How Long Is The Recovery In The Foot After A Cyst Surgery Baker?
I am 19 years old, 1 month I have been operating a cyst behind my left knee. But until now I have not been able to walk normally, the left leg is rather crooked when straightened the way is like there is a odd number, the veins are sore, sore too. Can I walk normally again? If possible, how long will it take to recover so that I can walk normally quickly? Thank you
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Beker cyst is a condition of a buildup of joint fluid behind the knee joint. Usually this occurs due to excess production of joint fluid that accumulates where excess production is related to knee joint inflammation (osteoarthritis) or a history of trauma to the knee or occurs without apparent cause.
Symptoms are felt is a lump in the back of the knee that can be accompanied by pain, especially when it affects the surrounding nerves. And limited movement because there are lumps formed
One way to get rid of lumps and symptoms that are felt is by surgery. The surgical procedure will usually require recovery of around 1 to 3 months to be able to resume normal activities. To trigger an improvement in the condition, you should do physiotherapy so that the joint areas are used to move and prevent stiffness.
Some things that can also be done to support the healing process are
1. Movement slowly and train to continue to move so that the surrounding support muscles are not stiff
2. Cold water compress for comfortable effect
3. When resting position the foot with the thought so that it does not put too much strain on the foot
If the pain is severe, feeling relieved with swelling, palpable fluid around the area of surgery should consult your father again to a surgeon or bone specialist because there is a risk of surgery such as infection or recurrence (fluid retention)
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