Pain in the foot Treatment

Shin splints or medial tibial stress syndrome is the pain in the shins. The pain is due to strenuous activity which exerts excess pressure on the lower leg or excess impact on the muscles. Signs and symptoms of shin splints include pain along the inner part of lower leg, tenderness or soreness along the inner part of lower leg, numbness and weakness in the feet.

Shin splints or medial tibial stress syndrome is the pain in the shins. The pain is due to strenuous activity which exerts excess pressure on the lower leg or excess impact on the muscles. Signs and symptoms of shin splints include pain along the inn ... More

Health Q&A
Groin Injury

I have been exercising regularly.However whenever I play football I get a groin pull each time.Should I visit and consult a physio or try home exercise.

Cubitus vulgus

I have my medical scheduled after 20 days are there any exercises to counter carrying angle. I have bilateral cubitus vulgus. So recommend exercises.

Knee Injury

I have partial acl tear & meniscus tear. Can i go to gym to strenght my legs? Is there any problem?

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...

Anterior pelvic tilt

I am having back pain since a couple of months but i was diagnosed with hyperlordosis a few years back. I go to the gym, lift heavy weights, i am a certified trainer and there is nothing wrong with the form and technique. Can the anterior pelvic tilt be reversed ? If yes what are the exercises and stretches ? I can't stop going to the gyn and just cannot stop lifting weights. So please consider the facts and reply. Thank you

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New Cure for All Types of Pain

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