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My husband feels mild pain in right portion of his rib cage in the x ray the image is also not clear can you suggest any treatment or medicine.
I have a joint pain on my knees starting from april 2019 it become much more harder to walk around, I am a businessman so I have too run around. I also workout daily so is there any solution for that.
When your daily activities are limited due to severe pain or joint damage, it is when a joint replacement may be the best option. Joint replacements are done to restore movement and reduce pain. The most commonly replaced joints are the hips and knees. With advances in medical technology and operational expertise, these procedures have undergone major changes in the way they are done. The success rates have also proportionately gone up.
Hip replacement: The hip is a bone and socket joint, wherein the hip joint sits in the femur, which is the thigh bone. This could require replacement either due to a severe injury or due to regular wear and tear with aging. Replacement is considered when non-medical therapies like exercise and painkillers fail to improve the quality of life. In advanced joint replacement, both the ball and socket portions are completely replaced with artificial components (could be metal, plastic, or ceramic).
Knee joint replacement: The knee is a modified hinge joint formed between three bones – the patella (knee cap), the femur (thigh bone), and the tibia (shin bone). The knee can be affected either due to regular wear and tear or as a part of the trauma. When the knee joint is affected, the patient’s ability to move is greatly diminished, and thus requires treatment. If nonsurgical measures fail, then surgical correction is required.
What happens during the joint replacement?
- These are major operations and are done in the hospital setting, with 1 to 2 days of hospitalization
- The operation takes about 4 to 5 hours
- The damaged cartilage or bone is removed and the part is prepared to receive the prosthesis
- Titanium alloy is often used as it has the unique ability to fuse to the bone
- Sometimes, plastic or ceramic is also used
- These simulate the movement that was previously produced by the natural joint
- Post operation, infection control is extremely important
- Pain control initially could be through injection, and then gradually move to an ad-hoc basis
- With the pain and limitation on movement gotten rid of, the new joint should be gradually accustomed to movement. The surrounding tissue also requires time to heal and support the normal movement.
- Return to movement should be gradual and under a physiotherapist’s guidance. Advance exercise as directed.
- Diet should be modified to ensure the required nutrition is provided for proper healing
- Other equipment like a walking stick, shower bench, handrail, or a walker may be required.
- The first few weeks could require extensive help to move around and get back to normal activities.
Whatever the part replaced, with total joint replacement, these precautions should be adhered to, to ensure complete recovery and successful return to a stage of pre-operative movement.
A receding hairline and premature hair loss is a major cause of concern for most people. The affected person suffers a major loss to his appearance, self-esteem and confidence level. With one of the biggest causes for hair loss being the increased stress levels across all genders and age groups, premature hair loss is seen more and more in younger ages, as early as the late 20s.
That being the case, hair transplant, which comes as a rescue to the affected people is gaining significant popularity. There are two main techniques of hair transplantation and both involve replacing the lost hair follicles from one part of the body to another part.
While the scalp is the most commonly used donor site, the chest and back also can be used as donor sites if there is adequate hair growth. In the recent years, advanced techniques are in place that yield more natural results, are less invasive, and enable a quicker recovery.
Natural process: When compared to the wigs that were used earlier to mask the bald pate, the hair transplant is a more natural way to replace lost hair. It is healthier, has no chemicals, and does not have any harmful or allergic reactions.
Improved esthetics: The person’s own hair is transplanted and so the new hair growth that covers the bald pate resembles the rest of the hair, producing quite a natural appearance. Of course, there is the initial stage where the donor site requires some healing before the transplanted follicles are completely absorbed and begin to yield results. Also, this is far better than the wigs that give away the fact that the person has had hair loss and is using artificial hair.
Relatively permanent solution: Hair transplant is more or less a permanent solution to hair loss and receding hair loss. There are very few people who have had transplants and have again experienced baldness. Though the newly growing hair might be thinner, it is not that obvious for the others as it is for you. It is more often than not a permanent solution to the bald spots that you once experienced.
Psychological effects: Restoring lost hair improves confidence and self-esteem and improves self-worth too. The personality of a person changes drastically, and anybody who has gone through hair loss and had successful transplant surgery can vouch for it.
Low maintenance: There is actually no ongoing maintenance that is required after the hair transplant. Routine hair care suffices, making it easy for the person without multiple follow-up visits.
Go ahead with hair transplant, if you have a receding hairline. You will see the benefits for yourself.
Maintaining your hair is probably one of the most tiresome things because hair needs a lot of attention, and if you choose to ignore it, it gets all messy and scruffy, thus making it all the more difficult for you to maintain it any further.
