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Back and hand pain. History of polio. How to lessen pain?

Hi, my mother is polio patent since she was 8 and now she is 64, from past 2 years she is suffering from pain in her back and also on left hand which is not going even after consulting many doctors and pain killers also we have undergone treatment on aurveda. As I Was going thorugh this web site i can understand polio cant be completely cured, but is there a way to have at lest pain less life.. Please help Regards Manjunath
Asked On : Sat, 17 Nov 2012
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Hi manjunath thanks for the query
From the complaints you had described back and hand pain could be related to wear and tear changes. Back pain occurs if any of the lower limb is affected by polio which results in abnormal forces over the back bone. Regarding the hand pain I would like see an x ray and comment. Some form of physical therapy and back support an aid to relive pain. If you can provide with some X-rays and regarding the which part of the body has the polio we could suggest you some alternatives.
Answered: Sat, 24 Nov 2012
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