Hi, I am a 20 year old male that has been experiencing some sort of handtremors for about a year ... family history of tremors this came out of nowhere, i just want my hands to be normal. Any suggestions ...
joint of left hand (wrist, elbow , shoulder) has spasm ,which is chief cause of tremors. pls help .... but still facing minor tremors in left hand. fine movement of left hand each fingeres is shaky ...
Hello, I am concerned about handtremors, cognitive decline, increased fatigue and weakness in my ... at previous test. Has been on Atripla since December 2011. Was wondering what might be possible causes ...
Hi , iam male age 34. I have problem with my right hand and due to this iam not able to write properly and ny hand is shaking when i feel bit tention. When went for MRI i got below results. 1. cervical ...
hi! i am 24 years old female and i've been experiencing handtremor since my teen years up to now. My activities of daily living is being affected.
Yours is a genetic and constitutional problem. It can be cured with Homoeopathy. Or something happened to you psychologically at your teens. Give me the detailed case, I can suggest Homoeopathic curative remedy for you. If interested, get back to me. I can even send to you a case taking format on request:
Dr C. J. Varghese,
Hi i have a herniateddisc at L5-S1, it is currently impinging my sciatic nerve causing numbness down my leg, to my toes. What is the best treatment for this ?
Hi. He treatment depends upon the amount of pressure as seen on MRI, physical signs of weakness, severity of pain and associated findings. If the Medicines , rest, physiotherapy do not help to alleviate the symptoms and sighs , better to go for surgery.
What is the difference between disc degeneration and herniateddisc?
hi. A very good question .
The disc is a rounded structure placed in between two vertebrae. This acts as a shock-absorber of the spine.It has it a outer lining to keep in place the jelly like real working material.
When this outer lining ruptures and gives way to the internal material, it is called herniation. When the whole thing looses its structure but still in place- is called degeneration.
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