There may be many gels and lotions in the markets that promise you the best and most shiny hair, but you know better because all of us have been there. The moment you stop using the gels, your hair turn into a larger version of a swallow's nest and you are left with the eternally perplexing question, what should you do to your hair to maintain your health. Well we thought we could help you with these hacks.
Comb wet hair with a lot of care and as much time as they require. The reason for this is that wet hairs are very fragile and are prone to damage. They can break pretty easily. So experts suggest you to comb them from their roots with a comb that has widely spaced teeth.
Every 6-8 weeks, trim the outermost edges of your hair. This will help you avoid split-ends and also keep your hair in a fairly good shape. Also trimming may help you cut out the grey hair that is likely to show itself distinctly if not taken care of.
If you use conditioners for your hair, make sure that you wash it off using cold water. Cold water helps your hair avoid shocks that can otherwise be felt because of the hot water. Thus it is safe to say that cold water helps your hair maintain its strength in such conditions.
Sulphate shampoos have made their way in the markets recently and their popularity has surged to quite an extent. Sulphates clean your scalp of all the dirt but at the same time they also wash off all the essential oils in your hair, so experts suggest that sulphate-free shampoos should be used as much as possible.
If you have dry hair, it is suggested that you avoid colouring your hair. The reason for this is the fact that dry hairs are likely to get damaged to a great extent if you dye them.
Finally, do not do anything that would impart heat to your hair, like straightening or ironing them. Heat damages your hair in the worst manner.
If you follow these simple tricks and tips, there is a good chance that your hair may seem to be all the more wonderful and better than ever, and make every day of yours a good hair day!
Hello Dr. Mai 2 months pehle dizziness ki wajha se mai floor pe gir gyi thi. Mai breast feeding mother hun. Tab mere hand wrist pe lgi thi Dr. or bhut pain bhi hua tha. Ab jab wrist down karti hu to bone upar ki taraf uthti hai or vaise straight krne par nhi dikhti.
I am developing lump in wrist, which presently is not paining, but growing in size. Also, the hip has started paining without any background of any injury or fall. My age is 37. Last time there was an infection in liver. What should be done to overcome the lump n hip pain.
Common Summer Orthopaedic Injuries-
Tennis_elbow (tendinitis of the elbow)-
You don’t have to play tennis to suffer this injury, inflamed and painful tendons located on the outer side of the elbow. It’s a repetitive use condition, so it makes sense that cases flare up when warm weather encourages more outdoor athletic activity.
Pitcher’s elbow involves the UCL or ulnar collateral ligament, which usually keeps our elbow stable as we perform overhead throwing movements. The term pitcher’s elbow is aptly named, as baseball players who pitch suffer from pitcher’s elbow in greater numbers than other people.
ACL tear or injury-
Landing the wrong way after a jump, or fast turns can lead to an ACL injury.
To help prevent an ACL injury, warm up before you start any type of vigorous physical activity. Working with a sports trainer can help you improve your technique and strengthen the muscles that stabilize your knee area.
Ankle sprains & strains-
Summertime activities can increase their frequency, just like other injuries. Walking on uneven surfaces, especially with unsupportive or flimsy footwear increases your risk. Add in risk factors such as outdoor, evening activities, low light conditions, and perhaps some holiday libation in your system, and ankle sprains happen more often than you would think.
Ankle sprains can be minor, or severe, and they all involve damage to the ligaments that support and stabilize your ankle. It’s important to treat any kind of ankle sprain and not just “walk through the pain,” because damage can get worse and make repeat injury more likely in the future.
Flip-flops and other types of “nearly bare” footwear can increase your risk of plantar fasciitis, which causes sore, stiff heels and feet. Plantar fasciitis occurs when inflammation targets the ligaments that support the arch of the foot. Wearing supportive shoes is an easy way to reduce the likelihood that you will get plantar fasciitis this summer.
Staying active and avoiding injury-
R.I.C.E for inflamed tendons and ligaments-
R-I-C-E (short for rest, ice, compression, and elevation) is the basic treatment for most types of sports injuries caused by irritated or damaged tendons and ligaments. This is a good first step to minimize pain and prevent further damage. Of course, follow up with your orthopedist or primary care doctor for a consult about rehabilitation and further treatment for serious injuries.
Remember that everything should be done in moderation, don’t overdo it or underdo it when it comes to being active. With that said, take your time to warm up, cool down, and wear the proper attire to avoid injury. If you become injured, there are a bevy of treatments available depending on the severity. From physical therapy and personal training to regenerative medicine treatments and even surgery, you can get fixed up and back on the field of play.
Shortening the Time to Return to Play (TTRTP) is a high priority for professional athletes but also for ordinary folks. Summer only lasts a few months! If you are experiencing pain or other symptoms caused by an orthopedic problem, or to find out if you may be a candidate for stem cell or PRP therapy.