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Knee Pain Treatment
Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Treatment of Knee replacement
Treatment of Joint And Muscle Problems
Treatment of Nerve And Muscle Disorders
Acl Reconstruction Procedure
Hip Replacement Surgery
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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Hi, I am an AS patient and had a flare up in mid 2013 after which the disease seemed silent till end of 2017. I have now had neck spasms for the past 4 months and my rheumatologist has recommended that I take Folitrax 15 mg (1/ week) folvite (any other 4 days in a week) Flexirol (2 times a day for 10 and then once a day for 10 and then as SOS) and Uprise D3. I am continuing this medication for the past 10 days but my neck spasm reduces only marginally with these medicines and if I miss a day of flexirol, it tends to come back. My question is, whether my neck pain is owing to a mechanical problem or is it because of AS. I have conducted both xray and MRI of my neck and it is unremarkable (no signs of fusion yet) except for signs of spasm. Am I undergoing the wrong treatment for my neck? Is it actually a mechanical problem that needs to be addressed? Do you recommend I visit a separate doctor for my neck pain?
I am having finger pain in my left hand thumb from past 4 months. My thumb got stretched back suddenly while pressing the car seat spring button. Its not giving me unbearable pain, but there is a continuous pain while lifting heavy things or even shaking hands. Its giving me a uncomfortable feeling and also I am not able to pop this finger. The pain is in between the wrist and thumb, there is no pain in the thumb joints. I tried using joint pain palms .but no effect. Any suggestions or home remedies?
I am 28 years old men, I am suffering from joint pain due to uric acid especially hand and leg, my uric acid count is 7.3, what are the home remedies I should take to get rid from uric acid along with tablets.
I have pain in my right hand. The pain is between elbow and shoulder of the right hand. I think its the veins that is paining. It is happening from two days. I stay alright all the day but whenever I go to play cricket my hand starts paining. Please suggest me what to do.
Hi sir good afternoon my problem is my left leg heel is getting pain and burning could please advise what is the problem how can I cure it.
Hey I want to ask about my father who use to work usually sitting in a chair so his hip always use to get pain. He dosent take any medicine at all .he is not suffering with sugar .his age is 51so please help.
Throwing a ball, lifting something or even eating requires the use of the elbow joint. This is one of the most overused joints in the body and hence is very susceptible to wear and tear, which mostly causes pain. Pain in the elbow could be the result of an issue with the arm muscles, ligaments, tendons, bones or bursae. The treatment for this pain depends largely on the factors causing it. Some of the most common conditions that cause elbow pain are:
This condition is also known as 'Medial Epicondylitis'. It is caused by an overuse of the elbow muscles and affects the elbow’s inner tendons. Resting the elbow, cold packs and the use of over-the-counter pain killers can usually relieve this sort of pain.
This condition is also caused by repetitive actions and affects the elbow’s outer tendons. It is also known as lateral epicondylitis. Resting the elbow can help this type of pain. In addition, patients may also need to wear an elbow strap or brace to support the joint. In some cases, physiotherapy may also be needed.
This is also commonly known as draftsman’s elbow or olecranon bursitis. This condition affects the small fluid sacs or bursae in the elbow. These fluid sacs aid in the movement of the elbow. Leaning on the elbow for a long time, a sharp blow or an infection could be the cause of this condition. It can be treated with medication and elbow pads. In chronic and severe cases, surgery may also be needed.
Fracture or Dislocation
Falling on the elbow can lead to a bone being dislocated or a fracture in the joint. In such cases, the pain will be accompanied by swelling, discoloration and difficulty in moving the elbow. Fractures and dislocated bones need medical attention. Your doctor may advise you to wear a brace or a cast depending on the severity of the issue.
Sprains and Strains
Repeated stress or a trauma can result in a sprained or strained ligament. In such cases, the joint will feel unstable. Pain caused by these ligament conditions can be relieved by resting the elbow, applying a cold pack and wearing a brace to support the elbow. Sometimes, a doctor may also advise physiotherapy.
This condition is caused by dislodged pieces of bone and cartilage that could be the result of an injury. Young men are the most affected by it. Resting the joint and abstaining from lifting any weights can help relieve pain caused by Panner’s disease. In some cases, physical therapy may also be recommended.
Elbow pain can be tricky to treat. Sometimes, it can just go away with rest or with the application of cold packs or rehabilitation exercises. The most important thing is to be patient and get the treatment process started. Make sure to consult with a doctor before treating any kind of elbow pain. Home remedies are best avoided when it's the elbow at stake. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!