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Hi Dr. I am having sciatica problem my back left side is week is any solution for my this problem please tell all further treatment daitails I need treatment on this my age is 26 years will you please help me out. Thank you for this aap.
I am 51 years suffering from gaote arthritis in ankle. There is swelling and pain. What to do? at present I am talking pain killer like diclofenac injection or tablet or chimolarte tab.
I am female aged 72 years I had ostrppenea in 1992 and was having pain and discomfort in my left knee. I do have knee pain specially climbing and descending stairs but no difficulty in walking I do yoga quite regularly and walking also UpTo 2.5 km Quite often. The blood reports and all tests are normal Recently I have pain in my fingers of left leg for last two months I am doing exercises for fingers and regular hot foot bath but the pain has not gone I am taking g shelcal 500 for last one month PL suggest what should I do Thanks.
I have hypothyroidism and recently got operated for cholecystectomy. I have pain in lower rights jaw radiating to neck and ribs. sometimes its intolerable. What should i do to cure?
Why I cant understand 50% of india population is suffering from back pain bones problem knee problem ?
Sir, I am an cricket player. While playing I feel pain in my back side. Please give me some suggestion for it.
Breaking a bone is, needless to say, a painful experience. But, when people have their broken bone put in a cast, they tend to forget about it until it comes out. This is quite wrong! A person would want to be up and running but does not find that the hand or the leg as it has been cast up. For weeks, the person's hand or leg barely moves and also shrinks up quite a lot!
There is a lot of pain, not only due to shrinkage when a fracture occurs. The occurrence itself causes what is known as acute pain. Then, for some weeks, the sub-acute pain just seems to persist, to the person having the fracture. The reason for this is the fact that the bone and the soft tissue are in the process of healing.
Chronic pain is a worry as it does not go away even after the healing process has ended. In order to make sure that there is a quick recovery and there is no chronic pain which is experienced at all, some of the proverbial leaves need to be taken out of the book of physiotherapy.
To start with, sometime between a fortnight and a month after the injury or the bone break has taken place, the doctor will wish to see some movement in the soft tissue that has broken around the bone. The great advantage of this is that while it may be a little bit of effort and time involved, there are great benefits by the way of less pain and swelling as the blood flows as normally as is possible.
If such movements are not done, a person can have related soreness, which can be even more of a pain! An example of this would be a broken foot or ankle causing the stiffness of the knee. When a person is already in pain, adding to his or her trouble makes no sense at all, does it?
Post one month mark, the physiotherapist would want to see more functioning so that the normal levels can be attained. A person who has a fracture should not despair as if he or she is willing to stick to the schedule given by the physiotherapist and perform all the exercises that have been set out, he or she will be back at the normal level much sooner than would have been expected!
I have pain on back left side from neck to middle of the back (up to low). This is from 1 yr approx from my nainital trip when I was slept at night in the resort. And I think this is muscular or neuro pain. Plese advice me.
Sir, I have body fatigue and knee pain. But, when I walk, I walk for 4-5 KMs non stop. But overall I feel fatigued during the day. Can it be Vitamin D deficiency? My BP is 125/80. Sugar Fasting is 95.
I am 70 yrs young presently suffering from back pain whih radiates to rt hip. Earlier in 2010 I had severe attack of sciatica in lt leg which was treated with gepapentin 75 mg and mv plus physiotherapy ift and back exercises. Now the present problem started in 2010 and taking all type of treatment and physiotherapy no improvement. Mri show degeneration of disc. I use to feel pain in rt hip while waking but now it is there even while I sit. Consulted neouro surgeon as well as physio and took treatment as suggested but no improvement. Can you help me please.
How to tackle Impingement Syndrome and Rotator Cuff Tear
Good Morning, I'm Dr. Pranav Rathi. I'm one of the Orthopedic Surgeon who specializes as a shoulder surgeon. I practice in Juhu, Andheri in Mumbai. Today I'm going to talk about ImpingementSyndrome and Rotator Cuff Tears. These ar e pathologies pertaining to the shoulder which commonly affects middle age to older individuals. For the benefit of the patients I have a shoulder model with me here. This is the shoulder joint. These are the muscles, the subscapilaries, the supraspenitors and when I turn it around the intraspenitous. These constitute the rotator cuff. This is the acromion which is the bony process.
Now we can easily make out that whenever we try to move these, these muscles run under this bony prominence. With age and degeneration sometimes there are extra bony prominences which grow on the under surface of the acromion, and these dig into the tendons. When this keeps happening this causes a lot of pain, especially when you're doing overhead activities like removing something from the top shelf. If this is neglected at that point then this continuous rubbing on the bony surface causes the tendons to become weak and it finally tears. That is called the Rotator Cuff Tear.
If you neglect a Rotator Cuff Tear which causes a significant weakness in the movement of your shoulder then your joint goes into arthritis and this arthritis is accelerated. What I mean by that is normal if a 70yr old gets arthritis, somebody with a Rotator Cuff Tear can get it 10yrs earlier at the age of 60 or 55 and you're really not that inactive and you really want to use the shoulder isn't it? So that is the reason why we should tackle these things the moment they're diagnosed. Now, the surgery to create more space under the acromion is called sub-acromion depression. It is done arthroscopically with just two stitches. At the same time if we find a Rotator Cuff Tear we can repair it using special suture anchors which go to the bones on one side and have threads on the other side to take these Rotator Cuff and bring it back to the bone. And that is how you can tackle it with a minimally invasive procedure.
Unfortunately, many patients come to me who have missed this bus and they've already had arthritis in their shoulders. Now, these procedures will not work to take away the pain of arthritis in which case you'll require shoulder replacement. Therefore, it is essential that you target these problems as early as possible to avoid a more invasive and a major surgical procedure like shoulder replacement.
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