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When pain management doesn't help, what are other alternatives for back pain due to bulged discs and arthritis?
My jijaji having knee surgery in the month of October, 2015. Currently he is doing physiotherapy and taking medicines. But his leg is not bending more than 90 degree. Please help. He is in mumbai now.
I am suffering from back pain last 9 years and left leg pain overall foot please suggest what I do any exercises.
My wife has got continuous foot pain for past three days. Last time when she visited a doctor with similar symptoms, she was diagnosed as vitamin d deficient. After medications for a week, her conditions improved and we never visited the doctor again. Suggest a way out.
I am 30 years female. I am getting right side severe back pain and unable to move and turn. I should take someone's help to get up. I used painkillers and ointment but no relief. I want to know the cause and treatment if you can help I will be thankful to u.
My aunt has 50 years old and she has some back pain and her feet are coming so big .so which medicines can give for her?
When my gets up in the morning she feels swelling in her leg, arm, fingers etc. What can be the reason & what is the treatment.
Hello dear sir/madam My mother is suffering from right leg knee pain last 5/6 months her age is 50 plus wright is approx 68 I tried most of the doctors they given tablets. When she eats tablet she get relief from pain but after words same repeating can you suggest any tablet that she get relief out of pain pls. Thank you.
When I have to stand for much time. My legs starts paining. Y it is happening n what I can do to overcome?
Dear sir, I am 51 years house wife. 4 years back I got the l5 place replaced (operation done at sunshine hospital, secunderabad. Operation conducted & done by Dr. Naresh). This is for your information. Since last year I got the urinal problem. Now resolved with Dr. Hegde treatment. After that I am feeling very uneasy due to left portion of the body is getting timmirulu. Also unable to get the trepulu/avulintalu. Yesterday night suddenly lot of breathing problem and left portion of the body problem. Please advise me correct solution to get the good health.
I am 60 years female. For last three months I am facing acute pain in both my knees. I am taking cartigen duo, acproxyvion and celol as per doctor's advice but with no much improvement. Recently x-ray of both knees shows osteophytes lippings are seen from articular margin of femur, tibia and patella of both knee joint. Medial compartment of both tibia-femoral joint spaces are reduced. Impression: Osteo-arthritic changes of both knees. Please advise at this stage.
I had femoral neck fracture, 1st september. Doctor done operation of my femoral neck fracture and they fitted two screw. These days I am on complete bed rest. How long it will take to recover. Shall I join my office from november. What can I do for my fast recovery.
The carpal tunnel is the passageway for the median nerve to pass through on the inner side of your hand, when your palms are facing down. For example, while typing, there is a lot of movement of the fingers and this puts a lot of pressure on this tunnel. In fact, people who are involved in a lot of typing are one of the most prone people for carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). Other causes would include trauma, fractures, etc., where the tunnel is injured.
Conventional measures to treat CTS included a combination of exercise and pain killers in mild to moderate cases. In moderate (sometimes) to severe cases, surgery was also done. However, with advancements in medical technology, endoscopic surgical procedure is gaining popularity.
What is done?
In endoscopic surgery, a small incision is made in the wrist or one each in the palm and the wrist. Through this, a flexible tube with a camera and minute cutting tools are inserted into the wrist. Another ligament known as transverse carpal ligament is cut. This reduces the pressure on the median nerve, which provides relief from the CTS symptoms.
What to expect as benefits?
The intention behind the surgery remains the same in both traditional and endoscopic procedures. The pressure on the median nerve is released, restoring movement and reducing pain in the joints. In addition, the endoscopic procedure has the following benefits.
- Less invasive: Needless to say, there are only one or two small incisions done for this procedure, so less surrounding tissue is damaged.
- Same day surgery: No hospitalization is required, and unless required, the patient can return home on the same day of surgery.
- Reduced recovery time: The recovery period is usually substantially less compared to the traditional surgical approach.
- Back to work: Depending on which is your dominant hand, you would be able to return to your regular work earlier than with regular surgery. If your non-dominant hand is involved, a day or two of rest is required. If your dominant hand was involved, give it up to four weeks for complete recovery.
- Reduced chances of nerve injury: The area of operation has many nerves and blood vessels, and endoscopic surgery reduces the chances of damaging adjacent nerves.
- Anesthesia: This is done under local anesthesia. Therefore, complications arising out of general anesthesia are completely avoided.
While these sound promising, your doctor will decide if you are a candidate for endoscopic procedure depending on the following:
- Nonsurgical treatment including exercise and pain killers have not provided relief, even after several months.
- Severe symptoms including those of nerve damage, like loss of sensation, altered coordination, etc., is affecting your normal daily routine.
- Person requiring bilateral surgery like severe trauma, wheelchair dependent, etc.