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Knee Pain Treatment
Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Treatment of Knee replacement
Treatment of Joint And Muscle Problems
Treatment of Nerve And Muscle Disorders
Acl Reconstruction Procedure
Hip Replacement Surgery
Joint Dislocation Treatment
Knee Care Procedures
Joint Replacement Surgery
Ankle Pain Treatment
Treatment of Spondylosis
Arthritis And Pain Management Treatment
Treatment of Joint Dislocation
Treatment Of Disk Slip
Treatment Of Herniated Disc
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My legs are paining as I have come from long walk what should I do? Actually I was went to a trip in waterfall to that I have to walk around 3 kms up.
Hllo sir Mere right hand me pain hota h joint pr. Isme moch chli gi thi. 2 months pehle. Bt pain abi bi hota h. ANd sir swelling bi hoti h. Please rply me what can I do.
I am 34 year and before one month I have got acl ligament injury. And I done acl reconstruction surgery yesterday. And today I am discharge. But the pain is too much .and no move my effected leg. What I do for this. Pl suggested for remove pain. Dr. Prescribed cefixime and diclo para tablets.
I am suffering diabetic from 10 years. Now also suffering frozen shoulder. .from 5 month. Pls give decision. ..and name of medicine in homeopathic. .
I am 25 and married but yet to plan for kids 1) Need suggestion to reduce weight in a healthy manner 2) Going through severe pains in the joints especially on to lower back and knees. Upon taking a lab report found out that I have very low vitamin D count. Also, getting angry and shout at people in the recent past. Could this also b because of the deficiency in vitamin D.(Count is 8) 3) how to reduce the tummy.
I am 26 yr female and have lower back pain from last few months, I went for the x-ray and retrolisthesis has been identified in the x-ray, can you please suggest some exercises or treatment for the same.
I have got lateral malleolus fracture on my right leg. POP is applied to leg. I am eating peanuts chutney.in breakfast from past 20 days. Will it effect in healing. Or will it septic. Is there any problem in eating it. Help me.
The miniscule cracks in a bone are known as stress fractures. This type of fracture is caused by persistent application of force, mostly due to overuse. Activities like jumping or running up and down for long distances can also cause the condition. A normal bone weakened due to osteoporosis is another reason for stress fractures. Rigorous or excessive exercise can cause this condition as well.
These types of fractures are common in the lower leg and foot as these are the weight bearing bones. Field athletes and sportsperson are susceptible to stress fractures.
Some of the causes of this fracture are:
- Frequent application of a huge amount of force, greater than what the bones of a person's lower legs and feet can bear can cause this type of fracture. This force causes an imbalance between resorption and the growth of bone.
- If the bones are continually subjected to force without being given adequate time to recover, then the body tends to reabsorb bone cells faster than they can be replaced. These fatigued bones, when subjected to repetitive force, may cause tiny cracks which can turn into stress fractures.
Stress fractures usually occur in the metatarsal bones in the foot, heel bone, shin bone, thigh bone, and pubic rami of the pelvis among many other bones in the body.
Some of the symptoms of stress fractures may include:
- Swelling in the affected area
- The area may grow tender and the crack usually increases while the foot is at rest
X-rays are the common methods of diagnosis. If left untreated, these fractures can lead to chronic pain.
Related Tip: Bone Fractures - Causes and Symptoms