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I am male of 62, I am having severe pain in both the knee joints(osteoarthritis). I am using Orecerine- GM. My uric acid is 8. 5 and using medicine Febucip 40. Please advise a good medicine that I should take ?
I play basketball and I am not able to jump properly as I was doing before because of my left ankle and knees, after playing my knee gives me a lot of trouble in sit ups kindly help if you can.
I have been suffering from lower back ache for more than 5 years. Consulted doctors. They are suggesting pain killers. Using of them is bringing acidity.
I went through a c sec delivery 4 weeks back. If I sit for even 30 minutes my left thigh on back side it aches. Some Dull pain which passes down to my leg once I stand up. Please let me know the reason.
I am 32 years old mother of 2 kids. From last 7 days I am having pain in right side head. From yesterday my shoulders and right eye has also started paining. If I will have disprin the headache will stop. No nausea or any other problem. Just pain. Now I am having problem in moving my neck as it is paining from back. Can you please suggest is it a sign of brain tumour? Which test should I get done? Which specialist Dr. should I concern to get it checked. Can you reply urgently?
I am getting back pain frequently. Recently I had met with an accident. I had consulted with local doctor but of no use. please suggest solution.
Sir. I am having very bad constipation and Back ache also. Is these two problems are connected to each other or what. And what should I do for constipation.
Iam having a back ache since couple of months. Iam not able to sit long time on my chair n work. It was never a problem for me before, but since months I cant sit for long time on chair. Kindly help me what I have to do to get fit and healthy with no back ache problem.
My father of 64 years old suffering from knee and joint pains. Is there any best method or medicine to get cure or get relief in Daily life?
Physiotherapy is an effective way to reduce various kinds of body pains. Physiotherapy includes massages, exercises, and heat treatments to relieve pain. This treatment is often recommended as the first option to treat back and neck pain. Physiotherapy is also used to rehabilitate patients after surgery. Different kinds of exercises included in this treatment are also useful to treat sports injuries. Here are some steps that you can take to relieve your body pain incorporating physiotherapy.
- Get appropriate help - It is important to properly diagnose your condition before going for physical therapy. Seek help from a professional and if he/she recommends physiotherapy then only opt for the treatment.
- Reduce your severe pain before exercising - If you are in immense pain, work to alleviate the pain before engaging in exercises. Cold/ hot therapy, massage, manual manipulation are some of the methods that can slowly reduce the pain. These are all part of physical therapy.
- Exercise - Exercising has numerous health benefits including relieving back pain. As you age, your back tends to get weaker; it is important to workout to prevent future backaches. Stretching, strengthening and low- impact aerobics are ideal for this issue.
- You can also try water therapy as water has a therapeutic effect on pain and makes your movements much easier than on land.
- Observe your body's reaction to physical therapy - When you have just had a back or neck pain episode and try physical therapy you will feel some initial discomfort, it is expected. After you acclimatize yourself with the routine all kinds of pain will gradually diminish. The initial pain due to physiotherapy is caused because your muscles are stiff and they are being stretched the way they are not used to. However if the pain gradually increases you are probably not right for that particular kind of physical therapy.