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I am 63 yrs old, retired from the army in 2010 as a maj gen after 38 yrs of commissioned service. In the last one yr have developed pain in my right knee; problem in climbing stairs, squatting, etc. What should I do?
I am Purushotham from Bangalore, I am facing lot off back pain, I am using pain killer tablets which one is better for me.
I am 46 years old. Sometime I am facing one problem during sleep in later night, blood circulation in my either hand becomes slow and some time veins of legs become stiff. It may be due to load of body comes on side sleeping, then I require to slow warming up exercise, then hand and legs comes into normal condition during night. My b.p.is normal. Sir I want to what will be the cause and remedy?
Sir I have backpain from last month and I am working in software company total work should be in chair so is there any problem.
Hello sir, I am trouble a pain in my left leg when I run then the pain start. I ask what is the reason of this pain?
My mom is 47 year old. She is suffering neck, shoulder pain for 2 years. The pain is some day low and some day high. I get a neurologist and he sugest cervi xray and gives some medicine but the pain is not complete fine. I go an orthopedic doctor and gives some medicine and neck exercise but the pain is some day low and some day high continue. What is this? Please sugest me to a better medicine so pain is complete out.
Hi, I am an indian male of 39 years. After sitting for a while, when I get up, I feel stiff around my ankle. There is slight pain as well which goes away when I walk for a while. This also happens when I wake up and get down in the morning. What could be the possible reasons? -#indiafornepal.
Too much pain from tail bone to upper body and lots of uti symptoms bladder pain and starting to hurt my front abdominal area like liver I think. Weakness in legs feet and hand joint pain and shaking bp 145 over 90 also I rake gaba is that good for extreme sleep anxious anxiety panic disorders at home I can't stop thinking about life and I take 4 pills now and I get like 2 hours of deep sleep according to my sleep tracker.
I am a 48 years woman I have knee pain since last 5 years is there a gap in my knee nd I also have pain in left foot on left side under d foot when I get up after sitting even for 5 mins I can not put my foot flat on d floor its very painful please help.
Tennis elbow is caused by a strain to the tendons in your forearm. You may feel pain in your arm and tenderness in your elbow.Try the exercises suggested here to help ease pain and prevent future symptoms.
Tennis elbow treatment: Treatment involves reducing symptoms of pain and inflammation through rest and applying ice or cold therapy, then gradually increasing the load through the elbow through exercises to a point where normal training and competition can be resumed.Ice & compression - In the first 72 hours post injury, you should apply the principles of P.R.I.C.E. (Protection, Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation).
Apply a cold compression wrap for no more than 15 minutes as the injured tissues are very close to the skin and do not need longer.Protection - Wear a specialist elbow brace or support can help reduce the strain on the tendon enabling healing to take place. This works by applying compression around the upper arm which puts pressure on the injured tendon, changing the way forces are transmitted through it allowing the injured tissues to rest.
Rest - This is probably the most impotant part of treatment and is often difficult to do. If you continue to use the painful elbow then it will not recover as quickly and may become chronic and very difficult to treat. Avoid gripping heavy things, opening heavy doors, using a screw driver and of course playing a backhand in tennis.
Sports massage can be a useful treatment for tennis elbow, particularly more chronic conditions. In particular cross friction massage of the tendon insertion but only once the initial inflammation has settled (after 5 day) is done. Place the 2nd finger of your opposite hand on the outside of the elbow and rub across the tendon (painful area) for 5 minutes. Do not press too hard but there may be some mild pain whilst having the area 'frictioned'. Repeat once a day. Do not carry on with this exercise if the pain worsens after the treatment.
A professional therapist or doctor may prescribe medication such as Ibuprofen to help reduce symptoms in the early stages, however the effectiveness of this long term is disputed. In addition electrotherapy such as ultrasound, laser, extracorporeal shock wave therapy, acupuncture, corticosteroid injections, nitric oxide donor therapy patches, botox injections and autologogous blood injection are all treatments available for treating medial epicondylitis.Read more on these and tennis elbow treatments.
Exercises: Both stretching and strengthening exercises are important and provide the foundation of a rehabilitation program. The exercises should be performed as soon as pain allows and then continued until and after full fitness has been achieved.Wrist extension stretches and exercises are the most important with the aim of gradually increasing the load transmitted through the tendon and its attachment whilst also being within the limits of pain. Isometric (also known as static exercises) are done first and involve contracting the muscles without actually moving the wrist. They should only be started once the initial pain and inflammation has settled down.