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Asked for male, 25 years old from Jammu
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General Physician•Vadodara
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Omnigel to apply to locally three times. After hot foamentationmeans dip leg in hot to warm water for 7-10 min.
Tab dan Mr. two times after food for five days.
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General Physician•Delhi
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Hi
you seem to be experiencing shin splints. it is a common condition
Reduce Your Pain and Swelling

Ice your shins. Ice several times a day for 3 days or until pain is gone.

Do stretching exercises, especially over the front part of the shin.

Take ibuprofen, naproxen, or aspirin to decrease swelling and to help with pain. ...

Use arch supports. ...


for more help you can consult with me privately
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General Physician•Delhi
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I am sorry to hear about your concern but will be happy to assist you.
Shin splints are an overuse problem. You get shin splints from overloading your leg muscles, tendons or shin bone. Shin splints happen from overuse with too much activity or an increase in training. Most often, the activity is high impact and repetitive exercise of your lower legs.
Let's connect over a call so that we can discuss your concern in details and make a suitable treatment plan for you.
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General Physician•Vadodara
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Dip foot in warm water with one tsf common salt two times 7-10 min.
Tab flugesic p three times a day after food for five days as as required.
Locally apply any rubificent even musterd oil with clove of garlic to hot strain it cool than massage.
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Sexologist•Sri Ganganagar
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Dear for this first get vitamin d and uric acid test done and revert me reports. Will guide accordingly.
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Homeopath•Hyderabad
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Rest your body. It needs time to heal.
Ice your shin to ease pain and swelling. Do it for 20-30 minutes every 3 to 4 hours for 2 to 3 days, or until the pain is gone.
Use insoles or orthotics for your shoes.
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General Physician•Kannur
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Hello lybrate-user, Welcome to Lybrate.
For your pain, you can try some oral analgesics like ibuprufen or paracetamol. Also you can go for pain relief ointments like diclofenac gel. But remember not to exhaust yourself with practicing overtime before your final test.
All the best!
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Physiotherapist•Agra
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Hi lybrate-user, this is because of imbalance of yours muscles, do some following exercises will great help you to recover this condition like -
quadriceps stretch
hip flexor stretch
child pose stretch
cat & camel exercise
bridging exercise
glute kick back exercise
or can contact with near by physiotherapist.
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Physiotherapist•Hyderabad
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You con consult nearby physical therapist and ask for neck isometric exercises, through exercises and mild setting of the alignment of the spine will make it again in correct posture.
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Physiotherapist•Chennai
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Kyphosis is the technical name for having a hunched back that is not remedied by naturally straightening the back. Of course we all get lazy at times and slouch to the point it appears we are hunchbacked; however, kyphosis is a condition in which an individual has an exaggerated thoracic curve and rounded shoulders. This is a condition that is on the increase.
There are causes to this condition with the two most common causes being poor posture and muscular imbalances. When caused by poor po...more
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Unani Specialist•Kanpur
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Follow these herbal combinations for complete cure
vrihad vat chintamani ras 1 tablet twice a day
vatari awleh 10 gm twice a day.
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Ayurvedic Doctor•Zirakpur
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Some orthotics could have been applied earlier but even now these may support to some extent. Some bone friendly herbs also have good effect in bone strength with diet procol and yoga physio also. Most probably support needed. Send the photo of your legs and posture while standing. Do it in half pants.
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Physiotherapist•Chennai
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This exercise will strengthen the extension muscles in the upper back.
How to do it: lie face down with your head lifted off the floor. Your lower back needs to be slightly hyper-extended. Stretch your arms straight out in a y position with your thumbs pointing up. Pull your arms back in an arc until your hands are in a ‘handcuff’ position. Slowly reverse your arms until you’re at the start. Repeat 2 or 3 times.
•wall sliding (wall angels)
this exercise will strengthen the scapular r...more
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Physiotherapist•Chennai
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Bad posture can contribute to the severity and appearance of pectusexcavatum. Strengthening your postural muscles can help. Because we often work on our front body — especially when strengthening our chest to help with pectusexcavatum — this exercise will help balance your body by strengthening your posterior chain — those muscles on the back of the body.
1.Lie on your stomach on a mat with your arms extended in front of you and your forehead resting on the ground.
2.As you inhale, lift ...more
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Physiotherapist•Chennai
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1.bridge
lie flat on your back with your legs bent and your feet flat on the floor and hip-width apart, arms by your sides.
Push your heels into the floor as you lift your pelvis up off the floor until your upper body and thighs form a straight line.
Hold for 2 seconds, lower down slowly, and repeat 8 to 12 times.
2.squats
place your feet shoulder-width apart, toes pointing forward.
Lower yourself to a sitting position until your thighs are parallel to the floor. Make sur...more
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Physiotherapist•Chennai
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Regards Lybrate user. The pain in the shin area may be due to overworking of your muscles due to incline walking. On an upward incline your foot will have to dorsiflex (that is toes and foot move upwards to clear the ground) more than normal. Repetitive use would make the muscles in front of shin to work harder and does not relax. You may try to reduce to incline activity and do level walking to observe if it really changes your pain (to ascertain the above said probability). You may try to stre...more
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