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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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Hi, My thyroid stimulating hormone is (tsh) 5.84 is it normal. I am feeling tired and my back is paining. Sometimes I am feeling moody. please help me.
I have burning feet and burning hand prblm since lonv . In may I had chicken pox . Now my body temperature is little high all the tym . I feel tired after 10 stairs only. Feel like vomiting everytym . Feeling tired everytym and sleeping tym is increasing day by day then also I am not woke up fresh. Kindly suggest .
Sir, My father is suffering from HYPERURICEMIA and Kidney problem. His age is 58 years. His treatment is running since 3 years. 1 year before his creatinine was 2.5mg/dl and uric acid level was 11.8mg/dl. They are taking their medicines and last week report is his creatinine is 1.5mg/dl and his uric acid level is 1.9mg/dl. But his TLC count is high since 2 month on 11/12/2015 hisTLC Count was 12790 cells/cummthen doctor prescribed- Inj Zocillin (4.5g) BD upto 10 daysInj Onsuig BD upto 10 daysInj Novazle BD upto 3 daysand some medicinesAfter some days I again check up his CBC on 30/12/2015 Then I found result HB 13TLC count was 12000cells/cummcretinin 2mg/dluric acid 11.8mg/dlThen Doctor prescribed these Inj Mero SB (1.5g) BD upto 7 daysInj Ticocin (400) OD upto 7 daysand some MedicinesAfter Taking Medicines and Injections We Check up On 01/02/2016Then I found ResultSHB 13.40TLC 15400cells/cummCretinin 1.5mg/dlUric Acid 1.9mg/dlSir Please Suggest me what I do his TLC Count is not decreasing after taking high antibiotic injections and he is feeling weakness and back pain.
I am having cervical spine pain. May be its spondylitis. Pls suggest some treatment. I work for hours in front of computers, is it the reason?
One day my leg is twisted then there is little injury in left ankle. I give a rest of 1 week but after coming in practise pain again start only when I was running until its alright I think I not give a proper rest to it.In x ray report there is also nothing show then some says its ligament injury which will not shown in x ray now its become more then 1.5 month. I want to go back on my practise. Why this little pain taking too much time
I Straight Arm Crossover
It’s easy to ignore what we don’t see, and this is often the fate of the posterior shoulder muscles. What makes these smaller muscles so significant is the way they work with the upper back muscles to stabilize and move the shoulder blades. The more flexibility and control you have in your shoulders, the more dexterity you have in your hands.
1. Begin by standing with your feet shoulder width apart and your right arm extended across the chest. Hook your left arm under the right forearm to hold the right arm in place. Use your left arm to press the right arm inward toward your chest.
2. Repeat the stretch on the opposite side by placing your right arm under the left forearm to hold the left arm across your chest. Using the right arm for assistance, press the left arm inward toward your chest.
II Kneeling Reach, Roll, and Lift
It’s often the smallest muscles around a joint that limit your range of motion.This exercise does an excellent job of opening up the shoulder joint andactivating the hard-to-isolate muscles on the back side of the shoulder.
1. Begin on your hands and knees with your head facing the floor.Extend your arms out in front of you, palms on the floor, with your head and neck in a neutral position.
2. Keep your left arm in place throughout the movement and your right arm straight out in front of you, turning your right palm up.
3. Raise your arm up off the floor as far as you can without straining.