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Treatment of Shin Splints
Treatment of Splinting
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Sports And Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
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I've been experiencing current kind of a thing for quite some time in the left hand palm. Could that be something to worry?
My wife is 30 years old. She is facing problem of pain in her legs. And always feel lazyness. What is the solution for it?
She is healthy so her bmr is above normal bmr. Her height is 5.3 inches. She suffers from gastric problems and joint pains. She has been suffering since a long time now. And no medicine has proved to be a successful one. They all just give her momentarily relief. What should she do. Please help. Since she is working, so she is also not able to do any exercise routines. Are there any alternatives.
Hi Sir, My mom is 61 years old and is suffering from lower back pain lowering down to the legs. This is for past 8-9years wherein we took her to one of the neurosurgeon and he suggested to take the MRI in year 2008. We took MRI of my Mom (then 53 years old) and Doc suggested to go for operative procedure at neck first and then for back later. The neck surgery at C6-C7 was performed then in year 2008 and now my Mom complains that she is suffering badly from the back ache (during that time the MRI report suggested to have disc bulge at L4-L5 compressing the nerve). Please suggest me as what would be the good option for her to get rid of the critical problem she is having. Basically she suffers with this problem when she sits and wants to stand up OR when she wants to sit from standing position. Also, please let me know which department (like ortho, neuro, Ayurveda, acupuncture, acupressure, etc.) would be the good option to get the back pain treated permanently. You suggestion/advice would be of great help and she wants to get rid of the problem which is unbearable.
She has a lot of joint pain in foot and he can not walk very good. Give the name of medicine to improve. Pain.
I have been suffering from knee pain. I can not sit long time. Also I don't travel more please give me some suggestions. Thanks.
Hi I am 20 years old. I have been suffering from back pain about 1 year. There is a node like thing on the left side of my lower back and I think that is causing the pain. What is the node like thing?
Due to the hectic schedule and regular bad eating habits and the changed style of relaxing with tv and high-headed pillow caused many health problems in the society. Here we focus on the remedies for general problems, cervical patients and low back pain patients.
For good mental and physical health, the stress and strain should be minimised or avoided by everyone. The patient must be assured of getting the right treatment. Daily rehabilitation is the principle of treatment, hence, prolong rest should be avoided at every cost. Ignorance of physical posture causes many problems; therefore postural education is of great importance for the patients. Patients should go for regular exercises like walking, swimming, exercises to increase the spinal mobility, maintain the range of motion with exercises, exercises for back muscles as advised by a physiotherapist. It is important to mention that personal hygiene is very important. One should not forget to take proper diet as advised by the physiotherapist. The patient should keep in mind the generated stress during their office hours; therefore, the working hours may be reduced or patients should take breaks in the day. One should avoid the high impact exercises such as jumping or running, strenuous sporting activity and sudden uncontrolled movements. Cars are an inevitable part of our daily routine but we should always use seat belts while driving. Many muscle relaxants are advised and thongs of advice are available in many forms today, but a patient should follow the guidelines of his or her physiotherapist and over use of muscle relaxants must be avoided.