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I am suffering from lower back pain in lumber region. Pain even moving around sometimes. Can't walk straighten. 1 years back same problem happened, a orthopedic surgeon told I have a little gap between bones in lumber region. Should I consult a doctor again? Please help.
She suffers from too much pain in her leg and take pain killer it affects her digestion. Suggest medicine for this problem Thanks in advance.
hello sir, Its for my father, He was having fever since few days followed by entire body pain specially in the joints. Blood test was done for complete haemogram. leukocyte count is very high - 15400/ cumm. There is no sign of any infection externally. What can be the reason for this high WBC count?
.i have a sprained neck and find it difficult to turn my neck from left to right I am a computer professional. Should I take painkillers or there are other remedies.
I am suffering from neck pain back pain and knee pain my age is 39 I am a female what should I eat which is not costly for rme.
I have a lower back pain from last 2 yrs, I took mri scanning Dr. Suggested to operation. I am 21 years old, does it ryt .
I am 35 years old male, got back pain 5 days ago while doing situps, taken nevoron injection got relief, now taking neorelax tablet. Had bed rest for 4 days. Came to work today with the waist belt. Is my case worrisome?
I have a continuous pain in my lower back. It mostly happens when I drive back or sit on hard surface for ling time. Any suggestions how to heal it?
Breaking a bone is, needless to say, a painful experience. But, when people have their broken bone put in a cast, they tend to forget about it until it comes out. This is quite wrong! A person would want to be up and running but does not find that the hand or the leg as it has been cast up. For weeks, the person's hand or leg barely moves and also shrinks up quite a lot!
There is a lot of pain, not only due to shrinkage when a fracture occurs. The occurrence itself causes what is known as acute pain. Then, for some weeks, the sub-acute pain just seems to persist, to the person having the fracture. The reason for this is the fact that the bone and the soft tissue are in the process of healing.
Chronic pain is a worry as it does not go away even after the healing process has ended. In order to make sure that there is a quick recovery and there is no chronic pain which is experienced at all, some of the proverbial leaves need to be taken out of the book of physiotherapy.
To start with, sometime between a fortnight and a month after the injury or the bone break has taken place, the doctor will wish to see some movement in the soft tissue that has broken around the bone. The great advantage of this is that while it may be a little bit of effort and time involved, there are great benefits by the way of less pain and swelling as the blood flows as normally as is possible.
If such movements are not done, a person can have related soreness, which can be even more of a pain! An example of this would be a broken foot or ankle causing the stiffness of the knee. When a person is already in pain, adding to his or her trouble makes no sense at all, does it?
Post one month mark, the physiotherapist would want to see more functioning so that the normal levels can be attained. A person who has a fracture should not despair as if he or she is willing to stick to the schedule given by the physiotherapist and perform all the exercises that have been set out, he or she will be back at the normal level much sooner than would have been expected!
Also, getting active again will reduce the risk of a repeat injury, and that is enough justification to do so!