Exercise program kyphosis

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Avatar n tn Hi! Usually, after any back surgery, it takes about 3-4 months for the pain to reduce considerably. Meanwhile you will need to religiously do the physiotherapy as advised. This will help strengthen the back muscles and help hold the spine well in place. If you need pain medication every couple of hours, ask your doctor to give a longer acting one. If the pain persists even after 3-4 months, then you may need further follow-up to find the cause. Please also discuss with your doctor. Take care!
Avatar m tn I have had the following tests ekg electrocardiogram CBC blood test upper gastro endoscopy Doppler ultra sound of legs Ultrasound of abdomen chest x ray abnormal x ray Checked blood glucose levels Cholesterol checked ct scan head/without contrast scoliosis xray blood test to rule out clots Here is what was found so far The found a DDD in my thoracic spine also my c spine has something called kyphosis And the doctor says i have carpal tunnel in both wrists I know this is a long post but i
Avatar n tn I have had extensive physiotherapy and followed a comprehensive home exercise program however i continue to have significant stiffness (less than 30degrees rotation) and limited extension.
Avatar f tn The pharmacologic approach to osteoporosis should be supplemented by regular weight-bearing exercise, including walking and you are definitely not too old to engage in a regular exercise program. If your doctor doesn’t deem the osteoporosis worthy of treatment, you should consult with another doctor. By taking this action, you may well be able to spare yourself the grief and suffering of a fractured hip, in the years to come.
Avatar f tn All of my symtpoms, all put together lead me to know/think of Multiple Sclerosis with cervical kyphosis causing nerve related issuse but I need to rule out non-hodgkens lymphoma or sebacceous gland carcinoma or Muir Turr Syndrome-Cancer...I have never had an MRI done, the one of all tests. I never had LDH (representing cancer or tissue damage) levels checked-of all labs. I have never had a spinal tap, of all tests.
Avatar f tn Basically I have an autoimmune disease. Current diagnosis are Fibromyalgia, Lupus, Low back injury, Cervical kyphosis, Serioous GI problems/damage, possible diverticulitis, chronic constipation with intermittent diarrhea.
Avatar n tn Osteophyte formation at C5/6 with disc degeneration. Foramina stenosis on the left side. Kyphosis of the C spine is also noted. ( I have pain radiating to the arm from this ) Question reg. C Spine: Could all my other issues be caused by this neck problem? And COULD the situation - according to your epxeriences -possibly stabilize so that I can avoid surgery ?
541465 tn?1219431486 they say it makes you crave sugar and most people gain the weight because they werent eating right before they started the program, and the done makes you crave sugar. I need an answer from someone who is actually in the program. I dont want to hear he said she saids... i need the truth. I spent 600 dollars on a personal trainer last month and lost 15 pounds and 6% body fat... i dont want that to come back.
748543 tn?1463449675 Ever wonder why your chiropractic adjustments don't hold for long? Of course we can exercise and be mindful of our posture. However long-term we see that this conflict will have its say. In my experience, examining both symptomatic and asymptomatic patients of my practice, I have found most often that even in asymptomatic patients the area of conflict lies within the spine; namely the cervical area. So the price for accommodation to the poor bite is most often paid for by our neck.
Avatar n tn He had nothing to offer except a membership in their wellness program which is not covered by insurance but is very affordable. He sent a form to the local neurologist a couple of days ago to get clearance. Hopefully, this will help me attain my goals of trying to correct my posture, losing a little weight, and building my spinal muscles. I apologize for the length of this post. Writing is therapy, you know. Anyway, you are probably wondering where this is all leading.
356518 tn?1322267242 My therapist finally broke through to me recently and helped me realize that in order to get my life in balance I needed to address my pain issues and if that meant being on a PM program to have better quality of life then so be it. And that I needed to get over my anxiety of "being a PM patient". I finally went in a spilled my guts to my PCP, which was REALLY HARD. I told him about my daily pain that I was hiding. I told him everything through tears. He was so kind.
Avatar n tn Being ignorant of the nature of bulging discs, I thought this was the end of it and began a rigorous daily exercise schedule--felt great! 2 weeks ago, was doing a new exercise: lying flat on my back, lifting 5 lb weights straight up. No problem--until the next day. Severe pain in my right chest area directly under breast. (this was where my most severe pain was when I had this problem back in December.
Avatar n tn I believe that a good diet with regular exercise such as yoga, aerobics, and light resistance training should take care of most problems. You can do this in conjunction with chiropractic or physical therapy.
Avatar n tn - In terms of treatment, I've seen two orthopedic surgeons, two chiropractors, PT clinic, exercise physiologists. I get a lot of assumptions that I'm talking about a lower back problem/sciatica which is complete wrong. I did have sciatica which a little bit of PT cleared up. - I've been on NSAIDs (ibuprofen and naproxen), muscle relaxers, antibiotics, neurontin, percocet, vicodin.
Avatar f tn I had lost 50lb's before the accident then put back on 30lb's pretty depressing, so I really am looking forward to get back to my exercise program. I have a GREAT PS and he is one of the best in my area, plus I know of other people who had him, and they don't even feel thier pain no more. That one felt great after her 2 weeks so I am really BLESSED in having him. He is Dr.Rahn from Northeastern,Indiana.
Avatar n tn I believe even if u cant do all the things i mentioned then start with the positive thinking( believing dat it will go away) and stop smoking. if u can increase ur water intake and exercise a bit go ahead and then for the more determined regulate what u put into ur body. give it a try and get back to me with what u've observed i honestly believe that if u try these things i've mentioned u'll notice a difference. it worked 4 me.
Avatar n tn I am average weight (135) and 5'8 and walk daily for exercise. I'm sure my exercise could stand to be increased but with the pain I get distracted and irritated and seem to end my walks earlier than I would like. Has anyone ever experienced this type of progressive deterioration following a cervical spinal fusion?
551343 tn?1506834118 or FIBRO when they dont have answers, but you have to look outside the box, and write down your symptoms and then compare them with fibro/ms/me. Dont forget exercise is good for someone with fibro. Exercise is bad for someone with ME it takes them longer to recover and that is what causes the fatique Usually people with MS get tired with exercise but recover quickly with rest. You have to believe in yourself.