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Pain in knee and lower legs
Pain in knee and lower legs. Doctor suggests physiotherapy. What exercise consists in physiotherapy for legs.।
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First we need to identify and diagnose the knee pain correctly . Take precautions biomechanocal postural correction as per lifestyle and strengthening exercises  targeting specific knee muscles  to be done .
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call me for a teleconsultation through a video call
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avoid sitting cross-legged for long durations
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Calf  stretching exercise. Towel roll press exercise. Avoid long standing
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You should find out the root cause for your pain. How long do you have this pain?
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You need to consult a Physiotherapist either in person or through video call for further evaluation and treatment.
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Until the exact reason of pain is recognised, alternate hot and cold water compression.
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get it checked
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First identify the lifestyle and activities that are giving you pain and modify them such that the body doesn't feel irritable. it will be related majorly to sitting habits and environment.
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frequent breaks, appropriate footwear, stretching exercises
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we can do a teleconsultation if you want
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What kind of pain is in lower leg? Because sometimes the pain in leg is because of nerve from back if that so then exercises were different otherwise for knee pain there strengthening exercise for knee joint muscles and patellar mobilisation is required...
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Consult for detailed assessment and treatment program.
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We have certain protocols to follow. First a proper Assessment to be done to diagnose what kind of problem or injury. There are many causes for knee pain or calf pain or leg pain. Without doing assessment or special test or diagnosis its not advisable to prescribe Exercise. 2. Leg pain can have causes that aren't due to underlying disease. Examples include heavy physical activity, lack of activity, prolonged standing, injuries, sprains or strains. So according to your life style we need to plan your Exercise workout.
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please visit nearby Physiotherapy centres for proper diagnosis.
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maintain Proper weight, Regular ergonomics. If anything you can ask advice from online experts.
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First need to do proper assessment and find out the root cause. Then only we can suggest exercises. There can be different reasons of leg pain and knee pain. Need to know proper history as well.
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visit to nearest physiotherapy clinic or consult online session with physiotherapist.
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