Osteoarthritis knee biomechanics

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Avatar f tn MRI says- severe bone bruising and bleeding, micro fractures of tibia, 2 complex menus all tears-anterior and posterior, grade2-3 cartilage thinning, fluid above knee and in knee behind patella, bathers cyst, ligament strain, some bone growth and early osteoarthritis. What the hell do I do- I am thinking lose weight, swim, take chondritin, glucosamine, vitamin c, see a knee surgeon... what I DONt want is a knee replacement. It is a bit stiff, swollen and aches.
Avatar n tn Hi Dear Synvisc is used to relieve knee pain due to osteoarthritis (OA). It is approved for those patients who do not get adequate relief from painkillers such as acetaminophen, or from exercise and physical therapy. Synvisc is injected directly into the joint to restore the lubricating properties of normal joint fluid. The therapy is generally well tolerated. However, it may not work for everyone.
Avatar n tn Sometimes the sounds are so loud I think I might have actually broke a bone! What is causing this? I also have muscle aches, knee pain and a bunch of other stuff. I had blood drawn and they didn't see rheumatoid arthritis.
Avatar n tn Benign Hasimoto's Thyroid Disease (Had Thyroid removed 24 yrs ago) 4. Bowel Disease 5. Rheumatoid Arthritis/Osteoarthritis 6. Migraines 7. Meniere's Disease (Inner ear issue causing Roaring or ringing in ears as well as vertigo) 8. Numerous Allergies 9. TMJ 10. Anxiety (probably due to all of the above- ha ha) I'm forwarding our info to my nephew at Cal Poly so he can research and try and get some answers for us. Might take a few months but I will post any info available as soon as possible.