Physiotherapy is the process of restoring functionality to a site of the body that has been subject to surgical procedures due to certain conditions. It consists of both physical and occupational therapy. It prescribes a series of strengthening and maintaining exercises to a recovering patient for a fixed amount of time to aid in recovery and restore normal form and function.
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I have neck spasm and difficulty in walking. Please help.
Query: Hello, I weigh 39 kg and I am 31 years old. I have lost two kilograms in the last two months. I am having spasm in the neck since 2 months. It started when I had sudden sneezing and was not able to move the neck soon after that. Neck movements got restricted. I consulted a doctor and took tablet... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Whole event started with a sneezing after which you developed muscular spasm in the neck. You took pregabalin for neuropathic pain but due to its side effect you discontinued. After that you had physiotherapy and developed other neurological symptoms and you... Read Full »
How to cure a thumb that is swollen after a fall?
Query: Hi doctor, Last week, I fell and jammed my thumb into the floor. It instantly hurt and I knew I had sprained or jammed something. The next day, my palm and the thumb muscle were swollen with a painful lump. I could not grab or hold anything, but I can move it around. So, I know it did not break. It ... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. As you described that you can move it around, but is not bending properly that is there reduce range of movement at interphalangeal joint. Hopefully, there is no major fracture. But, there could be some soft tissue injury or ligament injury or may be some small hair... Read Full »