Muscle Fever

Muscle fever or delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is the stiffness and pain felt in the muscle after unaccustomed or strenuous exercise. The soreness lasts for about 72 hours and continued exercise may temporarily suppress the soreness.

Muscle fever or delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is the stiffness and pain felt in the muscle after unaccustomed or strenuous exercise. The soreness lasts for about 72 hours and continued exercise may temporarily suppress the soreness. ... More

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Right side leg back pain

In morning after wakeup...right side back pain heavy fr last couple of yrs... also to much car drivig

Knee joint hectic pain

Ostrophenia completely in the bed from 8 months hectic knee joint pain I am taking ayurvedic treatement, recently came to know about matrix rhythm therapy. So I want to discuss with physiotherapist.

Snapping hip

I am suffering from snapping hip (right it's more n left it is less ) from past 10 months. I took manual n clinical physiotherapy for some days. But till now It's not cured. Please tell me is it curable or not? What I have to do overcome this?

Hesterectomy

Hi!! I have recently gone through hesterectomy so can u please suggest me for exercise. When i can start my gym???

Upper back pain

I have upper body back pain since 4 month ago...pain is too much when am waking at morning and than pain is less with respect to time...bt now a days pain is too much..pain is more when am bending position like on bike riding and studying ...what kind of home. Remedy should I take...n when I move my hand pain is little bit comes...so plz help me out..thx...

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