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Is there any home remedies or any alternate treatment for knee injury and back pain ?

Hi ..... please help !!!! I am 23 old female I have been suffering from knee injury as in my knee would kind of shift and then come back to its position. Over a period of 6-7 years I have had three such major episodes .i underwent physiotherapy after each of them. However the last and the most I recent one I neglected and didn’t take much care the pain aggravated now after 6 months I am undergoing physiotherapy its been around three weeks . I went to several doctors most of them advised a surgery which includes the process of introducing a ligament ACLT . i am not sure as to what to do??? Also for the past four days I have been suffering from severe back pain in my lower back. It is becoming difficult to sleep also. I want to if this could be because of the physiotherapy I am undergoing for my back ??? When I had gone to the doctor regarding this I was just given some pain killers and advised strict bed rest. I also want to add for the past 3 weeks I had also been undergoing treatment for uti and vaginal infection however the treatment of antibiotics ended last week. I AM SICK OF MEDICATION AND TAKING ANTIBIOTICS ALL THE TIME. I FEEL DROWSY AND UNWELL ALL THE TIME.PLEASE SUGGEST ANY HOME REMIDIES OR ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT LIKE MASSAGES EXCERCISES WHICH DOESNT INVOLVE ME TAKING MEDICATION.WHAT TO DO I AM VERY TROUBLED !!!!
Asked On : Fri, 8 Jul 2011
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Thanks for query,
I think you have got laxed knee joint giving rise to locking of joint often.
There is only one option and that is surgery.
in this case physiotherapy wont give much help.
Consult orthopedics and seek his advice.
Meanwhile you do Patellar exercise daily.
ok and bye.
Answered: Fri, 8 Jul 2011
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