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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 44 years old I am suffering my cervical spondylosis since 4 years back doctors told me 3rd and 4th disc having problem and I am getting neck, shoulder and back pain can you give me suggestion for my problem.
My mother is 50 and she is back pain. Her spinal cord from lower side have edges due to bones are cracked from inside and they are now which is causing extreme pain in her back. because muscles are swell from inside. Please what to do now.
Age 50 Back pain, shoulder pain, wamtings, black out ,pain near heart side these are all happening thrice per day and happening continuously 10 min.
I a 20 years old male. I am having pain in my back for the last one year and I am having my M and it shows the blockage in my 2 nerves. Can it be healed only by exercise.
I have leg pain. I am not having continuous pain. Adjacently, pain begins and stand for one day. If rest is given to body then my body need some important pain and I am very much pleased about the situation.
I am 33years old, having backache since 3 months ago, had consult with ortho physician, advised for EFT Physio and taken, but still having frequently. Kindly advice.
Hi this is Ravi from hyderabad May I know the details of yoga related issues Morning how much time to do walk How much time we need to do exercise And moreover how many losses of water we should drink per day Kindly do the needful and revert us back.
I am having ankylosing spondylosis and facing recent flares in one or other joints of my body. Currently having saaz 1gm DS twice daily, Tizam 2 once a day, with Aciloc RD twice a day, folitrax 15 once a week, folvite 5 days a week, Etoshine 90 twice a day, Shelcal 500 once a day and Lumia 60k once a month. The flares are painful and reducing my range of motion and facing jaw lock also.
A shoulder dislocation is a shoulder injury which is characterized by the upper arm bone popping out of the socket of your shoulder blade. The shoulder joint is the most mobile among all the joints in the body, making it the most prone to dislocation. The dislocation of the shoulder joint can either be partial or complete depending on the injury. In a partial dislocation, the head of the upper arm is partially shifted out of the socket whereas in a complete dislocation, the head comes out of the socket in its entirety.
The symptoms of shoulder dislocation are:
- Swelling or bruising of the affected area.
- Deformed shoulder.
- Excruciating pain in the shoulder region.
- Mobility of the joint is greatly reduced.
There can be multiple ways in which a shoulder can be dislocated because of its ability to move and swing in all the directions. The fibrous tissues that connect the bones of your shoulder may also get stretched or torn. These injuries occur due to a sudden blow or a strong force exerted on the shoulder joint.
It is caused by:
- Trauma to the Shoulder Joint: Hard blows to the shoulder joint such as one suffered from a vehicle accident can lead to shoulder dislocation.
- Sports Injuries: In contact sports such as hockey and football, the sudden forceful contractions of the shoulder region may lead to dislocation of the shoulder.
- Falls: Tripping or falling from an elevated place and landing on the shoulder can cause shoulder joint dislocation.
The treatments for shoulder dislocation are –
Medication: Medications such as pain relievers can be prescribed by the doctor to reduce pain.
Surgery: Surgery of the shoulder joint can help in treating chronic shoulder dislocations. Surgery is also required if the blood vessels or the nerves along the shoulder joint are damaged.
- Immobilization: This process involves attaching a sling or a splint to the affected area to prevent it from moving. This allows the shoulder joint to heal and recuperate faster.