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Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Neurological Problems
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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I suffered from potts spine (reduced space between T 11 and T 12 Vertebrae) and miliary TB I had undergone for 12 months medication at dots center and wore taylors brace for a year. Still I have back pain.
I have pain in right knee .the doctor has prescribed tab. Biocart, osta d cal, fam d and riconia. Can it be cured through physiotherapy exercises. If yes then what should be done.
Hi, I'm 26 year old male. I do weight training 4 to 5 times. Recently, I found out that I have an IT band syndrome. The band is rubbing on the side of my pelvis bone. Because of this syndrome I experience knee pain and some pain near the area where the band is rubbing against the bone. I have start incorporating stretching specifically directed towards this syndrome. Now my question is it is safe to perform weigh training in the presence of this syndrome. On my leg workout day I perform weighted squat, deadlift, lunges, hip trust. Again, my question do I have to stop working out my legs until the syndrome corrects it self or is it ok to work out. Fitness is really integral part of my life and it completes me. But this syndrome is really hampering my state of mind. Hence, I would like to ask if I can continue weight training especially legs until the syndrome correct it self or do I have to stop.
I am a 58 years male and suffering the back heck (lumber. E disk prolapse l4 l5 s1 probelume since last 20 years now what should I do please adviceme.
I am feeling pain in my left shoulder specially when I drive a bike or do exercise or lift any object D3 tab and physiotherapy did not help.
Dear sir I have pain in my leg some time its start from hip to leg. When I take some pain killer its good. Please tell me some medicine.
2 days back I had a severe pain on my abdomen. I rush to the doctor and Dr. Has given pain injection and advised for ultrasound. In report Dr. Told that I have multiple small calculi in gallbladder with sludge. Liver is normal in size. Dr. Has suggested surgery in this case. Is surgery can be avoided by taking any medicines. Kindly advice pls.
In our fast paced life, a wrong bend or an incorrect posture is quick to trigger a back ache. It can also occur because of reasons like arthritis, improper diet, lack of physical activity, an improper lifting of a heavy object, excessive physical labour or pregnancy. Most white collared professionals are a victim of a sedentary lifestyle where they spend hours on end sitting in the same position. In fact prolonged sitting is also a cause for weight gain, obesity, joint problems, poor health and even premature death.
Our instant reaction is to take a painkiller and get relief from a back ache. But painkillers often come with unwanted side effects and it is best not to take them unless prescribed by a physician. Some of the commonly prescribed painkillers in the market increase your risk to a heart attack by 2 to 4 times, cause cardiovascular problems, gastrointestinal problems, like digestive tract bleeding and even kidney problems. Instead, back ache has several home remedies that can wonders. It will require a little patience but the zero side effect factor and long term relief will eventually be great for you.
Try these herbal and home remedies for backache:
- Internal and external pain relief with Ginger: Ginger has anti-inflammatory compounds that can work well for pain relief. You can start by making Ginger tea. To do this, add 2-3 slices of ginger in half cup boiling water and simmer it for 10 - 15 minutes. You can add honey and drink it 2-3 times a day. You can also add half tea spoon crushed peppercorns and 2-3 cloves to this tea. Adding a dash of black salt helps in improving the taste.
- Harness the power of Basil: Add 10 Basil leaves to a boiling cup of water and continue to boil it until it reduces to half. You can add a dash of salt to this and drink it through the day.
- Home remedies with exercise: Not only should you stretch between long sitting hours, you should also get some back exercise suggested by a physical trainer with expertise in the field.
- Trigger your inner healing by releasing endorphins: Endorphins act as a pain blocking mechanism in the body and doing certain activities you like can help release them. From walking for 20 minutes to aerobics, to yoga to meditation to chiropractic care, you can try whatever makes you happy and calm to trigger your inner healing.
- Garlic: These tiny cloves healing powers are well known for a variety of body ailments including blood pressure. Taking a couple of cloves early in the morning on empty stomach or massaging with garlic oil helps relieve back ache.
- Panckarma: Panchkarma remedies like Kati Vasti and Patra Pinda Sweda etc., are highly benefical and give great results for back pain. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Ayurveda.