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Treatment of Hip Disorders
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Treatment of Sports Injuries
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Sir, I have knee pains from past 10 years. Now I am using pain relief tablets. But now a days I can't walk with this pain suggest me a doctor.
I have cervical spondylosis, constant upper and lower back pain, can not sleep properly, never feel energetic n fresh, irritation, anger, anxiety, do not find anything interesting, weight gain, swelling in body, fatty liver, always want to eat spicy and oily food, PMS, occasional sharp chest pain, excessive burps, occasional mild pain in stomach upper right and naval, restless legs, no BP and diabetes. What is happening to me.
My mother suffered an fracture ankle in her left leg and was treated for same. Now after the treatment she has been having a constant burning type of pain in the plantar aspect and medial aspect of her foot. She has got all test done even doppler and was normal. Even she had all diabetes and thyroid all test done and is normal. What could be the reason.
Iam 31 years old male and I have left hand shoulder pain in last 30 days. So pls tell me wat should I do?
A dislocated shoulder is an injury in the shoulder joint, which is the most mobile joint present in the body. A dislocated shoulder injury occurs when the upper arm bone juts out of the socket in your shoulder blade. The shoulder is capable of moving in several directions, so a shoulder dislocation can happen through either the front of your shoulder or the back of your shoulder, although most dislocations happen through the front of the shoulder.
- Sports injuries: Over 75% of dislocated shoulder injuries are a result of injuries sustained from sports or sports related activities. Contact sports, such as hockey and football, which require a lot of close ranged contact, as well as sports like gymnastics and skiing often cause a lot of dislocated shoulder injuries.
- Injuries not related to sports/accidents: Hard blows to your shoulder, such as a result of a vehicle accident could be a very common reason behind shoulder dislocations.
- Sudden fall: Any sudden impact to your shoulder which puts a lot of strain on the shoulder blade, such as falling down a ladder, or tripping on a wet surface, may also lead to shoulder dislocation injuries.
Shoulder Dislocation Symptoms
Signs and symptoms of a shoulder dislocation injury include:
- Extreme shoulder pain: Severe pain in the shoulder joint along with an inability to freely move the shoulder is a sure-fire symptom of a dislocated shoulder.
- Visible deformation: If the shoulder joint looks contorted, twisted, or grossly out of shape, it is quite certain that the shoulder has been dislocated.
- Soft and raw to the touch: When touched from the side, if the shoulder feels extremely mushy and you cannot feel the bone underlying it, a shoulder dislocation injury is definitely the reason behind it.
- Numbness and weakness: A numb feeling not only in the shoulder, but all throughout the affected upper arm is usually a sign that the shoulder has been dislocated.
- Swelling/bruising: This doesn’t always occur, especially if the dislocation is a minor one; however, severe swelling and bruising of the shoulder, especially if you have recently suffered a huge impact to it, is a guaranteed sign of a dislocated shoulder.
Whether you work in a corporate office, a warehouse, a grocery store or a construction site, accidents and injuries are inevitable. There are a number of injuries that might occur in your workplace no matter how careful you are. Let’s take a look at some of the most common injuries and how you can prevent and manage them.
Falling down or tripping over something is probably the most common workplace-related accident. The results of this can be minor or major. In some cases, it can even cause a fracture. To keep yourself from falling, avoid walking on wet floors, try and keep all wires taped down and report any loose carpeting to your supervisor. If you do fall, ask someone for help while getting up.
Muscle sprains and strains are common workplace injuries amongst people who work in grocery stores, warehouses, construction sites etc. This is usually caused by lifting a heavy weight incorrectly. Firstly, try to avoid lifting heavy weights on your own. If you must lift something, do not bend at the waist but squat and then lift the object. A hot water bottle is ideal to manage pain caused by a strained muscle.
3. Carpal tunnel
People who work on computers all days may experience a tingling or numb sensation in their wrist. This is known as carpal tunnel syndrome. Repetitive flexing of the wrist and the prolonged use of the wrist muscles are typical causes of this syndrome. To prevent this, take frequent breaks and use a lighter grip when working. If you are diagnosed with this syndrome, a splint may be needed to support the wrist.
4. Back pain
Many people who sit at a desk all day complain of frequent backaches. This is usually due to a bad posture and a chair that is not ergonomic. To prevent back pain, sit upright and vary your position frequently. When you take a break, stretch your muscles. Also, look for a chair that is adjustable and supports your lower back.
Headaches can be caused by a number of factors. Improper lighting at your workstation could be one such cause. Headaches can also be caused by improper posture while sitting or standing. The first step to preventing headaches is to ensure that your workplace and computer is well lit. Using an anti-glare screen can also help. Lastly, arrange your chair and table such that you are not sitting too close to your computer.
Most injuries are often caused by carelessness, overexertion and distraction. Avoid going to the office when you are under stress or emotionally drained. This will prevent any further damage to your health and also help in avoiding any kind of workplace injuries.
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