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Cervical (Neck Pain)

Experiencing pain in the center most part of your neck? Are you undergoing numbness and weakness in the neck area? Then they maybe signs of cervical neck pain. This kind of pain is the most common pain that a person tends to experience and is mainly caused because of a tear in the tissue in the neck.

Causes for cervical neck pain

There are various causes for this pain to occur. Usually, this pain is temporary but if not diagnosed at the right time, it might have severe effects on the neck. Major causes for this pain are:

  • Any kind of disorder or disease will lead to tear of tissue in the neck
  • Lot of infections can cause a temporary cervical neck pain
  • Any infection or disease in the spinal cord leads to a pain in the neck
  • Any direct muscle pull in the neck results in neck pain
  • Any kind of extra stretch to the neck muscles may lead to a pain in that part

Every disease, infection or pain in a body has certain symptoms that are shown externally so that the person can identify and consult a doctor immediately. The common symptoms of cervical neck pain are:

  • A pain in the neck that could also spread to the shoulders and arms
  • Frequent headache
  • The motion of the neck is reduced
  • Lesser sensation, numbness, and weakness in that region of the neck
Remedy for neck pain

Treatment usually depends on the cause but the usual home remedies for this are:

  • Rest on a flat surface
  • Applying hot or cold ointments or ice bags
  • Physiotherapy only under doctor`s supervision
  • Collar traction belt
  • Acupressure

Low Back Pain

This is a pain that occurs in the lower part of the back. This is mainly caused due to wrong posture of the body. It is inferred that this disorder usually occurs in 40% of the people at some or the other point in their lives. It involves the muscles and bones. Overlapping of bones also results in pain of lower back.


Most of the times, lower back pain occurs because of sudden pull in the muscles and that kind of pain is temporary. But with the pain, the lower back is accompanied by the below symptoms. It is a serious issue and a doctor must be consulted as soon as possible:

  • Chills and fever
  • Unexplained weight loss
  • Weakness in the leg
  • Difficulty in passing urine
  • Pain in the abdomen
Treatment to this pain

Today, the blend of medical science with technology has made every pain curable. The most common treatment of the lower back pain is as under:

  • The patient is advised to rest and not to bend too much.
  • She/he is also suggested to apply heat/ice packs on a regular basis.
  • Depending upon the pain, medication is given.
  • Physiotherapy is one of the best treatments a patient suffering from this pain can get.

Even after all these kinds of medications the pain persists, upon the doctor`s instructions, the patient may have to undergo operation or surgery to permanently eradicate the cause of pain in the lower back part of the body.

Knee Pain

A knee is where the joint and knee cap meets. Knee pain is a common problem that can occur to anybody of any age group. Generally, a knee pain is caused because of a tear in the ligament in the joint or a sudden pull of the cartilage of the knee. Excessive folding of the leg in one position can also cause a temporary knee pain which goes off as soon as the leg experiences some movement.

How to detect knee pain?

There are different kinds of knee problems that could lead to a pain in the knee. So, it is very important to clearly identify why the pain is caused so that it can be diagnosed at the right time. Knee pain that require immediate treatment gives the following symptoms:

  • The person finds it difficult to walk for a long time.
  • The patient is not able to bend the knee normally.
  • Swelling in the knee.
  • The patient faces difficulty in extending the leg normally due to pain in the knee.
How the doctors diagnose this pain?
  • Medicines are given before proceeding any further into any other kind of medication. This is the first try doctors do to
  • If the pain does not subside through medicines, injections are given.
  • If the cause seems severe, physiotherapy is advised to the patients.
  • Exercises and acupressure are suggested if the pain is short term and can be treated without any medication.
  • If all the above medications show little effect, surgery or knee replacement is the last resort that the doctors take.

Shoulder Pain

A shoulder is one of the strongest parts externally but internally it is quite sensitive. A small injury or hit on the shoulder can result in temporary short term shoulder pain or long term permanent pain in the shoulder. It is usually caused due to an injury on the joint of the shoulder. A pain in the shoulder is also caused due to a tear of the ligament or the menisci of the shoulder.

How to know when to consult a doctor?

Sometimes, a hard hit on the shoulder can also cause a pain in the shoulder but this kind of pain is temporary and will fade off on its own or by taking a pain killer. But, if the following symptoms are seen, consult a doctor as soon as possible:

  • Swelling in the joints.
  • Redness and numbness in the shoulder parts.
  • Difficulty in moving the arm and hand freely.

Shoulder pain occurs because of:

  • Strain on that part
  • Excess use of only one part (e.g. hanging a heavy bag on one shoulder)
  • Instability in the joint
  • Dis location of bones
  • Pinched nerves
  • Fractures
How is it diagnosed?

Once a shoulder pain is reported to the doctor, the right cause of the pain is diagnosed by:

  • The first step is when the doctor asks you questions about possible symptoms and he checks on possible causes of this pain.
  • To be sure of the cause of the pain, the doctor suggest X-Ray.
  • MRI is also a part of diagnosis.
  • In rare cases, blood test can also be a part of diagnosis.

Ancle and Foot Pain

Ankle and foot pain is a kind of pain or discomfort caused in the parts of foot and ankle. The most common cause of this pain is due to a sprain in that part of the leg. Most of these pains are temporary but if the pain lasts longer than 2 weeks, a doctor`s advice is always suggested. Ankle and foot pain is not caused to everybody in general and is most common among people above the age of 40.

Causes of the pain in ankle and foot

Every problem has a cause. The most common causes of ankle and foot pain are as follows:

  • Arthritis
  • Damage in the nerve - usually is temporary
  • Blood vessels blockage
  • Due to some kind of infections
  • Excessive strain on the foot and ankle (Like sometimes the pain among women is because of wearing heels for a long time)
Home remedies for this pain

Mostly this pain is found in people who are aging. For such people usually, the pain is going to last for a lifetime. Therefore, the best home remedies to keep this pain in control are:

  • Rest: do not over stress the leg. Keep resting on regular intervals.
  • Apply ice packs on a daily basis.
  • It is advised to wrap up the ankle and foot part with bandage every day for some time, mostly in the night to give it comfort.
  • Sometimes, providing the foot with some kind of elevation also helps to get a relief from pain.
  • Physio therapy and acupuncture are also suggested by all doctors.

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