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Knee Pain Treatment
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Treatment of Knee replacement
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Mere gardan mai piche pain hot a hai. Chakar aa jata hai cervical ki samaya lagti hai. Please bataye mughe kya karna chahiye.
I suffer from. Fumour fracture. I have one doubt operation done before 15 days. May I do masturbation?
I practice shuttle-badminton regularly but since a month I get shoulder pain after practice ,I also tried some medications but not helpful ,pain is even more severe when I sleepy what may be the reason?
Sir i'm 65 yrs old and having both knee joint pain because of osteoporosis for the last five years. Major problem I have while walking but otherwise there is no swelling and I don't take any pain killers. I can stand for 15-20minutes. Please advise treatment except knee replacement. Thanks
I'm feeling tiered, pain in my leg, below knees, also feeling slight cramping in abdominal, light head-ch, itching on stomach lower part.
I have a pain in the lower back area it is like an electric current running in my body. but when i stand and walk around it gets better. how can that be?
This is a flexion deformity affecting the distal interphalangeal joint of the finger and is due to either distal extensor tendon rupture or avulsion with a bony fragment after traumatic forced flexion of the extended finger tip. The resultant weakness is often painless and presents with an inability to actively extend the fingertip. Non traumatic mallet finger occurs more often in diabetics. Treatment is usually by splinting the distal interphalangeal joint in extension. Surgery is rarely required.