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Back Pain Treatment
Treatment of Joint Pain
Treatment of Leg Pain
Treatment of Knee Pain
Treatment of Hand Pain
Treatment of Shoulder Pain
Treatment of Foot Pain
Treatment of Lower Back Pain
Treatment of Bone Fracture
Treatment of Arm Pain
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I am 23 year old girl. Sometime I feel little pain in my neck's vein. And from 10-15 day a little round stone type thing is looking just above the neck bone. What it can be?
Sir. Mera ek hand bahut drd krta h uss karwat me bahut soti thi. Shoulder k neeche aur kohni k upr side me bahut drd h itna drd rahta tha ki ek hath se dusre haath ko uthkr rkhna padta tha na kapde babl skti hu na kuchh. Admit bhi rahi saate test kraye ultrasound bui x-ray bui but kuchh nhi aaya ab drd utna nhi h but haa abhi bhi continue drd bna rhta h me bahut preshan hu aap bateye ye kaise theek hoga.
Consequences of Postural Neglect
- Some people who habitually adopt poor postures and remain unaware of the underlying cause experience back pain through out their lifetime simply because they were not in possession of the necessary information to correct the postural faults.
- When pains of postural origin are first felt, they are easily eliminated merely by correcting one's posture. As time passes,however, if uncorrected, the habitual poor posture causes changes to the structure and shape of the joints, excessive wear occurs, and premature ageing of the joints is a consequence.
- The effects of poor posture in the long term, therefore, can be just as severe and harmful as the effects of injury.Those of us who allow poor posture to persist throughout our life time become bent and stooped as the ageing process develops. When called upon to straighten and stand erect, we are unable to comply. When asked to turn the head, we are unable to do so.
- Our mobility is now so impaired we are considered by others to be affected by the normal ageing processes.Deformities in the elderly are the visible effects of poor postural habit.There are secondary and sometimes severe consequences when these effects are transmitted to our .
- Stooped posture in ageing organs: the lungs are constricted and our breathing affected as the back becomes bent; the stomach and other internal organs are deprived of their correct support and may well be affected adversely.
- It is my own opinion that the bent, stooped posture considered by many to be one of the inevitable consequences of ageing is not at all inevitable and the time to commence preventive action is now. If we, but once a day, stand fully erect and bend fully backward, we need never lose the ability to perform that action and therefore need never become bent, stooped and impaired in so many ways.
I am 28 years old man but last 6 months I had suffering form back pain & headache so far what should I do ?
A fracture separates a single solid object into two or more pieces due to pressure. In medical terms, a fracture refers to a broken bone due to some kind of external trauma. A crack in the bone, on the other hand, it does not cause a clean break in the bone, there is only a separation or discontinuity in the bone material.
A crack in the bone caused due to repeated stress is often called as 'hairline fracture'. Here are the basic differences between a crack and a fracture in the bone and how to treat them:
- A crack or hairline fracture is rarely caused by a single injury. It is usually the result of bone fatigue, which may be caused due to repeated, concentrated stress over a long period of time and thus, it is also called as 'stress fracture'. Other bone fractures are almost always the result of sudden and severe force on the bones.
- The skeletal system constantly remodels itself. The cells, known as 'osteoblasts' absorb calcium and secrete bone connective tissue. If a particular site is exposed to recurrent bouts of force (which are individually not impactful enough to cause a crack), over time the osteoblasts in that region malfunction and the crack appears. Muscular exhaustion can also cause cracks in the bone. Fractures are caused due to sudden external single force trauma to the bone. Nutritional problems like deficiencies of Calcium, Phosphorus, vitamin D and excessive smoking decrease the bone mineral density and increase the chance of both cracks and fractures.
- Symptoms of a crack are swelling, tenderness and sharp pain in the injured region and the symptoms worsen over time. A fracture has similar symptoms and might also exhibit an external physical distortion and makes it impossible to move that part of the body that where the bone is broken.
- An MRI is often suggested for detecting the crack or crack-prone areas because an X-ray can only detect the crack after it widens somewhat or the bone starts paining because the rays cannot pass through the tiny gap in bone material. A fracture is easily detectable by an X-ray because the rays pass right through the break.
- Complete rest for six to eight weeks is the most effective way of healing a crack. Using a walking boot in case of cracks in the leg bones in also helpful. Healing fractures require extensive medical intervention. Surgical techniques like bone grafting and the insertion of metal plates are used to reposition the broken bone.