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18-10-97, Behind SBI, Doodh Bowli,Landmark; Chndrayan Gutta Road, Hyderabad Hyderabad
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Yoga to Increase Joint Flexibility!

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Surat
Yoga to Increase Joint Flexibility!

Did you know that yoga poses help you in achieving greater flexibility rather than develop it? If you are suffering from stiff hamstrings, painful lower back and locked-up hips and tried many yoga poses without any help, then you may not have tried the right poses. When the body is stiff, it feels like you are trapped within your own body. Flexibility exercises can help in alleviating joint stiffness that may have developed due to a wide array of reasons. Here are the main asanas that are great for joint flexibility.

  1. Big toe pose or Padangusthasana: This yogic pose can calm the nervous system and relieve stress and anxiety and stimulate your kidney and liver to optimize their functions. With regular practice, your calf muscles and hamstrings would stretch and your thighs would become stronger. If you are suffering from indigestion and insomnia, then big toe pose is a must try and it also helps in alleviating the symptoms of menopause.
  2. Bound angle pose or Baddha Konasana: This pose offers a host of benefits that include stimulating your abdominal organs, prostate glands, ovaries, kidneys and bladder. It also stimulates blood and oxygen circulation throughout the body and improves the heart condition. It is a therapeutic treatment for high blood pressure, anxiety, mild depression, fatigue flat feet, asthma and infertility. With consistent practice, you will be able to stretch your knees, groin and inner thigh.
  3. Child's pose or Balasana: This resting pose calms the mind and improves digestion to a great extent. It helps in elongation of the lower back by opening up and stretching this part of the body where all the weight is dumped while you sit and work all day long. This pose is perfect for opening up the hip and reducing hip pains and improving their flexibility.
  4. Cow face pose or Gomukhasana: When performed regularly, this pose helps in deep stretching the hips, thighs, ankles, armpit, shoulders, triceps, chest and deltoid. If you had been suffering from a chronic knee pain, this pose can help relieving it. It also aids in strengthening the spine and abdominals, and its folded variations are a great way of decompressing lower spine and clearing the hip joint.

Increased flexibility is one of the topmost benefits of yoga that would surely equip you with the freedom of movement and relaxation. However, it is always important to consult an expert before you try these poses, as they can evaluate your medical history and select the ideal yogic postures that would work best for you.

I am suffering from severe leg pain from 2 weeks since I have started running daily and gym leg exercise Please advice what should I do.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
I am suffering from severe leg pain from 2 weeks since I have started running daily and gym leg exercise Please advic...
Next time increase the duration and intensity of your exercise gradually and you won't have a problem. For the time being focus on stretching after work out. Never miss it. Continue exercising and you will be all right in another 15 days. Remember to hydrate yourself adequately.
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I had fever 4 days back. It was cured by allopathic medicines. But there is still joint pain swelling in toes fingers. Can not move easily. Pain sometimes like numbness sometimes sprain like pain.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I had fever 4 days back. It was cured by allopathic medicines. But there is still joint pain swelling in toes fingers...
You must have had viral pain ,post fever in viral infection you do have joint and bony pains. Take vit B complex capsule daily ,drink lots of fluids, take tab calpol for pain relief .this pain will take some time to go.
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Back Pain - Identifying The Underlying Factors!

MCh - Neurosurgery , MS - Orthopaedics
Neurosurgeon, Bangalore
Back Pain - Identifying The Underlying Factors!

Gone are the days when back pain affected a person only in their old age. Nowadays, almost every second person suffers from some kind of a backache. From sedentary lifestyle to certain diseases and ailments, the back pain can result from the amalgamation of various factors, making the condition painful (mild to chronic) and uncomfortable to the hilt. In this article, we will mainly stress upon the factors responsible for a back pain.

