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Treatment of Knee Injury
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Treatment of Splinting
Treatment of Spondylosis
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I am 20 year old I have back pain at least 1 year in low back pain I have done M Exercise and all reports are clear please give me tips and I am student please help me.
Sir my mother has a lot of pain her knees she's in her early 50's we have tried many medicines but none seem to work.
Mai jab continue 15 minunte khada hota hoon to mere pairon mein dard hone lag padta hai maine isliye sugar check karvai before breakfast is 108 after break fast is 143 and hbalc ka test bhi karvaya tha 6.3 juton mein bhi pairon ka dam ghut rehta hai.
I am 47. My right arm broke in an accident 5 months back. Surgery done. Set a rode in my hand. But still the bone not healed. Even I could not turn my hand more than 40 degrees. Still I have pain at my Arm and Shoulder. How much time will take to heal my bone? Please let me know Sir. I am unable to bear this.
I have spondylitis. Tried consulting many doctors but still facing health issues. Please suggest treatment.
My dad has problem I back pain and his age is 53. Many of them saying to me was dont do surgery. Is it correct? any excerices or prescription.
My brother is 28 years old. He is riding a bike for about two to three hours a day for about three years. It was ok for three years but now he is suffering wrist pain. Any suggestion.
I don't know something happened to my right knee. If I fold my knee there is a tick sound is coming. Usually I played football a lot. But recently I stopped but. Still I have that sounds. Sometime I got a limp nd can't bend my leg. Help me.
Hii I am Keisha. I am 22 years old. I have severe pain at foot while running. How to overcome this problem.
I am 45, for the last 15 days my right portion of my body in paining i. E from heaps to upper side upto soldier, I don't know why, I had never fallen in hard surface.
I have a back pain problem after a accident since 2010 if I done some work on my desktop I had a lot of pain in my back I consult many Dr. Bt no improve please tell me what to do?
I am handicapped. I lost my leg below ankle knee. I heard about limb transplant somewhere but I don't know that it's successful or not? Please help me. And if it's successful than please inform me where this operation can be done.
What are muscle knots?
Muscle knots are points within a muscle where contracted fibers are unable to release, or, as the dictionary puts it: highly irritable localized spots of exquisite tenderness in a nodule in palpable taunt bands of muscle tissue.
A common problem for active people, muscle knots technically called myofascial trigger points, or mtps feel like a small knot to your fingertips. These knots can range from the size of a pinhead in smaller muscles to the size of your thumb in larger muscles. 2
Muscle knots can cause pain in two ways: (1) latent trigger points, which are knots that only hurt when you put pressure on them, and (2) active trigger points, which are knots that actively refer pain along your neural pathways, causing it in non-localized areas.
Trigger points in a constant state of contraction have excess metabolic waste and oxygen use because blood flow to this area stops this sends pain signals to the brain. Because your brain wants to stop the pain, it commands the muscle to rest, which leads to under-usage of the muscle. This is what makes the muscle shorten and tighten up.
What causes muscle knots?
The most common causes of muscle knots are:
1) accidents acute trauma, such as bad falls sports injuries that strain you joints and muscles
2) postural stress sitting too long with poor posture, sitting with no support, lifting improperly
Spondylitis, or cervical spondylitis, is a common condition that affects a large section of the adult population. This most common disorder of the cervical spine is a degenerative condition. There are soft disks between the vertebral bones which shrink with age and gets stiff. This leads to formation of small bone spurs. This reduces the space available for the disk to move, causing nerve pinching.
Causes: Ageing is the most common cause for spondylitis. Injury, incorrect sleeping posture, and heavy weight-lifting can also cause spondylitis. While earlier it was common in people who were 60-plus, with more people spending more time at their computers and workstations, the onset happens much earlier in 30s and sometimes even in 20s.
Symptoms: Most symptoms related to spondylitis are centered on the neck and shoulder regions. There is pain and stiffness in the neck that can extend to the shoulders, nape of the neck, arms, and sometimes even the fingers. In rare cases, the pain can extend into the forehead and back of the head too. Associated symptoms include numbness, weakness, and a pricking sensation in the hands, arms, and sometimes fingers.
Is Your Cell Phone Killing Your Back?
Millions of people do it throughout the day and are totally unaware that cell phone use can be detrimental to the back. Did you know that cell phone use can double or triple the weight of your head and can strain your neck? If you are reading this article on a cell phone or tablet, you are probably doing it right now: Tilting your head forward and down in order to look at your device.
Cell phones and tablets are changing the way we access information and entertainment. The use of these devices influences our posture and body mechanics in unhealthy ways that contribute to neck, upper back, shoulder, and arm pain. Furthermore, poor posture while sitting, standing, walking, or in a static position can lead to more than upper body pain and stiffness—poor posture affects other parts of the spine, such as the middle and low back.
However, modern life still requires you to check your phone or use your tablet many times a day.
How do you do that and safeguard your neck?
- First, don’t use your cell phone or your tablet for extended computer work.
- Use your desktop or laptop computer for extended work and make sure these devices are arranged ergonomically.
- When you use a cell phone, instead of bending your head to look down at it, raise your phone.
- When you are reading the screen, bring the phone up level or just a little below your face. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Homeopath.