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Feet in the human beings are subject to physical stress and pressure, be it walking on bad roads, climbing steps, standing in Ques, running, exercising or playing sports. This can render the tendons and muscles in the foot vulnerable to injuries. If you only deal with the signs and symptoms but not the underlying problems, your feet will eventually keep getting worse. The pain caused by foot injuries is often recurrent if not treated properly. Usually, the problem in question is that your shoes don't fit right or that you were born with certain foot problems. Other factors have also come into play, for instance putting on extra weight as you age can add a tremendous amount of pressure to your feet. Regardless of why your feet are hurt, here are some ways that you can adopt to prevent foot pain. 1. Measure Your Feet Shoes that are too tight can make your feet hurt even more. Measure your feet for you when you are standing. It would be great if you do this every time you want to buy a new pair of shoes. Some other ways that you get the right fit are for instance, try on the shoes when your feet are at their largest - swelling, fit shoes to your largest foot if you have one foot bigger than the other, and make sure that there is at least a half-inch between your longest toe and the end of the shoe. 2. Make Your Exercise Interesting If your feet hurts because you give them a regular pounding every time you take a brisk walk, change your routine. For instance, alternate between weight-bearing activities such as running and non-weight-bearing activities such as cycling. 3. Modify Your Stretch Times The Achilles tendon stretches can help alleviate heel pain when it strikes, but you should also do them routinely. Be sure to stretch before and after exercising. Also, stretch before going to sleep and before getting out of bed in the morning. Though you might think your legs and feet are relaxed at night, most people sleep with their feet pointed keeping the Achilles tight all night long. Therefore, just by stretching before you rise, you can get your feet off to a good start. 4. Switch To Running Or Walking Shoes If your foot's natural padding has eroded over time, wear sneakers. They have extra cushioning in the heel, which will make up for your reduced, natural fat pads. 5.If you find your joints are stiff or inflamed, then be sure to take necessary rest and stay off your feet until they feel better. Periods of regular rest are essential to your feet's well being. 6. Lose some weight if you are carrying extra poundage. Any extra weight adds both stress to weight-bearing joints and can also initiate the development of future foot problems. Think of this as being a longer term project i.e. that you don`t have to lose all the weight at once. Any excess weight you can lose will have a corresponding benefit for your long suffering feet! 7. Remember to exercise on a regular basis. Aim to stay active and flexible. Walking, swimming and yoga are excellent activities and will assist in promoting superb foot health. 8. Concentrate on developing and maintaining a good posture. This will keep your body weight even distributed over each foot. 9. Maintain a healthy diet - this will assist enormously in promoting long term foot health and a sense of general well being 10. Avoid a stressful lifestyle - stress can sometimes exacerbate an existing arthritic condition. 11. Avoid smoking, and excesses of caffeine and alcohol, protein and fat. 12. Above all, maintain regular communication with your doctor and notify of any changes in the condition of your feet. Tips to Protect Your Feet When Wearing High Heels It's ok to wear high heels. In fact, shoes with at least an inch heel are recommended for individuals with flatfeet, tight calves and arch pain. But, once the height of the heel exceeds 1.5", the amount of force transferred to the ball of the foot increases substantially. 1. For everyday wear, wear 1- 1.5 inch heels. Higher heels can be worn occasionally for events. 2. Wear different heel heights each day. Alternating heel heights helps reduce problems with the Achilles tendon. 3. Choose wider heels. A wider heel distributes the weight on your foot more evenly, thus will give you better balance and helps relieve some pressure. 4. High heeled sandals with back straps, preferably thicker ones. The more support you have, the better the balance. 5. Make sure the shoe fits well.If you have to over-tighten a strap because your foot is sliding out of the shoe, then the shoes are too big. If your toes are cramped in the shoe before standing and walking, the shoes are too small. 6. Make sure the foot fits well in the heel area. In high heels, the foot will slide forward. The greater the heel height, the greater chance for the foot to slide forward. A shoe with a more narrow heel will offer a better fit at the heel. This adds stability and helps to prevent the foot from sliding forward. 7. Avoid high heeled shoes with a steep slope. Some high heels have a sharp drop from the heel to the toe area. The steeper this slope, the less contact with the arch and the less stability and support. The more gradual the slope, the better the fit. 8. Massage your foot after a day or evening in high heels. For arch pain, roll your foot over a frozen sports water bottle. 9. Stretch both your foot and your calf after wearing high heels. To stretch the arch, rest your foot on the opposite knee and pull the toes back. 10. Wear low heeled shoes around the house. Change shoes when you arrive home and spend the evening without heels on. This will allow your foot to adapt to the flat surface and help keep your calf stretched out. 11. Try insoles in your high heels. Research has shown that shoe inserts designed for high heeled shoes improve comfort and decrease force and pressure on the ball of the foot. While a full-shoe insert can help, if you have pain in the ball of the foot -- or you'll be standing in your heels a long time -- invest in silicone metatarsal pads. They do a super job of shock absorption 12. Footrest is designed to keep your feet supported and comfortable. Footrests acts as a gentle reminder to sit all the way back in your chair. 13. Use metatarsal pads under the ball of the foot. Place a thin pad in the shoe, at the area under the ball of the foot to add cushion and shock absorption. 14. Don't ignore foot problems. If foot pain starts to develop, seek medical attention immediately. 15. Don't ignore pain. Painful feet are not normal. Many foot conditions can be cured if you visit a Physiotherapist as early as possible. Common Foot Injuries: Let us look at some of the most common foot injuries a foot develops that leads to pain. • Plantar Fasciitis • Heel Spurs • Metatarsalgia • Achilles Tendinitis The aching pain caused in the foot due to the above disorders can be intolerable and can affect your routines pretty severely. First and foremost, see your physiotherapist and explain your case to him. A physiotherapist would help in diagnosing the pain’s cause and suggest the apt treatment and rehabilitation procedure.
