, bone growths/ tumours, nerve injuries/ impingement etc. I would suggest an evaluation by an experienced orthopedician at this time for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate management. Hope this helps. Take care!
Avatar m tn m down to 14) i also have some tendinitis in my left knee. After four hours of sports my knee swells and stiffens and is no longer mobile until i sleep it off. In the past year i have discovered a big bump on top of my right knee so much so that when i bend both knees it is very noticeable protruding from the front of my knee.
Avatar m tn Hi, I have pain in the tibia of my left leg, which I think is below the knee cap. The pain started when I was 18, after I got an injury during a basketball game. Now I'm 20 and I still feel the pain only when I engage in physical activity. What's wrong with me. Could these by osgood schlatters disease?
Avatar f tn He was complaining of leg pain around the knee for a few days I thought he was pulling my leg after a day of school took him for an X-ray where they found he has osgood shlatters was reassured it was very common in sporty children and he will grow out of it was referred to the leads fracture clinic for a routine check up where the doctor said he has 2 things shown up on xray 1-osgood shlatters 2- a shadow in his feumer which he thinks is Benin (the word think is what worries me for he mentioned
Avatar f tn Osgood-Schlatter. This pain occurs in both knees, is localized to the front part of the knee below the kneecap, and gets worse with activity like running and jumping. It occurs because of rapid bone growth, stretching of the muscles, and the resulting tension on the joints. It’s not dangerous and he’ll grow out of it. Make sure he’s stretching daily and rests from sports if he’s having a lot of pain. Icing and ibuprofen may help. Headaches are also very common during puberty.
Avatar n tn My six year old daughter has had knee pain in the same leg for two years I took her to the doctor and he said its just growing pains but it concerns me because it's always the same knee. Recommendations?
Avatar n tn My 5 years old daughter has severe pain(cramp like) behind the knee for 4-6 seconds, then relieve for 3 secs & then repeat the same scenario few times. All this will be over within about 2mins the most. What I did is to lie her down & push her toes toward her body with her leg flat on the couch. Just like how I do if there is leg cramps. At the same time, I'll put some camphor oil around the knee area & gently rub to keep warm.
Avatar f tn I feel that my knee pain has been the worse in the past few months. I feel that i have this bump on my knee. I dont think it is osgood schlatter. I have been icing it and putting a heating pad on it when it hurts and that does not help at all. Is this a serious problem? PLEASE HELP ME! write ASAP!!