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Treatment of Headaches
Treatment of Neck Pain
Treatment of Lower Back Pain
Treatment of Nerve Pain
Treatment of Fibromyalgia
Back Pain Treatment
Neck Pain Treatment
Treatment of Spondylosis
Treatment Of Disk Slip
Chronic Pain Management
Treatment Of Herniated Disc
Treatment of Facial Pain
Treatment of Disc Prolapse
Treatment of Muscle Pain Skeleton System
Cancer Pain Management
Epidural And Spinal Anesthesia Techniques
Pain Management Counseling
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Tried many doctors about my lower back pain but didn't find any improvement. But in Dr Ruchi Gupta's Pain Clinic in the first treatment I found 50 % improvement in me. Now its improving day by day. Thanxz to Dr. Ruchi Gupta for honest advice and treatment.
I am having stomach pain from since long time. After eating food the pain is more. The pain is around the naval and upper portion and I feel floating and burning sense inside my stomach.
Hi Sir I am using a skin lightning cream from past 12 months and it has given me nice results but from the last 2-3 months the cream is troubling me. Often my skin especially the regions near nose, chin and below eyes becomes reddish. And if I apply moisturizer it starts paining. But there is no inflammation. I don't know what to do please guide me. Thank you.
I did push ups two days before. But my thoracic spinal is in pain from yesterday. I am able to move Any angle but that particular region in pain. What is the problem?
I feel suicidal every time. There is something going on with me and I can not share it with my family. Since few months I cry every day. I don't feel like doing something new. I just want the pain to stop and only way I can see it through ending my life.
I am 22 years old. I am having a knot kind of lump from inside in brain. It is small but can be felt. It does not causing any problem but when I am pressing it, it is paining. I just wanted to know whether it is a serious problem or shall I ignore it? Should I go for a diagnose? I have noticed this problem since 5-10 days. Please help me.
Sir I have only one problem in my headache. Whenever I used laptop my head gone pain. And also eyes gone pain. Pls help me sir.
Ice packs and heating pads are the way to go when in pain. Treating pain with hot and cold therapy can be very effective for several conditions or injuries and easily affordable as well. However, the tricky part can be deciding when to apply hot and when to apply cold. At times, the therapy can include both the types.
As a general rule of thumb, ice is used for acute injuries or pain with characteristics of swelling or inflammation and heat is used for easing muscle pain or stiffness. Ultimately, both the therapies work well for treating pain.
How does heat and cold therapy relieve pain?
Both the therapies stimulate the body’s healing response. Heat therapy dilates the blood vessels, promotes blood circulation and alleviates muscle spasms. Additionally, it also alters the sensation of pain. Heat therapy employs heating pads or heating lamps for direct application of heat and also moist heat like warm baths, heated wash cloths or heated pads.
On the other hand, cold therapy constricts the blood vessels, reduces swelling and numbs any deep pain. At first, applying ice may be uncomfortable, but it helps by soothing acute pain. Cold therapy employs ice packs, coolant sprays, ice bath and also cryo-stretching, which uses cold to reduce muscle spasms during stretching.
- Using heat and ice. Whether you are using a hot pack or a cold therapy, ensure you apply the right temperature.
- When applying heat, it should not be too hot or it may lead to burns or scalds. The skin must be checked at regular intervals. Heat should not be applied to a new injury as it can increase bleeding around the injured area and make it worse. Heat is helpful for the following problems:
- Ice has been used for a long time to treat soft tissue injuries, where there is swelling. It is used to manage pain in the short term and can also be used on a long term basis to treat pain. Cold therapy is helpful in the following ways:
- Precautions when using ice and heat
Hi I recently gave birth to a baby girl just 8 days old. My question and worry about is anesthesia given to me during Cesarean and side affects. That day as human mistake I unknowingly had a sip of water before anesthesia or antibiotics were given .so said the said to doctor they gave ondem injection and one gastric before anesthesia was given and later due to a bad or untrained nurse I was given an antibiotic on third day as usual on wrist which she injected forcefully into the nerve through a pipe. It pained like hell. I almost screamed to peaks. The antibiotic did not go into the nerve. It blocked and swelled the wrist. It took three days to reduce the swelling on its own. My right head side full sweating. Due to humidity. And it's cold entire face on right. And even on eight side neck. My legs started swelling .I don't think it's water that caused swelling. Can you say why these many changes in this Cesarean.
In recent times, there has been an upsurge in the instances of leg pain. People from all age groups, irrespective of their gender, are being affected. Needless to say, this painful and uncomfortable condition throws life in jeopardy and adversely affects and interfers with a person's daily activities. While the pain can be in both the legs, many people also suffer from severe radiating pain in one leg.
What causes radiating pain in one leg?
More than often, this kind of pain is triggered by nerve problem or disorder. If you experience a shooting pain that originates in the lower back and gradually radiates down to one of the legs (from the buttocks to the back of the leg), chances are you are experiencing sciatica.
In sciatica, the nerve affected is the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerves originate from the spinal nerves L4 to S3. From the lower back, the nerves (two sciatic nerves) extend downwards to the back of each leg. The sciatic nerves further divide into a tibial and peroneal nerve. These nerves are mostly responsible for the sensation and motor functions of the legs and the feet.
Sciatica can be an outcome of
The discs present between the vertebrae provides them with a much-needed cushion, preventing injury or damage. In case, of a degenerative disorder of the disc, the protective cushion gets affected resulting in the pain and associated symptoms.
- Lumbar spinal stenosis: A medical condition where the spinal canal in the lumbar area narrows down, exerting pressure on the sciatic nerve.
- Spondylolisthesis or a slip disc: The condition mostly affects the lumbar area (base of the spine) whereby there is slippage of one of the bones over the adjacent bone (the bone located just below it).
A muscle pull in the buttocks can also trigger sciatica and many times, a pregnant woman may also experience sciatica. The sciatic pain can be:
- Chronic sciatic pain: As the name suggests, chronic sciatic pain is intense and more severe, with the symptoms persisting for a longer time (more than three months). Arthritis, severe nerve damage or scarring (tissues) are often responsible for chronic sciatic pain.
- Acute sciatic pain: An injury to the nerves, muscles, spinal joints or discs can cause the pain. However, as instantly as the pain starts, the condition improves within days (at times weeks).
In addition to the radiating pain, there may be other symptoms associated with sciatica such as
- Difficulting in leg or foot movement.
- Sciatica can also trigger a pain in the back of the leg which aggravates when a person is in a sitting position
- Hip pain
- Numbness, and often a tingling or burning sensation radiating down the leg
- In some people, sciatica can cause a shooting pain (which worsens when a person tries to stand up)
- The pain (in some cases) can extend to the foot and toes
There can be many underlying factors responsible for the pain radiating to one leg. Neglecting the condition will only worsen the situation further. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Pain Management Specialist.