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Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Treatment of Knee replacement
Treatment of Nerve And Muscle Disorders
Treatment of Hip Disorders
Neuro Physiotherapy Treatment
Treatment of Knee Injury
Pregnancy Exercise Therapy
Treatment of Sports Injuries
Treatment of Splinting
Treatment of Spondylosis
Arthritis And Pain Management Treatment
Heat Therapy Treatment
Post Pregnancy Classes
Orthopedic Physical Therapy
Treatment of Shin Splints
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I am 23 years old female and suffering from backache. My job involves lot of sitting on the chair. I have tried many pain relieving ointments, but they are of no help. Please suggest.
Knock knee and bow legs is a condition in which your legs appear bowed out meaning your knees stay wide apart and your ankles are together. And knock knee in this condition in which the knees angle touch to one another commomly called valgus and varus deformities.
Causes of bow legs and knock knee genetic due to rickets and arthrities defficency of vit d and other nutritions, abnormalities, muscle imbalances can causes these deformities which result in excessive hip-knee-ankles. These deformities can affect various joint of the body including the knee, ankle, hip, spine.
We are taking different treatment to prevent this like painkillers, knee brace, exercise splint and finally surgery.
If you want to correct these deformities without surgery with laser treatment and other specific exercise then you can contacct and visit in admire physiotherapy laser clinic.
I have pattelofemoral problem. In my left knee pattela bone is nearer to femur bone (one gap is ok bt left side gap is not there). When I am walking or jogging its paining. Is it curable? What to do? In morning I do jogging. Am I not doing this any more? please help me.
I am a 42 year old female suffering from Sciatica pain in my left leg since last 3-4 yrs. It increases when I walk and stand for a longer time. Is there any treatment for it ?What should I do? Is physiotherapy helpful in this?
I am a software engineer aged 22 years. recently I have some back pain, but there is no unusual on my works. Give me a solution.
Hi, When I standup after sitting on the floor, I can't stand straight for 2 to 3 mins. I have to stand bent and then I can stand properly. This happens when I sit on floor and stand up only.
(Syn. Periarthritis Shoulder, Adhesive Capsulitis)
Frozen Shoulder Syndrome usually presents as a limitation of shoulder movements associated with pain. It usually presents around the age of 40 years equally affecting males and females. Diabetic and obese people are more prone to it. Bilateral frozen Shoulder is almost always found in Diabetics. It usually starts with minor trauma, often ignored by the patient. The patient often claims it to have insidious, spontaneous onset.
On many occasions the patient may have been confined to bed rest for some medical problem, does not do any shoulder movements, and hence gradually slips into shoulder stiffness. Cervical Spondylosis when causes pain in neck and around shoulder, may initiate and precipitate frozen shoulder.
Treatment is simple.
Diabetes must be ruled out in all the patients and treated well in those who are suffering from it.
No treatment will ever succeed unless diabetes is controlled.
X-ray should be done to rule out other associated disorders
E.g. Koch’s, metastatic deposits
Patient needs anti inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) to control the inflammatory process going on inside.
Muscle relaxants are needed to relieve the spasm of the muscles. They facilitate the shoulder movements.
Neurotropics, antioxidants and omega three fatty acids are needed to improve the general metabolism and health of the patient. They also potentiate the analgesic effect of NASAIDS.
Sometimes manipulation of the shoulder under General Anaesthesia may have to be undertaken.
With advancement of surgical technology, arthroscopic fibrinolysis of the shoulder joint is undertaken with good results.
In the end, it is the active physiotherapy that is the sheet anchor of treatment, until the patient makes a wilful determined effort no treatment will succeed.