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Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Treatment of Knee replacement
Treatment of Nerve And Muscle Disorders
Treatment of Hip Disorders
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Treatment of Sports Injuries
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I am 17 years I have lower back pain above the butt that joint. In bengali it is called but beta I do masturbate daily How to get rid off this pain?
I have pain in my left knee for many months, I had tried all the things, homeopathic, ayurvedic, allopathic but didn't get relief, what should I do.
My wife is 61 she gets lots of knee pain while walking -people say it is va only -no idea some doctors advice for operation -one of them adviced for operation without even removing any natural joint -she is not heavy in weight on 49 to 50 kgs -her elder two sisters also have similar problem but they are little heavy weight -look for advice
I am 66 years old man having good health, not diabitic, regularly waking in morning & evening and covering about 7 to 8 km a day. I am having the following problems. 1- from last 6-7 months I am having light pain in muscles of right hand above elbow, normally no pain but whenever I raise my hand above the shoulder, I feel light pain, my doctor says it is nothing and gave me calcium tablets, but nothing happened. 2- for last 3-4 weeks I am having light pain on lower side of my left foot exactly below the heel, I feel light pain but no problems at the time of walking, my friends told it may be due to excess walking, kindly suggest me. Thanks.
I am 15 year old. I play cricket from last few days I am feeling pain in my left shoulder and lower back please tell some solution.
Knee pain commonly affects women over 50 years of age and could be because of any type of arthritis or Knee injury. Some of it comes with age but knowing how to protect your knees can make a big difference in the quality of life.
1) Knee problems can happen to anyone and one needs to respect any pain which arises in the knee especially after a fall or injury. The knee joint is vulnerable to injury and arthritis develops faster if the ligaments or the meniscus has been torn. Acknowledge the pain and seek help early before the damage sets in.
2) Avoid being overweight: Every extra kilo of body weight exerts five kilos worth of stress on our knees. This increases the daily wear and tear of the joint and sets in arthritis early. Reducing even couple of kilos off would be very kind on the knees. If you are overweight one must choose exercises that are gentle on the knees like stationary bike instead of an inclined treadmill, walking instead of running or jogging etc.
3) Follow rehab and enough rest after a knee injury: If you have had a knee injury, the rehabilitation may take many weeks. During this time, it is important to follow the instructions of your doctor and avoid all activities which cause knee pain. Otherwise, the pain may get chronic and worse with slight provocation. Many young athletic people return to their earlier routine of hectic gymming as soon as the pain subsides, but this can weaken the knee in the long run. One must allow proper healing at the knee joint which can be many weeks after the pain has gone.
4) Don't overdo it: Over straining or sudden increase in exercise can lead to knee problems. Endurance needs to be built slowly over a period of time and one must allow the ligaments to get used to the extra strain. If your knee is already hurting, avoid jerky and jumpy movements.
5) Good Shoes and supportive footwear help your knee by absorbing the extra strain. In general, platform heels are better than pencil heels and moderate heals are better than a six inch or a totally flat shoe. Investing in a good pair of shoes may eventually save you money by saving a knee replacement later on.