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I am 22 year old male. I have backache problem frim last 3 years. I used many painkillers tablets. Please response me immediately.
I had pain in down part of leg (aire in Hindi) can not walk more. When I come back from office -I tie my leg with some scarf. I already put Ice in my down part of leg. But No relief. Started taking Calciums also. I do not know how suddenly it started.
I have joint pain in my legs. Many treatments done but I get a temporary solution not a permanent one. Ant therapies done. No solution. How can I get rid of pain asap.
I' m suffering from back pain problem and i'm just 20 years old I sleep on floor in my home is that a reason for back pain. If not then how should I get rid of it.
Good evening Dr. I m abdul razzak b pharm. Dear Dr. I m suffering from neck and joint pain since last 5 days persistently. I faces same problem many of time in daily routine so please suggest what should I do?
My report hlba27 is positive and one Dr. said for recover it wil take 1 year. My issues is my back and thai are paining.
My husband have saviour gas problem from which he has chest pain or knee pain or heal pain what should I do? He is also taking regularly homeopath medicine chelidonium.
My grandmother has pain in whole left leg permanently since last two years, what was the cause and how to treat it.
This is a question on behalf of my mother, she's aged 51yrs by next December. She's suffering from severe knee and back pains. She's taking a tablet named dolo kind plus to get some relief and when we check online, it's a powerful painkiller. As per the online BMI calculators, her BMI is 30.1 indicating obesity. Is there a doctor who can help her out of this situation? Is it possible? She prefers homeopathic medicines than others. Please help.
I am 50 yr male. My elbow is fractured. Doc put a plaster which I got removed before one week but still stiffness is present in hand and iam not able to move my hand properly.
I am suffering from sever waist pain which slowly following to right leg. So suggest me some treatment.
A hand fracture is a condition characterized by broken bones of the hand. The bones in the hand include the bones that are present in the fingers and the wrists. A fracture of the hand tends to occur when you bend or twist your hand in the wrong manner. It may also be caused by injuries related to sports and falls.
Symptoms of swelling and pain are the most common of them all. The range of motion for the affected hand will be reduced as well. The knuckle bone may appear to have been sunken in. Most obviously, it will be difficult in carrying out regular tasks which need the hands.
The initial treatment for a hand fracture will be focused on reducing the pain. Pain relieving medications such as ibuprofen will be administered which provides relief from the pain. The next step will be to keep the affected hand immobilized so as not to hamper the recovery process. Once stability is restored, therapeutically relevant exercises are prescribed to help normalize the regular hand movements.
The following exercises are relevant in case of a hand fracture:
- Wringing a towel: This is an exercise wherein you wring a towel to improve flexibility and strength in the hand. Simply grab a towel and twist it in both directions; imagine wringing water from the towel.
- Rolls of the wrist: Wrist rolls aim to increase the ROM (range of motion) in your wrists and the hands. Hold the hand steady and rotate your wrists both clockwise and anticlockwise. You can also hold a light weight in your hand to make it more challenging.
- Prayer stretch: A prayer stretch is another exercise that can help boost your wrist flexibility. You start by positioning the palms together like in a prayer, then hold up the elbows while pushing the hands against each other. You should feel a stretch in your wrists and hands.
- Grasping: This is a technique wherein you grasp objects to improve your grip strength. Try gripping objects such as tennis ball or stress balls to get your gripping ability up to normal levels. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Physiotherapist.