Can throwing a baseball be the cause of synovitis?
Every time I go to throw a baseball I have pain in my elbow. I was just wondering if baseball could cause this. Also tell me symptoms and treatment.
i guess it could. how old are you? im assuming since ur asking bout baseball that you are a younger individual. in which case, ive NEVER seen this diagnosis in a young person without a more severe diagnosis attached with it such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, gout or osteoarthritis. do you have any of those? were u diagnosed with synovitis or u just pullin a diagnosis outta ur back side? (+ info
What kind of doctor should one see in the case of an elbow synovitis?
This seems to be the result of a strain on the right elbow.
Orthopedic Surgeon (+ info
I had a ped patient who's diagnosis was Hip pain R/O synovitis, what is the pathophysiology?
I am a student. when i talk about the pathophysiology and the signs & symptoms, should I include synovitis? Hip Pain is not a disease and i can't find pathophysiology for hip pain. I am confused. would some nurse help me? I appreciate that
Perhaps you can use acute pain or synovitis for your pathophysiology.
Hope this helps. (+ info
what are the causes of synovitis in neck?
hi , i recently diagnised with synovitis in my neck
, what are the exact/different causes of synovitis
Synovitis is the medical term for inflammation of a synovial membrane, which line those joints which possess cavities, namely synovial joints. The condition is usually painful, particularly when the joint is moved. The joint usually swells due to fluid collection.
Synovitis is a risk in several forms of arthritis as well as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, gout, and other conditions. Synovitis is one part of distinguishing rheumatoid arthritis from other forms of arthritis, although it can be found mildly in Osteoarthritis. Long term occurrence of synovitis can result in degeneration of the joint.
Therefore you need to find out what TYPE of Arthritis you might have. Best of Luck (+ info
Medical Diagnosis RT Hip pain R/O synovitis, what does that mean?
This is my niece's diagnosis. I really don't understand what it really means. Does R/O mean synovitis is not there & it's not the reason for hip pain? if not, what could be the cause of hip pain
R/O means rule-out... they still need to do more testing to rule-out synovitis. Synovitis is inflammation of the membrane that lines your joints (synovial membrane). It can be very painful and is quite common in children. Could be virus related and could be temporary.
Personally speaking, at this point your niece doesn't have a diagnosis! Right now they say she has hip pain, but Duh, she knows that.
What they should rule out is a bacterial infection. (+ info
What causes Synovitis?
I am working as a software engineer from past 2 years .I was suffering from Headache(left side),neck pain and 24 hours dizziness,spinning from past one year .Yesterday i consulted a famous Neurologist. After having MRI scan for Brain and spinal chord, the doctor confirmed Migraine Head ache and Synovitis .
I used to smoke two cigarreres a day,
Can anybody tell me what had caused me Synovitis .
Is it chronic disease
synovitis is inflamamtion of the synovial sheath which is what cushions the joints and allowes tendons, etc to move freely without pain....
Where is the synovitis at? in your neck?? The dizziness could be from the constant migraines ... if thats what im understanding.. you're getting dizziness, neck pain, constant head pain for over a year....
thats good you stopped smoking... because that never helps anyything
synovitis can be caused by injury to the joints or just getting old age or wear and tare arthritis (osteoarthritis). It can also come from having a rheumatic disease like rheumatoid arthritis or other condition like that you may or may not have. Im sure the doctor would have told you that if you did.
Synovitis could be temporary but really it depends on what it is from. It's more like a symptom. If you got it from say an injury, than once it heals, you will be okay but if you got it from a underlying rheumatic disease, than it will be much harder to go away.... the synovitis will likely be treated and get better but the rheumatic disease is chronic.
You need to see a neurologist about the migraines and neck issues and see what they tell you to do next.
You might just have overuse from your job and thats how its showing itself.
They can do things to help like steriod injections in the area where the swelling is, taking oral antiinflammatories if needed, learnign some proper body mechanics and taking medications to help treat the migraines. (+ info
what is synovitis?
I have synovitis in my left calf. I also have oeseoarthritis.
Synovitis is the medical term for inflammation of a synovial membrane, which line those joints which possess cavities, namely synovial joints.
The condition is usually painful, particularly when the joint is moved. The joint usually swells due to fluid collection.
Synovitis is a risk in several forms of arthritis as well as lupus, gout, and other conditions. Synovitis is one part of distinguishing rheumatoid arthritis from other forms of arthritis, although it can be found mildly in Osteoarthritis.
Long term occurrence of synovitis can result in degeneration of the joint.
Symptoms of synovitis can be treated by a doctor with anti-inflammatory drugs including such as NSAIDs. Specific treatment depends on determining the cause of the synovitis. (+ info
Does anyone know anything about synovitis and treatment/rehabilitation options?????
Steroid injections, but that can deteriorate synovial lining.
Joint replacement, but only after a certain age. Glucosamine./chondritin supplements, but those are not effective for everyone who takes them and they take a while to see results.
Lots of people just end up taking anti-inflammatory meds and dealing with the pain. (+ info
what can cause synovitis?
My doctor says I have synovitis. Can lifting heavy boxes all day cause this or is this just something you get like arthrist?
Here is a link that will help you
synovitis and a permanent fix ive had 4 arthosopy's now... don't want a 5th knee surgery?
ive had 4 knee surgery's (arthroscopy's) now i just had my last one about 3 weeks ago and am still healing from that. Healing time has been more grueling and much longer as this is my fourth surgery. I have synovitis and the tell me there is no permanent cure i just have to hope it doesn't come back it has no 4 times.... i don't want a knee replacement before im 30 (im 22) which is where im heading so if anyone has any info that would help id appreciate it thanx...
There is no cure but treatment is generally rest, ice and anti-imflamatory medication. Have you tired cortisone injections into the joint? Really this is a question for an Orthopedic specialist. Have you not discussed this with your doctor already? (+ info
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