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Knee Pain Treatment
Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Treatment of Knee replacement
Treatment of Joint And Muscle Problems
Treatment of Nerve And Muscle Disorders
Acl Reconstruction Procedure
Hip Replacement Surgery
Joint Dislocation Treatment
Knee Care Procedures
Joint Replacement Surgery
Ankle Pain Treatment
Treatment of Spondylosis
Arthritis And Pain Management Treatment
Treatment of Joint Dislocation
Treatment Of Disk Slip
Treatment Of Herniated Disc
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I am 36 years old. When the knee is in bent position I am getting knee pain. There is no pain if it is straight. This pain exists more than 6 years. Long back doctor advised MRI for knee. I have undergone the test and in the test report nothing found abnormal. Again in feb 2016, I have undergone MRI for the knee in which it states that" Anterior Cruciate Ligament shows signal change - Partial tear" Doctor suggested to do knee strengthening exercise. I am suffering the increased pain while doing the exercise. Kindly suggest whether the strengthening exercise gets permanent relief.
I am 19 years old I am suffering from backache due to heavy work in computers daily, I used pain relief but no use. I wished to visit a doctor he prescribed me another pain relief ointment but it's too waste. Now what should I do. Pls help me.
Meri Mummy 46 years ki h weight 64 kg. Uske ghutno me 15 saal se dard h.and uske 4 saal se sugar bhi h.and xray me uske ghutno me gap btaye h or to or bethne uthne pr uske kulhe me kamar ke niche kulhe k andr vale chor ki last point me bhut jyada pain rhta h.please koi ilaj btaiye. Is dard se vo khi bhi travel krti h to uncontrollable dard hota h.
I have joint pain since last 5 years of my job and I have doing this job for 20years. I have pain in back and leg.
I am having severe pain in my right shoulder and right side rib when I deeply breathe specially when I am lying on bed. I am unable to sleep only. What to do?
I Overhead Shoulder Reach
How many times a day do you reach overhead? Chances are it’s not many,our surroundings have become so convenient. The more you practice this movement, the easier common tasks like reaching for a high cabinet door become.
1.Standing with your feet shoulder width apart, reach your right arm straight up toward the ceiling until you feel a stretch in the shoulder along the right side. Then switch arms and reach high with your left arm.
2. For the final movement, reach both arm sup over your head toward the ceiling until you feel a stretch on both sides of your body.
II Backhand and Forehand Swing
Sports such as golf, tennis, and badminton require excellent shoulder flexibility and strength. Use this dynamic movement as part of an active warm-up. Begin slowly and allow the weight of your arm to gradually increase speed and range of motion.
1.Place your left hand on a wall and extend the arm fully. Reach your right arm across your chest and under your left shoulder by dropping your right shoulder until you feel the stretch in the back of the shoulder.
2. Complete the backhand by swinging the right arm back through the start position and allowing the momentum to raise the extended arm as high over the right shoulder as possible.
The Importance of Good Posture While Stretching Muscles
The Importance of Good Posture
Good posture is one of the most important and overlooked elements of successful stretching. It not only serves an aesthetic purpose, but good posture aids breathing and physical health, and prevents joint and soft tissue damage.
It’s important to keep a neutral spine while stretching. It’s often easy to arch your back or strain your neck to complete a stretch, but the reality is that you’re compromising the stretch and placing a strain on your joints.
The good standing posture looks like the hips,shoulders, and spine are all aligned and vertical. This is often referred to as ''standing tall''.