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Back pain due to weak nerves, yoga and stretch exercises - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you
User :   Hello
User :   Could you pls give me information about how to make the nerves to be stronger
Doctor :   can you explain in detail
User :   bcoz my mom has neck pain and doctor said that her nerve is weak.
User :   she is regularly wearing the collar belt.
User :   and often she says that her left hand, leg pains lot.
User :   and also pain in her left eye
User :   at present she is taking some injection prescribed by the doctor.
User :   So is there any supplement to overcome this problem.
Doctor :   The supplements are there
Doctor :   but most important is the physical exercise and the regualar follow ups that she should undergo
User :   ok
Doctor :   what are teh meidcines she is using now
User :   At present she is using Shelcal-M and some Nerojen capsules daily once in night
Doctor :   they are the one supplemeents
Doctor :   that she has to take
Doctor :   but apart from these the exercises
Doctor :   and the pain therapy should should take from the physiotherapist
User :   Doctor what kind of exercise can she do, bcoz once the X-ray report said that the disc has been moved slightly itseems.
Doctor :   otherwise tit si going to be more severe
Doctor :   the exercises are demonstrtaqed by the physiotherapist
Doctor :   they are graded
Doctor :   first for pain and then for the strenthening of muscles
Doctor :   Pl confirm the details
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User :   ya correct
Doctor :   did you understand what i say
User :   ya
Doctor :   so please approach
Doctor :   a physio
User :   ok
Doctor :   before the pain
Doctor :   continuew for long
User :   ok
Doctor :   Is there any thing else that I could help you with?
User :   ya
User :   i am working in signalling company
User :   i regularly use computers and in night time i get more pain in my fingers and shoulder.
User :   How can i overcome this, bcoz some times i experience even the numbness in fingers.
Doctor :   yes using computer
Doctor :   irregularly without following ergonomics
Doctor :   lead to such problme
Doctor :   during the pain episodes you can take a pain killer
Doctor :   but that is not a long term solution
Doctor :   you have to follow some stretch exercises
Doctor :   even at the desk
User :   ok Doctor
User :   doctor is it true that if we work continuously on desk or stomach will bulge.
Doctor :   I shall send you the doc on the exercises to be done
Doctor :   yes
User :   so how can i reduce that bulging
Doctor :   one should have exercise in the morning and also at the exercisess
Doctor :   it also increases the risk
Doctor :   for diabetes, heart disease
Doctor :   too
Doctor :   but can be avoided by these regualr modifications
User :   so can we go to GYM
User :   Doctor can i go to GYM or for any yoga classes.
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   you can go to gym
Doctor :   or yoga
Doctor :   Yoga is preferablke
User :   doctor drinking too much of Nescafe coffee wil cause any harm to body.
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