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Bhopal Spine & Pain Relief Center

Jawahar Chowk, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

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Welcome To Bhopal Spine And Pain Relief Center. We Deal With Neck Pain, Cancer Pain, Shoulder Pain Etc.+ Read More

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2012

Neck Pain Treatment
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Neck pain is described as an aching, burning, stabbing, shooting, or cramping pain and frequently spreads into the Head, upper back, the arm or the hand. It is frequently made worse by activities that require one to be static or perform repetitive tasks like typing and answering the phone. It might be post trauma or a degenerative problem. Common sources of neck pain include Facet joints, Herniated discs, Muscles etc. The causes are almost similar to that for back pain (see above)

Injections for spine pain like cervical epidural steroid injections, facet joint or its nerve block, radiofrequency, Provocative discography, Dekompressor / ozone discectomy. Surgery for spine pain is the last resort therapy & should always be avoided.

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The shoulder is the most movable joint in the body. However, it is an unstable joint because of the range of motion allowed. It is easily subject to injury because the ball of the upper arm is larger than the shoulder socket that holds it. To remain stable, the shoulder must be anchored by its muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Some shoulder problems arise from the disruption of these soft tissues as a result of injury or from overuse or underuse of the shoulder. Other problems arise from a degenerative process in which tissues break down and no longer function well.

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Back pain is a common complaint. Four out of five people in the United States will experience low back pain at least once during their lives. It\'s one of the most common reasons people go to the doctor or miss work. On the bright side, you can prevent most back pain. If prevention fails, simple home treatment and proper body mechanics will often heal your back within a few weeks and keep it functional for the long haul. Surgery is rarely needed to treat back pain When back pain does not subside, and the injury or illness that caused it has had sufficient time to heal, it is termed chronic back pain. Chronic back pain usually lasts more than three months and may be mild or severe. Amongst the common causes for your back pain may be facet joint or herniated intervertebral disc (slipped disc).

 

causes

  • Osteoporosis can cause vertebra fracture & can cause back pain. common in old age.
  • Rare causes include Cancer, infection, cauda equina syndrome.

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knee pain is the second most common pain after back pain for which patients commonly visited to the pain physician

knee joint is one of the most complex joint of the body which is playing importent role is transfering body weight to the feet and most usable joint of the body, as body weight increases of the woeking habbits disturbs the knee joints are start paining it is very common in middile aged female,

in India the most common cause of knee pain is osteo-arthritis, the second most common cause is unnoticed ligament injuries which is very common in our day to day activity

if knee is having pain for more then 3 weaks with of with out swelling it is considered as serious problem and immediately meet your pain speicialist, self medication and prolonged mismanagement of the knee pain can be dangerous,

its always better to hendle the knee joint more of with conservative methods then the surgical intervension, pain physician will give you proper advice regarding your working habbits and knee care

with this he will also provide you advance methods of pain management to dealing with chronic knee pain, which are less invasive and more effective as compared to the surgical management..

About the Knee

Knee is the largest joint in your body. It is a complex joint made of bone, cartilage and ligaments. The cartilage in the knee acts as a cushion and gliding surface. When healthy, the cartilage keeps the bones in the joint from rubbing together. However, when the joint is affected by arthritis, the bones make contact and cause pain. Injuries, aging and degenerative conditions such as arthritis can cause the cartilage to break down

Common Causes of Knee Pain

Osteoarthritis: Arthritis is a chronic condition that causes joint inflammation. Symptoms include redness, warmth, swelling, tenderness and pain.

Up to 40 percent of the population may have knee osteoarthritis, or “wear and tear” arthritis. This is the gradual breakdown of the cartilage in the knee. Also called degenerative joint disease, osteoarthritis usually develops over years and often is found in patients who have had a knee infection or injury and those who are overweight/

                        As cartilage wears away, the bones around it can grow thicker and develop bony spurs. This can lead to increased friction between the bones and disrupted movement in your knee. This also can lead to problems with the synovium, a membrane in your knee that produces a liquid to keep your cartilage slippery. This membrane can become inflamed and make too much fluid. This results in swelling, or “water on the knee.” In the most severe cases, the knee can become deformed as the continued friction wears away the bone. Common symptoms of osteoarthritis include pain, stiffness, tenderness, a limited range of motion and a grating sensation when you bend your knee. The pain is usually worse after activity.

Rheumatoid arthritis: Rheumatoid arthritis can affect joints on both sides of the body (both knees, both hands and/or both wrists). In rheumatoid arthritis, your body’s cells attack your own tissues. Rheumatoid arthritis affects three to five times more women than men and often presents between the ages of 20 and 50.

Over time, rheumatoid arthritis can cause cartilage to wear away, swelling in the synovium, and excess fluid in the knee. In later stages, bones can rub against each other.

