Instructions :

Instruction for patient suffering from back pain

  • Lie on bed until pain subsides.
  • While doing any type of work, the backbone should be kept straight.
  • After the pain has subsided try getting out of bed either from the left or right side.
  • Sitting on stool is prohibited.
  • Have meals using dining table only.
  • Never try operating a tubewell.
  • Should avoid the use of foam mattresses.
  • Stand while cooking.
  • Do not seat for a long time on any place. Try moving around in between.
  • Try sitting by putting one leg on top of the other.
  • While sitting the knee level should always be higher then waist level.
  • Do not lie flat on your chest.
  • While picking up things, try sitting down in a straight position and only then pick things up.
  • Have shower bath or sit straight while having a bath.
  • No exercise should be done when in pain.
  • Try losing weight.
  • While climbing stairs climb slowly keeping the back bone straight.
  • Any type of massaging should be avoided.

Limitations for patients suffering from gout

  • Any type of liquors, big fish, red meat, banana-flower, green jackfruit, black berry, spinach, tomato, thick dal, paneer, curd. Drink plenty of water

Instruction for patient suffering from neck pain

  • Do all types of work by keeping the neck straight.
  • Try getting up from bed from either right or left side.
  • No exercises should be done when in pain.
  • Prefer front seat ride.
  • Stand while cooking.
  • Never try operating a tube well.
  • Any type of massaging should be avoided.
  • Always sleep on hard mattress and avoid using pillow.

Advice for patient suffering from shoulder joint paint (Frozen Shoulder)

  • Affected limb should be keep in a resting posture without heavy work
  • Do Exercise regularly
  • Start physiotherapy as advised by your doctor.
  • Hot formentation may be done if required.
  • Any kind of injection should be administrator after consulting your doctor.

Advice for patient suffering from heel pain

  • Affected heel should be keep in resting position
  • If required cold compress may be done on the heel.
  • Streatching exercise for leg should be started and leg should be placed on pillow.
  • Do no walk on bare foot.
  • Try losing weight.
  • Take medicines as advised by your doctor.
  • Start physiotherapy as advised by your doctor.
  • Use soft cushioned heel foot wear.
  • Do not use high heel shoes.

Instruction for plastered or operated patients.

  • Injured part of the body (hand or leg) should be kept elevated.
  • Fingers of the injured part should be moved at least five times in an hour.
  • If there is intense pain in the injured part or fingers cannot be moved or there is inflammation or unnatural bony movements, seek medical help immediately.
  • Care should be taken that the plastered part does not get wet.
  • If there is itching inside the plaster never insert any sharp object inside the plaster to lessen the itching.
  • Contact after...............days.........week or..........months.

Instructions for Post-operated patients and patients whose plaster have been removed.

  • There may be slight swelling / inflammation around the injured part. Do not panic keep the injured part in a raised position.
  • In case of immense pain, immense inflammation or unnatural bony movements, seek for medical help immediately.
  • Apply contrast bath.
  • Any type of massaging should be avoided.
  • Try to move the joints as much as you can do yourself.
  • Use a crutch / stick for support and do movements as advised
  • Keep the crepe bandage over the injured area all the time except during bathing, having meals and while in rest.
Instruction for patients suffering from Knee joint pain
  • Do knee joint exercises for 5 minutes every hour.
  • Knee bending is restricted, use commode.
  • Have meals using the dinning table only.
  • Have shower bath or sit straight while having a bath.
  • Sitting on the floor is not advisable.
  • Massaging is not advisable.
Advice for patient suffering from Osteosporasis
  • Do not carry weight and lean forward
  • Use proper shoe, do not use high heels.
  • Use walking sticks for support.
  • Start exercise (e.g. Walking, Cycling etc.)
  • Take medicines as advised by your doctor.
  • Nutrients like calcium rich food should taken daily (milk, curd, fruits, soyabean etc.)
  • Consult your doctor at regular intervals with BMD.
Advice for patient suffering from Tennis Elbow
  • Keep the affected limb on a resting position.
  • Heavy house hold chares like squeezing wet cloths, cooking should be stopped till the pain is over.
  • Generally exercise is not recommended.
  • Start physiotherapy as advised by your doctor.
  • Do not message on the affected part.
Smoking Is Prohibited.
Stop Worrying Unnecessarily.
Any type of massage or any types of hot fomentation are highly dangerous.
Put ice on the injured area and contact the doctor immediately.
Plaster / immobilisation is also done for soft tissue & ligamentus injury.

  • The treatment is an effort in good faith and best of knowledge of the Doctor Trying for relief of the patient. It's not a guarantee for cure.

  • If you are not satisfied, tell me I am your best friend to help you out.

  • The treatment in orthopaedics and Rehabilitation may lead to following and other complications which has been explained, for example, * Anaesthetic Hazards * Embolism * Malunion * Nonunion *Satiffness of the joint * Restriction of Motion * Chronic Pain * Infection * Metal Failure * AVN * Instability * Deformity * Refacture * DVT * Metal Reaction * Neuro Vascular Complications * Drug Reaction * Compartmental Syndrome * Dislocation * Migration or Cutout of implant * Bed Sore etc.

  • In case of emergency or any problem consult your treating doctor or nearest possible institution at the earliest.

  • A regular follow up and proper compliance of instructions are mandatory for betteroutcome of treatment and results.
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