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Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Treatment of Nerve And Muscle Disorders
Treatment of Hip Disorders
Neuro Physiotherapy Treatment
Treatment of Knee Injury
Pregnancy Exercise Therapy
Treatment of Sports Injuries
Treatment of Splinting
Treatment of Spondylosis
Arthritis And Pain Management Treatment
Heat Therapy Treatment
Post Pregnancy Classes
Orthopedic Physical Therapy
Treatment of Shin Splints
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Ayurvedic Advise for cervical spondylosis-
1)Patient should be advised to sleep in supine position with small pillow.
2)Computer operators must be taught to do flexion, extension, and rotation once in every half an hour for two - three times
3)Bed rest is advised for 3 days.
4)A smooth massage js recommended.
5)Lumbar traction is more useful in clinical practice than cervical traction. (Cervical neck traction aggravates the problem)
6)While giving massage, pressure should not be given.
7)All other physiotherapies are not much useful
8)Keeping hand as pillows must be avoided.
9)It is better to use small pillows
10)Don't keep your hand under head while you are watching TV.
11)Use the towel slowly and carefully over the scalp once you finish bathing.
12)Reduce using two-wheelers like bike, etc.
13)Don't use cell phone while driving.
14)Took proper diagnosis by ONLY Ayurvedic doctors
I am a 38 years old male and having pain in right knee for last 6 to 8 months. I am using pain relief spray (moov, volini), ointment for last 1 month but it hasn't worked. Earlier I used to play badminton in hard court for 8 months but now I am playing badminton in synthetic court for last 4 years. But still I am having pain in my knee. I can not sit and stand in my knee more than 3 times. What should I do now? Please suggest.
Hi, 2012 mein mai gir gayi thi mere back bone me bahut jor ki chhot aa gyi thi. Har winter me mere back bone ke area me bahut pain ho jada h ya jyada der baithne se bhi pain increase jo jada h jyda work karne se bhi pain hone lagta h. I can't ignore my pain. I am so tensed about this. please consult me.
Hi, there I'm 35 years old I need guidance regarding spondylitis, I've done X-ray lumber spine ap lateral view -impression:- lumbar spondylosis changes. Is it permanent cannot be healed completely what steps should be taken regarding this. Any diets or lifestyle changes.
Good day, Please I need your help. I took an I. V infusion some days back. Up to 5 days now. The point of insertion was at my emergency vein area. But for over 4 days now I have been having pain and a kind of inflammatory feeling on my arm above my elbow. I think it just spread this morning to my back. And also my wrist. I don't know if maybe there was an infiltration or if its just normal pain. I am really worried. I started on aceclofenac yesterday but I don't notice any changes.
I am having bad back pain. Mainly in the lower back. I find it keeps switching for the right side to the left side. I have notice I lose balance easy and it hurts to lean and my back is really sensitive. People have told me it could be a pinched nerve but im not sure.
If you are thinking that runner’s knee pain can ony happen to runners or sportsmen, then you are wrong. It can happen to anyone who spends time in doing things that involve bending the knees. It can happen due to activities like walking, biking and jumping. It refers to an aching pain around the kneecap. In medical terms, it is also called patellofemoral pain syndrome.
It doesn’t refer to a particular injury. It is an umbrella term to refer to any pain that happens during knee problems. Here are some of the reasons responsible for runner’s kneecap:
- High stress exercises, such as lunges or plyometrics
- Direct hit in the knee.
- If any of the bones are out of their correct position.
- Hypermobile feet and fallen arches or overpronation can cause joint pain as they change the way you walk.
- Weak or unbalanced thigh muscles.
What Are the Symptoms of runner's knee?
- You can feel the pain in front, behind, or around the kneecap
- Pain is felt when you walk, squat, kneel, run, or get up from a chair
- Pain is felt when you walk downstairs
- Swelling around your knee or a grinding feeling inside the joint
It can be diagnosed through physical examination and might require X-rays, MRIs, or CT scans.
What's the treatment for runner's knee?
- In most cases, runner’s knee gets better with time. However, the cause of the pain must be identified and then the treatment is done. Here’s what can be done:
- Give rest to your knees. It is best to avoid activities that cause the pain.
- Apply ice pack on the knees to ease the swelling. Repeat this after every 3 to 4 hours in a day and apply the pack for at least 20 minutes.
- Use an elastic bandage or straps to wrap the knees. It gives extra support to the knees and prevents the pain.
- Elevate the leg on a pillow at the time of lying down.
- Take pain killers like ibuprofen or naproxen.
- Indulge yourself in stretching exercises.