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I have been having pain below my both the foot for the last about a month. Sometimes it becomes difficult for me to walk. Could you please advise.
I am 30 years old and having the back pain issue from last 2 years. 6 month back my Mai was done on which found that there is bulge in my L4 and L5 disk I cannot stand and sit more than 20-30 min, if I do so then pain starts in the lower back. My muscles are also weak and If I put pressure on any part of body in any posture then it stars paining I am not able to sleeping since 2 years because of pain as I can not be in any posture for more then 10 min I am doing sitting job from -6-7 years and last 2 years all the physical activity are stopped due to back pain. I have taken physiotherapy for 2 months but no relief. Now trying to do some exercise specially for back pain related and taking the medicine for calcium as well.
I am 45 years old lady and I have muscle pain problem in legs from last 3 year. When ever I walk my muscle get stretched and pain too much. Please tell me a medicine name that will work correctly and easily available in medical store.
I am a 23 year old male. I met with a road accident on late of January and fractured my Femur Bone. Oblique Fracture. And had a vascular injury as well because of age accident. It's been complete 4 months but my xray are not showing any improvement. What should I do. I was treated with plates and nail for the support of my femur.
I am 23 years old and I'm having a severe back pain from yesterday. Today when I woke up, I was not able to bend down even, I am keeping my back straight all the time. Any movement in the back causes pain and weakness. I am also involved in physical activities such as dance and squash. Please advise.
Adopt a step position and posture as in the sport of fencing, with one leg stepping out in front .this way you can easily shift forward and back in various directions. As you step forward, you can reach forward with your vacuuming hand. Keep your pelvic 'bowl' level. Put your other hand on your hip or thigh to take weight off the low back and help you stay up. Attempt to change vacuuming hands every once in a while.
KNEELING AND HALF-KNEELING
These methods lower your center of gravity and automatically take some of the bends out of activity. Try the as alternative positions for a few minutes. They are really comfortable.
DUSTING AND POLISHING
Attempt kneeling or half kneeling when working on low surfaces. Prop your inactive arm on yourself or on the furniture to take more weight through your arms and less through your spine.
DOING THE LAUNDRY
Avoid overloading the basket. Avoid slumped or overarched alignment when lifting, loading, and carrying. Load with one hand while taking weight through the other. Use exaggerated good alignment when lifting and carrying.
DOING THE DISHES,
These tasks are similar to each other in that they involve sustained standing in a slightly forward- bend position. Place one foot up on a box or chair or inside the cabinet under the sink to help level your pelvic bowl ; and/or tense the muscles of your buttocks and lower abdomen to maintain your pelvis stable, level, and firmly up against the counter. For one-handed tasks, prop through your 'resting' arm to take weight off the spine
MAKING THE BED
AVOID SLUMPING OR ARCHING OUT OVER THE BED.
Lean up against the bed and bear weight through one arm when reaching
TRY SMOOTHING OUT THE SHEET AND TUCKING:
The corners while kneeling on a pillow. This makes the job much easier.