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Knee Pain Treatment
Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Neurological Problems
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I am 73 years old, still active. Thrice a week I go for Taichi, Zumba and Yoga to a Seniors Dignity club. I have pain in my neck and shoulders, since the last one month. I am continuing with my activity. It has not aggravated.
When I use to walk for a 2 km or more I am getting legs pain so badly the whole day and can't get sleep at night. so, what to do?
I had suffering arthritis. I taken treatment from rheumatology doctor. But when climate change and any issue in stumuck a lot of pain in joint between back and both leg in upper side. In early morning a lot of pain. If I taken medicine then problems resolved. But how much days medicine should be taken? Saaz500, rantac150, zempred4.
Hi, I had a ACL surgery exactly one year back. I did rehabilitation after the surgery. But I don't feel very confident in playing football again. My knee looks fragile and very weak. What to do ? I'm very afraid I might tear the ligament again.
Hello sir I am guddu I am 30 yrs old man n I have suffering from leg pain problem so what should I do.
1. Standing… keeping one foot forward of the other, with knees slightly bent, takes the pressure off your low back.
2. Sitting… sitting with your knees slightly higher than your hips provides good low back support.
3. Reaching… stand on a stool to reach things that are above your shoulder level.
4. Moving Heavy Items… pushing is easier on your back than pulling. Use your arms and legs to start the push. If you must lift a heavy item, get someone to help you.
5. Lifting… kneel down on one knee with the other foot flat on the floor as near as possible to the item you are lifting. Lift with your legs, not your back, keeping the object close to your body at all times.
6. Carrying… two small objects (one in either hand) may be easier to handle than one large one. If you must carry one large object, keep it close to your
7. Sleeping… sleeping on your back puts 55 lbs. of pressure on your back. Putting a couple of pillows under your knees cuts the pressure in half. Lying on your side with a pillow between your knees also reduces the pressure.
8. Weight Control… additional weight puts a strain on your back. Keep within 10 lbs. of your ideal weight for a healthier back.
9. Quit Smoking… smokers are more prone to back pain than nonsmokers because nicotine restricts the flow of blood to the discs that cushion your vertebrae.
10. Minor Back Pain… treat minor back pain with anti-inflammatories and gentle stretching, followed by an ice pack.
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U am having back pain and neck pain from past many years. I am not able to sleep properly I can't sit for long. What should I do or whom I should consult. Please reply.
I have a migraine problem lots of time my head are being sharp pain and my neck have not turn around give me a answer.
Left paracentral L5-S1 disc protrusion causing compression of left traversing nerve roots associated with diffuse L1-L2 Disc bulge. Now what is best treatment for me.
I am suffering from back pain during wake up time and during lifting any heavy weight so what precaution for it?
Sir, mam I am 26 year boy. 5-6 months suffering both side hip pain continuously right side more and left side less. What I do now.
I am suffering from back pain for a long time. Just wanted to know is this due to anterior wedging of t12. What is the treatment for this?
When standing with your back straight, the stresses on discs and ligaments in your low back are considerably lower than when you stand with your back bent forward. Many activities around the home may cause you to bend-for example, gardening, vacuuming, bed making, etc.
Occupations requiring prolonged stooped postures are abundant: assembly line workers, bricklayers,electricians, plumbers, carpenters, surgeons, nurses-the list goes on-are all required to bend forward for prolonged periods everyday.
While working in these bent positions, you are more likely to sustain back problems in the first four or five hours of the day.In order to minimise the risks involved in prolonged forward bending, you should interrupt the stooped position at regular intervals before pain starts. You should stand upright and bend backward five or six times.
This is very important if you have already developed low back problems caused by working in a stooped position. Regular interruption of the stooped position will correct any distortion that may occur in the discs and relieve the stresses on the surrounding tissues. When this is done before pain starts, it usually prevents the development of significant low back pain; and remember, you are especially at risk in the first half of your day, so make sure you always do everything correctly during this period.