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Few weeks ago, while exercising in the gym, all of a sudden my left shoulder started paining and since then I have got therapies and massaged it but still it is not completely alright, still the pain exists. So what should I do now to get it completely healed.
Hi. My wife had a severe backache and severe vitamin d problem since 2 years. She is 31. I visited the doctor in forte but he told me to do MRI. I did MRI for bit doctor didn't say anything. He gives me pain killers. But during taking medicines. I got dizziness, and feeling sleepy whole day. And my wife can't get relief from pain. Where and which doctor I visit. How much time it will take. Please help me what can I do?
He usually has body pain. His back hurts if he sits or stands for long. Even after taking massage it dosent get well. And he is usually tired. Even if he dosent do anything.
Hi I have to sit 9 hours on chair for office work. please suggest some tips to keep body and back bone fit.
He is a student of class 10. He has a problem in his back. His normal schedule is fine. He goes to school and comes back then he goes to tution and again comes back. After that he goes to play and again comes back but the back pain also comes back with him. What to do?
I am 60 year old women. Suffering with leg pains. I request to please suggest me which medicines inhave to. Use .suggest me.
I am 26 years old. I have back pain from last 15 days. I tried all homemade Jo methods and also try some pain relief cream but no work please help me to get relief from this pain.
I got fever last week Sunday, got medicine. I was cured but on Friday I was sitting on floor while getting up I got sudden pain in joints which made me unable to get up I was just collapsed. The pain is still there it is less than before but it is still there. In addition to that I feel like vomiting but while vomiting up nothing other than saliva comes out. Please tell me why the pain occurred and why this type of vomiting is occurring and what should be done?
A fracture separates a single solid object into two or more pieces due to pressure. In medical terms, a fracture refers to a broken bone due to some kind of external trauma. A crack in the bone, on the other hand, it does not cause a clean break in the bone, there is only a separation or discontinuity in the bone material.
A crack in the bone caused due to repeated stress is often called as 'hairline fracture'. Here are the basic differences between a crack and a fracture in the bone and how to treat them:
- A crack or hairline fracture is rarely caused by a single injury. It is usually the result of bone fatigue, which may be caused due to repeated, concentrated stress over a long period of time and thus, it is also called as 'stress fracture'. Other bone fractures are almost always the result of sudden and severe force on the bones.
- The skeletal system constantly remodels itself. The cells, known as 'osteoblasts' absorb calcium and secrete bone connective tissue. If a particular site is exposed to recurrent bouts of force (which are individually not impactful enough to cause a crack), over time the osteoblasts in that region malfunction and the crack appears. Muscular exhaustion can also cause cracks in the bone. Fractures are caused due to sudden external single force trauma to the bone. Nutritional problems like deficiencies of Calcium, Phosphorus, vitamin D and excessive smoking decrease the bone mineral density and increase the chance of both cracks and fractures.
- Symptoms of a crack are swelling, tenderness and sharp pain in the injured region and the symptoms worsen over time. A fracture has similar symptoms and might also exhibit an external physical distortion and makes it impossible to move that part of the body that where the bone is broken.
- An MRI is often suggested for detecting the crack or crack-prone areas because an X-ray can only detect the crack after it widens somewhat or the bone starts paining because the rays cannot pass through the tiny gap in bone material. A fracture is easily detectable by an X-ray because the rays pass right through the break.
- Complete rest for six to eight weeks is the most effective way of healing a crack. Using a walking boot in case of cracks in the leg bones in also helpful. Healing fractures require extensive medical intervention. Surgical techniques like bone grafting and the insertion of metal plates are used to reposition the broken bone.