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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
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Treatment of Knee Injury
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Treatment of Sports Injuries
Treatment of Splinting
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I am told that one should not sit in cross-legged position as it may cause pain in the knee joints. However, in India most people sit in cross legged for prayer, puja and the like, and for prolonged periods ranging from half an hour to even 2-3 hours. In Yoga, this popular posture is called Padmasana and is commended for physical fitness. Ortho, Ayurveda, Homeo, Siddha, Tibetan and Unani experts may however enlighten properly.
Dear Dr. Good day. I had an ACL Surgery 9-10 month ago, after surgery I did physiotherapy for about 2-3 months, and in the 4th month I started going to gym to strengthen my muscles. During this period I had a pain while extending my knee, I can extend but I feel pain at the same time. Now it's 9 months and I still feel this pain though my physiotherapist told me to make some stretch exercises and I did, but still painful and still didn't get the hypertension. So what I want to ask is: is this normal or something is wrong? And how to solve this issue. Thanks and Regards.
Hello, I have pain in my right leg, the pain starts from lower part of leg to upper part of leg. I consult neurosurgeon. They suggest me for surgery.In the MRI reports: Diffuse disc bulg with posture-central extrusion at L5/S1 level causing thecal sac compression and B/L neutral forminal compromise. X-RAY L.SPINE:spondylitis changes. The patient was managed conservatively with I/V antibiotic, OHA, PPI and other supportive measures. I want to know there is really needed for surgery or can treat with other medicines?
Because of joint pain, not able to walk properly. Even not able to keep the legs straight. Any suggestion or any advice regarding medication?
Hi I am (38 years) from kolkata. I am having specificity problems in both legs and now progressed to both hands a bit. I shown ninhans(bangalore) than they diagonised a progressive spastic parapledia. Many doctors I have shown and most of doctors telling its heriditary spastic paraplegia as I got spasticity from 19 years onwards. Before that age I didnt had spasticity. Please tell what to do or if its really hsp or any other disease?
I had cesarean on 29 Oct 2016. After which my whole body having pain specially knee, back pain. What should I do to get out of this? What is the reason behind it.
My knee ligament has been teared and I don't want to go for the operation. So please advice me some medicines or any type of exercises.
I'm 23, I have sever pain in my ankles n joints as well as sometimes in my back also. I consulted my family physician he told its due to calcium deficiency, but I am taking my medications as well as women's horlicks as a supplement. Can you please suggest me what to do.
I am facing the fingers pain around nails, what is the reason behind this. Suggest any cream or tables.
The way we sit, walk, bend or stand is hugely dependent on one very vital organ of the human body; the spine. The spinal column provides strength and support to your entire framework. It has nerves, muscles, bones and tendons; all of which enhance proper functioning of your body. The human brain sends signals to the nerves in your spinal cord, a mass of nerve fibers and tissues ensconced within the spine, which further prompts every single part of your body to perform minute and notable actions all the same. A spine injury can, thus impair your health; in many cases it can even turn out to be fatal. Care should be taken to avoid sources of spine shock or injury. If an injury has already been acquired, it should be treated either through exercising or through medical assistance.
A few postures to reap the benefits of a fit spine:
- Twist your spine either early in the morning or after a tiring day: Fold one leg while the other leg remains perched on the folded one. If the left leg is folded the left elbow should be rested on your perched right knee and the right palm should be placed on the yoga mat behind your right hip. This posture can be repeated by folding the right leg as well. It increases spine mobility by twisting it to the end of its range sideways. Muscular spine aches can be remedied by following this posture once each day.
- Do not slouch but sit straight: Some people are in the habit of slouching when they sit or stand. This is an absolutely wrong thing to do if your spine health is of any concern to you. Stretch out your shoulder blades and remain erect while standing and the same should be followed while sitting. Bending one's spine, unless it is necessary, can be very harmful.
- Stretch your spine in three directions: This exercise is a good way to allay the tension your spine has to undergo every day. Sit with folded legs, intertwine your fingers and stretch your arms upward, in front and at the back to expand your spine to the full.
- The downward doggy posture can relieve back pain: In this yoga posture, one is expected to stretch his or her legs according to the width of the person's back and stoop forward by placing the palms on a yoga mat. Knees and elbows should not bend.