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Back Arm Stretches
Whenever I do stretches such as elbow bridges or back bends I get weird discomfort in my left arm ?
Evaluation: This is hard to say without Moore information and an exam. Sounds like you are straining something that bothers you. I suggest an exam by your pcp ...Read more
"infection in the back of the eye" probably refers to a bacterial infection internally within the eye, as opposed to an external infection such as "pink eye". This is also known as enophthalmitis. It can happen after penetrating eye trauma, after eye surgery, or even spread from infection within the body through the blood. Treatment is with internally injected ...Read more
What type of stretches can I do for rib, neck, back and arms as a goalkeeper after returning from injury.
see your doctor: Your athletic trainer should guide your return to play exercises, to include stretches and intensity, it is very different for different injuries and level of injuries, if you have a physical therapist , they can help, if no athletic trainer, have your doc refer to a sportsmedicine doctor in your community. ...Read more
Constant neck shoulder back pain numb arms stiffness for 6 months. Ive changed pillow mattress I do yoga and stretches no help. Is it bad posture?
Is not bad posture: you should have CT oh head and spine to find cause of problem ...Read more
A few things: Depending where your back pain is and how it goes down your arm it is likely muscular or related to your nerves. Sometimes muscles spasms can appear like nerve pain and be very severe and shoot into areas of the body. Pain from your neck radiating down your arm in specific patterns could be concerning for nerve root compression in your neck. It is worth getting evaluated and maybe getting an mr. ...Read more
Pain: Could by a severe strain or a partial or fully torn rotator cuff. It could be a nerve related problem. You need to be seen by your primary care doctor to have further evaluation. Are you trying nsaids for this problem on a scheduled basis. And it also depends how long you have had this problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Try meds, exercise: If mild, try gentle stretching and aerobic exercise. Also try over the counter medication like acetaminophen, Ibuprofen or naproxen. Heat or cold packs may help. If these fail or things worsen see your primary doctor for further assessment, treatment or referral to a physical therapist or specialist. ...Read more
It depends: Depends on where the pinched nerves are, whether at the level of the shoulder, the elbow, or the wrist - and also on the cause of the symptoms. Often overuse injuries will inflame musculature that can result in nerve symptoms, which improve with braces, physical therapy, icing and nsaid's. But first you need a clear diagnosis. Discuss this with your doctor. ...Read more
Be seen: An orthopedic surgeon can potentially correct this, but it would involve re-breaking the arm and re-casting it to straighten it out. ...Read more
Perhaps: The phlebitis caused by the IV is a local irritation of the vein due to the IV catheter, fluid type placed into the iv, and length of time the IV was present. This phlebitis can get infected and travel up the vein. Taking the IV out is the first step, and use heat, and tincture of time for resolution. Another IV is another site can result in another phlebitis, so pay attention to the causes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had two lymphnodes removed under my arm which came back normal, what’s the chances i will have swelling under my arm :( ?
Keratosis pilaris: Keratosis pilaris (kp) is a very common skin disorder seen in many people of all ages. It is a benign condition that presents as numerous small, rough, red, or tan bumps primarily around hair follicles on the upper arms, legs, buttocks, and sometimes cheeks. Kp creates a "goose bumps, " "gooseflesh, " or "chicken skin" appearance on the skin. Use cerave sal which is otc. ...Read more
Fingertips twisting outwards, lower back pain into front of both thighs and knees, shooting pains upper back & pain down shoulders, arms wrists, hands?
Back/neck pain: If you have arthritis in the low back, then you likely have arthritis in the neck too. The nerve pain can be relieved with neuropathic pain medications. Anti-inflammatory and muscle relaxer medications can relieve the pain related to the joints, tendons and muscles of the spine. Stretching exercises, physical therapy and transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation may help too. ...Read more
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