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Treatment of Hip Disorders
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I am having pain at my hip sometimes and regular pinning pain in muscle below the knees. I consulted Ortho and took x-ray also and doctor says deficiency of vitamin and calcium. Please let me have your suggestion.
I am 25 years male have pain in both foot below ankle and soft swelling in left ankle since 5 year. I consult many doctors and go for lot of checks up i.e MRI, uric acid, Doppler scan etc .all report normal still pain. Suggest me.
What is the cause of spondylitis epiphyseal DYSPLASIA? Is It curable? What precaution should a patient with SED take?
Hello Dr. My grand father is suggesting from knee pains since a year can you suggest any medicine they tried many medicines like ayurvedic homeopathic and many more but also by consumption of such medicines their leg skin looks like dead skin they too consulted many doctors but still same pain please help me so that I can help my grand father.
My wife is facing back pain problem from 1 year, her body temperature is high during night hours also having indigestion problem. Nodes forming and dissolving in both breast after menstrual cycle every month, mammography has been done doctor said it is normal.
I'm 25 years old and due to back injury gradually my body is going to sick day by day. please help doctors couldn't diagnose my problem properly.
My leg was broken before 1 month and am plastered it. Before 1 week am freed from plaster. But still I can't walk properly. There is pain while am twisting my leg and climbing staircase. What I have to do now? It is possible to do effective exercise to cure it?
From middle age many women are affected by a disorder called osteoporosis. This is essentially a mineral deficiency disorder.During and after menopause, there is a significant and continuing deficiency in calcium replacement which must in many cases be supplemented with calcium tablets on a regular basis. As a consequence of calcium deficiency, there is a weakening of bone structure resulting in a slow but progressive reduction in bone height. This in turn allows the postures of those affected to become extremely rounded, especially in the mid or thoracic part of the spine.In persons affected by this disorder there are risks of fractures occurring without any significant forces being applied to the bones of the vertebrae. Research conducted at the Mayo Clinic in the United States has demonstrated that extension exercises performed regularly had significantly reduced the number of compression fractures in the group exercising in this manner. A similar group exercising differently and a group not exercising at all had significantly more fractures when examined at least one year later. This study suggests that women from perhaps the age of forty onward should practice this exercise as described on a regular basis.My own recommendation would be that the exercise should be performed fifteen to twenty times, four or five times per week. If you are uncertain regarding this advice, discuss the matter with your doctor before commencing the programme. Should you have difficulties with the exercises for one reason or another, you should consult a manipulative therapist who will show you means of modifying the exercise without necessarily reducing its effectiveness.The muscles strengthened by performing the exercises recommended by the Mayo Clinic study are also the muscles responsible for holding you upright, and it is probable that maintaining good posture at all times will assist in the strengthening process. This may also reduce the likelihood of small fractures occurring.