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BACK PAIN

Symptoms of Back Pain

  • Persistent aching or stiffness anywhere along your spine, from the base of the neck to the tail bone
  • Sharp, localized pain in the neck, upper back, or lower back — especially after lifting heavy objects or engaging in other strenuous activity
  • Chronic ache in the middle or lower back, especially after sitting or standing for extended periods
  • Back pain that radiates from the low back to the buttock, down the back of the thigh, and into the calf and toes
  • Inability to stand straight without having pain or muscle spasms in the lower back

Causes of Back Pain                        

Mechanical problems: A mechanical problem is due to the way your spine moves or the way you feel when you move your spine in certain ways. Perhaps the most common mechanical cause of back pain is a condition called intervertebral disc degeneration, which simply means that the discs located between the vertebrae of the spine are breaking down with age. As they deteriorate, they lose their cushioning ability. This problem can lead to pain if the back is stressed. Another cause of back pain is the wearing down of the facet joints, which are the large joints that connect each vertebrae to another. Other mechanical causes of back pain include spasms, muscle tension, and ruptured discs, which are also called herniated discs.

Injuries: Spine injuries such as sprains and fractures can cause either short-lived or chronic back pain. Sprains are tears in the ligaments that support the spine, and they can occur from twisting or lifting improperly. Fractured vertebrae are often the result of osteoporosis, a condition that causes weak, porous bones. Less commonly, back pain may be caused by more severe injuries that result from accidents and falls.

Acquired conditions and diseases: Many medical problems can cause or contribute to back pain. They include scoliosis, which causes curvature of the spine and does not usually cause pain until mid-life; spondylolisthesis; various forms of arthritis, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and ankylosing spondylitis; and spinal stenosis, a narrowing of the spinal column that puts pressure on the spinal cord and nerves. While osteoporosis itself is not painful, it can lead to painful fractures of the vertebrae. Other causes of back pain include pregnancy; kidney stones or infections; endometriosis, which is the buildup of uterine tissue in places outside the uterus; and fibromyalgia, which causes fatigue and widespread muscle pain.

Infections and tumors: Although they are not common causes of back pain, infections can cause pain when they involve the vertebrae, a condition called osteomyelitis, or when they involve the discs that cushion the vertebrae, which is called discitis. Tumors, too, are relatively rare causes of back pain. Occasionally, tumors begin in the back, but more often they appear in the back as a result of cancer that has spread from elsewhere in the body.

Although the causes of back pain are usually physical, it is important to know that emotional stress can play a role in how severe pain is and how long it lasts. Stress can affect the body in many ways, including causing back muscles to become tense and painful. Untreated depression and anxiety can make back pain feel much worse. Likewise, insomnia, or the lack of sleep, can also contribute to back pain.

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Causes of Joint Pain

Joints form the connections between bones. They provide support and help you move. Any damage to the joints from disease or injury can interfere with your movement and cause a lot of pain.

Many different conditions can lead to painful joints, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, bursitis, gout, strains, sprains, and other injuries. Joint pain is extremely common. About one-third of adults report having joint pain within the past 30 days. Knee pain is the most common complaint, followed by shoulder and hip pain, but joint pain can affect any part of your body, from your ankles to your shoulders. As you get older, painful joints become increasingly more common.

Joint pain can range from mildly irritating to debilitating. It may go away after a few weeks (acute), or last for several weeks or months (chronic). Even short-term pain and swelling in the joints can affect your quality of life.

Joint Pain Treatment

Medications: For moderate-to-severe joint pain with swelling, an over-the-counter or prescription nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) such as , or ibuprofen can provide relief. A newer generation of NSAIDs known as Cox-2 inhibitors (Celebrex) is also good for pain relief. If you have milder pain without any swelling, acetaminophen (Tylenol) can be effective. These pain medications should be taken only with the advise of qualified pain physicians. If your pain is so severe that NSAIDs and Cox-2 medicines aren’t effective enough, your pain physician may prescribe a stronger opioid medication.

Physical Therapy: You can work with a physical therapist to strengthen the muscles around the joint, stabilize the joint, and improve your range of motion. The therapist will use techniques such as ultrasound, heat or cold therapy, electrical nerve stimulation, and manipulation.

If you are overweight, losing weight can relieve some of the pressure on your painful joints. Exercise is one effective way to lose weight (along with diet), but be careful to stick with low-impact exercises that won’t further irritate the joint. Swimming and bicycling are among the best exercises because both allow you to exercise your joints without putting impact on them. Because water is buoyant, swimming also relieves some of the pressure on your joints.

Home Care: You can relieve short-term joint pain with a few simple techniques at home. Some of these tips include:

  • Protecting the joint with a brace or wrap.
  • Resting the joint, avoiding any activities that cause you pain.
  • Applying ice on the joint for about 15 minutes, several times each day.
  • Compressing the joint using an elastic wrap.
  • Elevating the joint above the level of your heart.

Applying ice to your painful joints can relieve the pain and inflammation. For muscle spasms around joints, try using a heating pad or wrap several times a day.

Injections: Potent anti-inflammatory agents can be injected into the joints to reduce pain and inflammation. Ozone Gas injections have also clinically proven to be extremely effective at pain relief.

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Migraine is a condition that causes attacks (episodes) of headaches. Other symptoms such as feeling sick (nausea) or being sick (vomiting) are also common Between migraine attacks, the symptoms go completely.

