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Treatment of Neurological Problems
Treatment of Hip Disorders
Back Pain Treatment
Neck Pain Treatment
Treatment of Spondylosis
Arthritis And Pain Management Treatment
Treatment Of Disk Slip
Chronic Pain Management
Treatment Of Herniated Disc
Treatment of Spine Injuries
Treatment of Disc Prolapse
Spinal Cord Injury Medicine
Treatment of Muscle Pain Skeleton System
Treatment Of Foot Infection
Cancer Pain Management
Epidural And Spinal Anesthesia Techniques
Treatment of Spinal Diseases
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Dr. I'm 30 year old married women. Dr. Mujhe do ya 3 days se sar mai dard hota ulltiya ane jesa hota hai jab bhi so kar utti hoon ubkayi se ahti hai saas lene mai taklif hoti hai aur constipation bhi rheta hai. please help me..
I have got some problem during someday that is every time there is pain in my waist. So what should I do for this?
Recently two weeks back I have observed that the muscles of biceps are automatically contracting. Why it is like? I don't have any other symptoms related to it.
Dear sir, I have pain in my knee and ankle I am unable to sit more then 5 minute & my age is 53 years and my weight is 83 I too much tried to reduce my weight but I can' t loose it. So my hearty request to your good self to give my guide what I do for pain and weight. I service in bank last 25 years. Please do the need full. I will be obliged. Thanking you.
Sir I have a stomach problem in previous year. Therefore I am not feeling comfortable please give solution.
Myself undergone acl surgery, since 2 yrs backs rt. Knee joint, leg folding upto 105 degree .Original position is not obtained.Pain is there.
If you or someone you know suffers or has suffered, from back pain, you are by no means alone. Back pain is very common. Almost half of all adults suffer from back pain that lasts for at least a day each year.
How Common Is Back Pain?
- Back pain is so common that it is highly likely that the majority of us will suffer from it at some point. Estimated 60-80% of people are affected by back pain at some time in their lives.
- Back pain is one of the main reasons for absence from work, and each year millions of working days are lost due to back pain.In western countries (e.g. the UK and the USA) the incidence of back pain(particularly pain in the lower back) has reached epidemic proportions.
- One survey has reported that 17.3 million people in the UK (about one-third of the adult population) are affected by back pain at any one time. Of these, 1.1 million people are disabled by back pain.
- Low back pain is the most frequent cause of limitation of activity in the young and middle-aged and is one of the most common reasons for seeking a medical consultation. Every year about 5 million people see their GP because of back pain.
Changing Trends in Back Pain
Back pain is becoming a bigger problem that it once was. Since the mid-1990s, the incidence of back pain in the UK has risen by 12.7% and outpatient attendances for back pain are now five times greater. But why is this?
Many possible explanations have been proposed:
- We are more aware of our health and well-being than we used to be. If we have a problem we are more likely to seek medical help than suffer in silence.
- We expect more from our health services. When we go to see the doctor with back pain, we expect them to be able to do something about to it.
- We work longer hours than we used to and are under more stress in our everyday lives.
- Changes in our diet and the popularity of convincing foods (coupled with our reluctance to exercise) means we are more overweight than we used to be.
- We lead increasingly sedentary (or inactive) lifestyles. We drive for longer periods, take less exercise and spend hours sitting in front of the television or computer.