BURSITIS Symptoms, Causes & Treatments

BURSITIS Symptoms, Causes & Treatments


Bursitis is the inflammation or
irritation of the bursa the bursa is a small sac filled with lubricating fluid
located between tissues such as bone muscle tendons and skin Bercy help to
decrease friction rubbing and irritation and help your joints move with ease
there are more than 150 Bercy in your body first situs occurs when a bursa
becomes inflamed this results in pain and discomfort the pain may be gradual
building up over time or may be sudden and severe especially if calcium
deposits are present symptoms autism signs range in severity from mild to
disabling every child is different however the following are considered to
be red flags that indicate your child is at risk for autism if your child shows
any of these signs please do not hesitate to contact a physician and ask
for an evaluation inconsistent or absent responding when the child’s name is
called no big smiles or warm joyful expressions by six months or after no
back-and-forth sharing of smiles sounds and other facial expressions by nine
months no babbling by 12 months no back-and-forth gestures such as showing
pointing reaching or waving by 12 months no words by 16 months no meaningful
two-word phrases not including imitating or repeating by 24 months any loss of
speech babbling or social skills at any age causes bursitis is most often caused
by repetitive motions II overuse or direct minor impact on the area such as
from such activities as repeated bumping or prolonged pressure from kneeling less
often bursitis is caused from a sudden more serious injury
other examples of the sources of bursitis include one or more of the
following play or work activities that cause overuse or injury to the joint
areas for example oh gardening Oh raking oak carpentry Oh
shoveling Oh pain ting Oh scrubbing Oh sports tennis golf throwing and pitching
etc in correct posture injury stress on the soft tissues from an abnormal or
poorly positioned joint or bone such as leg length differences or arthritis in a
joint other diseases or conditions rheumatoid arthritis gout psoriasis
thyroid disease or an unusual drug reaction and rarely from infection many
times the cause of per site is unknown treatments treatment goals include
reduction in pain and inflammation as well as preserving mobility and
preventing disability and recurrence treatment recommendations may include a
combination of rest splints heat and cold application more advanced treatment
options include non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as
ibuprofen or naproxen corticosteroid injections given by your healthcare
provider injections work quickly to decrease the inflammation and pain
physical therapy that includes range of motion exercises and splinting this can
be very beneficial surgery when other treatments are not effective every
individual needs unique treatment and care we encourage people with bursitis
and their families to learn as much as possible about the latest medical
treatment and approaches as well as healthy lifestyle choices please
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illness stay strong live long thank you

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