Underlying factors that often triggers a back pain

More than often, prolonged and chronic back pain interferes with the daily activities of a person, thereby jeopardizing their lives. For a proper treatment and management, one should first identify the factors responsible for the back pain. Some of the common and critical triggers include

Medical conditions:

  • SciaticaSciatica is a neurological disorder whereby an inflammation or injury of the sciatic nerve (considered the largest nerve in the body) triggers numbness and a shooting pain that moves downwards, often from the lower back (the lumbar region) through the buttocks and hips into the back of one leg. Sometimes, a person may experience a pain down both the legs.
  • Osteoarthritis of the spine: This is a painful degenerative disorder of the spine that mainly affects the neck and the lower back. Here, the cartilage of the discs and joints (lower back and neck) are damaged causing pain and weakness. In some people, the pain is so severe that it limits their motion to a great extent.
  • Lumbar spinal stenosis: Stenosis of the lumbar spine results in severe back pain, especially in the lower half (lumbar area), triggered by narrowing down of the spinal canal.
  • Osteoporosis of the spine: This is a bone disorder where the bones become so porous, thin and weak that they start to crack and break (including those of the spine), a condition known as vertebral compression fractures. These fractures are a common cause of weakness and back pain.
  • Shingles: This is a viral infection (varicella-zoster virus) characterized by the appearance of a rash which is often painful. Shingles can occur in any part of the body including the spine. The viral infection in the spine is what triggers the back pain.
  • Spinal Cancer, muscle spasm or ligament tear and strain on the back can give rise to back pain.
  • Back pain can also be an outcome of rupture or disorder of the discs that act as a defensive shield between the spinal vertebrae.

Lifestyle practices:

  1. Leading a sedentary life can be dangerous, often causing back pain.
  2. People who are overweight or obese (especially the lower half) are known to suffer from a back pain.
  3. In many people, rigorous exercise and physical activities can be a major contributing factor, triggering a back pain.
  4. Women who wear high heels are more susceptible to developing a back pain.
  5. In addition to these, bad posture, stress, a poor quality mattress can equally contribute to back pain.
  6. Do not neglect the condition if the pain persists for more than a week. Get medical assistance to avoid further deterioration and complication.

Hi I am 30 year old lady. I am suffering from cervical pain since 2 years. Initially I felt pain on my upper back and neck only but gradually pain increase and now a days I feel pain on my knees, my lower back, and my tail bone as well. I can't sit more than 2 min. What should I do pls suggest me.

Hi I am 30 year old lady. I am suffering from cervical pain since 2 years. Initially I felt pain on my upper back and...
The complaints you have mentioned are of Vatvyadhi according to Ayurveda .1.Start applying Luke warm oil named Mahanarayan taila on the paining parts of body Followed by Hot water bag fomentation 2.Take Mahayograj guggulu tablet-2 tablet 3 times a day 3.Start taking cows milk in your routine diet Continue for next 2 months and let me know the progress.
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I am suffering from back pain. I have to be stiff in order to avoid pain. My family chemist has told to take afenac plus twice. But still no affect. Please Suggest.

BPTh/BPT, MPTh/MPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
I am suffering from back pain. I have to be stiff in order to avoid pain. My family chemist has told to take afenac p...
Postural Correction- Sit Tall, Walk Tall. • Extension Exercises x 15 times x twice daily. • Apply Hot Fomentation twice daily. • Avoid bending in front.
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There is a back pain for me for past one week, treated myself by applying volini spray &ailment.

Advanced Aesthetics
Ayurveda, Gulbarga
There is a back pain for me for past one week, treated myself by applying volini spray &ailment.
volini spray its reduce pain but u start any pain killer medicenes and apply ointment ant massage for 2min at the place of pain....
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How Ayurveda Helps Manage Leg Pain?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Sindhudurg
How Ayurveda Helps Manage Leg Pain?

Joint pains or muscles cramps are the usual suspects when it comes to leg pain. Joint pains are usually a symptom of arthritis, a common occurrence during old age. Leg muscles are mostly affected by muscle cramps. From an Ayurvedic point of view, all pains are caused by the vata dosha.

What are doshas?
The doshas define the natural inclination of the body and they comprise the three main energies that affect your health and well-being. The three doshas are Pitta, Vata and Kapha. Thus in Ayurveda, pain is caused when the doshas are vitiated. In Ayurveda, ama is the name given to the toxic materials in the body that are caused by improper indigestion. Therefore, pain occurs when there is too much ama build-up in your body.

