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Meniscus Tears

Elliptical Exercise & Meniscus Tears

Meniscus tears typically occur with twisting forces or degenerative wear on the knee. Some tears may heal on their own with rest a...
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Strengthening Exercises for Lateral Meniscus Tears

Meniscal tears are commonly occurring knee injuries. Menisci are the wedge-shaped cartilage pieces that act as shock absorbers in ...
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How Long Does it Take to Rehab From Meniscus Surgery?

Meniscus injuries -- tears in the shock-absorbing structure in your knee joints -- are the most common type of knee injury in peop...
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How to Rehab a Torn Meniscus

A meniscus is a wedge-shaped piece of rubbery cartilage that sits between the bones in your knee joint. Each knee has two menisci,...
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Will Walking Re-Tear a Meniscus?

The meniscus, which is a structure located within the knee joint, is a common site for injuries. Treatment for a damaged meniscus ...
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Can You Use a Treadmill With a Torn Miniscus?

The knee is the largest joint in the body. Composed of three bones -- the femur, or thigh bone, the tibia, or shin, and the kneeca...
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Acupuncture and Inner Meniscus Tear

Acupuncture is a therapy that involves inserting thin needles into specific points on the body to elicit a specific reaction. Alth...
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