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Knee Pain Treatment
Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Treatment of Knee replacement
Treatment of Joint And Muscle Problems
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Hip Replacement Surgery
Joint Dislocation Treatment
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Treatment of Spondylosis
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I am 48 year old man I am suffering from back pain specially ribcage area about 2 year .how to get rid this. Suggest me some medicine and therapy.
Hi Sir, I am 21 years old. Since 1 month I am suffering with back pain Consulted a doctor and performed tests and scanning but doctor said everything is fine. But the pain is high. Is there any serious matter?
What is the cause of joints pain. Is there any remedy for it pls suggest I m suffering from last two years. Is there any. medicine prescribed by uuu.
1. BACK STRETCH
Lie on your back with your knees bent. Keeping your feet on the floor,slowly roll your knees over, first to one side and then the other, holding for a few seconds in each position.
2. DEEP LUNGE
Whilst kneeling on one knee in a forward-facing position, slowly lift the other knee upwards, (holding fora few moments each time).
4. ONE-LEG STAND –BACK
Placing one leg on a chair , bend your supporting knee to stretch for the hamstring out.
5. KNEE TO CHEST
Lying on your back, bend one leg and gently hug it to your chest for a few moments.
6. PELVIC TILT:
Whilst lying on your back with your knees bent, use your stomach muscles flatten your back against the floor, holding for a few seconds each time.
7. STOMACH TONE:
Whilst lying on your front with your head to one side, tighten your stomach muscles, holding for a few seconds each time. This exercise can also be performed whilst you are sitting or standing.
8. BUTTOCK TONE:
Whilst lying on your front, bend one leg upwards and lift your bent knee just off the floor, holding for a few seconds each time.
9. DEEP STOMACH MUSCLE TONE:
Kneeling on all fours, relax your stomach completely. Next, move the lower part of your stomach upwards so that your back is lifted away from the floor (without arching).
10. BACK STABILISER :
Whilst kneeling on all fours with your back straight, extend one arm straight, extend one arm out in front of you, holding for a few moments. Repeat with the other arm and ultimately, lift your leg out behind you instead.
Neck pain and stiffness can give you a harrowing time. From children to aged people, the condition is a common problem that can affect all and sundry. In addition to the pain and discomfort, the condition also restricts the head movement. The neck bones and muscles are important as they not only give support to the head but also ensures its free and unrestricted movement.
Stiff neck and neck pain can be an amalgamation of various factors such as
Our professional commitments often demand spending hours before the computer. The sedentary lifestyle is the main wrecker in chief, giving rise to many health complications, with neck pain and stiffness being one amongst them. Sitting in one position for long often results in muscle pull (tension) and strain. The muscle tension can also be an outcome of incorrect sleeping posture.
- Neck injury and inflammation sustained during an exercise or due to an accident can also result in neck pain.
- Neck injury followed by pain and stiffness can also be an outcome of Whiplash (a condition where a person suddenly jerks the head).
- Stiffness and neck pain can also be triggered by medical conditions such as Meningitis, Rheumatoid Arthritis (of the neck), Heart attack, Fibromyalgia (muscular pain particularly in the shoulder and neck area), Cancer (of the spine), Spondylosis, and Spinal stenosis, to name a few.
Seek a medical assistance in case
- The condition aggravates and persists for long.
- The pain and stiffness are sudden and unexplained.
- Pain that slowly moves down the arms and legs.
- In addition to the neck pain and stiffness, a person complains of a headache, nausea, vomiting, fever, difficulty in eating food, a bowel disorder.
- A lump (in the neck) accompanied by pain and stiffness needs immediate and thorough investigation.
Diagnosis and treatment
Neck pain and stiffness are often diagnosed by
- Physical examination.
- A lumbar puncture can also aid in the diagnosis.
- Imaging tests such as X-rays, MRI, CT scans, Electromyography
- Blood tests.
Depending on the severity, a doctor decides upon the course and mode of treatment
- The use of ice packs or heat pads (avoid very high temperature) on the affected area every 2-3 hours (for 15-20 minutes) can provide great relief.
- Gentle massaging can go a long way to relieve the pain and stiffness. It only helps to improve the blood circulation.
- Neck exercises and stretching play a pivotal role in strengthening the neck muscles, thereby reducing the pain and stiffness. However, in an endeavor to achieve maximum results, do not overdo yourself.
- Medicines such as Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID), Tylenol, Advil, corticosteroid injections, come in handy in case of severe pain and inflammation.
- Use of a neck collar provides support to the affected area.
- Surgery may be recommended (very rare) in the case of serious complications.
- Some patients also benefit from Acupuncture and Chiropractic (alternate medicines). Consult an Expert & get answers to your questions!