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Knee Pain Treatment
Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Treatment of Joint And Muscle Problems
Treatment of Nerve And Muscle Disorders
Acl Reconstruction Procedure
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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I have severe lower back pain. I am a cricket player. Keeper come batter. I cnt sleep in any position I get back pain my back is not relaxed in any of the body postures. I can not stand or sit for a longer time. I keep getting this pain every now and then. And it is very severe. I have done physiotherapy for 30 days twice. I was feeling relaxed after that for some days later again the pain started.
Sometime my legs are not feel comfort because my legs are go to sleep and make many pain why doctor.
I actually have a condition of lumbar lordosis or else ylu might know a stronger. Back. It pains after 2 hrs of dedicated study where as my friends can study the whole night. I m 15 years old and I m having this problem for around 2-3 years and I have visited many doctors. They say no apparent movement. But still its not possible.
I feel suicidal for no reason, I often try to slit my wrist. What do I do to make these thoughts go away?
I HV slip disc and troubling since 8 months. So please advise me for being better. And I am sending my all report belong to my disease.
I had knee pain for almost 1 month. Consulted doctor. He advised to take rest as x ray was normal. Despite of taking rest my knee pain did not reduce. Its almost 2 months I have pain. Doctor suggested mri.In mri scan there is horizontal meniscus tear. I consulted many orthopaedics. But few r telling to take rest where as few are telling to do physiotherapy. Im unable to understand should I do physiotherapy or not.
THE LONG AND THE SHORT OF IT WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT?
Realistically speaking, if you have suffered from back pain in the past, the chances are that you will suffer from it again. Up to 80% of people who have had back pain will get it again within a year.
The trick is to learn how to handle and stay in control of your back pain, either by anticipating and preventing it, or by learning to live with it. Remember, in the vast majority of cases, back pain lasts for less than 2 weeks.
WILL IT GO AWAY ON ITS OWN?
In all probability, your back pain will sort itself out.
If it doesn’t then there are a number of things you can try that may relieve your pain. Although a complete cure may be difficult to achieve, you should be able to live with your back pain without it restricting your life style significantly. Most importantly, you should not allow pain to control the way in which you live your life.
BECOMING AN EXPERT PATIENT
Back pain is a long-term condition that usually recurs throughout life. .
FIVE STEPS TO GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR HEALTH SERVICE
1. Maintain a good relationship with your GP and the other members of your team.
2. Keep your team informed of any changes you notice in your symptoms.
3. Keep your team informed of all the treatments you are taking.
4. Agree with your team on your personal management targets.
5. Know what to expect and when you need to ask for help.
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR HEALTH SERVICE
If you have had one episode of back pain, the chances are that you will experience another at some point later in your life.
Back pain can be a long-term condition and it needs to be treated on a case-by-case basis. Maintaining a good relationship with your GP, or any other member of your pain management team, is fundamental to managing your back pain effectively.
These people will be able to explain to you why you are in pain,teach you how best to manage your pain or to avoid it in the first place, and help to relieve your pain by physical manipulation, drug treatment, or in the most severe cases, surgery.
It is important that you remain in regular contact with a member of your pain management team, keeping them informed of any improvement or deterioration in your pain control.
Remember if one management approach fails to work, there are many others that can be tired.Visiting your doctor can sometimes be a confusing or daunting prospect. You may find that the consultation flies by and when your doctor asks if you have any questions, your mind goes blank. Writing down a list of questions before the consultations, may help you to get the most out of your appointment.