Osteoarthritis hip occupational activity

Common Questions and Answers about Osteoarthritis hip occupational activity


Avatar f tn If you have a job that needs a lot of physical activity then you may need to consult a occupational therapist to learn how you can do the job without straining your hip much. Otherwise you may need a change in job profile. Please discuss this with your treating doc. Take care! The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you.
Avatar n tn I have been diagnosed with Osteoarthritis. What kind of exercise can I do? I need to lose about 25 lbs. and I was walking but now I'm not sure if that is good for me.
Avatar n tn i was told that it has a lot to do with a lifestyle. i do absolutely no physical activity. so every time i stretch my joints crack.
Avatar n tn My worry is that if I were running for some reason, or just walking at a fast pace -- normal for me -- the weakness in the groin area would cause me to fall suddenly, possibly injuring my hip. I haven't seen any docs about this because it would probably entail endless, very expensive tests, with a possible "no diagnosis" or "ambiguous, multi-opinioned diagnosis." Anyone out there with a clue ... especially about the feeling of extreme weakness when it happens?
Avatar n tn I feel like my muscles are giving out on me. I have had to quit exercise because of bursitis in my hip and a problem with a rotator cuff. I am only 53 and don't want to feel like this .
Avatar f tn I have a feeling the implant is the cause of the mouth trouble and wondering if it is the cause of my neurological symptoms as well. My physical activity has been reduced to a minimum compared to the level of physical activity previous to the surgery. I wonder if the implant does not show the typical symptoms of rejection because of nightly bronchial and nasal steroid inhalations. The implant looks good on scans and xrays. I am not so good.
Avatar n tn Health, WebMD, and the Chronicle of Higher Education. His reporting on occupational health earned him an award from the northern California Society of Professional Journalists. The References for his article are here: American Academy of Family Physicians. Self-care on Familydoctor.org. Abdominal pain, acute. American Academy of Family Physicians. Self-care on Familydoctor.org. Abdominal pain, chronic DeBanto JR et al. What could be causing chronic abdominal pain? Postgraduate Medicine.
Avatar n tn I'm still looking for ways to lessen the intensity of these symptoms, but for me I've found that maintaining physical activity helps, as well as not oversleeping, or overeating. The rest of my family takes folic acid suppliments regularly. God, puberty was a nightmare, but I am much less groggy and more in focus now that I am no longer growing. I'd like to hear other peoples' experiences with this.