NEW ORLEANS — The knee is a tough injury to fix.
It’s a problem for players with the athleticism to be able to keep playing, but not a problem when it comes to players with less.
The blue ridge fracture, which can occur in one or both knees and has been linked to the same injury in several cases, is particularly tricky.
Most commonly, it occurs in one knee, and most injuries heal without the need for surgery.
“It’s hard to get in and get out of it, because you’re on your right knee and the hip flexors are on the right side,” New Orleans Pelicans guard Jrue Holiday said.
“It’s tough to get out because you can’t get in there and get your hip flexor out.
So it’s a lot of pain.”
There is no treatment or surgery that can help the left ankle in this situation, but there are several treatments.
Holiday’s knee, which was recently reattached to his right ankle, has not been affected.
Dr. David Andrews, orthopedist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, said that in this type of injury, there are some treatments available that can prevent the swelling in the area.
Andrews said that a high-level group of people who have received similar treatment has been able to reduce swelling in a very short period of time.
A recent study by the team of researchers led by Andrews and Dr. Brian McQuaid of Baylor College of Medicine found that using a combination of anti-inflammatories, heat-activated colloids and laser therapy, the average duration of pain relief was two to four weeks.
In other words, the treatments worked in a matter of weeks, with some people experiencing only a mild pain relief.
Other treatments have been used by athletes, including an exercise regimen and even a combination with steroids, but Andrews said that the best treatment is to use compression and foam-based exercises, which he called “the best-treating way to prevent the inflammation.”
“There’s not a lot that can be done to stop the inflammation in the ankle,” Andrews said.
For most of the NBA, the NBA’s governing body, the Players Association, does not allow any of these treatments because of the potential risk of long-term side effects.
However, there is a small group of players who do receive them.
According to a recent study conducted by researchers at the University of Michigan, one of the most common treatments for the ankle is compression-based ankle casts, in which a cast is placed on the inside of the ankle.
This type of treatment has helped reduce the swelling that occurs in the knee, Andrews said, but does not eliminate the issue.
Additionally, there have been instances in which the players have suffered from inflammation-related symptoms that required surgery, and Andrews said there is an increased risk of that happening in the future.
“I think that that’s why we’re concerned,” Andrews told ESPN.com.
“I think the knee is such a fragile structure.
It’s a very delicate joint and we know that once it’s injured, it’s almost impossible to replace.”