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... hello, I am very sorry to hear about that... I have had cortisone injections in my knee before and yes, it did make my feet swell. I would tell your doctor about it and have them make sure that is the right decision. I wish you the best of luck. ... (1 replies)
... You're welcome! As I noted in my earlier lengthy post to you regarding what I went through with my left knee, starting last Dec., two cortisone shots in the space of six WEEKS apart failed to help me at ALL. ... (16 replies)
... Unfortunately, the cartilage in the left knee started wearing out much faster than my surgeon or I could have predicted because 8 months after surgery in early Dec, the left knee started really bothering me. ... (56 replies)

... In January, I had a knee arthroscopy to address a suspected tear in my medial meniscus due to pain, mostly dull but occasionally sharp, in my right knee while running. The Department of Veteran's Affairs performed the surgery. ... (0 replies)
... Glad you are getting the nerve blocks done for your neck. I had lumbar region nerve block injections last month on both sides and they've really helped. Now, though, I have to go for nerve blocks to both sacroiliac nerves on August 22nd. ... (16 replies)
... reason. A month later, I was back at my dad's house, still wrapping up the house cleanup. This time, I got up from a rolling desk chair in his den, and my right knee completely buckled on me sending me to the floor, screaming in pain! I could NOT stand on it this time. ... (2 replies)
... told me my knees were in great shape, but after the MRI last November it's finally shown reason for pain. Thankfully every thing else has healed except my right knee which I've had arthroscopic twice the last time removing torn miniscus and bakers cyst. My knee is now bone on bone on the medial side. ... (2 replies)
... Im 24 yo female. diagnosed with paetella femoral syndrome in 2004. after years of physical therapy, taping, cortisone injections, braces, i had a bilateral release done. that being my only option left. that was in jan 2008. ... (1 replies)
... surgical for two TKRs having injured, like you, my right knee about 10 years ago. ... (33 replies)
... Life's so bright I have to wear shades!! I had the first injections in my first series of Euflexxa this morning. Within about 5 minutes I had NO pain in my right knee. ... (48 replies)
Synvisc injections
Jul 24, 2011
... hat would happen. It did wear off after several hours though. I am hoping they will work for me. What I did notice however, is that since I had the injection, my knee gives out on me alot more. Isnt that odd? ... (40 replies)
... nd out of PT for years because I was too young for TKR. Finally found an Ortho Surgeon I liked and trusted. He confirmed I was bone to bone but suggested I try cortisone shots for a time. ... (9 replies)
... I didn't realize that the cortiscone injections can build up over time. I have the flushed face today, slept 4 hrs last night. I have had lots of steroid injections also. Any other symptoms that you are have noticed, too? ... (9 replies)
... For about ten years prior to my bilateral TKRs, I regulary had cortisone injections in both knees and at the end, switched to Synvisc. ... (2 replies)
... he tests done again for the 3rd time because the pain is getting progressively worse! Nobody can seem to agree on what kind of treatment. One doctor says partial knee replacement with osteotomy, another doctor says double osteotomy, another says high femur osteotomy, another says there is nothing they can do.... ... (13 replies)
Synvisc injections
Jul 23, 2011
... no reactions though which is good. It took me a while to be able to stand on it to walk out of the doctors office. I expected it to be more like cortisone injections, but it wasn't. ... (40 replies)
... got 2 injections one in each knee today for pain and swelling. ... (9 replies)
... I have had arthroscopic surgery on both knees. My left knee is doing great but my right knee is giving me fits. I have had cortisone injections, synvisc injections and still no relief. The dr just referred me to a rhumatologist. I am so tired of feeling like crap. My lower spine is swollen and so is my index finger. Ugh! ... (5 replies)
... and they did nothgin. Cortisone helped to postpone my TKR because they said I was too young. Osteoarthritis progressed from fall at age 32 until first TKE at age 56. When Dr. ... (3 replies)
... Interesting about printouts of exercises, PTs that I know now bring the tasks up on their IPAD in the gym and the patient is instructed till they know how to do them and then the exercises and instructions are emailed to the patients computer or IPAD. Changed days. James (9 replies)


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