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Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Treatment of Knee replacement
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
Arthritis And Pain Management Treatment
Heat Therapy Treatment
Post Pregnancy Classes
Orthopedic Physical Therapy
Treatment of Shin Splints
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My shoulders are having pain daily. I had consulted many doctors. But no use. Is there any solution?
Hi I am 33 year old male I am feeling some pain in my left hand and sometimes sweet pain in my chest from 4-6 days.In August I got my blood checkup and ECG. TotalChlolestrol was 206. Cardiac risk markers was normal, ECG was normal. Please advise.
I am male 32 yrs. From past one week I am having neck and shoulder back pain. I have consulted general physician but no result. Now taking physiotherapy frm past 3 days. But seems less relief. Can you advice should I continue physiotherapy or consult doctor.
I am working in bpo. Call centre job. Age 23. My working hrs in job 8hrs. continuously. I sit in chair and work there. Right now I facing a problem paining on neck and back. Always. And vomiting tendency always and head round like (chakkar. What can I do any medicine for relief the problem.
Two questions: I am 35, Female. I have had phlegm stuck in my throat each morning or some times during the day since I was a child. It often leads to bouts of cough. This runs in my family because my dad's family was in garment work. But for the past ten years or so the problem went away. Now this year it has come back. Each morning I wake up with phlegm and it is fine once I spit it out mostly. But my friend said this could be a sign of something serious like cancer or TB and I should get my lungs checked. Please advise. Also second question: I have always had knee pain. Sitting in buses I am not able to dangle my feet or sit crossed for too long etc. Recently I was diagnosed with Vitamin D deficiency and told to take 3000 UI supplements which I am doing since Jan end. But pain persists. What could the reason be for this Joint pain? Should I go for some serious lab tests?
There is bony injury or no object was fall on me. By lifting weight of 50 kg it is been injured while keeping down I missed and I think the left part of my body like dorsum, lumbar (lower back), sacral (between hips), gluteal, perineal, inguinal (groin), coxal (hip), femoral (thigh), popliteal (back of knee), crural (leg), abdominal (abdomen), etc. Somewhere I feel that nerves is been squizzed or stucked the pain irritates me from down to the left shoulder till left feet. I feel too much of pain can you suggest me some medicine to cure.
Shin splints' is a condition, which is characterized by pain in the shin bone, the bone that is present in front of the leg. Shin splints tend to occur quite frequently in runners and dancers as their activities tend to stress the shin bone.
Causes: When excess force is applied to the shinbone, it may result in swelling of the muscles, causing pain and inflammation. It may also occur from stress reactions to fractures in the bone. Cracks tend to develop due to constant application of force in the bones. If the area is not well rested then these cracks will not heal and ultimately lead to a complete fracture.
Some other causes of shin splints are:
- Muscle imbalance in the glutes or the thighs
- Anatomical deformity such as flat foot
- Not using proper form during training
- Lack of flexibility
- If you wear improper shoes during workouts, then it may lead to shin problems
- Running downhill may lead to excessive stress on the shin leading to shin splints
- You may experience swelling in the lower leg
- A dull pain in the front portion of the leg
- Tenderness around the shin area
- Numbness around the shin area
- Inflammation in the shin area
- You may experience severe pain while walking
Treatment: The basic treatment for shin splints is the RICE (rest, ice, compression and elevation) protocol. It means allowing the leg to rest, applying ice packs and wearing compression bandages. It is recommended to take rest and not exert the leg beyond a certain point to limit the damage. The complications that may result from shin splints are compartment syndrome, where there is buildup of pressure in the muscle. In some cases, where the muscle tears off from the bone, a surgery may be required to treat this condition. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an orthopedist.