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Home Remedies For Musculoskeletal Problems
Depends on cause: Try saline nasal rinses , along with drinking hot fluids...And even the "breathe right" nasal strips. Some people find find breathing in steam from a pot of hot water works(be careful not to burn yourself over the stove). ...Read more
Yes: Arthritis home remedies include diet, exercise, heat therapy, ice, hot tub, massage, etc some of the remedies under investigation at the national center for complementary and alternative medicine website include psychological therapies, meditation, tai chi, fish oil, gamalinoleic acid, thunder god vine a chinese herb, etc these are being evaluated and some may be shown to be good remedies. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which conditions?: The answer is probably yes, but i can not say more without knowing what conditions, as there are many different types of vascular conditions, such as atherosclerosis, blood clots, bleeding problems, varicose veins, vasospasm etc. The remedies depend on what specific vascular condition you are talking about... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not as good but....: Exercise, bracing, and splinting can help. Warmth (warm water) gives relief. Immobility stiffens. Otc aleve, (naproxen) Motrin will help. Capsaicin creams will alleviate pain over knne, hands, ankles, and feet. Weight loss is important for weight bearing joint pain, back-knee, hips, feet. ...Read more
Cranberry juice/tabs: Spontaneous resolution of a bladder infection can occur. You should drink lots of fluids to flush your urologic system, drink carnberry juice or take cranberry tablets. You may take over the counter bladder analgesics such as azo. However if your symptoms persisted or got worse see your medical provider immediately. ...Read more
None: There are all sorts of old wives tale remedies out there for gallbladder pain, but science shows that once a patient has symptoms from gallstones, these symptoms are very likely to recur until the gallbladder is removed. Delaying surgery makes surgery more difficult and risks/complications higher. Stones leaving the gallbladder don't just cause pain. They can damage pancreas and cause infection. ...Read more
Reflux: Reflux of stomach contents (acid) is usually due to incompetent valve or hiatal hernia. It is aggravated by position (lying down), spicy foods and obesity. Treatment includes mediating above factors. Ginger and antacids can help. Then is meds like ppi which shut off acid. If meds fail, then surgery including fundoplication can help - usually has very good outcomes. Speak to your physician. ...Read more
Uva Ursi: Once abnormal bacteria have established in the urinary system, the best remedy is oral antibiotics. Home preventatives may include increasing water intake and pure cranberry supplement. Evidence exists that the herb Uva Ursi (oral preparation) helps prevent the bacteria E. Coli (a very common urine pathogen) from adhering to the bladder wall, preventing infection. ...Read more
Herb: ? "good home remedy for fibromyalgia (FM) pain". Pain, the premiere symptom of FM, causes major functional changes & interference w. activities of daily living. Best home remedy for FM pain is Cannabis indica, which can be prepared at low temperature in edible butter whereat the THC component remains inactivated & non-psychotropic. A topical lotion created from cannabis & vegetable oil ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What kind of problem: There are many different types of kidney problems- inflammation, infections, stones etc., so which remedy is best depends on the nature of the problem. For example, cordyceps can help some types of kidney failure. Golden coin grass can help dissolve kidney stones. For info on general tonic herbs for the kidneys see http://www.Naturalnews.Com/027211_tea_green_herbs.Html. ...Read more
Whatever works: Tablespoon of apple vinegar daily.....Get a more detailed answer ›
Gastritis: First, avoid foods that exacerbate symptoms: fats, fried foods, spicy foods, caffeine/pop, medications like nsaids. Tums, (calcium carbonate) etc or sodium bicarbonate may help relieve symptoms. Otc acid blockers are available, but if you need one of those, you should be evaluated by a doc to determine the cause & optimal treatment. ...Read more
Are you serious?: There are no specific issues related to work for those doctors. What would possess you to ask? ...Read more
No: Anaesthetists can order a full compliment of tests as any other physician. There are no specific tests that they personally conduct. ...Read more
Many approaches: There are many alternative approaches including bodywork (chiropractic/osteopathic/massage), acupuncture, frequency specific microcurrent, prolotherapy/prolozone, vitamins/minerals/amino acids & other supplements, herbal medicines, homeopathy, biofeedback, yoga, chi gong & relaxation techniques. Whatever modality, it is best to find the underlying cause & contributing factors & address those issues. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Orthopaedic hand doc: You are best served seeing a hand specialist for this problem. Hand surgeons may have general, orthopaedic or plastic surgery training. I recommend that you find a board certified hand surgeon with a certificate of additional qualification (caq) in hand surgery. If your hand surgeon is also an orthopaedic surgeon, it's an added bonus. Of course, I am biased! ...Read more
I have musculoskeletal problems in my hand, can you tell me what caused this and..What treatmnent there is ?