Useful herbs for treating leg pain:

  1. Clove: It provides instant relief from pain, especially if they are due to muscle cramps. Apply clove oil in a poultice over the affected area.
  2. Ginger: Since ginger has great painkiller properties, it can be added to a regular diet to deal with chronic leg pain.
  3. Liquorice: Muscle aches can be treated with liquorice roots infused in water overnight.
  4. Madhuca: Applying madhuca oil over leg pains, especially if they are due to rheumatism, then it can give great results.
  5. Pepper: Pepper aids in proper blood circulation by helping dilating the superficial blood vessels.

Dietary regulations for leg pain: To help with chronic leg pain, leafy vegetables, green vegetables, Vitamin C-rich foods, plantains that are rich in potassium, magnesium and calcium must be consumed. Coffee and chocolate must be avoided at all costs. The consumption of water cannot be stressed enough as one of the leading causes of leg pain is dehydration of insufficient fluids in the body. Water helps flush out the toxins in the body, thus getting rid of the vitiated doshas.

Ayurvedic treatment for leg pain: For external use, Mahanarayana Tailam is extremely effective. Warming the oil before application will give best results. For internal use, Simhanada Guggulu, a mild laxative, Laxmi Vilas rasa and Pratapa Lankeshwara Rasa are prescribed.

Lower Back Pain - Exercises For It!

MCh Ortho, ATLS (AIIMS), Diploma In Orthopaedics (D. Ortho), MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Kolkata
Lower Back Pain - Exercises For It!

The lower back or the lumbar area is the region that lies right below the rib cage. Pain in the lower back is usually a result of persistent muscle spasms that make it a chronic pain. While many people suffer from this kind of pain at some point at the other, there are few who actually take up exercise as a long-term solution to deal with the pain. A proper exercise schedule and regular yoga can actually strengthen your lower back and help it support the spinal cord in a better manner. Also, most orthopedic specialists recommend constant movement to alleviate the painful symptoms of lower back pain. Do go through this list of exercises to find one that suits you.

  • Partial Crunches: This one requires you to lie down, prop your knees up with your feet firmly on the ground and your hands behind your head. Now bring your body partially up and stop shy of doing a full on sit up. This will help in relaxing the muscles in the lower back, to a great extent.
  • Hamstring Stretches: Get on your back and prop up one knee. Take a towel and loop it under the ball of your other foot. Now lift and hold as you press your foot into the towel, to gradually relieve some of that stress as it plays on your lower back.
  • Ankle and heels: The classic ankle pump involves lying flat on your back and stretching your feet before you begin to move your ankles in an up and down motion. Repeat it ten times for each set. You can combine this exercise with the heel slide where you have bend and straighten your knee ten times each, in the same position as you lie flat on your back.
  • Wall Squats: While actual squats can be painful if you are suffering from lower back pain, you can take the support of a nearby wall for squats that will work the muscles in a more soothing manner and give you a good workout at the same time.


Touching your toes, running on the treadmill, sit-ups and other forms of intense exercise that make the back work too hard should be avoided if you are suffering from lower back pain.

I am on my 36th week pf pregnancy and having full back pain and pain on the back side of neck and head. Having it since yesterday. My full backbone hurts until the back side of my neck and head as well. What to do in that case? Is it just normal during the 9th month of pregnancy or there's something more serious about that?

I am on my 36th week pf pregnancy and having full back pain and pain on the back side of neck and head. Having it sin...
Hello, if you have lower back pain, you should check it with gynacologist. Sometimes pseudo labour pains starts. Position of baby and fixation of head should be checked out. If you have some discharge per vagina, should be figure out to come to conclusion.
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How long stays tibial spine pain in knee after plaster, as more than 10 days above to complete long leg cast but still now while moving leg its pain, not much but minimal. Is it normal? Please reply I am in tension, according to doctor its normal.

BHMS
Homeopath, Sindhudurg
How long stays tibial spine pain in knee after plaster, as more than 10 days above to complete long leg cast but stil...
It's normal take homoeopathic treatment symphytum 200 4pills 2 times arnica 200 4pills 2 times for 3 days and revert for further treatment.
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Mera leg calf muscle vein main raat ko sotay samy kheech jata hain Aur bhut dard hota hain.

