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Back Pain Treatment
Treatment of Joint Pain
Treatment of Leg Pain
Treatment of Knee Pain
Treatment of Hand Pain
Treatment of Shoulder Pain
Treatment of Foot Pain
Treatment of Lower Back Pain
Treatment of Bone Fracture
Treatment of Arm Pain
Knee Pain Treatment
Treatment of Finger Pain
Treatment of Hip Pain
Treatment of Heel Pain
Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Elbow Pain
Treatment of Spondylitis
Treatment of Strains
Treatment of Slip Disc
Treatment of Ankle Sprain
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Hi sir, I am naresh I facing several times joint pains that's why I am not running or walking so far what is the best median control the knee joint pains and what are the exercises I do please suggest them and one the I am using ortho get ointment it's better for only 3 to 5 hours relief so please tell me the suggestion and guidance. Thanking you sir.
Hi Sir, Mein jyada chalta hu to back ki left side pe pain ya chakkar se lgte hai. Mera central nervous system baar baar weak ho jata hai. Baki aap btao mujhe kya hai. Kyuki blood test sare thik hai. Please btaye kahi meri jaan na chali jayr. Age 32 hai. weight 125.
The front part of my sole of left foot has swollen from a few days. There is no pain. What may be the problem .Please explain.
I can't get rid of shin splints. Its happening again and again. My age 25, weight 87 kg, waist 36. Please tell the core reason.
Dear Doctor, I have tingling in my palms and feet since April. Besides I also started having neck pain, followed by back and now knee pain. I was asked to undergo blood tests but everything was normal. I had vitamin deficiency in November and had same symptoms but this time it was not deficiency thing. MRI of the neck region was taken but even that did not help the doctors much as it showed a little findings which the doctor said is common with people who sit for long hours on computer. Also the physiotherapy here did not help. The process here is very slow. So I would like to travel to India and proceed with diagnosis. Who would be the most appropriate doctor (specialist) to address this issue and how should I approach the same?
Hi. Recently I got married am doing household works due to that am getting knee pains. I thought that is due to work pressure. Is my guess correct. If not suggest me any medication.
Hi, I have complete acl tear in my left knee. I have time till my surgery till then I want to lose some weight and strengthen my leg muscles. Please suggest.
I am 24 years old in my stomach. Correctly at the end of my left rib. I found a light swelling. But it is not found in my right side. I am doing exercise daily. So will it be the reason for swelling? Give me a advice.
What are the benefits of physiotherapy in joint complaints?
- It reduces pain which in turn helps you reduce your intake of painkillers.
- In some cases, it prevents chances of surgery, and also increases the capacity of the joint to function for the longer period of time.
- It improves mobility, and movement of the joints.
- It avoids fall which is usually common in the joint complaint and improves the balance of the patients.
How physiotherapy help in the joint complaint?
Physiotherapy includes following methods to improve the joint complaints:
1. Local applications
Application of ice packs to soothe hot, swollen joints and application of heat packs to relax tense, tired muscles is usually done.
2. Splinting of joints
In cases of rheumatoid arthritis where joint complaints flare ups at that time splinting of the joints helps to the greater extent. Immobilization of the joint with splint helps to avoid further damage of soft tissues, and nerves.
3. Trans-cutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) therapy
It helps by blocking pain messages from affected joint to the brain, and it alters the perception of pain. It is done by using a small machine with an electronic device which sends impulses to the nerve endings, and this is attached with the pads which are placed on the skin. This device causes a tingling sensation that gives soothing effects to the joint.
4. Gradual increasing daily exercises
Exercise should be started slowly, and it should increase slowly. This helps to strengthen the muscles and joints and increases fitness. Regular exercise also stimulates the production of endorphin which is one of the best pain-relieving hormones.
5. Massage therapy
Physiotherapy also includes massage therapy which helps to relax the muscles, helps to improve joint movement, and makes more comfortable movements.
Sometimes, acupuncture is also used to stimulate the brain to produce endorphins.
Hydrotherapy includes exercise in the warm water pool. It is mostly used in osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. The warm water in the pool increases circulation during exercise, and due to the buoyancy of water, the joint, and muscles can be exercised without any unnecessary pressure on it.
In which ultrasound is used to deliver certain medications such as topical steroids, painkillers to decrease the inflammation of joints.
9. Use of light therapy
In light therapy, infrared waves are used to raise body temperature which ultimately increases blood circulation. It gives fast pain relief and reduces inflammation.