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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 am 31 years old male and I have backache for last 2 months. I have used pain killer but no relief. What should I do now?
Upper left back pain, been going on for about 2 years now. The pain’s onset is usually when doing an activity like vacuuming/standing/sitting leaning forward The pain radiates down to the lower left trapezius. My mid-vertebrae also feel bruised and hurt upon touching. Nothing makes the pain go better apart from 2 ibuprofen pills. The severity of the pain is 8/10.
Sir I'm suffering with lower back pain from 3 months doctor said that right mild hydronephrosis is seen and suggested mcug test please give suggestion.
I am 30 year old. Since 2 year I have pain in left leg muscle. I am treatment by a neuro doctor. But sometime the pain rise.
I have a neck pain and radiate to both hand and feeling discomfort during computer work. Also pain in the upper bach between the shoulder blade. Feeling week my wrist and forearm. So I am depressed suddenly. How I cure this.
I am an 18 year old bot and I am having a postural deformity called bent back from some time. I want you to tell me some methods so that I could overcome my problem.
GOOD STANDING POSTURE FOR BACK PAIN
SLUMP “SITTING” IN STANDING
a. Your knees and ankles are bent excessively, as if you’re getting ready to sit down.
b. Your pelvis is tipped back so that your tail is under you.
c. Your chest wall is slumped, “sitting” on your abdomen,
d. Your head and neck are dropped down and forward, following your chest.
ADJUSTMENT EXERCISE: straighten the legs, head/chest float
a. Imagine a string attached to the top of your head; allow it to pull your head up tall over your chest.
b. Allow the chest to lift up and to expand when you inhale; allow it to float up off the pelvis as you exhale
c. Push your knees straighter, but not locked, and exaggerate a long, straight leg and trunk position-think tall.
MORE GOOD MOVES TO STAND BY PROP, SHIFT, AND SWAY
a. Propping one foot up (inside a cabinet, on a box, on your other foot, etc) and propping through your arms will help to level your pelvis and decrease strain on the spine.
b. Leaning on walls, counters, poles, etc., will assist in supporting and decompressing the spine.
c. Weight shifting and sway: high-rise buildings have a sway factor built into allow the building to dissipate strain from external forces such as wind and gravity.
Your approach to standing should also incorporate this basic concept.Subtle, slow, and small-range sway is a good way to relieve some of the cumulative strain for standing. Use of sway also assists in calming down the electrical system so that the muscles become less tense and the nerves are not excitable.The patterns of sway are limitless.
Do what feels most comfortable to you and be sure to stay in upright, relaxed alignments as you sway.
Use any of the following sway patterns when you have to stand in place
: sway from side to side
: sway from front to back; rock back on heels/forward on toes.