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I have a pain in my left side of the body. From left side waist to left leg toe. If I stand or work for long time then it get pain specially surface of toe.
I have body since 2 months. What can I do? Especially spinal chord pain is more. Please suggest some medicine.
Good morning, everybody I am Dr Adhishwar Sharma I am a plastic surgeon with a microvascular training I have done my MBBS from MKCG Berhampur, Odisha in 1992. We recently celebrated 25 years of entry in MBBS course and followed by after finishing my MBBS in 1997 I went in 98 I joined PGI Chandigarh, where I did my training in joint surgery and after finishing my joint surgery training and passing MS Joint surgery I work for another 3 years in PGI as a registrar followed by 3 years in Civil Hospital, Karnal and then I joined Jensen plastic training in Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi which is one of the most largest departments of plastic surgery in India. After finishing my in 2010 I join 2007 and I finish in 2010 and from 2011 and 12 I spend doing fellowships in hand surgery and head and neck surgery in which I learned about the microvascular surgery, hand surgery above treatment of breaking blood cells which is my passion and my keen interest in treating patients of red blood cells and preferred nerve surgery. And then I spend another 6 months in head and neck Namrata learning head and neck surgeries, how to do head and neck reconstruction and various head and neck tumor management and other things and in 2012 generally I entered practice and briefly about and then I was working in Central Hospital Faridabad for 2 years then nowadays I am mainly working in Fortis Gurgaon and little bit of my work is there in Metro Hospital Faridabad and plus I do my own clinic in Brahmanand clinic in Faridabad which is located in near BK Chowk, NIT. And I want to talk about by the key passion that is brachial plexus injuries, my brachial plexus injuries are basically nothing but the flex of nerves which comes from the cervical cord and it supplies the from downwards from shoulder to hand, it control every movement of your hand. So hand is a very critical and very key component of human body. It’s a key means you're not gainfully employed, your potential is a human being is not fulfilled, if you don't have a functional and upper limb and from function upper limb including the hand. So these injuries are nowadays increasing because they are of mainly two types one is paediatric injuries and other is adult, paediatric is mainly birth canal injuries children are their plexus is damage during birth and these are basically low and other is the adult injuries, adult injuries are mainly high-velocity injuries suffered by the teenagers or the young adults during while driving motorcycle or having fallen from height and there are few injuries which are caused by tumors and hydrogenic dissection during an injury during surgery or another thing. So main bulk 90% of causes from the roadside traffic accidents and you see the breaking plexus injury doesn't kill the person but it effectively puts a person out of his employment and his social life, he is handicap for life unless he that armed he is functions are restored and that person cannot achieve its economic potential as well as potentially a human being. So treating these injuries and having these injuries is not only rehabilitate human being but you also make society more productive. So we have a lot of experience of treating these injuries in my clinic and Fortis Gurgaon and this thing I have done more than 200 cases of these injuries and I have been writing a blog about as a plastic surgeon, as a doctor, as a human being, we touch so many human beings in my life time and in my practice, so I have been writing all those interesting stories in my blog Brahmanand Clinic at BlogSpot and Brahmanand Clinic at WordPress, there are two blogs and there is another 3rd blog herbs and breaking plexus injuries.blogspot.com. So if you visit this blogs you will see how as a plastic surgeon, as a doctor we test that people's lives and we make them more productive and we conclude to the society. Thank you very much.
My son got severe pain on sunday, it was diagnosed appendices what precaution he should observe and what are the remedies.
Hot and Cold therapy is one of the most popular home remedies for any kind of joint pain or muscle sprain. In some cases applying heat therapy and cold therapy alternatively, can help relieve the pain while for others only one form of therapy is necessary. To understand what to use when, one should first understand the effect of heat and cooling on the body.
Applying a heat pack or immersing the affected limb in hot water improves blood circulation and makes the muscles more flexible. Thus, it can help relax a muscle and fasten the healing of damaged tissues. On the other hand, cold therapy or cryotherapy reduces blood flow to the affected site. This helps relieve inflammation and pain caused by it. It can also make the area feel numb by reducing nerve activity temporarily.
Types of Heat Therapy
Heat therapy can be categorized as dry heat and moist heat. Dry heat involves using saunas or dry heating packs to relieve pain. This is also known as conducted heat therapy. As the name suggests, moist heat involves the use of steamed towels, hot baths and moist heating packs. This is also known as convection heat therapy. Moist heat is usually considered more effective than dry heat.
Types of Cold Therapy
Cold therapy may be applied to a part of the body or to the entire body. This includes ice packs, coolant sprays, ice baths, ice massages and whole body, cold therapy chambers.
How to use heat and cold therapy?
The sooner heat and cold therapy is given to a person, the faster they will recover from their pains. Heat therapy can be given to a person for extended periods of time but when giving cold therapy, a person should not be exposed to a cold pack or ice bath for more than 10-15 minutes. Care should also be taken no to apply ice or a frozen pack directly on the skin as it can damage the skin and nerves.
When not to use Heat Therapy?
If the injury site is swollen or bruised, cold therapy is better than heat therapy. Heat therapy should also not be applied to an open wound. People suffering from conditions such as diabetes, dermatitis, deep vein thrombosis, vascular diseases and multiple sclerosis should also avoid heat therapy as these conditions can increase the risk of burns and other such complications. Pregnant women should also consult a doctor before using a hot tub or sauna.
When not to use Cold Therapy?
Cold therapy is avoidable for treating stiff joints and muscles. People suffering from poor circulation and sensory disorders should also avoid using cold therapy without a doctor’s supervision. If you wish to discuss any specific problem, you can consult a pain management specialist.