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Spinal Surgery Disorders
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Treatment of Knee replacement
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Treatment of Hip Disorders
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Treatment of Splinting
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My age is 65 years. I am having pain in my knees, shoulders and neck. Reduction in space between cervical is identified. Pain is under control with exercise. Climbing stairs is not comfortable. Will the combination of R73 and Calcarea Phosphorica 6X help in this condition? Any other advice in this condition.
Whenever I take meat like chicken ,mutton , my part of the joint (body) pain like anything and I could not walk properly . What is these type of things call? Is this a gaut. please suggest.
Dear sir, I am physically handicap person by one leg. I work as a photographer in my own studio. My problem is left side back pain is occur when I standup. And how to reduce my weight without any exercise. I work on computer, more than 16 hours/day. No .pain in my eye. Only some itches some time. Please advice sir.
Sir my Mri findings ,right knee-mild medical degeneration in post horn of Med meniscus, grade 1 chondromalacia patella, mild quadriceps tendinitis Left knee-mild medical degeneration in ant and post horn medial meniscus, subtle quadriceps and patellar tendinitis ,grade 1 chondromalacia patella. Finished 7 days of oral medication ,what is my prognosis .the scan was taken 14 days after.
I am 61 years old healthy male without any history of disease or pain. I am physically fit and now also give lectures for five hours every day to students. I regularly attend gym for five times a week where I do cardio for half an hour and weight exercises for another half an hour without much strain. Can I do weights at this age? will it have any adverse effect on my health later? pl advice. Thank you.
My uric acid level 6.3 last four year I have suffer backache problem specially in morning time (5am) what can I do?
Kneeling Thread the Needle
As daily stressors build up, we often don’t notice the tension in our upper back until we have a stiff neck or headache. This stretch helps to alleviate the tension by loosening the muscles of the back and neck.
1.Begin the stretch in a flat table top position on your hands and knees. Extend your right arm out to the side in line with your shoulder.
2.To get into the proper stretch position,bend your left elbow down as you reach your right arm along the floor under and across your body. Reach as far as you can until you feel a stretch along the right side or until your right shoulder is on the floor.
EASIER: As an option to getting on the floor for this stretch, try leaning over a table or desk.
Lying Chest Lift (Cobra)
If you’re looking for a stretch that’s relaxing yet works the entire torso, this stretch is for you! It provides an excellent release for the spine and benefits the abdominal muscles as well as many other muscles and joints.
1.Begin by lying flat on the floor with your hands shoulder width apart in line with your eyes.Keep your toes on the floor.
2.Keeping your lower body in contact with the floor, raise your shoulders and head as far as your flexibility allows.
3.Extend your arms fully and push your upper body up toward the ceiling, finishing with your neck long and head high.
Tips to Avoid Stretching the Muscles the Wrong Way
Stretching the Wrong Way Feeling pain in the muscle and not breathing during stretching are counterproductive, there are other things that should also be avoided.
One of the most important rules is to never static stretch a cold muscle. This being said, you should always do an active warm-up before you begin static stretching. This could be a short walk or jog or a routine of dynamic stretches prior to a workout; or you could wait to complete your stretching routine after a workout.
Stretching with a foam roller and/or dynamic stretch that can also be performed before starting static stretches.Another rule to remember is you should never “bounce” as you’re holding a stretch. This can lead to injury to the muscles or connective tissues.
Dynamic stretching can provide superior results and is considered much safer. Don’t look at stretching as a way to heal an injury. If you feel like you’ve injured a muscle, consult with a doctor before beginning a stretching routine. Overstretching too soon after some injuries can extend your recovery time