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My Mamma is Having extreme pain in her heels. It starts paining after every time she get up from chairs. How can my Mamma get rid of this? Thanks.
1.Maintaining Passive and Active Range of Motion
The patient’s lower limb should be moved passively by the therapist through full range of motion if the patient is not able to perform the movement actively. Wherever the patient is likely to put his active efforts to perform the movement, the therapist should encourage it as this will not only maintain the active range but will also help the patient to maintain the properties in his muscles.
Passive movements need to be given every two hourly hence the patient’s relative attending him should be taught the correct way of handling and giving passive movements without producing undesired movement of the spine.Passive movement helps to maintain the normal physiological length of soft tissues and prevents tightness.
It maintains the memory of the movement pattern in brain which may help in the later stages of recovery. Passive movements also help in reducing spasticity if given in a gentle, slow and rhythmic manner.Along with passive movements, all the biarticular muscles of the lower limb should be stretched.
2.MAINTENANCE OF GOOD BRONCHIAL HYGIENE
As the patient is totally bedridden it leads to deconditioning of the respiratory system. Moreover in higher cord lesion due to respiratory muscle weakness, the patient needs ventilatory support which further increases the chances of lung infection. Hence proper lung hygiene should be maintained by given proper positioning, nebulization and regular suctioning. If the patient is not on ventilatory support then he should be taught
3.BREATHING EXERCISES and encouraged doing it every hour.
As soon as the patient shows signs of active contraction of muscles and active participation, all the exercises that needs active cooperation of the patient should be started. These exercises are essential to make the patient functionally independent. The common exercises which are incorporate into the treatment program consist of Mat exercises, strengthening techniques, weight bearing exercises, normalizing tone in the lower limb, gait training and transfer activities.
To prepare the patient for gait training and erect posture mat exercises play a very important role. These exercises consist of those activities that may help the patient to achieve some functional independency.
The activities consist of turning to each side, rolling and bridging. Similarly in prone position the patient may be given activities such as coming on to the forearms,coming on to extended forearms, quadripedal position with the help of some external support, kneeling with support, half kneeling etc.
Back pain can severely affect the quality of life. Ayurvedic treatment is considered to be one of the most effective treatments for back pain and sciatica. Multiple reasons can cause lower back pain. Lifestyle-related reasons, an injury, incorrect posture, smoking, and sedentary lifestyle are some of the most common causes of back pain. With the help of Ayurveda, back pain can actually be relieved and the conditions causing pain the back can be reversed. The following sections help how Ayurveda can actually help with back pain.
- Abhayangam or full body massage: Full body massage, from head to toe, can be conducted using different Ayurvedic oils to relieve back pain. This is done to soothe any tension in the muscles and to lubricate the joints. It also helps improve the flow of blood to all vital organs of the body. Through this approach, the nerve endings are channelized, which is an approach to alleviate pain caused by sciatica.
- Kati Basti: This is a treatment method that is specific to Ayurveda. Kati means lower back and Basti means to hold. A pasta or whole wheat flour or black gram is prepared. A well of herbal oils in warm condition is created in the lower back by using the flour or paste to make a wall. If your back pain is because of spondylitis, sciatica, or lumbago, this treatment does wonders.
- Sneha Basti: For rheumatism, gout, and lower back pain, Sneha Basti treatment is administered. It is a type of body detoxification therapy in which an enema of medicated oils is given. This clears all the vital systems in the body off the toxins that may have accumulated.
- Kashaya Basti: This is an enema of medicated decoction. This again is effective in treating lower back pain.
Apart from these treatment methods, Ayurveda suggests a few lifestyle changes to relieve back pain. Some of these include the following:
- Stay away from cold: Cool temperatures can increase back pain. If you must travel in cold, ensure that you cover yourself with warm clothing. This offers comfort and can also prevent pain that is caused due to extreme cold.
- Don’t take pungent spices: The body is left dry and dehydrated when you take a lot of pungent spices such as green and red chilies. Dryness is a characteristic associated with the Vata dosha. When dehydrating substances are consumed, the condition is worsened. This also leads to constipation, which is an important reason for aggravated lower back pain.
- Eat fresh and warm foods: Cold food and drinks can aggravate the Vatta dosha. Congestion may result because of excessive consumption of cold foods. The human body needs warmth to eliminate wastes. When congestion is aggravated because of cold foods, it can also lead to constipation. This again causes back pain.
- Use oil: Your body needs lubrication. Back pain is heightened when the body is stressed or overworked. Both these scenarios dehydrate the body. When dehydrated, the chances of losing lubricants are high. Therefore, apply oil all over the body and take a bath in warm water at least once a week. If you don’t find time for this, apply oil only to the lower back and the joints that are painful.
- Try pranayama: Breathing with alternative nostrils is recommended by Ayurveda. This helps in balancing Vata. This has proven to be beneficial for people suffering from arthritis, spondylitis, and sciatica.
- Consume helpful foods: Take foods that are easy to digest. Do not take oily and stale food items. You should include turmeric, valerian, hops, passion flower, and chamomile in every possible way in your diet to alleviate back pain. They reduce inflammation and mental tension.