It really depends on the size of the tear. There are patches made out of denim which may be ironed on that are easily found. You could also make your own cute patch out of a favorite fabric, back it with heat and bond "light", iron it on the outside of the jeans then sew around the edges with regular thread or a decrative thread. If you use the regular heat and bond or extra hold, you will not need to sew the edges as it is strong enough to stay in place without stitching, plus the needle will gum up if you try to sew through it. Use your imagination and have fun.
Arthroscopic knee surgery is used to treat a verity of ailments. A surgeon can use this minimally invasive procedure to treat such things as torn cartilage, ACL repair and torn tissue repair.
The ACL repair may have been damaged or torn. It may also be a meniscus tear. When you tear your meniscus, the knee seems to pop.
If you like to stand, walk, or run, and you have torn meniscus in your knee, it would be painful.
How much does it cost to repair a torn meniscus
Tendons, ligaments and cartilage can all be torn in the knee.
it could be sore because of a torn tendon in the knee or artheritus
Arthroscopy is the medical term meaning visualization of the interior of a joint, and arthroplasty is the medical term meaning surgical repair of a joint.
No, mine's fine, thank you.
ice it wear a brace on knee if not better Go to the doctor
it has no direct blood supply that cause a slow healing rate^^
Their are many symptoms of a torn meniscus. Some of them are a popping sensation, swelling or stiffness, pain, especially when twisting or rotating the knee, difficulty straightening the knee fully.
Light blue shirt with torn jeans!
Your knee is not stable with a torn meniscus. You can be walking and all of a sudden, the knee can go out. That happened to me and I had surgery to correct the problem. They gave me crutches after the surgery but they weren't really needed.
I am assuming you mean in the knee as this is a common area for torn cartilage. You may be prescribed anti-inflammatories and physical therapy first, but if that fails the curative treatment is arthroscopic knee surgery.
No, if your meniscus is torn a surgeon can remove the torn part with a laser but later in life you will need to have a knee replacement.
Symptoms of a damaged/torn meniscus could be knee pain, swelling of the knee, tenderness when touching the meniscus, popping or clicking with the knee, and limited motion of the knee joint.
You can repair your home carpet by patching torn areas with damaged rugs.
Misalignment of the foot and overpronation are the leading causes of knee pain. These can lead to osteoarthritis or torn ligaments.
About 30 to 45 minutes
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If you have a torn ligament in your knee, you need to try really hard to not use your knee. It would be wise to go to physical therapy and consider getting in touch with a doctor that can monitor your progress. You may need six to eight weeks of therapy.
Levi arrived in san francisco in 1853 and saw that gold digger's pants were torn and were not tough enough for the job so between 1853-1856 is when he made them.