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Increasing knee pain, back pain, can't stand too long. MRI normal. Treatment ?

Hello Doctor, My wife age is 34, she is knee pain from past 7 years and slowly its increasing and now it lot of pain, we got MRI done to see any issue with bone but nothing was found, also she became mother during this period and we could not give any other medicine due to pregnency, now the delivery they gave injection in back since it was sigerin delivery, now she has both Knee and back pain , she can not stand long and the is always there.. what treatment to be given... she is house wife and do the day to day task and take care of child.
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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First thing you need to understand is that due to recent pregnency all the muscles becomes weak. specially of lower limb and back. so you need to giver her appropriate rest as stress or exercises can exeggarate the conditions. Just go for hot fomentations to back and knee. after getting some relief from pain just start spinal extension exercises for back muscle strengthening and isometric exercises for knee by putting a roll of towel under knee and pressing the knee and stretching the toe in the direction of your head.

All the Best and wishes for quick recovery

Dr. Udyan Bhatnagar
Answered: Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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