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I am 23 years old I have backpain since last 3 year. I have take medicine but pain don't reduce please tell what shell I do?
I'm 67 yes. Diabetic, hypertensive, post cabg I fell pain in legs while sleeping in a c room. Taking regular medicines. Bp, sugar under control.
Hi sir, my dad 51 year old having problems related to knee and toe. He also have pain in ankle and heel .His uric acid is 9.6 which is more than normal so what precautions he has to take. Please suggest me. Thank you.
My son has Ewing sarcoma on his left tibia,Dr will operate and remove the bone by ecrt method,now he is alright, can it will come again ?
Hi, doctor I am 68 i am diabetic since 14 years height 63 inch weight 75kg active I feel mild knee pain while walking do I need some medicine or excercise I walk 3/4 km every day please help.
Hi, my mother is 65 yrs old from last one year she is suffering from knee pain her knee bone is increase little bit due to which she was unable to walk, sit properly so please give me some advice what to do ?
I am 21 years old. I have pain in my lower back just above my right buttock. I got suddenly, im suffering from past two days. What should I do?
I am 20 years old, and I have a leg pain, backpain ftom last week so what I do to get relief from this pain?
Hello Doctor. my age is 18. I have playing cricket so some time my leg its very pain leg means its called from hindi gutna from my right leg.
Today ‘working’ usually implies sitting at a desk from morning to evening. While this may seem more comfortable than working in the fields, sitting at a desk can trigger a host of back problems. This is because sitting in the same position all day makes the spine bend forward and lowers the efficiency of the back muscles. Working at a desk not only strains your back, but also restricts your movements to typing on a keyboard and moving a mouse.
Once a back problem begins, it usually lasts a lifetime hence; here are a few tips to save your back.
- Get yourself a good chair: Your chair is crucial to your back’s health. Avoid the hard backed plastic chairs and pick a more flexible mesh backed office chair if you sit at the table for a long span of time. Ergonomic chairs may seem expensive, but are worth the expense in the long run.
- Stretch your muscles: Sitting in the same position all day, puts the muscles under stress and with time can constrict the muscles. Make it appoint to stand up every 30 minutes and stretch your back and sides. Also try rotating your hips and shoulders form time to time.
- Take a break: No matter how much work you have in front of you, take a break at the end of each hour. Taking even 2 minutes off out of 60 every hour can have a huge impact on your health. If you still feel guilty skip using the phone to connect with your colleague and walk over to their desks instead.
- Get a pedometer: Keeping a pedometer will help you track the number of steps taken in a day. Ideally, a person should take 10,000 steps a day to stay healthy. If you sit at a desk for majority of the day, take every opportunity you can to up the count on your pedometer. Go for a walk around your office after lunch or park your car a little way off from the office to create opportunities to walk.
- Take the stairs: As far as possible avoid escalators and elevators. Instead climb stairs for a quick workout. If your office is on the 20th floor, walking up may not be feasible, but you could get off the elevator on the 18th floor and walk up the remaining two floors.
- Eat healthy: Lastly, pay attention to what you eat. Avoid eating at the office canteen or picking up a bite at the coffee shop and carry lunch from home. This ensures that you eat a balanced meal. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a physiotherapist.