Need more info: Not without more information. If you are currently experiencing problems, the best thing to do is to see a physician so he or she can physically examine your hand and help you solve the problem. Common problems would include arthritis or carpal tunnel syndrome, but there are more unusual or severe problems as well. Treatment will depend on the exact diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if I have musculoskeletal problems in my hand, can you tell me what caused this and..What treatmnent there is ?
I am in absolute agony & having very severe pain & stiffness in my neck and , and i get intermittent dizziness. I suffer from musculoskeletal problems?
I have questions about the long term impact on quality of life and musculoskeletal problems after 1st rib resection and stent placement.
Excellent questions: First go back and bring your list of questions to the Cardio Thoracic surgeon and surgical team and who operated on you.And or the Cardiologist who will continue to monitor and follow you. They know your particular case well and have examined you. They should be able to answer many of your questions. Good luck! ...Read more
How do I fix musculoskeletal problems from constant panic attacks, stress, and anxiety? Also years of computer work, lack of stretching and exercise.
Treat the anxiety: Anxiety can present with feelings of stress and tension. Musculoskeletal pain and tenderness and other physical symptoms may accompany anxiety. Getting treated for the anxiety therefore helps to alleviate associated physical symptoms. Adding some physical workouts also helps the anxiety. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Neck and back pain month now. Aleve, (naproxen) medrol, and heat haven't helped. Doc says musculoskeltal and no need for imaging. Advice on homeopathic remedy?
Shampoos: Your best methods at home are: -wash your hair daily. Most people who wash their hair everyday have a lot less dandruff than people who wash less often -use over the counter anti-dandruff shampoos. Pick up two different types, put both in the shower, and from day to day switch between them. ...Read more
Maalox tums (calcium carbonate): depend what gastric problem you have if it is a burning pain worst while you are hungry it could be an ulcer if it is pain worst after you eat could be a list of thing from gallbladder problem to gastritis if you are simply nauseated with or without diarrhea you could be having gastritis either way stay hydrated eat chicken soup and saltine drink ginger ale no improvement see a docotr ...Read more
See Sinus Survival: That book is the best reference. Avoid dairy, wheat, sugar. Be sure you are getting enough vit d. The herbs thyme, clove, oregano, ginger, and rosemary are all helpful in food. Vitmain c with bioflavanoids inhibit histamine which is an aggravating factor. Xylitol nasal spray can be helpful. ...Read more
Alopecia?: There is a condition called alopecia which causes the hair to fall out. This is different from male pattern baldness which is genetic and not a disorder. It can be in patches or the entire body. A dermatologist can tell you if you have alopecia (an autoimmune disorder) and treat it. Peace and good health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: As long as you dont need depens (penicillamine) and your legs still work, resting, use of a hot pad that won't burn, nonsteroidals, and waiting for a week or so before spending unneccesary money on useless tests such as xrays mri's and nerve conduction tests.---and I do these tests in the office, as well as nerve blocks. After the back is better, start on williams exercises to prevent further attacks, but go slo. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My skin is thick and dark near lateral mallecous..any home remedies for treatment? If not other way?
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