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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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I am a 30 years old normally living a active life (45 mins of jogging, stretching, yoga, badminton 5-4 days a week) eggiterian, was a gym freck 2 yrs before. Follow healthy diets like pulses, rice, veggies, milk, fruits (juices mostly) but even after all this facing back pain for last 5 yrs. Job work is mostly sitting plus 3 hrs bus traveling however I know how to cope up (stretching, strolling, taking break in between 30 mins) only missing thing is regular sun exposer. I dont smoke or drink. But back pain (leg pain and stiff back, pain is shifting). Had gone to medication for 3 months from hiranandani hospital (disk liquid extruding was found in mri) but no relief. Dont know what else to do. I dont want surgery or bed ridden life. I want to be adventures but back pain is making all difficult. Please help.
My cholesterol is high since last three years and I was regularly taking rosuvastatin 10 mg tablet till two months ago, I stopped taking it be coz I was feeling full body ache and joint pains along with low sugar feeling in the evening. But since I stopped it my cholesterol level has again reached to 286 in two months so my question is 1) should I again start same medicine 2) is there any alternative to this medicine 3) is there any supporting medicine to to same medicine for avoiding aftereffects/side effects. Please suggest. Thanks in advance.
I have back problem. I have tried gym before this but back problem arises when I sleep. I realizes that a gap between back and bed.
Sir my mom back pain bahut hi jyada ho rha h all time rhta h kamar ke bal gir Jane se hua h x-ray bhi karya usme kuch nhi h please tell me answer.
SPINAL CORD INJURY
Mechanism of the injury that can cause damage to the vertebrae with a resultant damage to the cord is usually a hyper flexion with rotation is less likely to cause damage to the cord.Injuries to the spinal cord can be caused by:
- Fracture or fracture with dislocation
- Sports injuries
- Industrial injuries
- Stab injury
- Gunshot injuries
- Surgical procedures: surgeries done in and around the spinal cord can cause damage to it.Fracture or fracture dislocation can be caused either due to collision of a heavy object over the head or directly over the spine.
COMPLICATION OF SPINAL CORD INJURIES
Pressure sores: In case of chronic illness with spinal cord injury, the patient is bed-ridden for a long time. If proper care is not taken patient develops pressure sores which becomes a major complication if infected.
Tightness and contractures: because of inability of the patient to move the lower limbs, patients lower limbs are positioned under the effect of gravity or under the influence of spasticity. The patient suffers from tightness, contractures and loss of ROM. If these are not treated in time it will lead to fixed mal alignment of joints which eventually will lead to deformity.
Osteoporosis: without adequate weight bearing imposed on the lower limb bones more and more calcium is released from bones which causes osteoporotic and fragile bones that is prone to have fractures even with trivial trauma.
Urinary Tract infection and urinary calculi: due to urinary retention in the spinal cord injury patient there is growth of bacteria primarily due to the presence of an indwelling catheter which acts as a main source of entrance for the bacteria.
Pain syndrome: the source of pain can be traumatic, spinal cord pain and musculoskeletal.
The aims of the physiotherapy management consist of:
- Prevention of all secondary complications as a result of being bedridden.
- Restoration of functional independency to the maximum possible limit.
- Psychological counseling.
- Social and vocational rehabilitation.
- Family education
- Home adaptation.