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Im 39 years of age and im having a severe shoulder pain on my right hand. I cannot lift my right hand coz of the pain. Used volini gel but tht dint help. Wat cud help me fix my problem?
I have been having low back pain for the last 1 month. I have used hot pack tens unit but all in vain. What could be reason for this low back pain?
I am 32 years old male having pain in my heel both feet. The pain would rise when I get up from my sleep that would make me difficult to walk. Eventually it would subside after an hour or 2. But the pain remains if you press your heel with your hands. At this point it is bearable. Also I have a pain in my lower back. Just 2 of the bones in the lower back. I am not sure which specialist should I consult because my friends say either visit a medicine Dr. Some has suggested an Orthopaedic and others a neurologist. Please suggest.
I am 22 years old male and I have ankle pain. I do daily running. Is it the. Reason the reason for the pain?
There is bony injury or no object was fall on me. By lifting weight of 50 kg it is been injured while keeping down I missed and I think the left part of my body like dorsum, lumbar (lower back), sacral (between hips), gluteal, perineal, inguinal (groin), coxal (hip), femoral (thigh), popliteal (back of knee), crural (leg), abdominal (abdomen), etc. Somewhere I feel that nerves is been squizzed or stucked the pain irritates me from down to the left shoulder till left feet. I feel too much of pain can you suggest me some medicine to cure.
Back pain .I test MRI but no more relax and doctor said no serious problem and so that take rest and give medicine me. Sir what can I do please tell me?
Sciatica is probably one of those things which is vaguely familiar but a person is not fully aware of it. The sciatic nerve is one which is part of the spine and then spreads out over the legs. When this nerve gets pinched, it leads to sciatica, or pain of the sciatic nerve, which is tremendous! But, then, what exactly is a person to do in order to reduce the pain caused on account of sciatica?
The best answer for this is not medication, though it does have its uses, but rather, exercises which help the situation improve and reduce the risk of the person going mad due to the pain! One of the simplest exercises that a person can start with is known quite commonly as the knee to shoulder exercise. All that one needs to do is to lie down on the back and then, raise one knee and pull it across the body, with hands wrapped around it, so that it touches the opposite shoulder. This position of the knee touching the shoulder is to be held for about half a minute. About 3 repetitions need to be done and the same with the other side.
While it is important in the effort to relieve pain due to sciatica, it is equally important not to push oneself beyond natural limits, especially initially as this can cause injury. After all, more pain is the last thing which a person with sciatica is likely to want!
Since it is important to keep in mind the fact that consistency is one of the key secrets to reducing the sciatic pain, it is worth keeping in mind the standing hamstring stretch. What this exercise can boast of is the fact that it is one which can be done nearly anywhere. Also, it is pretty simple, too!
To do the standing hamstring stretch, one leg needs to be kept on an elevated surface which is not as high as the level of the hip. It is important to keep in mind that the leg is to be kept straight. The torso needs to then be bent towards the elevated leg. This process should be done slowly and again, maintained for about half a minute.
The sitting pose is useful to remember, as well. Sitting on the floor, one leg’s ankle should rest on the other’s knee. Like the standing hamstring stretch, the upper torso is to be bent towards the extended leg. With all these exercises, relief is not far away!