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Hi doctors, im having severe pain in both my knees and sometimes its on the right, left and both and ive been to the doctor but they just prescribed pain killers and it doesn't really help, how can I help to ease the pain and any idea if it could be arthritis? Because its genetic and im 20. Also, what should I eat/drink and avoid, thank you.
I'm having back pain since last two years and I'm 20 years old only. What is the reason behind my back pain which makes me feel bad at times frequently. I can not do heavy works.
Sir, I had an accident three months ago with my bike, a minor one. At that time there were little scratches on my body and some movement caused pain in my shoulders, and left hands. Slowly it went away but from last three to four days my shoulder left side and left palm have started aching with the movement like when I lift some weight or keep my hands up to hold rail in mumbai local. Advice me on this matter. Thanks in advance.
I was cured from spinal koch's and compression of disc between d10-d11, in march. 2012 after taking treatment ak2 for 18 months. Now I am excess weight and put up some belly also. Does this cause lower back pain as I am getting it now. Please clarify.
Hai sir I am suffering 2 years of lower back pain in (L4&L5 and L5&S1) I can't do my regular work daily so please suggest me good exercise.
I had done minor surgery of pinodile sinus around 4 years back, during that time I had very bad back pain and after the operation it has reduced completely. But now again just from 1 years back I started getting the back pain but this time it's not like before, Its very little. Pls advice me what needs to be done.
My mom is suffering pain in his left knee from last 2 months .she is unable to walk properly now. Tell me sir what to do.
I am 41 years of age. Mine is travelling job. From last 5 months I have back pain I done mri and slip disc has been diagnosed. Kindly suggest home remedies.
The human body is so amazing yet sometimes, it is delicate. The condition of cervical spondylitis is one of the examples of this being the case. It is also known as cervical disc disease and is reputed to cause a pretty large amount of pain! That being said, it is not as if this pain cannot be reduced. After all, physiotherapy can make almost any situation better and this is pretty much the case with cervical spondylitis, as well!
Neck traction happens to be one of the popular methods prescribed by physiotherapy to help people who are suffering from cervical spondylitis pain. What is done in this process is that the neck is extended but at a very slow rate. While this may not seem like much itself, why this helps is that it goes a pretty long way in taking a lot of pressure off the discs of the spine. While it is true that neck traction is a thing which can be performed at home, it is very important to check with a professional physiotherapist to make sure that the technique that one is practicing is faultless so as to make sure that any painful accidents are not allowed to take place and make the situation worse than it already is!
Physiotherapy is all about engaging in activities which help make the condition better. So, when a person has cervical spondylitis pain, the therapist will spend some time with him or her so that the neck can be slowly adjusted and this will help the range of motion of the person’s neck improve by quite a large margin.
There are quite a few other ways to go about relieving the pain caused by cervical spondylitis by making use of physiotherapy. For example, deep tissue massage does have a large number of fans who swear by it. This is also the case when it comes to electrical stimulation. As a matter of fact, both of these are quite popular as a means to get the patient in the right condition for healing exercises to have their full effect.
After all the effort which is put in by the person by the way of exercise, it can be said to be important that he or she makes use of a cervical pillow, which is more commonly known as a neck pillow and a cervical collar, which can help the process of realignment. With correct physiotherapy, cervical spondylitis pain will soon be history!