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Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Treatment of Knee replacement
Treatment of Nerve And Muscle Disorders
Treatment of Hip Disorders
Neuro Physiotherapy Treatment
Treatment of Knee Injury
Pregnancy Exercise Therapy
Treatment of Sports Injuries
Treatment of Splinting
Treatment of Spondylosis
Arthritis And Pain Management Treatment
Heat Therapy Treatment
Post Pregnancy Classes
Orthopedic Physical Therapy
Treatment of Shin Splints
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I am suffering from fever and pains (muscle and joint pains). And wight loss ,neck pain, chest pain, how to relief fever and chest neck, muscle and joint pains.
I am 43 years old and I am suffering from backache pain sometimes, knee pains and general weakness. What I can do?
Suffering from pain in left hand and leg. MRI suggests disc bulge in C3 C4, L3, L4 and L4 L5. As per the neurosurgeon I also have L6 in lumber which causes pain. Medicines are not working. What alternative therapy recommended to overcome pain and get back to earlier fitness.
I suffer from Subacromial decompression/Supraspinatus tear of left shoulder. I don't want operation. Any medicines to cure this otherwise.
Hi. From last month I am having pain in my legs and heels. Specially in night. Because of which I can't sleep. Please let me know the reason and cure.
I am 55 years old male. I am working in a private office. I have been suffering from knee pain severely for few years. I have already consulted with home doctors and orthopedics. But no remedies. If you give a better advice I will be very very benefited and grateful to you forever. Please response me as early as possible.
Hip replacement is a common surgical procedure that you may need if your hip has been damaged due to arthritis, a fracture, or other serious conditions. All of these can make common activities like walking or getting in and out of a chair very painful and difficult. If you are facing the same difficulties despite medications, changes in lifestyle and physiotherapy, it is time to go in for a hip replacement.
Causes of Hip Pain
The most common cause of long-term hip pain and disability is arthritis.
- Osteoarthritis- This is an age-related problem that causes wear and tear of the hip joint. Usually, older people get this arthritis. What happens in osteoarthritis is that the cartilage cushioning the bones of the hip wears away. The bones then rub against each other leading to hip pain and stiffness.
- Rheumatoid arthritis- RA is an autoimmune disease in which the synovial membrane in the hip joint becomes inflamed. This damages the cartilage causing pain and stiffness.
- Post-traumatic arthritis- This arthritis follows a hip injury or fracture. In this the cartilage may become damaged leading to hip pain and stiffness.
- Avascular necrosis- The lack of blood to the femoral head can cause the surface of the bone to collapse resulting in arthritis.
- Childhood hip disease may also require this surgery.
Hip replacement- How it’s done?
Hip replacement surgery is one of the safest operations in medicine. The hip is a ball –and –socket joint and in a total hip replacement the damaged bone and cartilage is removed and replaced with metal or plastic prosthetics. Hip replacement surgery is usually performed in a traditional manner or using a minimally-invasive technique. The main difference between the two lies in the size of the incision for surgery.
During standard hip replacement surgery, a patient is given general anesthesia. This is followed by a cut along the side of the hip after which the surgeon moves the muscles connected to the tip of the thighbone to expose the hip joint. Post this the ball portion of the hip joint is removed by sawing off the thigh bone. After this, the artificial joint is attached to the thighbone by using either cement or a special material. The surgeon then removes any damaged cartilage from the surface of the hipbone and attaches the replacement socket portion to the hip bone. Most hip replacement surgeries today are performed using the standard technique however; the minimally-invasive technique, is getting more and more popular. In this, the surgeon makes one to two cuts from 2 to 5 inches long and then carries out the same steps like in the standard hip replacement surgery. The patient may have to stay in hospital for 3-6 days post a hip replacement surgery and has to undergo long-term physiotherapy to attain normal use of the hip joint.
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