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I am having continuous back pain. I have used many pain reliefs but not happening. What do I have to do?
I am 43 yrs old and have a heavey pain in my ankle (calcaneus) part many times. But early mrng I have a lot of pain in my ankle. Please tell me what to do.
Since three days I am playing cricket. So since there was a huge gap I am having my back pain please consult me?
Shin splints' is a condition, which is characterized by pain in the shin bone, the bone that is present in front of the leg. Shin splints tend to occur quite frequently in runners and dancers as their activities tend to stress the shin bone.
Causes: When excess force is applied to the shinbone, it may result in swelling of the muscles, causing pain and inflammation. It may also occur from stress reactions to fractures in the bone. Cracks tend to develop due to constant application of force in the bones. If the area is not well rested then these cracks will not heal and ultimately lead to a complete fracture.
Some other causes of shin splints are:
- Muscle imbalance in the glutes or the thighs
- Anatomical deformity such as flat foot
- Not using proper form during training
- Lack of flexibility
- If you wear improper shoes during workouts, then it may lead to shin problems
- Running downhill may lead to excessive stress on the shin leading to shin splints
The symptoms of shin splints are:
- You may experience swelling in the lower leg
- A dull pain in the front portion of the leg
- Tenderness around the shin area
- Numbness around the shin area
- Inflammation in the shin area
- You may experience severe pain while walking
Treatment: The basic treatment for shin splints is the RICE (rest, ice, compression and elevation) protocol. It means allowing the leg to rest, applying ice packs and wearing compression bandages. It is recommended to take rest and not exert the leg beyond a certain point to limit the damage. The complications that may result from shin splints are compartment syndrome, where there is buildup of pressure in the muscle. In some cases, where the muscle tears off from the bone, a surgery may be required to treat this condition.
I am 76,male.My right palm closes upto half only.If I try to bend it further I start getting lot of pain,The ring finger turns only 90 degrees and sometimes gets stuck at that angle and released only after rubbing around with lot of pains
I have back pain from 4 years frquantly back pain it may be tske time for three days to cure I am getting only pain killer tablets please advise what I have to do ? thanks.
I am feeling pain in my left knee from last 2 year. In ex-ray did not find anything. It pain when my leg turn like at the time of toilet. So can tell me what is exact problem in my leg or give suggesion for exercise
My right hand palm always keep paining specially in the palm near thumb. Also the particular region is also becoming senseless day by day. Please help.
Dear Sir, My question is I am suffering from burning feet syndrome last 15 YEARS a doctor recommend me lyrica 150 mg once in a day. My age is 39 years. Do you think it is a right dose.
Yoga is a physical, mental, and spiritual practice. A research group from Boston University School of Medicine tested yoga's effects on lower-back pain. Over twelve weeks, one group of volunteers practiced yoga while the control group continued with standard treatment for back pain. The reported pain for yoga participants decreased by one-third while the standard treatment group had only a five percent drop. Yoga participants also had a drop of 80% in the use of pain medication.