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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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My mom is suffering for last 2 year from arthritic so which medicine and food for this and joint replacement is good option for this she can't walk after this so, please guide.
Sir I have corn in my right leg palm And I am taking homeopathic medicine I have alao tried corn cap It was almost gone but it came back It pains, has got hardened Kindly advise me. I would be thankful for that.
I MET AN ACCIDENT ON 29TH DEC 2014, GOT FRACTURES IN RIGHT LEG. X-RAY REPORT IS" FRACTURE LATERAL MALLEOLUS RIGHT (CLOSED) WITH FRACTURE 2ND & 3RD METATARSAL (CLOSED). INITIALLY, DOCTOR PUT A POP BACK SLAB FOR 15 DAYS AND HAD OPINED FOR CHANCE OF DISLOCATION IN ANKLE INJURY. BUT AFTER 15 DAYS, X RAY SHOWED " GOOD ALIGNMENT, NO DISPLACEMENT". THEN DOCTOR PUT A SYNTHETIC CAST REPLACING POP BACK SLAB AND WILL REVIEW ON 17TH FEB 2015. OCCASIONAL TOLERABLE PAIN IS PERSISTING ALTHOUGH NO PAIN KILLER IS BEING TAKEN AT PRESENT EXCEPT CALCIUM CAPSULE ONCE IN A DAY. I AM NOT PUTTING ANY WEIGHT ON RIGHT LEG AND USING TWO ELBOW CRUTCHES FOR WALKING. MY QUESTIONS ARE.... HOW LONG I HAVE TO PUT THE LEG INSIDE CAST ? IS THE PAIN NORMAL ? IS THERE FURTHER ANY CHANCE OF DISLOCATION OF AFFECTED AREAS UNDER CAST ? WHEN I CAN DRIVE AGAIN ? CAN I JOIN MY OFFICE DUTIES NOW SITTING ON CHAIR ? PLEASE OPINE. MY QUESTION IS..
Right of Hip. Doctor advised hip joint replacement what is the pre and pro consequences of hip replacement.
I am 78 and have a problem with my right knee. I can not afford a joint replacement. My both legs have developed black spots with severe itching. Blood tests are fine. Is there any cheaper solution? 8 years ago I had taken the magnetic treatment Cytotron but this too was not o much help. I am on thyronorm 100 mcg, Plavix and Ecosprin 75, I am allergic to egg and fish.
I am 40 years man and have back pain last 3 years haven't got any relief what should I do now? Please any solution?
I am 46 years old I am feeling weakness my legs are paining, I am feeling weakness in n hands and legs I am diabetic since 4 years I am using glycomet SR500.
I had my endoscopy done a day back, I just need to understand is there anything which is to be worried about? I am unable to understand the report exactly Following are the findings A) Reflux - hiatus B) Mucosa - Normal C) Stomach - Mild diffuse gastritis D) Duodenum D1, D2 - Normal E) Endoscopy dx - Mild diffuse gastritis I am very much tensed about it please suggest.
Spinal scoliosis is a lateral ‘S’ shaped twist through the spine which is obvious when viewed from behind. It can be congenital abnormality or caused by a shorter leg. If the scoliotic curves are relatively stable and do not involve rotation of the vertebrae, the pathology will limit itself to segmental jamming.
- If however the spine twists as well as deviates laterally, the disorder will include facet joints trouble. The facets become chronically inflamed in their taxing role of locking the spinal segments together to prevent them toppling off on other.With scoliosis the curvature usually consists of a primary curve in the lower back and a secondary curve higher up the spine.
- The upper curve develops to compensate for the lower one, throwing the spine back across the central line so ahead sits squarely on the shoulders at the top of the column, allowing the eyes to focus.When one leg is shorter, the spine usually twists one way then the other, compensating in a fairly predictable way. For example, if your right leg is shorter and your pelvis dips to the right, your spine leans initially to the right, making a lateral sweeping curve, convex to the right.
- Higher up your spine there will be another lesser curve convex to the left, to tip the spine back the other way.Lateral curves in the spine lead to trouble because the ligamentous shoring of the sides of the column is so weak. Unlike the various structures which keep it stable in the forwards-backwards direction, there is little impediment to the segments sliding sideways off one another except the disc wall itself.
- The vertebrae below the apex of the curve tend to slide one way, and those above it, the other. Rather unfortunately, the vertebrae at the peak of the apex are pinched in the middle, compressing its intervertebral disc beneath it. As the travelling vertebrae move off-centre their discs are dragged sideways. Thus the disc at the apex of the curve is flattened and the neighboring ones are tugged in opposing directions. In all cases, the disc walls bunch down and the discs stiffen. Several contiguous discs end up thinner with their vertebrae sluggish-which explains why scoliotic spines can be so worrying, with such a diffuse spread of pain.
- The pain from the jammed apical segments is always the greatest. There may be several of them, depending how many times the spine twists back and forth as it goes up. These focal points account for the wide variety of symptoms which go with scoliosis. There can be pain in the neck(sometimes including headaches), in the shoulder blade area (sometimes down the arm), pain in the back beside the waist (sometimes referred to the groin), and pain in the low back (sometimes referred into the buttock or down the leg).
- With so much pain at once, mild scoliotic patients in particular are rarely taken seriously and often wrong dismissed as malingerers.Symptoms from exaggerated spinal curves (lordotic and kyphotic low backs) usually emerge during the third decade of life as the internal make-up of the tissues changes and they become more fibrous. Pain from scoliosis, on the other hand, can come on as early as nine or ten years old and be with you for life, getting progressively worse, unless you do something about it