Bachelor in Physiotherapy
Physiotherapist, Ghaziabad
Mera leg calf muscle vein main raat ko sotay samy kheech jata hain Aur bhut dard hota hain.
Hi there It can be nocturnal leg cramps, which can occurs by drinking less water and consuming coffee and alcohol. Low levels of calcium, potassium and magnesium are other factors of leg cramps at night. To avoid these cramps make sure that your intake of calcium, potassium, and magnesium are at sufficient levels. Potassium-rich foods in your diet should include bananas, tomatoes, potatoes, broccoli and citrus fruits. Also, try to eliminate or reduce caffeine, alcohol and sugar from your daily regimen. make sure that you are properly hydrate urself daily by drinking up to the recommended eight glasses of water a day.
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I am having pain in my tennis bone or muscle I do not know its the muscle or bone the pain is increasing day by day the pain starts from the elbow portion and ends up at the upper back side along with the biceps I hv taken medicines but nothing helped.

Physiotherapist, Latur
I am having pain in my tennis bone or muscle I do not know its the muscle or bone the pain is increasing day by day t...
If you are a sports person then it might be a sports injury Apply ice pack to the elbow Exercise for elbow joint should be started Elbow band can be used Visit physiotherapy clinic to get proper diagnosis.
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I have back pain. Mri reports shows gade1 anterior lysthesis of l4 over l5 with probable spondylolysis interarticularis of l4 vertebra.

BHMS
Homeopath, Jaipur
I have back pain. Mri reports shows gade1 anterior lysthesis of l4 over l5 with probable spondylolysis interarticular...
Dear User As per your details and reports, your condition can be well managed by conservative measures. Most important point is to correct life style measures. By getting control over lifestyle or habits itself, you can manage or prevent the condition from worsening. You can supplement it with Therapeutic exercises specific for lumbar radiculopathy. For example - SLR, etc. You should consult physiotherapist to get a "tailored" exercise schedule. You should also ensure proper dietary intake of calcium, vitamin D [Most importantly] and proteins. Certain lifestlye measure you can follow - 1) Not lifting heavyweight like flower pots, etc. Take a correct posture while bending. Always squat then flex the torso forward carefully to pick anything from down/floor which will prevent excess pressure over lumbar spine. 2) Use western toilets instead of Indian style. 3) Don't give sudden jerk while starting bike/scooter [if you drive] as it may worsen the condition 4) Sit straight on chair, improve posture while walking/standing. 5) Avoid sitting for long hours, take little breaks [you may take 2 glasses of water prior to sitting, which will urge you to go for urination] 6) You may also wear waist belts which support the back when sitting for long hours is inevitable or pain is slightly more The above measures will surely improve the condition and prevent further deterioration of condition. I hope this will help you out. Happy to help!
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My mom is 61 years old. She is not able to sit on floor cross leg. Again she has pain in hand and leg. If some one touch her leg for massage she said it will broke if we touch. What it is?

MBBS, Diploma in Child Health (DCH), MD Internal Medicine
General Physician, Visakhapatnam
My mom is 61 years old. She is not able to sit on floor cross leg. Again she has pain in hand and leg. If some one to...
She is having osteoarthritis knee both sides. Few things she should avoid are 1.sitting cross legs (squatting) 2.Standing for long time 3. Climbing stairs. Do simple physio designed for knee Weight reduction with dieting up to 2-3 kg also will give some relief. Contact for further help. Take care.
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I am 28 years male having stiffness in my neck for the last 10 days and having pain due to which I cannot move my shoulder I have hot fermentation to my shoulder but not much relief please advise Thanks RK Agarwal 9810013586.

