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I have pain in my right side shoulder, what type of exercise I have to perform for getting relaxed from this?
I have a backache since last 5 years and I do various back exercise but still every morning it's difficult for me to get up means lots of pain in back. Kindly suggest what to do.
I am using isotroin 10 mg for 10 months I am not having any side effects .now I am facing lower back pain problem and muscle ache. Still now my course is not completed is long term with low dose is have any serious side effects .and I am completed 5000 mg and weight is 46 how much dose is good for me. When I stopped incomplete dose is acne coming back. My skin is cleared within 2 months of using isotroin. How much dose is good for me.
I had my meniscus repaired on 28th of july. It was a bucket handle tear. My doctor asked me to take rest for 5-6 months. So now I started mild jogging, but for the past 9 days I feel a little pain in the knee. Is it normal or should I stop jogging?
I am 45 yrs old and having back ache and left hip sciatica pain. When I get up in the morning or after sitting long in the office my back become stiff. When I sit on toes on floor for doing some work for half an hour, I feel my hips little bit senseless.
Hi I am 31 years, I have pain in my left foot it happens once or twice in a year but when it happens I am unable to stand and feel huge pain & swelling. Please advise what need to do in this problem. Xray has performed but nothing is there.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can be said to be one of the most painful disorders to have. There is a high likelihood that a lot of people can agree with this statement as the number of people who suffer from this issue is just so high! Yet, a funny thing to take note of is the fact that even people who are experts on CTS, which is the abbreviation of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, are not really aware as to what its causes are!
That being said, it really does not mean that a person whose life has been affected negatively by it does not make a conscious effort to get better so that the condition is not as painful. In order to do this, what he or she would do is to commit to doing some exercises which directly address the problem at hand.
- To start with the exercises, it makes sense, to begin with, the one which is the simplest and this happens to be an exercise which is often known as the shake. What this requires the person to do is to shake his or her hands while making sure to keep them flexible. This action is pretty much the same as a person would do, if he or she were to try to air dry his or her hands without making use of a towel.
- Another simple exercise which is prescribed by quite a lot of doctors who are accomplished experts when it comes to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is one in which the person who has the condition makes his or her hands a fist. After this is done, what he or she needs to do is to release the fist and go on to stretch the fingers out as wide as possible. The extension should attempt to be in the shape of a fan.
It may be surprising, but it can be said that the ill effects of something which is as troublesome as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can be improved if these simple exercises are done with regularity. However, if a person is looking for a drastic change, it can be expected that he or she would have to do more by the way of complex exercises, at least on a relative scale.
One of these exercises is to join the hands in a prayer position and then separate the palms, but make sure the fingers stay pressed to each other; an act known as steepling the fingers. With these simple exercises in place, you can avoid the pain of dealing with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome for good! If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a physiotherapist.