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29.8% of the posts that mention Arthrofibrosis also mention Pain (1,321 posts)

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Arthrofibrosis is a complication of injury or Trauma (medicine) where an excessive fibrosis response leads to painful restriction of joint motion, with scar tissue forming within the joint and surrounding soft tissue spaces and persisting despite rehabilitation exercises and stretches. Scarr... Read more on Wikipedia
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Pain is an unpleasant sensation often caused by intense or damaging stimuli such as stubbing a toe, burning a finger, putting iodine on a cut, and bumping the "funny bone." It motivates withdrawal from damaging or potentially damaging situations, protection of a damaged body part while it heal... Read more on Wikipedia

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successfully.  He attributes this to taking his glucosamine...
...in pain and it's great that you now feel better. You mentioned having a knee replacement.  Is there no chance of having another go at ACI or the latest version of that?  I think DeNovo NT/ET is be...
stimulation.  I had it years ago and remember the pain...
...of walking.  My PTA and I are going to have a long talk Monday and I have no plans to get back on that evil bike.  The eval actually went really well.  She has treated 3 other arthrofibrosis...
release on my left knee and that particular pain is go...
...as is my masseuse (I get lymph drainage as well as deep muscle massage all around the knee and thigh as well here in Germany). With my right knee, I was told that the retro-patella pain I felt...
issues that are affected and on-going pain control is better...
...bad. I was on percocet for 6 months due to a recovery process complicated by arthrofibrosis. So sometimes there are reasons to be on painkillers for an extended period. You said your healing was...
The wife is very nervous about %, because she takes humera...
...pain taht was controlled by taking NSAIDS and walk with noticeable pronounced limp. He also stated long term prognosis poor. I complete my final physical on 27 may, then going to send my package to...
to be on a routine that works. Why mess with success? As you...
...My ortho started talking about me weaning off them at the two week visit and I wasn't \"free\" until the six month mark due to arthrofibrosis. Everyone is different. You seem to be on...
So my knees feel great......it's natural to have soreness...
...Celebrex always helped me but haven't had an OS to precribe it for me for some time.  I am so happy you're trying the Astym!  I feel you will really have relief!  I have had so much....it's change...
pain (this in spite of being on morphine and codeine)...
...or anyone else with primary arthrofibrosis.  I am awaiting tests to ...than a few blocks without pain (this in spite of being on morphine and codeine) I don't call...
pain. I think maybe for a day or two I took a percocet q...
I did not have much pain. I think maybe for a day or two I took a percocet q 4 hours but ...the slow route paid off. Arthrofibrosis in my opinion is a ...I was tired of the pain, and I think ...
need it.....want to get off it!  Am getting a scooter (throu...
...time bending it!  Still on morphine.  I told them I was on morphine and would love to get to the point where I don't need it.....want to get off it!  Am getting a scooter (through my pain...
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