My daughter start complaining knee pain at night from last fifteen days so we go to our pediatric doctor he suggests some test
Which comes as Hb 13.3
Vitamin d 10.5
Otherwise she is fine walk normally no pain after pressing
So he suggests vitamin d pouch once daily for 10 days
Is this is very serious problem
And when she can attain normal vitamin d in her body with suggested treatment
I have got partial MCL and ACL tear in my knee which happened during a football match. Incident happened in July 2016 and i have undergone physiotherapy sessions for 20 days. According to my MRI impression which is given below is it possible for me to run or get back to my sports after strengthening my muscles or is surgery needed in my case? On random basis i sometimes feel no strength in my leg or knee. I have skipped physio session for 2 months and then continued.
My MRI impression says
1 ) partial tear of proximal fibers of medial collateral ligament with wavy contour of fibers, however most of the fibers are intact.
2) partial tear of postero-inferior tibial attachment fibers of anterior cruciate ligament, however most of fibers are intact.
Please suggest appropriate solutions.
Thanks in advance.
My mother slipped from staircase(around 5 steps) around one month back.Since then she is having severe pain in both the thighs.She has taken ayurveda message 5 days course & she got some relief but not upto the mark.From last 3 days she is going to physiotherapy(applying hot plates) but still problem remains the same.She is able to walk properly with no pain but not able to bend her legs or sit with folded legs.Even if she could sit but not able to get up without support, it pains a lot.Her age is 60, weight is 45 kgs & height is 5 feet.Kindly suggest.
I am 17 year old and my height is 5,6. so now how to increase my height
i am hear about hgh hormone and what type of hgh i need
I wish to know weather there are any long term side effects to bodybuilding.
Weight training for about an hour at the gym, 6 days a week.
I do take Whey protien as a supplement and try to keep my protien intake maintained with 4 whole eggs daily and white meat twice a week.
Injuries aside, are there any other problems which I am likely to face as I age (45+)?
For instance, muscle and joint pain, heart problems or any other type of cardiac issues.
What will be the case when I continue my routine as it is now in future and when I stop training after some years or so?