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I am 58 yr. S old. 3-4years back I mate with accident with no major injury. I had frozen shoulder after that which was taken care by physiotherapy. Now november 2014 I observed that once again I am having left frozen shoulder. Since then I have taken swd and physiotherapy but this time recovery is not even 30%. Doctor has asked me blood test for homocystine and vitamin d. What causes frozen shoulder and does it have any relation to thyroidism? please enlighten me for right treatment.
My mother is suffering from backpain from over 3 year. But she had done all the test but the results is normal. So can I get a reasons for it?
Hello Sir/Madam, I am having very severe pain in my tailbone. I am not able to carry out daily tasks easily. It pains very much. What can I do?
I am 26 year old male and have backache for last 5 months. I have used pain relief ointment cream for couple of days but no farak.
I am having pain in my right hand, during going to sleep and when arising it gives me severe pain at right hand starting from shoulder to finger, and I can' t lift more than 2/3 kg. 2/3 months before I had fallen down on my right shoulder, immediately I didn' t feel anything but after 15 days I started feeling pain.
I am suffering from back pain from last 3 months. MRI had been done showing L-4 L-5 and L5-S1 level. Just want to know the exact treatment procedure. The same may be resolved by Operation or physiotherapy? Am unable to walk or move. Feeling unbearable pain. Having walking issues with my left leg. Can't put pressure on my left leg and my leg is getting numb. Please help and suggest. Thanks.
I was suffering from chicken gunya and now a days joint pain and chest is paining so much even my thighs are paining.
Can anyone tell me what could be the reason behind unbearable pain in legs? In reports only vitamin b 12 and vitamin d deficiency has came? Please advise.
I am 23 years old. And pain in my leg last 2 month. Pls suggest me what I do. I am very irritated for this pain.
My uncle is 50 years old. He is suffering from knee pain often. And he is having diabetes I think so. What to do?
My shoulder ball is dislocated due to skid from two wheeler what is the treatment for this problem kindly suggest.
With the monotonous workimg shifts of 9-5pm, we often forget to take care of our back which is an integral part of our body. As per the statistics, nearly 65% of the working individuals or it professionals suffer from tremendous back pain (low back pain) being the commonest. It is seen in young as well as middle aged population who sit on a chair without a good low back support and work on their desktops and laptops which are not even at a good level of their eyes thus causing repetitive stress and strain in their eyes leading to low back pain and neck pain. The main reasons are unsupported sitting on the office chair, improper position of the laptop, not taking enough breaks in between work schedule, not drinking enough water to stay hydrated which provides good nutrition to the discs of our spine!
Follow this simple step to relieve the constant stress and strain on the back
1. Mandatory to take short breaks in between work to ease out the stress on the spine
2. Stand near the table/desk to perform back bending with hands behind the hips and gently bend your back behind without any jerks or discomfort. Move till the point of pain or discomfort and come back to your starting position. By doing so, you are reducing the pressure on your disc which is a red flag sign for spondylosis, disc herniation or other low back pain problems.
3. Hydrate yourself properly with at least 10-12 glasses of water daily in order to maintain the nutrition of the discs between the bones of the spine called vertebrae.
(this maintains the height of the vertebrae and does not produce friction between the two causing symptoms)
4. Always identify your symptoms like pain, discomfort, stress, tightness around the back, inability to do complete movements, stiffness, difficulty in walking or working on a laptop for long hours. Consult a physiotherapist for the same as exercises are the best way to heal any problem of the spine