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Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Treatment of Nerve And Muscle Disorders
Treatment of Hip Disorders
Neuro Physiotherapy Treatment
Treatment of Knee Injury
Pregnancy Exercise Therapy
Treatment of Sports Injuries
Treatment of Splinting
Treatment of Spondylosis
Arthritis And Pain Management Treatment
Heat Therapy Treatment
Post Pregnancy Classes
Orthopedic Physical Therapy
Treatment of Shin Splints
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I am 64 male 171cm 70kg person. I feel pain in my left buttock whose origin seem to be near to my belt round towards left. Docs say it is due to slip disc l4l5 but I suspect it is due to some impact injury I remember. I can lift leg forward move briskly and do not feel running pain in whole left leg. Could you suggest what to be tested in this context ?
I am 39 years old, my height is 5 feet 3 inch and 65/66 kg my problem is that my left ankle bone (calcaneus) is pain during standing/walk for few minutes. I don't carry any heavy material/do any hardworking. I have tested uric it normal. Please kindly advice.
I have angle pain with shooting pain to last 3 fingers. I had cortisone tablets for 5 days for this pain. Doctor told it is peroneal tendonitis. But the pain is not subsiding. What should I do next. I also have aching pain for legs. I have cervical spondylitis, disc problem with shooting pain to the same leg. But MRI shows the angle pain not related to these problems .pls give me a reply.
I am a male patient aged 80 years suffering from severe pain in both knee joints. At times there is aches in whole bodies.
RANSCUTANEOUS ELECTRICAL NERVE STIMULATION (TENS)
TENS is a type of pain relief that is centered around using small electrical currents to ‘ block out’ the nerves that are transmitting the feelings of pain you are experiencing. Instead of pain, you will feel more tolerable tingling sensations. Small pads are placed above or to either side of the area that is giving pain, and the results are felt straight away. TENS can be used to manage both acute and chronic pain but may not work for everyone.
For people with pacemakers, women in the first 3 months of pregnancy and people who operate heavy machinery, TENS is not an appropriate form of pain relief.If it is appropriate for you, your PHYSIOTHERAPISTcan refer you to a hospital physiotherapy department or a community physiotherapist who will be able to loan you a TENS machine for several weeks. If TENS is effective in reducing your pain, you may wish to buy your own machine
Pain transmission (or nociception) is the series of events that takes place in our bodies which allow us to feet and react to pain. It is very complex process.
WHEN PAIN HELPS US OUT
1. We are exposed to something that is painful (a painful stimulus). Forexample, we walk barefoot onto a hot sandy beach.
2. Specialized structures on the soles of our feet called pain receptorsdetect the painful stimulus.
3. The pain receptors send messages to the brain via the spinal cord (timeframe-fraction of a second).
4. The brain receives the pain message and interprets it ( time frame-fraction of a second).
5. The brain co-ordinates a response to the pain (e.g. get off the beach , run into the sea, put shoes on). Pain receptors are located throughout our bodies. Different types of pain receptor detect different types of stimuli (like temperature, pressure and chemicals).