Ayurveda, Faridabad
I am 28 years male having stiffness in my neck for the last 10 days and having pain due to which I cannot move my sho...
Pain aggregates when there is degenerative changes in the cervical vertebrae. This, when coupled with trauma or incorrect posture while sitting or sleeping There will be Headache, Stiffness in the neck, Tingling & Numbness in arms Pains on back of neck & shoulders. Diet & Lifestyle Advice Increase intake of oily foods that are easily digested, sweet things, purified butter, vegetable soups, milk and almonds. Avoid rice, refined flour, kidney beans, and other foods that cause flatulence. Avoid physical and mental exertion. Get a good night’s sleep. Have regular, gentle body massage with lukewarm sesame oil. Dhanurasan, bhujangasana and Ujjai Pranayam are highly recommended for cervical pains. Treatment: 1. Tryodashang guggulu 1 BD 2. Take one tablespoon of castor oil before going to bed, once or twice a week. This helps cleansing toxins and balancing vata. 3. Peel two cloves of garlic and crush it. Add this to a glass of milk. Boil it on a mild flame till one-fourth glass remains. Filter and make two equal parts. Drink one part in the morning and the other in the evening. 4. Warm mustard oil or sesame oil (1 teaspoon) with 3-4 cloves of crushed garlic and 1 tsp of ajwain (carom) seeds until it roasts to a reddish brown colour. Ensure that it does not get burned. Massage this oil on your affectedareas. After that do hot fomentation with salt potli (bag).
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How To Walk With Good Posture?

Multi Speciality Clinic
Multi Speciality, Pune
How To Walk With Good Posture?

Walking is a simple activity and it should remain simple. We have forgotten to walk properly since many of us have a desk job. Many of us just shuttle between the bed, car and the desk only. For us walking a mile or so requires too much effort and time. However, it is important that we include walking in our everyday life.

But as we start adding the simplest way of exercise in our daily lives, it is important that we do the same correctly. The proper posture - the proper time and the right attitude is essential.

Proper walking posture is efficient and easy on the body. Poor walking postures can cause early fatigue, discomfort and even injury. Walking properly involves the whole body - from head to toe.

Head: Walk tall, do not lean forward/backward and stand straight.

You don't have to look down. Always look forward, at least 20 feet ahead. The chin should be parallel to the ground and the ears should be directly on your shoulders. Your back should be straight and should not be slouching and walking. Focus on head and whole body will fall in line.

Shoulders: 'Relax ', shrug once and let the shoulders fall back and lift your chest.

If you are stressed, then you might have tight and raised shoulders. It is best to let go of oneself and relax. Let your shoulders fall back and lift your chest. Walk proud and confident.

Arms: 'Swing', it generates extra momentum and increases calorie burning.

Hands should be relaxed. The opposite arm and leg coordination should be there and your arms should be swinging together. Your leg and arm movement ensures that your body is in close coordination with walking. This also helps in building a momentum and opting for an option called power walking - an exceptional way to lose weight.

Core: 'Brace your core'
Core is the muscle group that surrounds the torso or the mid skeleton. It provides stability and should be activated while walking by tightening your abdominal muscles.

Legs: 'Align and level'

Hips should be fairly level, legs should comfortably swing on you stride. Keep your knees tightly bent and do not roll in or out while walking. Your knees must remain properly aligned with the hips and feet.

Feet: 'Flexible'

The heels should strike first with the toes pulled up at 45 degrees. Then roll through the step from head to toe and finally push off with your big toe to move into the next step. Wear flexible shoes as stiff shoes will slap down rather than roll through. Finally, make your walk comfortable and enjoyable.

Focus on one or two points per walk and gradually in few weeks you can master all of the points without having to think about it.

'Brace

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I have a leg finger injure. If the finger hit the ball than start pain. What can I do please.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I have a leg finger injure.
If the finger hit the ball
than start pain. What can I do
please.
Dear lybrateuser, - Apply pain relief cream if pain is there or an antibiotic cream 2-3 times a day if an open wound is there & do dressing - take a pain relief tablet after meals 2-3 times a day if pain is more - get an x- ray done to rule out any bony injury.
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I am an intermediate runner and will run an average of 15-20 Km a week. From past one month I am experiencing a slight pain in the lower part of right knee. I changed my running shoes the pain and now I am not experiencing any pain during running but have slight sensation of pain after the run. Please advice me.

MCh Ortho, ATLS (AIIMS), Diploma In Orthopaedics (D. Ortho), MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Kolkata
I am an intermediate runner and will run an average of 15-20 Km a week. From past one month I am experiencing a sligh...
This could be due to excessive strain on your knee cartilage due to running. Get checked by an orthopaedic surgeon nearby and start cartilage protective medicines. Physiotherapy will be helpful.
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