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I am 25 years old male. Some days before I met with an accident and now I am suffering from backache. I used so many pain reliever ointments, but no improvement. What should I do now.
Doctor before 7 years I had spinal cord injury at L2 ,L3 level. And I was at bed rest .now can I marry. Will I have infertility problem.
I am having daily high blood pressure medicine, (TELMA 40. I was earlier taking Metpure xl50 for the last 2 years. But changed to Telma 40 2 months back. I am overweight by 10-15 kg. I.e. I am 86 kg. I thought of doing walking and some exercise but few Dr. Asked me to take pre caution as I am a high BP patient. How do I reduce my weight and also keep BP under control.
I had an neck injury during somersaulting due to neck over stretch. It's now 2 yr. There is pain in shoulder which comes n goes away time to time. It gets ok with some stretching sometimes muscle relaxants also. Now after 2 years in my mri of cervical there is disc herniation dessication n stenosis. But neurosurgeon of apollo and another spine surgeon told me my mri is ok. Extremely ok. Whatever it may be. Is there any muscle problem which is the underlying cause which I have ignored or doctors ignored? Should I check my uppertrap n levator muscle? Why I am getting the pain? Will it go away completely. please reply in detail.
Hello Doctor, I am male, age- 25 From Last night I am facing with the lower back pain still after so many hours I am feeling that pain. Pain starts at around 2 am in night yesterday. Presently I have some small discomfort in my abdomen also. Please help for its remedies and suggest either is this any serious issue.
From sciatica last 17 years. Which I had pain one leg at once or other leg after once. Initially it happens in a month about twice but now it happens nearly six months. Please suggest exact treatment for it.
It cannot really be a nice situation to be in when a person happens to have osteoarthritis. So, while a lot of the effort to improve the situation is focused on making use of painkilling medicines, can physiotherapy help in such cases?
Well, the answer is a resounding yes! When osteoarthritis patients practice some physiotherapy on a regular basis, what they will find is that a fair amount of the freedom they had before the condition affected them would have returned. Is this not some great news?
- When it comes to active physiotherapy in order to improve a situation of osteoarthritis, it is generally divided to fall into categories. These categories are namely exercises in strengthening and exercises in flexibility. While the former group aims to make the joints stronger, the latter makes an effort to restore the normal functioning as a result of increasing the range of motion.
- Truth be told, it can be said that both are of very high importance in order to cause an improvement. In addition to this, following the directions of the physiotherapist is vital, as an expert knows what hero she is talking about!
- While a lot has been told about active physiotherapy, in order to fight osteoarthritis, what can be said of passive physiotherapy for the condition? There are three general categories of treatment under passive physiotherapy. They are heat therapy, cold therapy and hydrotherapy. The aim is to use the different sensations the three have so as to cause an improvement in the circulation of blood in the area or to reduce the extent of the pain and symptoms which are part and parcel of having osteoarthritis.
- Cold therapy usually takes place by the way of a cold compress which is applied to the knee. What the aim is, in this case, is that the amount of swelling in the region will reduce and so, the pain that is being felt will also recede, to some extent.
- On the other hand, in the case of heat therapy, improved blood flow helps decrease the amount of stiffness. Mobility is obviously an issue when it comes to having osteoarthritis and the best way to get mobile again is to do so in water where the impact is very minimal, as compared to other surfaces. This is why hydrotherapy exists and is so successful.
- A lot of osteoarthritis exercises can be done at home after the proper technique is learnt and with such benefits, everyone would wish to learn!
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I am spinal cord injury patient from 3 years. When I walk with walker then my lower limbs arteries had tight. What should we do for looseness of arteries?
I am a software enggr. I am working 15 yrs. Nowadays I have slice pain in my back bottom. Even I drive bike too. How can manage this. What is solution for this?
Shoulder problems usually happen because of internal problems or external trauma. People who are into any form of manual labour, pick up a lot of heavy things regularly or play sports experience shoulder pain at some point of time or other. Shoulder pain can be detected by physical examination, mri, x-ray, ultrasound and medical history.
The most common types of shoulder problems are arthritis, fracture, dislocation, frozen shoulder, rotator cuff tear, and rotator cuff disease. Cures for the different shoulder pains are different. Follow these simple ways to help you manage the pain.
1. Rest the hurtful shoulder: you need to take ample rest. Using the arm which is affected is not a good idea and needs to be avoided. If your job involves manual labour, it is advised that you stay at home to rest.
2. Ice pack healing: applying ice pack on the wound is also advised around 3-4 times in a day. This varies as per the kind of shoulder pain, so doctor's advice must be followed.
3. Be consistent with exercise: depending upon the source of pain, physiotherapist will advise certain sets of shoulder exercises. It is very important that they should be performed diligently for fast recovery.
4. Support it well: wearing a sling is extremely important and should not be taken lightly at any point of time. A good support will ensure
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My wife aged 50 yrs is suffering from chronic pain in leg back muscles during sleeping hours, pain in shoulders back of neck sometimes numbness in palm and thai awaking in morning and standing is painful test relating to uric acid, blood sugar, thyroid, anti ccp, hemoglobin are normal and blood pressure are also normal but the above problems are prevailing, please Advice me for her proper treatment.
I am suffering with cervical spondylitis due to which I have suffered with radiating pain in my right hand.
I am 45 years old? I am suffering from shoulder pain from 6 months, I used pain relief tablets and also consulted physiotherapist but no use. What should I do? Please give some good suggestion.
I am 18 years old I am suffering from back pain please help me sir and I am very weak and tell the tips for body growth.
I am 24 year female. I get back pain after driving my two wheeler and standing for long hours. How to treat it?
When athletes begin training for sports and events and put themselves under the pre-requisite training for such an event, they might experience pain as a result of bone mass increase in areas of maximum stress. If however, the training and exertion is too rapid, the bone might begin to fail and the stress reaction might cause the bone to pain and eventually it can cause fracture in extreme cases.
The athlete will experience unbearable pain at night before such a stress fracture happens. An X-ray is needed to determine, if such a stress fracture has developed and the extent of the fracture. Prior to the fracture, the areas affected will develop black or blue bruising.
Hip bone is often the site of injury and many different factors may cause trauma to it. Stress fractures are caused by prolonged and repetitive injury and are common in long distance running athletes. Hip impingement might result from abnormally shaped hip bones wherein the bones grind against each other and deteriorate the connecting joint. The iliac crest (present in the greater pelvic part) of the hip bone impacting the muscle overhead, can lead to hip pointer injuries.
- Osgood Schlatter Disease is a condition affecting children, mostly boys who participate in athletics, due to overuse of muscles. The patellar tendon and surrounding tissues get inflamed and with proper rest, ice compression, and elevation of the knee, it can be treated.
- Premature osteoporosis is a condition that affects female athletes in particular due to low calcium levels and menstrual dysfunction which hamper the body’s bone building process.
- Over training in male athletes may lead to osteoporosis due to reduced testosterone levels.
- Osteopenia or the loss of bone in athletes may result due to over training and psychological stress. The calcium is mainly reabsorbed from the ‘cancellous bone’ (bone tissue that has a structure similar to a mesh, containing many pores) in the femur.
- Most athletes suffer from low bone density and in extreme cases, this might lead to osteopenia. Cyclists are found to have the highest loss of bone density amongst athletes. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Orthopedist.