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I have back pain from the last 1 year. When ever its come I will do the physiotherapy it recover in 2-3 day. But it is not completely cured still now. Now tell me what are precautions to be taken to avoid back pain.
I have had a muscular pain in my calf muscle for weeks now. I have tried every possible solution that can be done. Looking forward to your help. Please help me!
Tight calf muscles may be caused by a compartment syndrome. This is where the muscle becomes too big for the sheath surrounding the muscle causing pressure, sometimes pain and restricted movement. Biomechanical problems of the foot or from running style can increase the strain on the calf muscles.
It often occurs in the legs. A muscle cramp is also called a charley horse. Nighttime leg cramps are usually sudden spasms, or tightening, of muscles in the calf. The muscle cramps can sometimes happen in the thigh or the foot.
Overuse of a muscle, dehydration, muscle strain or simply holding a position for a prolonged period can cause a muscle cramp. In many cases, however, the cause isn't known. Although most muscle cramps are harmless, some may be related to an underlying medical condition, such as: inadequate blood supply.
I have a back pain in my backward d portion please help me. So that I can walk so please help. Me. I have a back pain in back war dportio.
I am flat footed person. So I am lazy to go for a walk, eventhough it is an easy and good exercise. Kindly advise to overcome the difficulty in walking for more than half an hour. Thanks.
I am often getting pain from my neck connecting to back. Ie spinal cord and also head ache frequently.
I am having back pain issues from 3months have tried various tablet from medical shop but could not find any good result. What should I do?
Hi I am 36 year male, I have continuous pain in my legs and it become worse at night, I have very low vitamin d so when I am taking its supplement the pain is bearable but it exist, what should I do? I consult a doctor and did so many test everything is normal except vitamin d so please tell me what should I do.
I have shoulder dislocation which is very painful and it just occurs anytime when I do some fast shoulder movement. What should I do?
1. My Hip joints pain all along since last 2 Months. I am on pain killers. How can I get rid of it? 2.I get urge of urination frequently, more in night. Get irritating pain before start of urination. I am 77 years of age. Second problem has increased since last one week too much.
After sleeping or lay down for a long time I feel pain in my arms and shoulders, mainly in arms. It is from one yr. Even I have good diet like milk, eggs, bananas in my daily routine.
3days ago my mother had a operation of the uterus which is coming Outside someday before. The operation was done by laparoscopy method but the problem is she has a pain on her shoulder and in her neck whenever she sits straight from today morning & when she sleep on the bed there is no pain. Only when she sits there is pain which she can't bear & want to lay on the bed. Sir please give me solution what's the reason for the pain & what should I do to reduce her pain.
Although most of the spinal disorders are treatable with conservative measures like medication, physiotherapy, exercises, braces etc, certain conditions need a surgical intervention to achieve best possible results. But any surgical procedure has certain risks associated with it. Spinal column houses the spinal cord and the nerve roots, which are very delicate and sensitive structures, carrying signals from the brain to the rest of the body. These structures are at risk of damage during a surgical procedure on the spine, which can lead to a minor or sometimes a serious disability due to loss of function of the limbs, bladder or bowel control or due to pain.
Spine surgery in particular, had earned a bad reputation among the general population due to the bad results of wrongly done surgeries without a complete understanding of the biomechanics of the spine, lack of adequate surgical implants or instruments, or lack of adequate training in the early decades of the 20th century.
Treatment of spinal disorders has undergone a significant and rapid change in the last few decades with introduction of various equipments and techniques. There has been a tremendous advancement in understanding the biomechanics of the spine as well as in the technological support in the last few decades, which has dramatically changed the way of surgical management of various spinal disorders. At the same time it has also improved the safety of the surgical procedures on spine by many folds. The imaging techniques like mri have made an early diagnosis of spinal problems. The imaging techniques used in the operation theatre help visualise the spine while inserting implants into the spine used to stabilize it. Technologies like computer navigation and o-arm image intensifiers provide a three dimensional visualisation of the spine and help protect the neural structures from damage during surgery. Neuro-monitoring systems are used to monitor the neural function during surgical manipulation of the spine, especially while correcting spinal deformities. These systems warn the surgeon of any impending damage to the spinal cord and help make the surgery safer. New spinal implant systems are continuously being developed to make surgical manipulation and stabilization of the spine easier and safer. Minimally invasive techniques, made possible by the special instruments, are designed to preserve the spinal muscles.
Today spine surgery has obtained a special place for itself and both orthopaedic surgeons and neurosurgeons dealing with spinal disorders need to have a specialised training and focus on spine surgery to be able to achieve best results consistently. Improved safety and the good results have changed the image of spine surgery today and more and more people with spinal disorders are getting the benefit of having a better quality of life with a pain free spine.
With multiple surgical and non-surgical treatment options available, it is the thorough evaluation in the clinic and the right decision making that makes ensures best results of treatment of spinal disorders and hence, it is of utmost importance to take the opinion of a spine specialist.