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I am suffering from my heal pain since one year due to heel bone extension, now want to know how it will be cured as before.
2 se 3 din se muje back side me jalan aur dard mahsus kar raha hu kabi kabi dard stop ho jata he kabi kabi jayda ho jata he Aur 2 se 3 din se dekhar jayada aati he and toilet bhi 2 baar ho rahi he please reply doctor.
I met with an small accident 2 days back. My left foot is injured, swollen and painful. I am applying neosporin ointment and have taken antibiotic too. What more can be done to cure it faster? unable to walk properly.
I can't sleep from last few days. My nights are getting very bad. And I get calf muscle pain at night. What is the remedy?
I fell down from bike, Doctor is saying after seeing MRI it is Type 3 ACL injury, but MRI report shows fracture of anterior tibial plateau.
Hello Doctors, My self Pankaj upadhyay 29 years old. Before four months I got injury in my right shoulder since than I feel pain in my shoulder while movement. On Doctors advice now I have got the MRI done of my Shoulder. The highlighted point in MRI is given below 1- Heterogeneous signal is seen in head of humerus at 11 O clock s/o osteochondritis. 2- Linear intensity is seen in anterior superior lip of labrum s/o grade I tear 3- Fluid is seen in subscapularis bursa 4- Linear intensity is seen in supraspinatus tendon s/o grade I tear Can Anyone tell me is there is anything serious. Is there need of surgery. please let me know the further action I should do Thanks Pankaj upadhyay.
I am doing a sitting job for 4 years now, I have to sit in fron of pc whole day. I take a long walk twice or thrice daily during work. But still I have neck pain from few days?
I have a breathing problem and shoulder pain for past one year but ct scan shows no lungs and heart problem, but diagnosed with winged scapula, is breathing problem associated with winged scapula? How should I Be treated it in best way to removed winged?
I am 25 year old man and have backache for months. I have used pain relief ointment cream for couple of days but have not got any relief. What should I do now?
I am male 75years old. I have nagging back pain. My weight is 56 kgs. I am diabetic Fbs is 176 and post prandial is 195. My cholesterol is 204 I am not having any other ailments. Please suggest what I diet I should follow.
I have had headache for 3 days. It is giving lots of pain. I can't tolerate this headache. Please give me a suggestion for this. And I am suffering from backpain as well.
The carpal tunnel is the passageway for the median nerve to pass through on the inner side of your hand, when your palms are facing down. For example, while typing, there is a lot of movement of the fingers and this puts a lot of pressure on this tunnel. In fact, people who are involved in a lot of typing are one of the most prone people for carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). Other causes would include trauma, fractures, etc., where the tunnel is injured.
Conventional measures to treat CTS included a combination of exercise and pain killers in mild to moderate cases. In moderate (sometimes) to severe cases, surgery was also done. However, with advancements in medical technology, endoscopic surgical procedure is gaining popularity.
What is done?
In endoscopic surgery, a small incision is made in the wrist or one each in the palm and the wrist. Through this, a flexible tube with a camera and minute cutting tools are inserted into the wrist. Another ligament known as transverse carpal ligament is cut. This reduces the pressure on the median nerve, which provides relief from the CTS symptoms.
What to expect as benefits?
The intention behind the surgery remains the same in both traditional and endoscopic procedures. The pressure on the median nerve is released, restoring movement and reducing pain in the joints. In addition, the endoscopic procedure has the following benefits.
- Less invasive: Needless to say, there are only one or two small incisions done for this procedure, so less surrounding tissue is damaged.
- Same day surgery: No hospitalization is required, and unless required, the patient can return home on the same day of surgery.
- Reduced recovery time: The recovery period is usually substantially less compared to the traditional surgical approach.
- Back to work: Depending on which is your dominant hand, you would be able to return to your regular work earlier than with regular surgery. If your non-dominant hand is involved, a day or two of rest is required. If your dominant hand was involved, give it up to four weeks for complete recovery.
- Reduced chances of nerve injury: The area of operation has many nerves and blood vessels, and endoscopic surgery reduces the chances of damaging adjacent nerves.
- Anesthesia: This is done under local anesthesia. Therefore, complications arising out of general anesthesia are completely avoided.
While these sound promising, your doctor will decide if you are a candidate for endoscopic procedure depending on the following:
- Nonsurgical treatment including exercise and pain killers have not provided relief, even after several months.
- Severe symptoms including those of nerve damage, like loss of sensation, altered coordination, etc., is affecting your normal daily routine.
- Person requiring bilateral surgery like severe trauma, wheelchair dependent, etc.