It is most likely Osgood Schlatter, which is multiple microfractures below your kneecap. It is commonly cause by growing, and is worsened by going up and down stairs or bending it. At many stores, there are medical bands, or straps that you can wrap around your knee for this. If you get the bands too late, then you need to see a doctor.
There are some things you can try. Ice/Heat application. Ice application is good for recent injuries (within last 48 hours), where your goal is to reduce swelling. Heat application is good for injuries you have for a while, where the goal is to relax and loosen tissues, and stimulate bloodflow to aid the healing process. Stretching. Helps relax the muscles to reduce stress on effected area, increases bloodflow, and can help a great deal with some kinds of knee injuries. Here's some tips - http://orthopedics.about.com/cs/sportsmedicine/ht/stretchingout.htm And then there's always good old rest. Like is said, sometimes all it needs is a chance to recover properly. So be very easy on that leg for a couple weeks, and it might get better on it's own. ibuprofen is an Anti-Inflammatory that can help with pain.
You've got to be kidding? How could a little ferret ever injure or eat a cow? Maybe cooked cow would be eaten by a ferret, sometimes I share my hamburger with him!
Even if the rug is firmly attached to the stairs, over time the attachment can weaken - all things can wear out - and if the rug slips out of position while you are climbing up or down the stairs, this could easily cause you to fall, and possibly injure yourself. If your foot is on a rug that slips off of a stair, then the foot also slips off.
Yes and it could injure you
Maybe if they were small stairs,, I don't think they could climb regular sized stairs.
They could injure or even kill you.
You could use: injure or wound.
Yes, if he has the proper weapons. A man could kill or injure a gorilla badly with a gun, and also a man would be able to injure a gorilla if he threw a knife at its chest.
Could be low pressure; could be a valve in between floors which is off.
no they dont but they could injure the cat .
There is no evidence that it can.
because it could kill or seriously injure you
They could be known as either a stairway, staircase, stairwell, or a flight of stairs.
Bacteria could injure a plant cell by entering them. This is because bacteria is a decomposer and would need to feed and thus adversely affecting the plant.
Yes, it's possible that while you are sleeping you could be in a position that could injure your thumb. The body's senses are diminished while asleep, so a minor thumb sprain could occur without you realizing it.
It depends. If you're describing someone who is actually standing on a step or walking up or down the stairs, you would say "on the stairs". If a person were standing in front of the stairs, you could say "at the stairs" or "at the staircase".
I think that stairs is alot of steps together and steps are only a few in numbers. Also it could be that stairs are inside and steps are outside.
All the sports because you could get injure in your mouth
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Resist what? Sometimes he resists what some children ask for, especially when they ask for dangerous things that could hurt them.
You could investigate, injure, implement, illustrate or identify.
Probably not, as they may try to eat them, and could injure them.
All injuries apply because you could injure anything in sports.
You can increase power by walking up the stairs in LESS time.
1) Yes, a bacteria cell could injure a plant cell by surrounding it and eating it, because bacteria produce chemicals that can damage, kill, or make it grow funny. The bacteria release enzymes which can kill or injure plant cells and then they absorb the nutrients that become available through this action.