Myofascial Release

< REFRESH >
Topic Title: Myofascial Release
Created On: 01/19/2005 07:03 PM

View topic in raw text format.

Bookmark and Share

 01/20/2005 05:46 PM

Author Icon
rbrower

Posts: 14

The injury was a type 3 and was repaired using a modified Weaver-Dunn. An allograft tendon was used to stabilize the joint and the original ligaments were re-connected. Obviously this is an over simplified explanation. The joint appears to be stable but the pain continues, especially while walking/standing for more than a few minutes....I am hoping that the myofascial therapy provides a degree of relief.
    REPLY     Quote     Top     Bottom    
 01/19/2005 10:30 PM

Author Icon
Matthewgi

Posts: 55

Hi, I was just curious about the method used to reconstruct your AC? What was it? Did you have an AC III injury?
    REPLY     Quote     Top     Bottom    
 01/19/2005 07:03 PM

Author Icon
rbrower

Posts: 14

Injury was a AC separation in 11/02, AC reconstruction surgery in 7/04. Function is back to 80% but constant pain / deep aching continues. At this point Ortho says there is nothing else he can do. His formal diagnosis at this time is referred pain syndrome (I believe it is the same as myofascial pain). Has anyone had an experience with Myofascial Release? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
    REPLY     Quote     Top     Bottom    

Bookmark and Share

View topic in raw text format.
< REFRESH >
 Register
 Login
 Main Page
 MedTech News
Tech & Innovation
Living With a Device
 Education Center
Diagnostic Tests
Conditions
Procedures
Women's Health
Companies
Online Resources
Video Library
Dr. Christopher Kwolek  MedTech  Hero™
Dr. Christopher Kwolek:
Pioneering New Blood Clot Treatments.
About Heroes
 Community
MedTech1 Forums
 Advocacy Center
Contact Congress
Find a Patient Group
 Bookmark Us
 
advertisement
Home About Us Press Jobs Advertise With Us Contact Us
advertisement
© 2019 Body1 All rights reserved.
Disclaimer: The information provided within this website is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for consultation with your physician or healthcare provider. The opinions expressed herein are not necessarily those of the Owners and Sponsors of this site. By using this site you agree to indemnify, and hold the Owners and Sponsors harmless, from any disputes arising from content posted here-in.

test