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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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doctor was good enough to analyse the history and suggested for 3 days of physiotherapy. overall its a good experience as of now.
I am 18 years old, I play foot ball cricket at school. I frequently suffer from cramp in thigh and leg muscle. Some times in back muscle also.
I have pain on my back and little swelling too then what is this disease please tell me I am worried about that.
I am facing from knee pain a lot. Makes me difficult to walk and stand up after sitting. Facing these problem from 2-3 years.
I am 25 years old male. And I have knee pain from minimum 1 month. I used crape band aid and volini too. But no relief. What I do for this pain?
I am 63 yrs old and a small gap in my right knee. Despite taking calcium capsules and other medicines but of no respite. As of now there is stiffness in my right knee. I cant bend my my right leg, please advice suitable medicine. Regards
Hi doctor I need urgency Back pain Near to back pain May be joint pains Some of Sciatica or hip pain or piriformis please tell me some exercise I am from Bangalore.
I have lower back pain since october 2016. I got an Xray done on suggestion from an orthopaedic doctor. In the Xray Spondylolisthesis problem was found out. A doctor suggested me with TLIF operation. But I am afraid of spine surgery. I have not conceived yet and I do not have any children yet. It is already been 2 years of my marriage. I wanted to ask can I conceive? And I f I do, I will be having a lot of back pain during last stages of pregnancy, what can be done at that moment? Can I take pain killers? What is the risk ratio for me? And is it important to get operation done? I have grade 1 spondylolisthesis. Please I am a lot confused on pregnancy issue and operation.
Hii sir I have sciatica pain in my back and back of thigh .when I walk I feel severe pain .my question is can I take antibiotic like cefrixaone and gentamycin.
I played football yesterday. Suddenly I feel pain in my left leg. Can anyone please tell me suggestion to relieve my pain?
Back pain is a common ailment faced by men and women of all ages. It can range from a periodic dull ache to a constant stabbing pain. A pain in the lower part of the neck is also often categorized as back pain. This may be caused by a number of factors. Some of these include:
- Lifting weights incorrectly
- Handling excess stress
- Staying in one position for too long
Patients suffering from frequent episodes of back pain or pain that lasts for more than six weeks are often advised to undergo physiotherapy. In cases of severe back pain, the earlier you start your physiotherapy, the more effective it will be.
Physiotherapy aims at finding a way to reduce the pain being experienced and prevent it from recurring. When it comes to treating back pain, there are usually two parts of a physiotherapy program. The first is a passive physiotherapy that helps reduce the pain being experienced. The second part of the program involves exercises that help strengthen the muscles and keep the pain from recurring.
- Passive physiotherapy: This part of physiotherapy is termed as passive as the patient need not do anything himself. Using an ice pack or a heat pack to deal with the pain is one example of passive physiotherapy. This helps reduce inflammation and relieves pain. Hot packs and cold packs are usually used alternatively. Other examples include ultrasound therapy and a therapy that involves the use of a transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulator (TENS) unit.
- Active physiotherapy: Once the pain has been brought under control, the next step is to strengthen the muscles and nerves in the back. Stretching exercises are a basic element of active physiotherapy. These exercises need to be performed every day and should be made a habit. In cases of severe back pain, these exercises may need to be practiced under expert supervision in a hospital. But otherwise, it may be done at home. Along with stretches, dynamic lumbar stabilization exercises and exercises that strengthen the core muscles are also important. Some form of low-impact aerobics may also be prescribed to improve flexibility. Unlike the other exercises mentioned above, this need not be practiced every day.
Physiotherapy can be a very effective way of treating back pain as long as it is used the right way. For example, when using a heat pack or an ice pack, the packs should not be placed in direct contact with the patient’s skin. Similarly, when practicing physiotherapy exercises, the patient must not over-exert the muscles and stop immediately, if he/she experiences any pain or discomfort.