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Treatment of Headaches
Treatment of Forgetfulness
Treatment of Epilepsy
Treatment of Nerve Pain
Treatment of Tremors
Treatment of Brain Hemorrhage
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Treatment of Schizophrenia
Treatment of Brain Injury
Treatment of Spasmodic Torticollis
Treatment of Nerve And Muscle Disorders
Treatment of Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease
Treatment of Hyperactivity Disorder
Treatment of Paralysis
Treatment of Hyperactivity
Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis
Treatment of Meningitis
Treatment of Stroke
Treatment of Seizures
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I am 45 female with two children. No BP and diabetes. I am suffering from migraine headache since 20 years. I have taken so many medicine but no use. Now I am taking vasograin tablet as SOS. Can I use it for prolonged period. Please suggest any other medications which will not affect if used for long periods or else vasograin can be used.
Hi I need advice on a problem I have had for 4 years I am experiencing pain, numbness and a tight feeling on the right side of my body .it started with pain and numbness in the lower ribs then moved to upper chest neck and now right side of my face and head, it is a numbness in the neck and face and pain in the chest and shoulder. I am feeling tired and weak on some days, I have noticed muscle atrophy on the right side and if I gym I experience intense muscle pain and soreness on the right side more than the left. I have smoked in the past and seems to get worse when I do.
Hello, I am 21 years old I am suffering from mood swing insomnia and short temperdness I am loosing interest in social life only attached to books please tell me what should I do to get rid this problem. I am slim girl eating a lot and nutritious but not getting suitable weight.
Hello, I am suffering from a strange condition since 2 years, my legs become numb all day long, I am obese and diabetic and I have a sitting lifestyle and doesn't work out at all, could this be the reason. please suggest a diet or regular exercise that I can perform.
Burning sensation at the sole of the feet, burning sensation around my testicles, muscle pains, pains at the joints. Please suggest.
Cerebral palsy is a neurologic condition that occurs in children, and is due to brain injury that develops before, during, or after childbirth. The condition presents with motor impairment, and therefore there is generalized physical and mental dysfunction. The brain continues to develop for the first two years of life, and so conditions like premature birth, asphyxia at birth, and postnatal meningitis and encephalitis.
The diagnosis could be trigged by the slow motor development, poor muscle tone, and delayed response of the baby. One of the main noticeable feature that becomes evident is the spasticity of the limbs. The child may not be able to voice it out, but pain is a significant disabling factor too. While doctors would advise that physical movement is required to keep the spasticity at bay, the pain keeps the child away from most activities. This further adds to the spasticity and worsening of the condition.
Pain control therefore assumes a significant role and the modes can range from physical therapy to pain killers to injections to surgery. The idea, in addition to pain control, is also to:
- Improve range of motion
- Improve motor response
- Promote good motor development
- Reduce and control contractures
- Improve overall lifestyle
- Improve muscle strength
- Improve exercise tolerance
- Reduce spasticity
Some of the non-medical ways to control pain are listed below.
Of course, pain killers and injections are always used when immediate relief is required. A structured physical therapy program that includes medications and exercise is the best way to manage cerebral palsy pain. Though initially difficult, over a period of time, it improves range of motion and improves joint movement.
- Acupuncture: Triggering specific points via needles is believed to stimulate the nerve endings and help in pain control
- Alternating ice and heat therapy: This is also believed to improve pain control, blood circulation, and muscle movement.
- Positioning in bed: A well-positioned child in bed may have less pain compared to another child who is not. Special equipment may be used also to keep the child in place, once the most comfortable situation is located.
- Muscle massage: The affected muscles need to be massaged repeatedly so that blood flow improves, joint movement is better, and pain is controlled.
- Botox is successfully used to pain control, as it paralyzes the specific muscles along with providing pain control.
- Medications are used regularly, which are mainly anticholinergic and anti-spastic medications. They reduce stiffness, control pain, and help in pain control too.
- Surgery is the last option and needs to be explored with the doctor.