Who gets migraine?

Migraine is common. About 1 in 4 women and about 1 in 12 men develop migraine at some point in their lives. It most commonly first starts in childhood or as a young adult. Some people have frequent attacks – sometimes several a week. Others have attacks only now and then. Some people may go for years between attacks. In some people, the migraine attacks stop in later adult life. However, in some cases the attacks continue (persist) throughout life.

What are the types and symptoms of migraine?

There are two main types of migraine attack:

Migraine attack without aura (also called common migraine): This is the most common type of migraine. Symptoms include the following:

  • The headache is usually on one side of the head, typically at the front or side Sometimes it is on both sides of the head Sometimes it starts on one side, and then spreads all over the head The pain is moderate or severe and is often described as throbbing or pulsating Movements of the head may make it worse It often begins in the morning, but may begin at any time of the day or night Typically, it gradually gets worse and peaks after 2-12 hours, then gradually eases off However, it can last from 4 to 72 hours
  • Other migraine symptoms that are common:
    • Feeling sick (nausea)
    • Being sick (vomiting)
    • Not liking bright lights or loud noises, so that you may just want to lie in a dark room
  • Other symptoms that sometimes occur:
    • Being off food
    • Blurred vision
    • Poor concentration
    • Stuffy nose
    • Hunger
    • Diarrhoea
    • Tummy (abdominal) pain
    • Passing lots of urine
    • Going pale
    • Sweating
    • Scalp tenderness
    • Sensations of heat or cold
    • Migraine attack with aura (also called classic migraine): About 1 in 4 people with migraine have migraine with aura. The symptoms are the same as those described above (migraine without aura), but also include a warning sign (an aura) before the headache begins.

      Visual aura is the most common type of aura. Examples include a temporary loss of part of vision, flashes of light, objects may seem to rotate, shake, or boil. Numbness and pins and needles are the second most common type of aura. Numbness usually starts in the hand, travels up the arm, then involves the face, lips, and tongue. The leg is sometimes involved. Problems with speech are the third most common type of aura. Other types of aura include an odd smell, food cravings, a feeling of well-being, other odd sensations.

      One of the above auras may develop, or several may occur one after each other. Each aura usually lasts just a few minutes before going, but can last up to 60 minutes. The aura usually goes before the headache begins. The headache usually develops within 60 minutes of the end of the aura, but it may develop a lot sooner than that – often straight afterwards.

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Neuralgia is a stabbing, burning, and often quite severe pain that occurs along a damaged nerve. The damaged nerve may be anywhere in the body, but is most common in the face and neck. The cause of a damaged nerve may be a disease like diabetes (diabetic neuropathy) or multiple sclerosis, an infection like shingles, or the result of old age. Treatment for the pain of neuralgia depends on the cause.

Types of Neuralgia

                        Neuralgia can occur in different parts of the body and can have various causes.

Trigeminal Neuralgia: This type of neuralgia is associated with pain from the trigeminal nerve, which goes from the brain to the face. The particular cause of pain is believed to be a blood vessel pressing down on the trigeminal nerve where it meets with the brainstem. Trigeminal neuralgia causes pain in the face, usually on one side, and is most common in the elderly.

Postherpetic Neuralgia: This type of neuralgia occurs as a complication of shingles and may be anywhere on the body. Shingles is a viral infection characterized by a painful rash and blisters. Neuralgia can erupt wherever the outbreak of shingles occurred and can be mild or severe, persistent or intermittent, and can last for months or years.

Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia: Pain from the glossopharyngeal nerve, which is in the throat, is not very common. This type of neuralgia produces pain in the neck and throat.

Causes of Neuralgia

The underlying cause of any type of neuralgia is damage to a nerve. Each nerve in your body is protected by a coating called the myelin sheath. When the myelin is damaged or wears away from the nerve, the stabbing, severe, shock-like pain of neuralgia results. There are many different factors, including old age, which can cause damage to the myelin. Unfortunately, in many cases of neuralgia, a cause can never be found.

Infection: The cause of postherpetic neuralgia is shingles, an infection caused by the chickenpox virus. The likelihood of having this infection increases with age. Lyme disease, HIV, and syphilis can also cause neuralgia.

Multiple Sclerosis: Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease that is caused by the degradation of myelin. Among the many symptoms that result from MS is neuralgia, often in the face.

Pressure on Nerves: The myelin on nerves can be worn away by pressure. The pressure may come from a bone, ligament, blood vessel, or a tumor that is pressing on the nerve. The pressure of a swollen blood vessel is a common cause in trigeminal neuralgia.

Diabetes (Diabetic Neuropathy): Many people with diabetes will suffer from some type of neuralgia because excess glucose in the bloodstream can lead to myelin damage.

Less Common Causes: If the cause of neuralgia cannot be blamed on an infection, MS, diabetes, or pressure on the nerves, it may be from one of many less common factors. These include:

  • chronic kidney disease
  • porphyria (a rare blood disease)
  • medications like  ,  , or vincristine (prescribed to cancer patients)
  • trauma, such as that caused by surgery
  • chemical irritation

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