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I have persisitent pain in shoulder blades. Inspite of different exercises and health supplements no advantage. Please help.
I am 27 years old and my knee having extra increased bones that's why I have much pain in knee joint and down legs. What should I do?
I am 25 years old I had a major accident it's already 3 years now but my knee pains like hell I did CT scan too Dr. said there is nothing to worry about what should I do now?
I haven't been able to sleep since 2 Month after my delivery m feeling back pain so much and having tried what to do. Please halp me.
My mother is 50 year old. She is having pain in left hand and suffering from last 5 years. what to do?
Last nyt I didn't sleep well turning ryt side to left side in the midnight. At that tym I slept at left side some how on my hand placing below the ribs. Nd whole night my ribs r bend slightly b'coz of that my ribs started paining front side nd my backside of my ribs frm 3days. I applied some oil nd medicine tablets but it no use of it so Dr. please tell me how cure my ribs pain.
My mother is suffering from leg pain and back pain and recently these days her gums problem also started so please advice some exercise or any other treatment of possible.
This is a flexion deformity affecting the distal interphalangeal joint of the finger and is due to either distal extensor tendon rupture or avulsion with a bony fragment after traumatic forced flexion of the extended finger tip. The resultant weakness is often painless and presents with an inability to actively extend the fingertip. Non traumatic mallet finger occurs more often in diabetics. Treatment is usually by splinting the distal interphalangeal joint in extension. Surgery is rarely required.