Thread: Vet/mod/dr Help
04-25-2005, 09:20 PM #1
Got the results verbally over the phone today, and have been diagnosed with patella Tendonosis, not tendonitis. Apparantly it is a degeneration of collagen. I have had this knee problem for 1 year, and have dedicated 1 yr of tyring to get rid of Tendonitis, which, I don't have..
Time and effort was put into this recovery, and now this... I was diagnosed wrong, by a top NY doc., and now I have to go to a specialist and figure my next step. Anyone have any info or advice is greatly appreciated, you have no idea. The thought of not being able to be highly active scares me.. thanx again bro's
04-25-2005, 09:51 PM #2
bump doc appointment is tommorow afternoon, can't sleep.
04-25-2005, 10:50 PM #3
not sure if it's entirely applicable to your problem, it's best for degenerative cartilage problems, but has a big benefits all the way around for joints - adequan. also, for serious chronic inflammation, ballplayers inject (sp?) hydraulon sulfate, available from TLR.
BTW - no point in asking your doc for adequan, it's been approved in europe (under the name arteparon), and is working miracles out there, but the US hasn't approved it yet. adequan is the US vet version
Last edited by MMA; 04-26-2005 at 03:00 PM.
04-26-2005, 08:51 AM #4Originally Posted by MMA
04-26-2005, 10:43 AM #5
One word! Wobenzyme
The cure all for knee problems by far. My GF had knee problems for her whole life, my Natural Pathic doc and Endo teacher recommended wobenzyme (i should mention she was also developing a bakers syst) and 4 weeks of treatment she's trouble free and has been for about a year now. your case may be worse, but there is no down side to using wobenzyme. Her GP had her on Nsaids with little to no results and once i got her to stop taking the nsaids and switch to wobenzyme (which is costly) she went back to her doc and he was amazed and told her to keep doing whatever she's doing.
04-26-2005, 11:15 AM #6Originally Posted by Mallet
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