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Permanent relief from polio

My mom is a polio victim from the age of 4 but she can walk without any trouble. her age at today is 52 years. from almost 1 year she get a very hard pain in his TAALU( sorry i dont know english word it means paav kia nichla hissa) whenever she wake up after sleeping and for some time she takes suuport from wall to walk. her leg's portion AROUND ANKLE gets swell (suzan) and lots of pain. we go to many doctor but each nd every gave him VITAMIN PILL AND PAIN KILLer. but how can we get permanent relief from this because pain killer is not the right solution. plz. help me
Asked On : Wed, 10 Mar 2010
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  Anonymous's Response

I would recommend a good massage therapy and it will surely help her raher than thos electric treatments. Human touch in a massage is a good solution for many neurological issues I guess.

Answered: Sat, 13 Mar 2010
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Thanks for your reply sir.  My mom dips his legs in medium hot water every evening but its doesn't help very much. Sir  where can I get good massage therepy. can it be done by expeienced DAI?

Answered: Sat, 13 Mar 2010
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