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  1. Harsha
    December 15, 2016

    Weight loss remedy is good for all? Because my weight is already below the average.

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    • liveadmin
      December 19, 2016

      It was not for all.It is for fat people.You may try other remedies.

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  2. scarlett Jolie
    January 10, 2017

    What are the treatments for upper and middle back pain?

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    • liveadmin
      January 24, 2017

      You can try these remedies, you can do yoga too

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  3. Kunal
    January 11, 2017

    I am 28 years old. Six months ago I started having severe cramps in my left leg and back, which kept me in bed for one whole weeks. Eventually the cramps disappeared but I was left with constant numbness and tingling in my left calf and foot. X-rays confirmed a problem with my sciatic nerve. Can you tell me what to do to relieve the constant ache and numbness in my calf and foot? Also, my lower back has been weak and I am unable to resume a regular exercise program. Can i still play basketball?

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    • liveadmin
      January 24, 2017

      Based on your description, it is possible that you have a pinched nerve (nerve compression). Conservative treatment will consist of physiotherapy and pain-killers. Exercises that strengthen your abdominal and lower back muscles are helpful. You can still play basketball, but you should stop if it causes you pain or do it in moderation. If your symptoms persist, you should consult a doctor. Further investigations such MRI scans may help elucidate the condition.

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  4. Benedict Peng
    January 11, 2017

    Dear Sir, my colleague is 56 years old and she is suffering from severe back pain for the past 3 years. According to her MRI report, there is a bruised on her spine from C2 to C7, and damage on the spinal cord. She had consulted the local doctors, and took pills regularly. She also tried massaging and physiotherapy, but it didn’t help.

    Should my colleague go for a surgery? Is it safe to have a surgery at the age of 56? Kindly advise.

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    • liveadmin
      January 24, 2017

      It is difficult to determine if your colleague needs surgery based on MRI report alone. Based on the report, if there is spinal cord damage, she should be seen by a Spine Specialist to check her signs and symptoms and interpret her MRI scans accordingly. If she requires surgery, the specialist will be able to advise. Before proceeding with surgery, investigations will be performed to determine if she is fit for operation.

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  5. liveadmin
    January 17, 2017

    That’s true Aaliya Smith it’s better for us to go in the natural way rather than trying and moving to unconventional methods.

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  6. george
    January 25, 2017

    I have tried some remedies like ice pack and yoga,it gives me a good result.Thanks for the article.

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