Yes, you can. The degree of curve cannot be more than 30 of Thoracic and 20 of Lumbar. You can't join also if it has an obvious affect on physical performance. I personally just signed up and am fully processed to go into Airborne Rangers and I have a massive upper curve. It's all about endurance, if I can join the Army Rangers with an upper curve, you can join the military too! Stay happy, tell yourself you're healing, and workout your back muscles and you can join the military with scoliosis.
I tried to enter the army many years ago, I was turned down, I had my Scolisois surgery in 1989 and they would not entertain me joining at all, you will be asked to have a medical anyway, if their medical professor feels you are not fit enough, they will refuse you. It wouldn't hurt to join up and at least find out, their rules may be different now, however, because I had surgery I was deemed not fit enough, my curve was 76º at surgery. Having a good muscle core will help your spine and therefore the army may well be good for your Scoliosis, they will at least keep you fit and supple, there are many Ballerinas with Scoliosis but because they have very fit muscles in the spine, they hardly notice pain or problems, until they stop Ballet! ;) I hope all goes well for you and that you are accepted into the army. This question really depends on where your curve is, what the degree of curve you have and what position you would assume in the army. For example, I had surgery in 1989 to correct my Scoliosis and I could not entertain going into the army (depsite the fact they wouldn't take me), I can't pick up heavy objects and I certainyl couldn't run with a back pack on! Exercise is good for a Scoliosis curve, if you have fit strong back muscles, this will support your spine more, if you have a 20º curve you shoukdn't have problems, however if you have over 50º curve, you are considered for surgery, the army would not allow you entry for this reason.
* Dewon Brazelton, Underwent reconstructive knee surgery and Tommy John surgery before graduating from high school
rey mysterio kicked in a match with his knee and cody claims he need reconstructive surgery
yes just make sure it is documented in your records just incase you reinjure the knee. Also, be aware that this is a pre-existing condition and the military is not abligated if you start having issues to give you compensation.
The best way to find out exactly how long can you run after having knee surgery would be to speak with your physician. They are the best source to letting you know when to run again.
A knee brace has its own benefits especially after knee surgery. One, there's mainly the problem of additional damage to the weak bone of the knee after knee surgery.
well in my own personal opinion i would say no but it would be a critical mistake had he made u have knee surgery after giving blood.
Ideally knee osteotomy is a surgical alternative of knee replacement surgery. So many times patients are reluctant to undergo knee replacement surgery and they search for alternatives. Knee osteotomy is a technique which was used to treat arthritic knee pain when there was less awareness about knee replacement or simply patient can not go for knee replacement. But when knee osteotomy also does not give the satisfactory result patient then can go for knee replacement surgery. Having said that it would be a complicated surgery compared to routine knee replacement surgery. Hope it helps.
The average cost of knee surgery in San Francisco is $15,800. This applies only to minimal knee surgery such as arthroscopic surgery.
segond fracture of the knee the surgery
no he is having knee surgery that's why he hasn't been on smackdown
Most likely after he recovers from having knee surgery.
The average cost of knee surgery without health insurance is around $10,500. However, it depends on the type of knee surgery you need.
Pain, discomfort, deformity, unstable knee and frequent locking of the knee will indicate the need for surgery
Yes you can break your kneecap. If you did, it is very important to go to the hospital. if you wait too long, they might not be able to fix it with surgery. if you go now, you will probably have to have surgery, but its better than not having a knee. :)
will medicare cover knee replacement surgery?
No, because it is metal and it can affect your operation.
no Maryse currently returned to the WWE after having knee surgery.
The surgery is not complicated, however a total knee ligament replacement surgery is not common.
How do you break the scar tissue after knee surgery so i can bend my knee with out pain
Arthroscopy is the most common surgical alternative to knee revision surgery.
He didn't hurt his knee when he was young, he hurt his knee a few months ago. And he does have to get surgery for it. But for right now he wears a knee brace.
Arthroscopic knee surgery can happen under many circumstances; torn cartilage, ligament surgery, water on the knee, patella damage, etc: This form of surgery is used as often as possible as the complications are often less.
If you have arthoscopy surgery you leave pretty much as soon as you wake up, unless your not feeling well and the most 2 hours. If its a open knee surgery much longer but they still dont keep you in overnight unless something serious happens.
It is minimal invasive surgery of the knee. A small cut is made to introduce a camera and with this visual guidance, surgery is done on the knee with small instruments thus avoiding big scar and quick recovery
One could consult a doctor or medical professional for knee joint replacement surgery. Orthopedic surgeons perform knee joint replacement surgery in hospitals and private outpatient surgery centers.