Doctor in Maa Ambey Medicare & Trauma Centre
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
Knee Injury Treatment
Treatment of Spine Injuries
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Sir I was giving injection at the wrong part of my buttock 3 days back, I use pain killer ,and ice all not working ,the leg is paining, weakness, burning g, please is there any immediate action need to be taken, please give me last option need to be taken regarding my case, the leg seems to be losing muscles, I need help please.
Hi, I am 25 years old and unmarried girl. Normally I am prone to cough and cold as asthma is our ancestral disease. From few days back I am having ribs and back pain and sometimes blood appear in the phlegm. This happened few months ago too. I consulted a doctor and had x rays and blood test but everything was normal. Except the haemoglobin and vitamin d was very low. The back pain comes and go. Mi am a teacher and have to stand all day. Is the back n rib pain normal or it is a sign of something very dangerous. I am very stressed. Please suggest me.
My mother is 65 & had recent started complain about a knee pain, she walk good 2-3 kms without any issue, however once she sits down & while getting up her nee pains In addition to this she also is not getting enough hold from her left hand thumb, she is not getting strength by the thumb of her hand and has slight pain, which specialist should I visit, also wat can be the reason for these kind of issue, she does not have any previous medical condition, however take BP tablets daily.
I am 18 year old and I have very bad backache for last few months I used ointments and also have treatment of bone tuberculosis but I am very much suffering what should I do?
My mother's age is 55 years. She is having pain in her left hand till ring finger. After Dr. Concern MRI has been done and the report is saying that "Diffuse bulge at C5-C6 indenting the ventral thecal sac with narrowing of neural foramen more in the Lt. Side. I want to what it exactly means and that are the precaution to take further.
My left index finger turned blue and it hurts what is the reason first the vein popped out and than turned blue.
Defect L 4 multilevel disc degeneration c blood nerve not compression at L 4-5.Pain in right hip and goes upto leg and to the joint of paw. Unable to move as pain increases on the movement. On siting and lying no problem. taken Drox 17 and 24 of Haslab just started.
Distal femur fracture hai 3 month go gaye hai but grade 3 communated femur fracture hai how much time to recover.
Respected sir, I have been diagnosed to have osteoarthritis of my right knee 1.5 years back. I have been having difficulty in walking (limp) and I get pain in my knee when after walking for a distance since 2 years. A doctor had advised me to do knee exercises which I am doing right now. How do I see to it that the condition doesn't progress? Thanking you.
Osteopenia is a medical condition that gradually causes thinning of bone mass. While the thinning mass is not considered as severe, the real danger looms when osteopenia aggravates to osteoporosis, resulting in a bone fracture. Osteopenia is mostly witnessed in people above the age of 50. The difference between the diagnosis of osteopenia and osteoporosis lies in the measure of bone density.
Osteoporosis, on the other hand, is the loss of bone mass due to the deficiency of calcium, magnesium, vitamin D and other minerals and vitamins. Osteoporosis can lead to broken bones, height loss, acute pain and humpback. It is estimated that over 54 million people in the US suffer from osteoporosis.
Bone mineral density (BMD):
The calcium deposit in the bone is measured by the bone mineral density (BMD) test. This test rightly estimates the chances of bone fracture in a person. Furthermore, it helps a doctor to distinguish between osteopenia and osteoporosis. Being non-invasive in nature, this test can be performed anytime on areas such as hip, shin bone, spine etc. BMD can either be measured by plain radiographs or DEXA. The latter is a form of X-ray that has lesser exposure to radiation. Post the test, a score is given based on the calcium availability of the bones.
How is a BMD comprehended?
Every BMD result is evaluated in the form of T-score. The T-score is derived by comparing the result of the BMD with a normal person in the 30’s having the same race and sex. The difference of score between a healthy individual and a patient affected with osteoporosis or osteopenia is referred to as Standard Deviation. A patient with a T-score in the range of (-1SD) to (-2.5SD) is considered a prime candidate for osteopenia. A patient having a T-score lesser than -2.5SD is diagnosed with osteoporosis.
Risk factor for osteopenia or osteoporosis:
While not everyone runs the risk of getting either osteopenia or osteoporosis, there are certain risk factors attached to it:
- Gender: Women run a higher risk of getting affected with osteopenia or osteoporosis.
- Race: Women who belong from the Caucasian or Asian origin run a higher risk of getting these diseases.
- Age: Most people tend to get these diseases above the age of 50. Humans have a tendency of losing close to 0.5 percent of bone every year after a certain age.
- Family history: A person with a family history of osteopenia or osteoporosis has more than 50% chance of getting either osteopenia or osteoporosis.
- Lifestyle: Poor diet, excessive smoking, alcohol, lack of exercising etc. goes a long way in contributing towards these diseases.