Pain in the lower back or low back pain is a common concern, affecting up to 90% of people at some point in their lifetime. Up to 50% will have more than one episode. Low back pain is not a specific disease. Rather, it is a symptom that may occur from a variety of different processes. In up to 85% of people with low back pain, despite a thorough medical examination, no specific cause of the pain can be identified. Back pain can have many underlying reasons, but often no specific cause will be found and the pain will stop. We try to touch on many of the causes of back pain and proper evaluation and diagnosis. Please make sure to discuss your individual symptoms as well as the suggested treatments with us to determine the appropriate diagnostic and treatment plan for your circumstances. • Low back pain is second only to the common cold as a cause of lost days at work. It is also one of the most common reasons to visit a doctor's office or a hospital's emergency department. • Doctors usually refer to back pain as acute if it has been present for less than a month and chronic if it lasts for a longer period of time. Causes Back pain is a symptom. Common causes of back pain involve disease or injury to the muscles, bones, and/or nerves of the spine • (a nerve is directly irritated), often due to a herniation (or bulging) of the disc between the lower back bones. • Herniated discs are produced as the spinal discs degenerate or grow thinner. The jellylike central portion of the disc bulges out of the central cavity and pushes against a nerve root. • Spondylosis occurs as intervertebral discs lose moisture and volume with age, which decreases the disc height. • spinal-canal narrowing (spinal stenosis • Osteoporosis , degeneration of the bones • Poor postures while sitting, Standing etc • Work related repeated Symptoms Pain in the lumbosacral area (lower part of the back) is the primary symptom of low back pain. • The pain may radiate down the front, side, or back of your leg, or it may be confined to the low back. • The pain may become worse with activity. • Occasionally, the pain may be worse at night or with prolonged sitting such as on a long car trip. • You may have numbness or weakness in the part of the leg that receives its nerve supply from a compressed nerve. *This can cause an inability to plantar flex the foot. This means you would be unable to stand on your toes or bring your foot downward. This occurs when the first sacral nerve is compressed or injured. * Another example would be the inability to raise your big toe upward. This results when the fifth lumbar nerve is compromised. Tips for preventing back strain • Don't lift by bending over. Lift an object by bending your knees and squatting to pick up the object. Keep your back straight and hold the object close to your body. Avoid twisting your body while lifting. • Push rather than pull when you must move heavy objects. • If you must sit at your desk or at the wheel of a car or truck for long hours, break up the time with stops to stretch. • Wear flat shoes or shoes with low heels (1 inch or lower). • Exercise regularly. An inactive lifestyle contributes to low back pain. • Sit in chairs with straight backs or low-back support. Keep your knees a little higher than your hips. Adjust the seat or use a low stool to prop your feet on. Turn by moving your whole body rather than by twisting at your waist. • When driving, sit straight and move the seat forward. This helps you not lean forward to reach the controls. You may want to put a small pillow or rolled towel behind your lower back if you must drive or sit for a long time. • The best way to sleep is on your side with your knees bent. You may put a pillow under your head to support your neck. You may also put a pillow between your knees. • If you sleep on your back, put pillows under your knees and a small pillow under your lower back. Don't sleep on your stomach unless you put a pillow under your hips. • Use a firm mattress. Use a firm mattresses for back pain in India, if your mattress is too soft, use a board of 1/2-inch plywood under the mattress to add support. .Some specific exercises can help your back. One is to gently stretch your back muscles. Lie on your back with your knees bent and slowly raise your left knee to your chest. Press your lower back against the floor. Hold for 5 seconds. Relax and repeat the exercise with your right knee. Do 10 of these exercises for each leg, switching legs. While some exercises are specific for your back, it's also important to stay active in general. Swimming and walking are good exercises to improve your overall fitness. Home Remedies If you're not experiencing any of the above symptoms, there are several things you can do at home to help soothe your sore back: Bed Rest Isn't Best. Going about your normal, everyday activities—but perhaps at a slower pace, and definitely avoiding what may have caused your pain in the first place—is a good way to start the healing process. A little "couch time" won't hurt, but light activity speeds recovery, so avoiding lying down for long periods of time. Hot And Cold. Heat and cold, in the form of a hot bath or hot and cold compresses, can help relieve sore and inflamed muscles and tissue. Remember—cold comes first! Wrap an ice pack (or a bag of frozen vegetables) in a thin cloth to avoid frostbite, and apply to the affected area for up to 20 minutes several times a day. Ice slows inflammation and swelling, numbs tissue and slows nerve impulses to the injured area. Once the acute pain and muscle spasms subside (about 48 hours after the first onset of pain is recommended), you can apply heat—to loosen muscle tightness - by taking a warm bath or using a heating pad, heat pack or heat lamp. Pain Relief In A Pill. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory can ease pain, swelling and stiffness. Support Yourself. If you must sit or stand for long periods of time, consider using a brace or corset. Worn properly, they can relieve pain and provide warmth, comfort and support. But, don't rely on this type of external support too long—allowing it to perform your muscles' job will eventually weaken them, making re-injury easier. If your back pain hasn't improved noticeably after 72 hours of self-care, contact your health care provider. Modalities These methods are called passive therapies, or modalities. They are done to the patient and not by the patient. There are other modalities that are commonly used. Heat and ice packs are a well-known form of passive physiotherapy. They can be used separately, or they can be used alternately by a person who is suffering from acute lower back pain.
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