FAQ

1. A couple of months ago I dislocated my knee. It was swollen for a week after the dislocation. I had X-rays done, the bones were not broken. One month after the injury I resumed sport activities, but my knee got swollen again. When I don\'t do sport, there is no swelling. What would you recommend?
Your external meniscus is injured. You should undergo an MRI and consult a trauma surgeon.

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2. After strain I feel slight pain in my shoulder for a while. After physical load my arm hurts so much that I can\'t move it. What should I do?
You have a impigment syndrome. You should undergo an MRI and consult a trauma surgeon. Shoulder block could help you.

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3. I suffered shoulder injury last summer. It hurt for a while, then the pain disappeared. Two months ago my injured shoulder started to hurt again, I could not lean against my arm. Now it hurts only when my arm is bent for a long time or if I carry something heavy. What should I do?
You should undergo shoulder joint sonoscopy and consult a trauma surgeon.

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4. What should I do to get rid of crepitation in the knees? Crepitation is usually heard when I squat or get on my knees. If I have to stay on my knees for a while, I feel slight pain.
It may be caused by various reasons - cartilage issue, meniscus issue or a degenerative disease. You must undergo X-ray examination and consult a doctor.

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5. When I was skiing, I fell down and hurt my knee. It was swollen and it hurt for two weeks. I didn\'t consult a doctor. Now I have started to do sport. It hurts after sport, sometimes I can\'t get support when I move.
You may suffer from injury of anterior cruciate ligament. You should undergo an MRI and consult a trauma surgeon. If the pain disturbs you, a surgery is recommended.

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