My mother cant walk properly when she wake up until 1 hour and she has a lot of pain in her ankle as while she walking feels so much pain. Is there problem with her veins as veins counldnt get enough blood or smething else
Plz provide some medicins or injection which can cure permanent paain plz help plz
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After woke up your mother having pain is due to inflammation it is called early morning stiffness .it may be plantar fasciitis or calcanel spur.better consult Physiotherapist to diagnose the problem...
Core Strengthening Exercise- Straight Leg Raised With Toes Turned Outward, repeat 10 times, twice a day.
Hams Stretching- lie straight, take the leg up, pull the feet towards yourself, with a elastic tube or normal belt. repeat 10 times, twice a day.
Quadriceps Exercises- Lie straight, make a towel role and put it under the knee, press the keen against the role, hold it for 20 secs. Repeat 20 times twice a day. This will help relieve some pain.
As you explained that she bis not able to walk for 1 hour, and if the n she feels better it seems to be the pain of Plantarfascitis which is the pain due to the inflammation of a cushion like shock absorbing structure of our heels . it first creates pain in the heel and then travels to the back of stretching. when person starts walking after any kind of rest(prolonged siiting or lying), he / she feels pain at the back of ankle and heel.
Go to a physiotherapist and take the treament.Ultrasonic therapy helps in decreasing the pain and healing of plantarfascia inflamed,Wax therapy increases blood circulation and helps in relieving pain,stretching will increase the range of motion and relaxation.Exercises will increase the muscle strength.Do it for at least 2 weeks.You will get the relief for sure.
At home:- do hot water fomentation twice a day,DO frequent movements of the ankle and foot front and back, rotate the ankles clockwise andanticlockwise at every 2v hours, dont stand too much, use soft footwear and cushion in the footwear. avoid cold exposure....Thanks
I am concerned about her as she is very young to have this problem
According to limited symptoms that you have described I feel she could be suffering from one of the following
So I feel she should consult a Orthopaedic doctor in your area and he may be able to rule out by doing xrays and some tests to find out the issue and get her alright
I, do understand the concern about your mother , but the problem is the pain that you describe mostly results in Osteoarthritis (which gets stiff joint for 1-2 hours) .
the question that you asked is that problem with the vein. that is not the cause unless you can also notice swelling at your foot. / leg area.
better to get examined at nearest hospital so that exact diagnosis can be established and treatments can be worked upon.
Consult rheumatologist / orthopedic ASAP. and formulate the diagnosis prior taking any treatment
DO NOT DELAY AND FOLLOW ADVISES WITHOUT KNOWING THE CAUSE / DIAGNOSIS the condition can worsen further. STAY HEALTHY
Kindly ask her what kind of pain she has like sharp or dull. Secondly try alternate hot and cold bath for both ankles for 15 min. for a week and advice her to wear ankle binder the time she is out of bed. If still symptoms persists go for prompt physiotherapy nearby.
Ankle pain can be because of many reasons... The kind of pain you explain seems to be originating from bones or joint rather than from veins or muscles.... Please visit an orthopaedic consultant near your area as this requires further clinical evaluation....
Suspected this is Nearly to Menopausal state..so there is lots of metabolic and hormonal changes will happen. Or any DVT/Varicose issue..or Bone mineral deficiency...So let's have proper diagnosis through orthopedist or physiotherapist...All the best.
She could possibly have some vitamin/calcium or monograph deficiencies.
Advice you to consult a GP or orthopedic for diagnostic tests
Ensure to improve/ maintain her activity status in the long term.
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