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Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Treatment of Nerve And Muscle Disorders
Treatment of Hip Disorders
Neuro Physiotherapy Treatment
Treatment of Knee Injury
Pregnancy Exercise Therapy
Treatment of Sports Injuries
Treatment of Splinting
Treatment of Spondylosis
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Treatment of Shin Splints
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I have 4 months baby. I m breastfeeding my baby. As someone told me that the breastfeeding mother shouldn't sleep on her back as the milk should go back and there will be no milk for breastfeed. Is it truth?
I am 21 year male and I had an accident last week and injured my hand. According to the x-ray I had a hairline fracture below my elbow. So I was treated and cast bandage on me. How many days it will take to cure? Did any additional workout need to be given for the hand?
I am 23 years old guy suffering from back pain from the last 1.5 years. I do not know how it happened but it may be due to wrong workout method, after which I stopped going to gym. I visited an orthopaedic doctor after the pain started. He recommended some physiotherapist exercises and some painkillers and multivitamins to me. However I never completed the physiotherapy for more than 10-12 days. Now after 1.5 years I still have back pain? What should I do?
I have backache since three month. I'm in very pain. Tell me what should I do. I will thankful to you.
I have back muscle stretching problem and my Ls spine xray report are normal but there is some kind of back stretching problem so please give me a proper solution as soon as possible.
Sir my mother is a diabetic patient which was detected 1 year back. She also have Liver problem as the enzymes in the liver had gone beyond minimum levels. Her treatment of liver is going on for 1 year and Now she has developed some knee pain and Doctor has diagnosed that lubrication in the knee area has decreased and some gap has developed in the knee area. Please advise me on this as I am worried since my mother is continuously taking lots of medicines for the last 2 yrs.
Hi team I play cricket every sunday in the morng. I have muscle pain consistently after I played cricket and the pain will there two/three days and then everything will be fine and normal after two days. Please suggest me any tip so that I can get ride of this issue. Thanks in advance.
Calcium is good for bones but it’s not so good when it displaces on the bone forming the underside of your heel, causing painful heel spurs. The pain caused by heel spurs can be either sharp or dull. It usually worsens after jogging or walking and is acute when people get out of bed in the morning.
Heel spurs may be in the form of small bony protrusions or irregular growths on the heel bone.
These are more often in men and women who are older. But that’s not all, anyone can get a heel spur and athletes especially runners are especially susceptible. When the heel is subjected to constant wear and tear, heel spurs can form.
How do heel spurs develop?
To protect the surrounding heel tissue from damage, cells that specialise in forming bone reach the spot and start depositing calcium. This leads to the formation of a heel spur over a period of months.
Heel spurs are painful, but not always. There are many cases where they go undiagnosed and are only detected by X-ray.
- Lopsided walking leading to excessive strain on the heel bone, ligaments and nerves
- Repeated running, jogging or jumping on hard surfaces
- Wearing poorly fitted shoes that lack appropriate arch support
7 Ways To Get Rid Of heel spurs
- Rest- Avoiding movement of the affected foot is a good way to reduce heel pain and stiffness. Massaging linseed and coconut oil onto the painful heel and then relaxing is even better.
- Baking soda- This is a good home remedy for heel spurs. Baking soda contains crystals that help reduce calcium deposits in the bottom of the heel bone. It also reduces pain and inflammation.
- Icing- Ice packs help reduce heel pain and control inflammation and swelling associated with heel spurs and also relaxes muscles.
- Anti-inflammatory medications- These medications relieve heel pain but they shouldn’t be used for longer periods as they can lead to gastrointestinal problems like leaky gut, bleeding and symptoms of an ulcer.
- Steroid injection- This provides some relief from the pain but if the injection is given wrongly, there can be nerve damage and the symptoms can get worse.
- Cryoultrasound- This is an innovative electro-medical device that uses cryotherapy and ultrasound therapy to treat pain. It reduces pain and spasms and improves blood circulation and cell renewal.
- Surgery- Surgery can be effective but only when it’s done at the right time. It’s also an expensive procedure. Heel spurs can form again after surgery if the patient continues the lifestyle that led to the problem. There are several complications associated with surgery too like nerve damage, infection, permanent numbness etc.
Because of the limitations of conventional therapies, people with heel spurs look for natural remedies for heel pain like using Epsom salts and supplementing with magnesium and vitamin B for nerve and bone formation. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Orthopedist.