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Treatment of Shin Splints
Treatment of Splinting
Arthritis And Pain Management Treatment
Heat Therapy Treatment
Interferential Therapy Procedure
Neuro Physiotherapy Treatment
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Sports And Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
Sports Fracture Rehabilitation
Treatment of Sports Injuries
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I am 19 years old. I m having skin starches at the middle of two legs and on the left shoulder. I m using medicines but when I m taking it feels relieve. After that again it starts.
I had a acute upper back pain one month back along with numbness in fingers now it is better with acupressure and medicines but not fully cured there is numbness in fingers still. What should I do.
My wife had operated shoulder joint in 2012. Shoulder pain remove but not proper blood circulated all the part of that side body. And due too this suffering swelling and pain in that side from face to leg.
Sir, I am 43 years old I am suffering from back pain from left side only. What is the reason & what I do?
From the past 2 weeks I have been suffering from severe shoulder pain. Recent right shoulder joint MRI findings are: 1.Minimal synovial fluid effusion noted 2.Patchy marrow edema in head of right humerus 3.Patchy hyperintense area in supraspinatus tendon near the insertion – S/o Partial tear 4.Patchy hyperintense areas in deltoid muscle near the origin from acromion – possible partial tear/?Nature 5.acromioclavicular joint appear normal 6.Minimal blunting of anterosuperior aspect of labrum, Medications using from Dec 6th T. CF3O T.MOBI ZOR D T.RAZO.
Sleeping on your side
By making simple changes in your sleeping position, you can take strain off your back. If you sleep on your side, draw your legs up slightly toward your chest and put a pillow between your legs. Use a full-length body pillow if you prefer.
Sleeping on your back
If you sleep on your back, place a pillow under your knees to help maintain the normal curve of your lower back. You might try a small, rolled towel under the small of your back for additional support. Support your neck with a pillow.
Sleeping on your stomach
Sleeping on your stomach can be hard on your back. If you can't sleep any other way, reduce the strain on your back by placing a pillow under your pelvis and lower abdomen. Use a pillow under your head if it doesn't place too much strain on your back. If it does cause strain, try sleeping without a pillow under your head.