asked by r jain
on 3 November 2010 16:22
I AM HAVING PAIN IN MY BOTH KNEE.CAN WALK UPTO 1/2 KM IN WALKING SOME VOICE IS THERE .DR. ADVICE THAT GRACE IS FINESHED IN BOTH KNEE .DR. TOLD FOR SURGERY.IF THERE IS ANY HERBS OR MEDICNE PL.ADIVICE . MY EMAIL email@example.com phone. 0294 25######.
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Doctor's Ayurvedic Advice:-
In defence during routine medical check up, they do not go for the knee examination. But you can consult the physician on this issue and find a solution.
It seems to be meniscal tear of your knee which is causing you this issue. It is to confirm the meniscal tear that doctor has asked for MRI and Xrays. Here you can foolow both allopathic and ayurvedic treatment.
It shall be noted that onl based on the extend of meniscal tear can treatment be opted out. You have to basically follow RICE which is Rest, Ice packs, Compression and elevation.
Here i shall suggest you medicines as an initial line of treatment.
Punarnavadi kashayam tab - This tab shall be taken at a dosage of 2 three times a day an hour before food.
Dressing knee with oils such as Murivenna and Narayana thaila.
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posted by Dr.Sony
on 21 March 2014 12:02
With the information provided, an injury has occured in the knee while doing long jump. The knee joint has complex structures around like meniscus, ligaments, tendons and the bones or muscles would also have been affected. A tear in the tendon or ligament will take time to heal. As the pain has not responded, it is necessary to do the investigations as it gives a better understanding of the problem which helps to decide the treatmnent.
Medicines like MahaRasnadi Kadha, Divya MahaYograj guggulu, Dhanvantaram thailam are effective. If you have not tried Ayurvedic medicines, you can try this for two weeks. Based on the response you can do the investigations advised by your doctor. Panchakarma treatments like oil massages, pizhichal, fomentation helps to reduce the pain which you can try later to strengthen the knee. Take enough rest and avoid straining the knee.
Yes, they will check the extremities in your medical examination. As it is a temporary problem, you may not be considered as not eligible, but you will have to find out from them. It varies in each case. Generally, Ayurvedic medicine responds very well to
the pain after injuries, so use it for two weeks and please let me know.
As the pain started when you were practising long jump, some sprain might have happened to your knees. Knee joint is vulnerable to a variety of injuries like sprain, fracture, ligament tear and even dislocation. In many cases, more than one structure is involved. Pain and swelling are the most common symptoms. Some times it may lock up making the person difficult to stand or move.
Usually in allopathic medicine, knee injuries are treated with simple measures like immobilisation of the joint and by giving non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs to reduce swelling. Later mobility is regained by physiotherapy.
Knee sprain occurs when any ligament in your knee is suddenly stretched or torn. You may need to take an x-ray or MRI for a definite diagnosis as these test will show pictures of bones and soft tissues inside your joint. So it is better to do MRI and get it diagnosed.
During the selection process into the defence , definitely they will make you to undergo a full body check up.so it is better to get it corrected before that.
You can consume our Package Medicine which contains internal medications as well as medicines to apply externally. These medicines repair your muscles around the knee and make them strong. Along with this, you give slight movements to the joint, but don’t strain yourself much. Follow a healthy diet pattern and lifestyle.
posted by Dr.Vijay
on 14 March 2014 22:44
I have been facing knee problem to the right leg and sometimes it pains
to the left side below knee. Doctor had given me medicine for 2 months
but it did not work. He recommended me to go for "MRI" but yet I haven't
gone through it because of financial problem. It happened to me when
I was practicing for long jump. When I go through medical checkup
in defence field then, *Do they check this kind of problem as well ?
*Please answer this question I am concerned about medical checkup.
posted by Guest on 8 March 2014 17:39
Due to inadequate synovial fluid in joints, there may be wear and tear in joints due to friction in between joints and there may be symptoms of osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is a joint disorder that affects joints and mainly knee joints due to pressure effects and due to gravitational forces.
Depending up on age factors that may affect your system and lead to arthritis and you can consume ayurvedic medicines, herbal medicines, and follow combined therapies that include external and internal therapies and examples are yoga and naturopathy, and other Indian system of medicines.
You can apply medicated oil to maintain joint flexibility and stability, you can ask her to apply some medicate oils such as Divya Pidantak taila followed by mild fomentation with cloth soaked in hot water and Rheumartho Gold
Panchakarma treatment is helpful such as Janu basti, and local massage also helpful.
Follow balanced diet, which is very important.
If surgery is indicated in priority base, then you can proceed accordingly with doctor.
For more details, you can contact us.
posted by Dr.Vijay
on 4 November 2010 10:59
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