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I am 23 year old. From last two days I have pain in my lower arm so there is trouble in walking. Kindly suggest me some medicine or any other prescription.
I have been having this pain in my lower back from past 2 months (which is not continuous) and till then it has occurred thrice. Am unable to get up on my own and it pains a lot including my left limb. I thought it's just a common ache and will go but this continuous reappearance is quite worry some. Please help.
Hello, I've been experiencing a really hard pain in the area under my left clavicle bone for six months. It's happening every morning after I wake up and then gradually disappears throughout the day but its still present if I do hard movements with my left hand. I really need your advice. Thank you in advance.
I was diagnosed with still's disease 1 years back. Now doctor said am on remission. But still have pain in bones like knees and shoulder. What could be the cause? And what test are recommended to know bone damage if any?
Kneeling Thread the Needle
As daily stressors build up, we often don’t notice the tension in our upper back until we have a stiff neck or headache. This stretch helps to alleviate the tension by loosening the muscles of the back and neck.
1.Begin the stretch in a flat table top position on your hands and knees. Extend your right arm out to the side in line with your shoulder.
2.To get into the proper stretch position,bend your left elbow down as you reach your right arm along the floor under and across your body. Reach as far as you can until you feel a stretch along the right side or until your right shoulder is on the floor.
EASIER: As an option to getting on the floor for this stretch, try leaning over a table or desk.
Lying Chest Lift (Cobra)
If you’re looking for a stretch that’s relaxing yet works the entire torso, this stretch is for you! It provides an excellent release for the spine and benefits the abdominal muscles as well as many other muscles and joints.
1.Begin by lying flat on the floor with your hands shoulder width apart in line with your eyes.Keep your toes on the floor.
2.Keeping your lower body in contact with the floor, raise your shoulders and head as far as your flexibility allows.
3.Extend your arms fully and push your upper body up toward the ceiling, finishing with your neck long and head high.
Tips to Avoid Stretching the Muscles the Wrong Way
Stretching the Wrong Way Feeling pain in the muscle and not breathing during stretching are counterproductive, there are other things that should also be avoided.
One of the most important rules is to never static stretch a cold muscle. This being said, you should always do an active warm-up before you begin static stretching. This could be a short walk or jog or a routine of dynamic stretches prior to a workout; or you could wait to complete your stretching routine after a workout.
Stretching with a foam roller and/or dynamic stretch that can also be performed before starting static stretches.Another rule to remember is you should never “bounce” as you’re holding a stretch. This can lead to injury to the muscles or connective tissues.
Dynamic stretching can provide superior results and is considered much safer. Don’t look at stretching as a way to heal an injury. If you feel like you’ve injured a muscle, consult with a doctor before beginning a stretching routine. Overstretching too soon after some injuries can extend your recovery time
I have fat in my tummy. I had do walking and some exercise and diet too. But I have some problems on my knee, so doctor tell me don't do any exercises that should straining to the knee. Later it become osteoporosis. please suggest my some good exercises to reduce tummy and that do jot straining to the knee? please suggest a workout from youtube. please plz.
I am 16 years and have torn my right ankle ligament 4 times. It is now being healed but during the 4th time, the plaster's edge touched the medial malleolus of my right leg. Although the ligament pain is low it hurts over medial malleolus. Before doctor gave codopar and recently prescribed me with D3 vitamin capsule one per day. Doctor suggested me to rest for 3 weeks and visit him again after the time. The main tension is my medial malleolus (had x-ray but doc says normal) is still troubling me as I play basketball. Could you help me any medicine?
I have a pain in knees. When I work continuously in office with chair I feel so much pain and I also feel pain in neck. Sometimes I take pain killers but it gives me a temporary relief. I also use some kind of balm on it but the same thing happens again and again. Please suggest any method how to control excess pain in knees and neck.
Knee pain or injuries are very common and have numerous causes. Knee pain can emerge from delicate tissue wounds like ligament sprains and muscle strains. Bone conditions like knee joint pain, Osgood Schlatters, and biomechanical dysfunction can also cause knee pain. Treatment can include basic knee mobilization techniques, taping, massages or knee strengthening exercises completely through a careful recovery method after knee replacement or reconstruction.
Physiotherapy can help you overcome the pain and increase your strength and flexibility. A physiotherapist can suggest you a number of treatments and also help you understand your issue and get you back to your everyday routine. Physiotherapists are said to be successful in getting rid of the source of the knee pain by diagnosing a cause. This includes tightness around the knee and treating it with stretching and exercises.
Following are some of the exercises a physiotherapist might generally recommend for knee pain:
- Hamstring stretch: Stretching keeps you flexible and increases your scope of movement, or how far you can move your joints in different directions. It additionally helps you reduce your chances of injuries and pain. Continuously warm up with a five minute walk first. Lie down when you are prepared to stretch your hamstring. Circle a bed sheet around your right foot, use the sheet to pull the leg up and hold for twenty seconds and then lower the leg. Repeat twice and switch legs.
- Calf stretch: Use a chair for balance. Bend your left leg. Step back with your right leg and gradually straighten it behind you. Press your left heel toward the floor. You should feel the stretch in the calf of your back leg. Hold for 20 seconds. Repeat twice and then switch legs.
- Straight leg raise: It helps build muscle strength to give support to the weak joints. Lie on the floor. Twist your left knee, foot on the floor. Keep the right leg straight, toes pointed up. Tighten your thigh muscles and raise your right leg.
- Quad set: With these, you don't raise your leg. Just tighten the thigh muscles, also called the quadriceps, of one leg at once. Begin by lying on the floor. Keep both legs on the ground, loose. Flex and hold the left leg tense for five seconds and then relax. Do three sets of ten repetitions. Switch legs after every set.
- Cushion squeeze: This move strengthens your legs from the inside so that they can support the knees. Lie on your back, both knees facing inwards. Place a cushion or a pillow between the knees. Press your knees together, squishing the cushion between them. Hold for five seconds and then relax. Do three sets of ten repetitions. Switch legs after every set.
- Heel raise: Stand tall and hold the back of a seat for support. Lift your heels off the ground and rise on the toes of both feet. Hold for three seconds. Gradually lower both heels to the ground. Do three sets of ten repetitions. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Physiotherapist.