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Knee Pain Treatment
Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Treatment of Joint And Muscle Problems
Treatment of Nerve And Muscle Disorders
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Joint Dislocation Treatment
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Joint Replacement Surgery
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Treatment of Spondylosis
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Treatment of Joint Dislocation
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Treatment Of Herniated Disc
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Swelling of ankle ,pain in legs (joins and ankle part) Pain in nervous of legs. Hindi: Pairo ki nasso mey khichav sa lagta hai pairo mey sujan ghutno mey soojan aur dard.
I have osteoporosis in my both knees. They are painful & stiff if I stand for long hours. Doctors are suggesting I can delay operation for a while. Is there any remedy to avoid operation. Please suggest.
Hi doctor, I am a 44 year old male with a nagging lower back ache since past three days which is affecting my normal seating, working & sleeping cycles. Experiencing extreme discomfort while sitting, working or even sleeping on back & sides as well. Do please let me know what could be the possible reason & advise solutions to get rid of this pain in the back. Thanks & regards
I'm having pain in my lower back. The xray report says reduced lumbar lordosis and bilateral sacroiliitis. Which exercise should I do becoz I don't want to take pain killers. please suggest.
This is a flexion deformity affecting the distal interphalangeal joint of the finger and is due to either distal extensor tendon rupture or avulsion with a bony fragment after traumatic forced flexion of the extended finger tip. The resultant weakness is often painless and presents with an inability to actively extend the fingertip. Non traumatic mallet finger occurs more often in diabetics. Treatment is usually by splinting the distal interphalangeal joint in extension. Surgery is rarely required.