When to have a Knee Replacement Surgery?

In India, knee problems are on the rise! It is affecting people of almost all age-groups which can make it difficult to even carry out a simple basic activity such as walking upstairs. The majority of these knee pain problems occur due to severe damage by an accident, old age, a sudden blow to the leg, an erratic fall, postural deformities, wear and tear or excessive pressure. The issue can get worse over time and restrict mobility.

However, the upside is that knee pain is a very treatable problem. Knee replacement surgery might ...

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How to Cure Pain in the Neck

Many people experience neck pain at one time or another. It is a musculoskeletal disorder that can greatly reduce the ability to move your neck and further travel into the arms and shoulders.

The human neck is made up of seven vertebral bones that lead into the cervical spine and bears the weight of head which weighs around 10-12 pounds. Since the neck doesn’t have as much padding as compared to the spine so more susceptible to injuries, strains, aches and other issues. Fortunately, it takes only a few days to get relief fr...

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How to Cure Heel Pain Fast

If weight bearing on the heel causes a lot of discomforts then you are most likely to be suffering from heel pain. It mostly occurs under the foot or behind it. The pain can range from dull to disabling and make it difficult to move around freely. You will lose your balance and become more prone to injuries.

Many people take heel pain lightly and ignore the early symptoms although it will only get worse with time and become a serious issue.

Common Causes of Heel Pain Plantar Fasciitis

This occurs due to the tearing of plan...

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Severe Lower Back Pain: Causes & Treatment

  • Dr. MS Narula
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  • December 13, 2018
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Back pain is a common health issue and usually affects the lower back. Almost everyone experiences lower back pain at some point in their life that starts below the ribs, called the lumbar region and then travels down into the hips. It develops gradually and can get worse over time if left untreated.

The problem is more common in people over the age of 30. This is mainly because as you age there is a loss of muscle tone, making the back more prone to injuries.

What are the causes of Severe Lower Back Pain?

There are many f...

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