Use RICE: R=Rest the knee from the painful activity. I=Ice the affected area for 20 minutes, 3 times a day. C=Compress the painful area with an elastic bandage. E=Elevate the leg. If these don't work, try various pain relievers such as aspirin or ibuprofen (some brand names: Advil, Motrin). Doctors may also recommend braces or crutches. As a last resort, doctors recommend surgery. I'm not a doctor, this is not medical advice, but merely information taken from familydoctor.org. I am not responsible for the results of following any of these recommendations.
Osgood Schatters Disease is a painful illness. It is caused by a boney bump under the knee cap that connects to the shin. It is common in young people and seems to lessen with pain over time.
Yes it does it's relieves the pain and tension in the area where the disease is
This is a disease of the knee (has a different name for other body parts)that is caused during children's growing periods where the tendon and the bone are not exactly in synch. In the old days, the cure was bedrest and so on, hoping to avoid any permanent problems. When my son had it, he used the ice and Tylenol and was allowed any activities he could work through as far as the pain. Once his growth slowed down, the problem was resolved. There were no residual effects. Osgood-Schlatters disease. Osgood-Schlatter disease is thought to be caused by chronic microtrauma and it is considered an overuse disorder. The main treatments are symptomatic, including nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as ibuprofen, rest, and putting ice on the area after playing sports. http://www.osgoodschlatter.com/ http://www.sportsinjuryclinic.net/cybertherapist/front/knee/osgood.htm http://pediatrics.about.com/cs/orthopedics/a/osgoodschlatter.htm Y-THINK-Y
Depression, technically it is now considered a disease and could cause being suicidal therefore could kill in 2 weeks. My point is any disease could kill you in 2 weeks depending on it's effects on you. Many disease cause problems that could lead to death eg osgood schlatters (the bone growing faster than the muscle, basically extreme growing pains) can cause weakness in the legs which could cause falling over. If you fell and hit your head you could die. No disease is guaranteed to kill you in 2 weeks but and disease could kill you in 2 weeks. Bu that's not what you wanted me to say so to make you happy, lung disease could kill you within 2 weeks if you were run down as pneumonia can be caused by lung disease
tetanis is the disease caused by bacillus
HIV disease is caused by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus. It is not caused by bacteria.
The common disease caused by virus is influenza.
The deadly disease caused by virus is CANCER.
lime disease is caused mostly by a tick
a)Scurvy is a disease caused by lack of vitamin C or b)cancer is a disease which is not caused by micro-organism
Lyme disease is not caused by spirilla bacteria. It is caused by spirochete. It is caused by Borrelia burgdorferi.
the romans all thought that it was bad swamp air that caused disease, they thought it was natural causes that caused disease whereas, the people in the middle ages thought that it was spirits that caused disease.
what disease is caused by the lack of vitamin B3
Lyme Disease is caused by the spirochete, borrelia burgdorferi.
Mumps are a disease caused by a virus rather than bacteria. A disease can be caused by a bacteria or a virus.
Cancer is a disease caused by uncontrolled cell growth.
lime disease is caused by deer ticks that carry the disease.
Krabbe's disease is caused by a deficiency of the enzyme galactoside beta-galactosidase.
Huntington's disease is caused by a dominant allele
The autoimmune disease caused by the HIV virus is AIDS.
Yes ofcourse micro-organism caused disease for example some infections disease are caused by micro organism and some are caused by parasites
communicable disease are caused by Paleozoic and parasites disease. communicable disease are caused by the unhealthy living style, contaminated food.
Disease caused by intervertebral discs
no its a symtom that could be caused by a disease