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Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Treatment of Nerve And Muscle Disorders
Treatment of Hip Disorders
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I am 28 years old, I am having back pain since last 3 years. At that time I had done xray and in that it shows MUSCLE SPASM doctors given me medicines but none of them work. Mostly back pain occurs in night while going to bed and in early while waking up. And in middle of working I get little back pain. I was going regular to gym. But because of thia back pain, I stopped going to gym now. I was regular in gym almost 5 months but suddenly I got this back pain. And now almost 3 years I am having pain. Please Doctor if you have some treatment so let me know. Thanks.
All my body joints (wrist, knees, neck, fingers) crack a lot. Also there is general body pain these days. What does this signify? What should I do.
Dear Sir, My left leg fibula bone got fractured and dislocate 60%. Doctor advised me there is no need of plaster it will join as it is otherwise I have to go for operation for fixing itin proper position. So whether I go for operation or not?
Hii m 38 year old, there is a constant pain in my feet please advice me some medicine and guide me so I can cure thank you so much.
I Upper Back Foam Roll
Upper back muscles collect a lot of tension through out the day, and show signs of fatigue by poor posture. Using a foam roller on this area can help to relax the muscles and release the tension.
1.Lie on your back with the foam roller under your upper back, knees bent, and feet flat on the floor.Place your arms behind your head to support the neck. Use your legs to lift your hips off the floor.
2.Roll up and down your upper back between your shoulders and the bottom of the lat muscles. If you feel a spot that’s tender or tight, spend more time working that area. Perform the rolling movement for 15 to 30 seconds
II Lats Foam Roll
The latissimus dorsi is the largest muscle in the back. When it feels relaxed,your shoulders and entire back move more freely. If you’re looking for a do-it yourself massage, the foam roller is just the thing.
1.Lie on your right side with the foam roller under your upper back and extend your right arm over head.
2.Roll up and down the outer edge of your back. If you feel a spot that’s tender or tight, spend more time working that area.Perform the rolling movement for 15 to 30 seconds and then repeat on the left side
III Dynamic Overhead Shoulder Reach
Use this movement to warm up your shoulder and neck muscles before moving on to specific shoulder stretches. You can do this exercise seated or standing.Remember to hold your abdominal muscles strong, back straight, and shoulder blades pulled back.
1.Begin in a seated position with your feet flat on the floor and hands on your thighs. Alternating your arms, reach as high as possible without changing your posture. Repeat with each arm 5 to 10 times.
2.For the final movement, reach both arms up toward the ceiling and repeat 5 to 10 times.
IV Lying Side Reach on Stability Ball
Here’s a stretch you don’t know you need until you try it. Deeper than a standing overhead reach, the stability ball allows you to completely lengthen the latissimus dorsi from shoulder to low back. The extra stretch you feel in the shoulder and mid-torso shows how these muscles work together.
1.Lie on your right side with your torso over the stability ball. Maintain balance with your right hand on the floor and your right leg extended. Bend your left leg over the right for support.
2.Raise your left arm over your head. Reach as far over as possible until you feel a stretch along your left side. Repeat the stretch on the opposite side with your right arm overhead.