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Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Treatment of Knee replacement
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Treatment of Hip Disorders
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Hello, I have pain in my right leg, the pain starts from lower part of leg to upper part of leg. I consult neurosurgeon. They suggest me for surgery.In the MRI reports: Diffuse disc bulg with posture-central extrusion at L5/S1 level causing thecal sac compression and B/L neutral forminal compromise. X-RAY L.SPINE:spondylitis changes. The patient was managed conservatively with I/V antibiotic, OHA, PPI and other supportive measures. I want to know there is really needed for surgery or can treat with other medicines?
I am 20 years old and I am suffering from knee injuries what should I do now actually I was playing football yesterday so I injured very seriously.
I am having knee joint pain for lsat 5 years. The intensity has increased Doctor advised me to do exercises and no medication. It is improving Will it be cured by physical exercises or medication. Doctor also advised me not to go for knee replacement at this stage.
I have shoulder pain for a few days. It's getting worse day by day. Pls give me some advise about it.
Hi. I am 20 years old male. I had a sprain on my ankle 8 months ago. The swelling is gone but the pain is still their. What should I do. Help me. Thank you.
I am 25 year old male and have a backache for last 3 months. I have used pain relief ointment but there is no relief.
Am a 30 years old mother of 2 kids, one of 5 years & the other 3 years old. My kids often complaint me that their Legs are paining specifically in the night time even if they are involved in their regular activities and not some other heavy activities. Why does this happen specifically in the Night Time? What could be the Reasons behind this & is it a matter of worry? Please help me out of this. Thinking you.
I have too much a back pain and I don't know how to handle it by the by Iam a student? please give me a suggestions.
I am 50 years old male. I am having numbness problem in my both feet. I have consulted a neurologist and diagnosed the spinal cord disc problem. He suggested a surgery. But I do not want to go for surgery. Looking for a alternative solution.
I am 32. When I woke up every morning I feel pain in my lower back, my work is related to marketing so I always travel on bike. Pleas suggest me some yoga or exercise to relief n any critical damage to my back in future.
When i was in class 4th i had an accident in which i didn't had any external injury but from then a severe pain started in my legs because of which i was not even able to walk. For this i got treated also but i got better only through some natural treatment. And now i am 22 yrs old and still i have pain in my legs i cant walk smoothly, can't run. It still pains a lot. Many times i started my treatment but usually it had no effects whether these medicines or physiotherapy, even my x-ray reports are normal. Kindly help me in knowing the problem as well the treatment as its been years i am suffering.
I have a lot of lower back pain and also neck pain .I have taken physiotherapy treatment for almost 2 months but doesn't seem to go away. I don't want to do drugs on regular basis. I also walk for 45 minutes daily but do to fast walking my toes also get a numb feeling. Swimming makes my neck pain ,I am confused about what to do or no. Please advice.
I am 69 years old male inactive from service since last 15 months & settled in Bangalore staying with my daughter. Since early Nov 2016, I was having occasional pain in my left leg (below Hip. That time, I checked with local orthopaedic who diagnosed it as Trochanteric Bursitis and did not suggest any X-Ray. The pain was on & off.In between I checked with neuro physician, Rheumatologist as well as medicine Specialist. Surprisingly,no one suggested for MRI nor x-ray and suggested to take some pain relief tablets/ointment. For the past 5 weeks, due to pain I was practically at bed except for going to washroom. Today I decided to again check with my Rheumatologist and he suggested to have pelvic MRI. The MRI report is attached for your kind perusal. For your information, I was getting treatment for atherosclerosis Scleroderma for the last 20 years and as part of medication, I was taking steroids (wysolone 5 mg/omnacortil 5 mg) once a day. MRI Report is as follows MRI OF HIP JOINTS TECHNIQUE: Multi-planar, multi-sequence imaging of both hip joints was performed. FINDINGS: Geographic signal abnormalities are seen in both femoral heads (anterior and superior portion) demonstrating double line sign with T1 and T2 hypointense outer margin and T2 hyperintense inner margins. Marrow edema in left femoral head and neck. Small effusion is seen on the left. Hip joint space is maintained bilaterally. Normal marrow signals are noted in the acetabulum. Gluteii, iliopsoas, hamstring and short external rotators are intact. STIR hyperintenstiy noted involving the origin of left vastus lateralis muscle - edema. The sacroiliac joints are normal. The pelvic viscera are unremarkable. IMPRESSION: -Avascular necrosis of bilateral femoral head (Ficat and Arlet stage II). -Marrow edema involving left femoral head and neck with mild joint effusion.
Hello, I have back pain since 2 years. I have gone for physiotherapy but it did not work. So any suggestions, where should I go?
Pain in bone from hip to lower portion of leg. When she want to stand or walk feeling pain. Please suggest.
In my right hand tricep area, there is continuous to fro muscle movements. It is continuing for half a day. There is no pain. What is happening?
When you experience any kind of bone and joint pain, you may be wondering what the best remedy might be to get relief. Some people ignore the pain, and it worsens, while others take over-the-counter medicines. However, the best remedy for bone and joint pain is to visit a pain management specialist. The field of pain management has evolved over the last twenty years. Nowadays, there are dedicated pain management specialists who are experts in treating bone and joint pain.
Here are 3 reasons to consult a pain management specialist for bone and joint pain:
- Pain management specialists are trained especially for understanding any kind of bone or joint pain. They undergo special training based on bone and joint pain management and thus know how best to recognize and treat such pains.
- Pain management specialists have a multidisciplinary approach towards treating bone and joint pain. The aim of pain management is to provide overall treatment and pain management specialists know about the best ways to take care of joint and bone pains. Pain management involves interventional procedures, psychological therapies, medication management and physical therapies. Pain management specialists also provide you with lifestyle modification remedies and assign you exercise schedules and diet plans. Alternative medicines like acupuncture and massage therapies are also provided by pain management specialists.
- Pain management specialists cooperate with you and come up with the best solution for your bone and joint pain. Pain is such an aspect, which has no fixed cure and the remedy varies from person to person and depends on the nature and severity of the pain. Thus everyone should receive a personalized treatment, which is most suitable to cure the pain that has occurred to them. Pain management specialists work with patients, discuss a lot and come up with the best treatment procedure, which would complement the patient. For example, a neurostimulation device can be prescribed to a patient who suffers from complex regional pain syndrome and did not have success with other treatment procedures. In many patients with a shattered spinal disc, pain management specialists prescribe injections, which work effectively to give relief and treat the condition.
A pain management specialist can make the best assessments on bone and joint pain. Being trained especially in bone and joint pain management, you can bank upon pain management specialists to receive the best treatment for your bone or joint pain.