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Respect sir/madam my mother facing knee pain for more than five years. What is problem and what we should do now?
I am suffering from thighs muscle pain when I exercise in gym thats why when I walk my thighs pain increased so can you suggest medicine for this problem.
I am 50 yrs my knee musles are steave unable to fold freely. It was happening since 1 month,whether it calcium defiency ?
I had been suffering intense pain in my lower back. Its stats whenever I sit constantly at one place for more than 10 mins. Wat should do.
I have a back pain in last 3 months I am 24 years old, have if got any relief. What should I do now?
My leg is getting pain only left side what is the reason for it and also tell some exercises for the same.
I'm 29 year old male. I have knee pain in right leg more then 2 years. Not a heavy pain when I kick bike i'm facing some problem.
I am suffering from sciatica pain from 15days I can't sit and walk properly, I took medicines but after completion of course the leg pain begins very hard.
I hve problem with my back always its pain after 2 to 3 days its stop from last 2 years everything I hve done.
I am 28 years old. I am having a shop in my city of household appliances. I am having very severe pain in my left thigh due to the cooker fallen on it. I am not able to wake also. Now what can I do to make it proper?
Am having lower backache for more than ten years now, sometimes when I lie on my back and get up the bones makes noise when am walking. I alsovisited an orthopedic doctor he gave me some drugs for like 2to3months, but after taking the drugs for months the pains still comes back. What is your advice?
Activities of Daily Living
Activities of daily living (ADLs) are activities that we do on a regular basis as part of our daily life: driving, bathing, shaving, housework, yard work , dressing, and toileting. In healthcare, a great emphasis is placed on the importance of being able to perform these basic functions of normal living. This article is dedicated to helping anyone with a lumbar disc herniation adapt his or her life to allow healing to take place.One of the key components to healing from a disc injury is to remove the cause of injury and the causes of irritation. In this chapter we will identify ways to protect the spine from further injury while participating in activities of daily living.The prevailing concept in protecting the lumbar discs is based on maintaining a neutral arch of the spine in activities of daily living and avoiding flexion of the spine (bending forward).
Bending the spine forward distorts the nucleus of the discs in a potentially injurious manner.
Maintaining a health lordosis (arch) is protective of the lumbar disc.
Accessing a Car’s Trunk
1.Do not bend at the waist to access a car’s trunk. This is especially dangerous after prolonged driving (due to creep)
2.When accessing the trunk of a car, avoid bending at the waist. Instead, place a foot on the bumper or use the “golfer’s tilt” to minimize the risk of injury. Strive to maintain a neutral arch in the lower back.
3.The golfer’s tilt allows a protective cantilever effect to protect the disc from flexion. In a golfer’s tilt all motion occurs at the hip, not the spine.