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Hi, I'm 32 years old I have heel spur in my right heel its vry painful I changed my footwear and did wax treatment and ultrasound many sessions but it is temporary relief please suggest me the permanent treatment.
My right wrist was hurted during a football game 2 years ago and it pained a lot at that time. Then last month when I started doing pushups it pained again and I went to doctor and he said me to eat Ugesic and use dynapar gel and to have Ultra Sonic Therapy for a week. But after a week I didnt work at all and my physiotherapist gave me IF treatment too.(for a week) but nothing happened. Them I was referred to Dr. where the doctor told me that it was ganglion cyst and told me to get it out by inject and to inject a steroid. At the bandaging room the concerned doctor injected the injection on the bulge and he pulled the injection many times but no fluid came out and finally he said that sometimes the fluid is too hard to come and then he injected the steroid. And I now take Vitamin D3 and calcium tablets and have immobilized my wrist through a splint but it pains a lot. And when I bend my wrist downside a small bulge appears. I just want to know whether I am getting right treatment? I pains a lot what should I do? I am 18 years old and cannot study because of it. Please through some light on it.
I am 24 years old, I am Fitness and Martial Arts Trainer, I am suffering from both Knees and Calf Pain due to excessive exercise while teaching in class. It is effective me also in digesting problem and repeatedly Toilet Problems.
My wife fell down from my bike at her back with holding kid. Fortunately, kid didn't get anything hit as she covered from her front. It has been there for 8 days and she says she's feeling inner pain at lower back pain and hand elbow. I am planning to take her to the doctor. But, I guess, they definitely ask us go for x-ray or some scanning. Could you please suggest what would be the treatment for this to take care of her?
I am 58 years old male. I have c4-c5 disc osteophyte complexes indenting the thecal sac, l4-l5 posterior annular tear with mild posterior disc protrusion indenting the thecal sac, l5-s1 severe disc degeneration with disc height reduction. Diffuse disc bulge indenting thecal sac, end plate changes. I am unable to bear the pain at hip region which spreads down upto toes, pulling pain at left hand wrist radiating till little finger, and giddiness at times for a second or two. Kindly advice me for a relief.
I got a pain on my back bone its paining from almost a month now can not sleep well can not turn over while sleeping. Can not get up in morning pains like a hell can not bend immediately .plz help me with this.
Dear doctor, I'm 20 years old male, I'm suffering from a disease called flat foot, but there is more. My left foot generates acute pain when I put pressure on it, or do something I can effortlessly do with my right foot. I'm really worried cause I can't even control it like my right one. I've had been checked by many doctors far before, but that's absolutely meant no help for me. Please help me.
Since last week my right shoulder is paining. If I push it or stretch it starts paining. Can you suggest me anything!
Knee pain commonly affects women over 50 years of age and could be because of any type of arthritis or Knee injury. Some of it comes with age but knowing how to protect your knees can make a big difference in the quality of life.
1) Knee problems can happen to anyone and one needs to respect any pain which arises in the knee especially after a fall or injury. The knee joint is vulnerable to injury and arthritis develops faster if the ligaments or the meniscus has been torn. Acknowledge the pain and seek help early before the damage sets in.
2) Avoid being overweight: Every extra kilo of body weight exerts five kilos worth of stress on our knees. This increases the daily wear and tear of the joint and sets in arthritis early. Reducing even couple of kilos off would be very kind on the knees. If you are overweight one must choose exercises that are gentle on the knees like stationary bike instead of an inclined treadmill, walking instead of running or jogging etc.
3) Follow rehab and enough rest after a knee injury: If you have had a knee injury, the rehabilitation may take many weeks. During this time, it is important to follow the instructions of your doctor and avoid all activities which cause knee pain. Otherwise, the pain may get chronic and worse with slight provocation. Many young athletic people return to their earlier routine of hectic gymming as soon as the pain subsides, but this can weaken the knee in the long run. One must allow proper healing at the knee joint which can be many weeks after the pain has gone.
4) Don't overdo it: Over straining or sudden increase in exercise can lead to knee problems. Endurance needs to be built slowly over a period of time and one must allow the ligaments to get used to the extra strain. If your knee is already hurting, avoid jerky and jumpy movements.
5) Good Shoes and supportive footwear help your knee by absorbing the extra strain. In general, platform heels are better than pencil heels and moderate heals are better than a six inch or a totally flat shoe. Investing in a good pair of shoes may eventually save you money by saving a knee replacement later on.