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I hv Done surgery in 2011 orerian cyst laparotomy. Now I started having of back pain and white discharge again .plzz advise.
What exactly is a spine block injection? Will it work long-term for low back pain due to disc problems?
I am 27 years old male. I am having calf muscle and feet aches for past one week. And sometimes knee also aches. Kindly advice.
I want powerful doctor for my hand because my hand is braked so please I want special doctor for that.
Sir, I do not know what is problem my problem disc herniation at L3L4 and L4L5 levels and disc bulge At L5 S1 level. Please advise.
my mother age 45 she is suffering from arthro arthritis in india it is very difficult disease what is the treatment for this disease. Please help me.
A bone fracture is often abbreviated as FX or # and is a painful medical condition that causes damage in the continuity of the bone. A dictionary meaning of fracture is a separation of an object or a material into two or more pieces under the action of stress.
A bone fracture could be due to a high force impact or stress, an injury from trauma or sports or even certain medical conditions that weaken the bones, such as osteoporosis, bone cancer or osteogenesis imperfecta.
However, a significant number of fractures occur due to high force impact or stress. A fracture could be simple where the skin is not exposed or compound where skin gets exposed. A fracture could be complete where the bone breaks up in two pieces or could be incomplete with a crack in the bone.
Treatment of bone fracture depends on the type of fracture. In a large number of cases, the bone is aligned through a cast or splint. However, a very crucial part in the recovery of the treatment is physiotherapy. Physiotherapy is a comprehensive care plan designed for the patient for optimal and complete recovery. Yet most patients do not understand its effectiveness. In layman's terms physiotherapy is understood as few exercises or messages designed to aid the patient's treatment. However, Physiotherapy not only aids the recovery, it effectively promotes healing, reduces pain and stiffness and gradually helps the patient to return back to his/her normal daily activities of life.
Physiotherapy is a complete preventive and rehabilitative approach to treatment and must begin as early as possible and continue post fracture. Physiotherapy has been proven to be effective in preventing post fracture stiffness and weakness that occurs in adjacent joints and muscles generally during the first six weeks of the healing process. If the X-ray shows poor healing, physiotherapy is a medium used to help the patient regain muscle strength and speed up recovery.
Irregular movements can lead the bones to further damage the surrounding tissues and muscles. Damage may also lead to infection, especially in compound fractures where the skin is exposed. Thus, physiotherapy regulates the movements, supports healing and prevents further damage. Physiotherapy not only involves messages or exercises. It includes a range of interventions designed for prevention and rehabilitation of patients. These interventions include pain management, education and awareness on safety and prevention of injury, strength building and flexibility exercises and in some cases taping, bracing and electrotherapy.
To add to its benefits, physiotherapy procedures are also completely safe and are supported by medical science. These procedures also do not have any side effects. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Physiotherapist.
I am 21 years old and I have pain in the knees and I get tired very fast. When I go to sleep, in the morning I don't want to get up from my bed. What should I do?
Dear sir, I am 69 years old male person suffering through acute pain on back, diagnosed as spondylitis in mri and also having persistent pain, tiredness and weakness in both legs, so morning walk is not possible and walking on foot for the distance like 200-300 meters is not easy for me. I also having cervical spondylitis for last 25-30 years, feeling slight pain on neck, shoulders and both arms. It is also difficult for me to have a good sleep in night or to lay down on back during rest in day time. However life is going on. I am not taking pain killers but taking gabapentin - 600 my mri report dt. 25/11/2014 read as under: 1. Vertebral bodies are osteoporosis. 2. Grade - I spondylolisthesis noted at l4 over l5 with anterolisthesis of l4 related to l5.3. Cord is low lying and terminating at l3-l4 level. 4. Diffuse posture-lateral disc protrusion at l4/l5 inter-vertebral level indenting the thecal sac, narrowing it with bilateral nerve roots compression. 5. Mid disc bulge noted at l5/s1 inter-vertebral level indenting the thecal sac & narrowing it. 6. Marked degenerative changes noted in form of disc desiccation & marginal osteophytes formation at various corners of lumbar vertebra. My question is there any remedy / treatment for my problem at your institute? are you sure or can you assure me for a perfect treatment to lead normal life, is my problem curable for certain? if yes, then who is the expert doctor to solve my problem, can you suggest me the name of doctor? hope to hear some positive answer soon. Kind regards,
Since morning I am suffering from muscle pulling in back side. I cannot turn suddenly I feel some thing is moving either side with pain. I should sit without moving then less pain. (yesterday I ate Banana chips) KINDLY GUIDE ME WHAT TABLETS TO BE TAKEN AND WHAT PRECAUTION TO BE FOLLOWED ALSO I am suffering from right leg knee pain . If I walk for long pain will be there upto toe.
I have back problem. I cant seat or stand regularly about 4 hours. If I do this, my back starts paining hard. Please suggest me.
My mother 67 years old having left knee - severe pain since last one month. What is the remedy for the same? Please suggest.
The carpal tunnel is the passageway for the median nerve to pass through on the inner side of your hand, when your palms are facing down. For example, while typing, there is a lot of movement of the fingers and this puts a lot of pressure on this tunnel. In fact, people who are involved in a lot of typing are one of the most prone people for carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). Other causes would include trauma, fractures, etc., where the tunnel is injured.
Conventional measures to treat CTS included a combination of exercise and pain killers in mild to moderate cases. In moderate (sometimes) to severe cases, surgery was also done. However, with advancements in medical technology, endoscopic surgical procedure is gaining popularity.
What is done?
In endoscopic surgery, a small incision is made in the wrist or one each in the palm and the wrist. Through this, a flexible tube with a camera and minute cutting tools are inserted into the wrist. Another ligament known as transverse carpal ligament is cut. This reduces the pressure on the median nerve, which provides relief from the CTS symptoms.
What to expect as benefits?
The intention behind the surgery remains the same in both traditional and endoscopic procedures. The pressure on the median nerve is released, restoring movement and reducing pain in the joints. In addition, the endoscopic procedure has the following benefits.
- Less invasive: Needless to say, there are only one or two small incisions done for this procedure, so less surrounding tissue is damaged.
- Same day surgery: No hospitalization is required, and unless required, the patient can return home on the same day of surgery.
- Reduced recovery time: The recovery period is usually substantially less compared to the traditional surgical approach.
- Back to work: Depending on which is your dominant hand, you would be able to return to your regular work earlier than with regular surgery. If your non-dominant hand is involved, a day or two of rest is required. If your dominant hand was involved, give it up to four weeks for complete recovery.
- Reduced chances of nerve injury: The area of operation has many nerves and blood vessels, and endoscopic surgery reduces the chances of damaging adjacent nerves.
- Anesthesia: This is done under local anesthesia. Therefore, complications arising out of general anesthesia are completely avoided.
While these sound promising, your doctor will decide if you are a candidate for endoscopic procedure depending on the following:
- Nonsurgical treatment including exercise and pain killers have not provided relief, even after several months.
- Severe symptoms including those of nerve damage, like loss of sensation, altered coordination, etc., is affecting your normal daily routine.
- Person requiring bilateral surgery like severe trauma, wheelchair dependent, etc.