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Knee Pain Treatment
Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Treatment of Knee replacement
Treatment of Joint And Muscle Problems
Treatment of Nerve And Muscle Disorders
Acl Reconstruction Procedure
Hip Replacement Surgery
Joint Dislocation Treatment
Knee Care Procedures
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Ankle Pain Treatment
Treatment of Spondylosis
Arthritis And Pain Management Treatment
Treatment of Joint Dislocation
Treatment Of Disk Slip
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I am a 25 year old female and have pain below the shoulder and that mountain like bone at back that gets at extreme when I wake up in morning from last 6 months. Consulted with doctors but till the time I take medicines pain is very less but when dose gets over same problem arises again.
I have heavy pain in my lower back, left side hip and left side thai. What can I do for treat this problem. I am not able to walk and feel pain in movement.
I am 55 years old. Pain in right leg from right hip joint to toe and Also suffering from dandruff in scalp.Please do help
About 1 month ago I had small injury on left foot near ankle. I applied cotton bandage to it, because of rain it was worsened. I visited doctor he gave me Supirocin-B. I applied it for 10 days, after 5 days suddenly my both ankles had swelling. In 2 days it was normal. Again both knees and shoulder was paining (knees had swelling). Blood reports were done everything was normal except c-reactive protein which is increases to 26. I am 29 years old. Is it due to injury or any other reason.
I am 68 years. Male. Active. Since 2 months have pain in right shoulder whenever I raise my arm above chest level. Also feel numbness some times between elbow and shoulder. No pain even if I pick a bucketful of water. Please Advise.
I am 47 year old mother of 2 children having pain in my backbone last point. What should I do? please suggest my body weight is 82. Green tea is beneficial for me? please suggest which green tea is good? because now a days we have lots of brands.
While sitting on or standing from chair,using Indian toilet ,sitting in Vajrasan I have Very much pain in above part of my both knees.Please give me some advise. Thank you.
Hi, I am 21 old girl and I have been suffering from body n back pain since 4-5 days is it due to gas? And also I have bad eating habits I do not eat veggies and dal bt I dnt even eat junk. I have done my all test n only issue was deficiency of vitamin D & B12. Also I want to reduce my weight as well. Pls guide.
WHAT IS ARTHRITIS?
Your body’s joints are not like the joints of a robot. They can’t be oiled when they feel stiff. Yet the joints in your body are mechanical parts, and when they no longer move easily and smoothly, they do not work effectively and comfortably.
What causes the pain?
What causes the stiffness?
What can you do about it?
The first thing to get out of the way is the myth that there is such thing as a single disease called arthritis. The truth is that the word arthritis is about as useful and specific as the word infection; and just as there are over a hundred different types of infection so there are over a hundred different types of arthritis. Because arthritis takes many forms, some with devastating effects on your future health, careful diagnosis as soon as symptoms are noticed, is important. Early detection and prompt treatment can help relieve pain and prevent later complications.
Arthritis affects individuals indifferent ways. Treatments that work for one person with one type of arthritis do not always work for another person with another type. Self-diagnosis and self-treatment, based on the experiences of others, can have potentially harmful effects in that it causes the self-medicator to postpone more appropriate, individualized treatment.If you have symptoms of arthritis, you can help yourself by seeking prompt medical attention and diagnosis.
If someone you love thinks he or she has arthritis, encourage the person to have a professional diagnosis and begin treatment.Knowing more about the various types of arthritis will help you understand the disease and how you can help yourself while following the treatment plan outlined by your physician.
The Wear-And-Tear Disease Osteoarthritis affects more people than any other type.Physicians may refer to it as degenerative joint disease. Patients usually know this disease best as old age arthritis.Why does osteoarthritis occur? In a normal joint a smooth,elastic material called cartilage covers the ends of your bones where they meet. Cartilage enables the bones to glide smoothly across each other and gives joints their flexibility. When the cartilage wears away, it becomes painful to move the joint.
The ends of the bones may develop spurs, or outgrowths, and ligaments and membranes around the bones may thicken. As a result the shape and structure of the joint may change. In reaction to the pain, muscles near the joint may become tense and contract.
As muscles weaken, use of the joint may become more restricted. While each case of osteoarthritis is different, your understanding should begin with the anatomy of bones and joints.While osteoarthritis can occur in any joint, the joints most commonly affected are the weight-bearing ones: knees, hips, and lumbar spine.It often affects the joints of the fingers, the base of the thumb, and the big toe. Physicians categorize cases of osteoarthritis as primary and secondary.
The primary form seems to begin by itself, with no specific cause,while the secondary type may have many causes but often results from too much stress and strain on a joint.
Primary osteoarthritis occurs mostly in women and may have a hereditary component because it seems to appear more in some families than in others. It sometimes begins fairly early in life, even during the late thirties and early forties. Osteoarthritis seems to be quite generalized and affects small joints such as the fingers and toes.