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Dear Sir, Good morning. I have some in thigh last one year. I have consulted many doctors they said surgery only one solution. I do not want to do surgery because no guarantee it will be success, as per my MRI report Dr. said My bottom side cushion is damaged. Left side bottom side bend to hip side. Due to that reason when you sit that cushion come out that touch in Vain. So immediately blood circulation stop. Start pain, Problem only when I am sitting. Back side thigh to knee part.
Hi doctor, I am having pain near my back since so many days & actually I met with an accident in my child hood one bike went from my back. I think that pain is showing now.
I am 13 weeks pregnant and suffer from knee pain. I am taking all my supplements regularly including Calcium and vit D but still have pain. What could b the problem and how to solve it?
Hello doc, Sometimes I feel flatuancy and acidity. But the problem is sometimes I really feel pain in one of my hand for little time and after that in second hand after some time in shoulder. I am thinking like the gas is moving that's why these things are happening. Doctor please tell me what is this and what to do in such situation?
I m 36 years male having back pain & stiffness mainly in morning from past 1.5 years. I can walk easily but cant stand for long time continuously. Done x-rays also but there is nothing in x-ray.
There is pain in my legs because my legs was hurted in a accident. So, tell me what precaution I have to take.
I am 32-year-old male. I met with an accident about seven years back and my left shoulder joint pains a lot, I ignored those time, but nowadays there is the symptoms of left hand finger numbness, shoulder pain, backache, so I am concern about this problem. I am seeking a proper treatment for this left shoulder pain problem.
I age - 21, weight- 58 kg. I have started working out from ten days. In morning I walk and jog a distance of 2.75 km and in the evening I have a gym workout session, where I do cardio for ten minutes, where im able to now cover a distance of 1.5 km. My legs are paining from the day I started workout. But the day before it were aching a bit less, so yesterday I skipped my morning run and today when I went for the morning run, I could not jogg even 500 meters. I covered my daily schedule distance via walking. Please suggest me if this is normal or any special precautions I should take. thanks.
I am 70 years male and I had my laparoscopic umbilical hernia repair on10th September, 2015. I still have pain. Also I have Back Pain from 15th September, 2015. Is it due to surgery failure or anesthesia complications?
I had high viral fever with acute joint pain I was hospitalised for 6 days n now I have pain in my feet and legs. I am not able to walk properly It is already 15 days.
Hello sir, i don't know what type of injury i have got in my right knee. I can do squats ,leg press,cycling,but not able to run and doing few movements.
Tendinitis is a discomfort of the tendon. It results in pain outside the joint. There are many tendons in the body, but this condition is mainly witnessed in wrists, heels, shoulders and elbows. Some frequently used names for different kinds of tendinitis includes pitcher’s shoulder, tennis elbow, jumper’s knee, golfer’s elbow and swimmer’s shoulder.
Symptoms of tendinitis:
Symptoms of tendinitis are witnessed at the point of contact between bone and the muscle. Some of the visible signs of tendinitis are tenderness, swelling and a dull ache while moving the affected joint. Even constant pain can be felt in some cases.
What are the causes of tendinitis?
Tendinitis is frequently observed among sportsmen and athletes. If a job involves repetitive motion of a particular joint, the stress on the tendons can result in tendinitis. It is therefore very important for sportsmen to use the right technique in order to refrain from tendon related problems. Sudden accidents can also result in an injury to the tendon.
Risk factor of tendinitis:
Risk factors for this condition include job, occupation, and sports. As a person gets older, tendons tend to lose their flexibility which can lead to an injury of the tendon. If the job of a person involves frequent reaching of the overhead, vibration, repetitive motion and forceful exertion, he might face an injury to the tendon resulting in tendinitis. Last but not the least, tendinitis is very common among players who are involved in sports such as basketball, tennis, golf, baseball, running , cricket and bowling.
What are the complications involved?
Tendinitis can aggravate to tendon rupture of proper treatment is not done on time. Tendon rupture needs a surgical procedure to fix. If tendon pain lasts for few weeks at stretch, there is a good chance that the condition has turned into tendinitis.
Diagnosis of tendinitis can be done with the physical exam itself. A doctor might want to look at an X-ray scan to negate other condition that might be causing the pain.
Treatment includes the prescription of pain relievers, such as ibuprofen and aspirin. Tropical creams can also be prescribed to relieve the pain. Doctors often suggest corticosteroids be injected along the tendon in order to relieve tendinitis. If the condition is not very serious, a doctor might suggest specific exercise such as eccentric strengthening to fix the condition.
If the condition is severe, the doctor might want to go for a surgical procedure to fix tendinitis. Especially in conditions where there is a tear in the tendon and the bone. Another invasive technique to treat tendinitis is the focused aspiration of scar tissue. This procedure is performed under anesthesia thereby causing less pain to the patient. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an orthopaedic.