Infants who have clearly positive Ortolani or Barlow tests should be referred to an orthopedist
"If you encase the foot in a shoe, it's not going to get as strong and capable of developing an arch," the orthopedist
For example, the gynecologist may know a patient's history of endometriosis, which can cause back pain, but the patient may not understand the connection and fail to mention endometriosis to the orthopedist
consulted for the backache.
James Garrick, San Francisco Ballet School's orthopedist
, three out of four aerobic injuries don't result in disability.
It would be a good idea, if you have a history of back pain, to see an orthopedist
. A more likely scenario, however, is that you're just plain tight.
A physical therapist or orthopedist
can evaluate your natural turnout by manipulating your hip joints in the passive position.
Please find a board-certified physiatrist, neurologist or orthopedist
and get to the bottom of this, and then begin an appropriate treatment plan.
ALSO ESTIMATES THAT IT COULD TAKE ME UP TO A YEAR TO RECOVER.
I would recommend that you consult with an experienced, sports-minded physical therapist (your podiatrist or orthopedist
can give you a referral), and begin an intensive program of physical therapy, which should include corrective stretches and exercises for the entire lower limb, deep friction massage, and formal gait and orthotic assessment.
If you have been diagnosed with osteoarthritis or degenerative joint disease, don't be surprised if your orthopedist
suggests an alternative therapy sold over the counter at virtually every drug store and grocery store.
If the pain continues, see a physical therapist or orthopedist
for a correct diagnosis and treatment plan.
If these measures are not effective, see an orthopedist
who can evaluate your knees and provide accurate recommendations.