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My feet lower surface of heel pain last one year. I have many doctors treatment but no relax. Pls give me advise.
I am 28 years old and there is pain in my back bone for 2 months I have taken the medicine but not effective.
My wife is suffering from elbow pain and her arm also started to shrink from some time. Before 2 months we went to Amandeep clinic at jammu there we come to know that her arm nerves were compressed by a bone of elbow. Then they suggest us for an operation at Amandeep hospital Amritsar, we favoured there point and then operation was held and it was successful according to them. But at present time there is no change in condition of her arm. So please suggest us best method for curing her arm.
My dad met with a Road side accident and has got head injury with multi rib fracture on left side He is bed ridden from last 3 months and don't recognize anyone. Don't accept feed orally, hence Rise tube inserted. Please help me on when I can expect recovery? Anything I can do to expedite the recovery? Diet care? Or anything else.
Sir, my wife is a student she have pain in sacral portion when sitting and touching the sacral portion especially the tail NB one part. Kindly give me the advise to what should be the treatment and how and which specialist what to see me?
I am 25 year old and I am not able to walk because of leg pain, suddenly pain started in nee so I concerned the doctor and I dint get a guy concern and medicine so please help me with it.
I am 23yr old female, I have been suffering from backache and difficulty in standing due to dragging down pain in back (thoracic). This problem started 7-8yrs back and I is now worse. I did physiotherapy once and got benefitted from it. I am mostly suspecting it to be postural backache. But if I sit or stand straight then pain increases. Now since couple of months I have been getting pain in lower limbs also. I have ignored this problem since many yrs but now I want to get rid of it asap before it gets too late! kindly suggest me investigations to be done and treatment.
I am suffering from pain in left foot heel from January 2014after along walk. Kencort was injected in july 2014, remained well up to 9 months , Now pain relapsed , whether kencort injection is the only remedy, what are its bad effects. Is there any treatment to cure the heel pain
I have knee pain in my left leg pl advise medicines at present I am using dicloferrec sodium with paracetemol not getting relief ?
Day before yesterday I was gone through my tmt test and that was negative. But from yesterday evening I am feeling pain in my left arm and neck. So is this cardiac or what?
Exercising and sports activities are necessary evils in your life. While they keep your body fit, you are also exposed to injuries at the same time. Of all the injuries, muscle strains are the most common ones. These might look very ordinary or minor, but remember there is an intense pain attached to it. So much so that you might even feel suicidal at times. Poor conditioning, over exertion and a faulty warm up session, can lead to muscle sprain. Strains are very common in certain regions like lower back, neck, shoulder and hamstring muscle (at the back of the thigh).
Don’t need medical treatment
In most cases, muscle strains don’t need medical treatment. But it is important to provide the right supplies and rest to the victim. For treating a muscle sprain, you will need ice, plastic bag, towel, compression bandage, pillows and over-the-counter painkillers. You may also need certain devices to assist you, depending upon the area that has been affected. These devices include crutches, slings, braces and wheelchairs. These devices help in stabilising the affected area (especially the muscle there.)
As per the data by American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), the most effective way to treat muscle sprains is by following the Rice method. The word rice stands for- rest, ice, compression, and elevation. The patient must take adequate amount of rest and not undertake physical activities. He or she must give proper time for healing of the injury or wound, prior to resuming back regular activities. If the sprain is chronic, take total bed rest. It is often advised to apply ice compression to the affected area for about 8 to 10 times a day. Try to compress your muscle by putting mild pressure to avoid swelling or any kind of inflammation. For this, it is best to tie up a bandage around the affected part. It is generally advised to elevate the injured part above the heart to avoid or reduce the swelling of the area. Sometimes, physical therapy is also needed to treat the sprains.
Risks of strain treatment
There are certain risk factors associated with muscle strain treatment. It is bad to take too many painkillers as they can affect other organs like kidneys, gut and heart. You should also avoid applying the ice pack directly on the skin for a prolonged period. Also, if you undertake a surgery to fix muscle strain, you are at the risk of suffering bleeding, developing blood clots, infection, pain and stiffness. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Physiotherapist.