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Mild sciatica usually goes away over time but if you have any concerns contact our orthopaedic surgeon Dr Suresh Bansal. Sciatica refers to pain that radiates along the path of the sciatic nerve, which branches from your lower back through your hips and buttocks and down each leg. Typically, sciatica affects only one side of your body. Call our sciatica specialist Dr Suresh Bansal 9811062832. If self-care measures fail to ease your symptoms, if your pain lasts longer than a week, if pain is severe or becomes progressively worse. Get immediate medical care by contacting back pain sciatica specialist orthopaedic Dr Suresh Bansal 9811062832: You have sudden, severe pain in your low back or leg and numbness or muscle weakness in your leg, The pain follows a violent injury, such as a traffic accident, You have trouble controlling your bowels or bladder, Loss of feeling in the affected leg. Contact back pain sciatica specialist orthopaedic Dr Suresh Bansal 9811062832 COMPLICATIONS Although most people recover fully from sciatica, often without treatment, sciatica can potentially cause permanent nerve damage. About our sciatica specialist and orthopedician Dr SURESH BANSAL (9811062832) Pioneers in non-surgical recovery with 35 + years of experience in existence Thousands of patients treated for without surgery http://bansalglobalhospital.com/sciatica-backpain-orthopaedic/
SCIATICA: MYTHS AND FACTS
SCIATICA: MYTHS AND FACTS!! by Dr Suresh Bansal How do I know it’s Sciatica? Pain that spreads out from your lower spine to the buttock and makes way to the back of the leg is the hallmark of Sciatica. A certain discomfort is felt almost everywhere along the nerve pathway affected by it. The back of the thigh and calf are the worst affected areas in terms of pain. The pain can vary though. It can be a mild ache to a sharp burning sensation leading to excruciating pain. At time, it can feel like a jolt or electric shock. Coughing and sneezing can worsen the condition and prolonged sitting can aggravate the symptoms. Some people also experience numbness, tingling, or muscle weakness in the affected leg or foot. You can also have pain in one part of the leg while numbness in another part. If in doubt, contact our Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr Suresh Bansal at 9811062832 or come to us at Bansal Global Hospital in Delhi for sciatica treatment. When to consult an ORTHOPEDICAIN? Cases of Mild Sciatica usually go away over time. You should consult your doctor at the earliest of self-care measures fail to ease your pain. You can wait for a week before taking professional help but don’t try too many things without proper consultation. However, get immediate help if: The pain is followed by a violent injury, such as a traffic or domestic accident which directly hit the area. It’s affecting your bowel or bladder movements terribly or abnormally. Risk Factors: Age: Age-related changes in the spine, such as herniated disks and bone spurs are the most common causes of sciatica. Obesity: Excess body weight can increase the stress on the spine and contribute to the spinal changes that trigger sciatica. Occupation: A job or regular activities that requires you to twist your back, carry heavy loads, or drive a motor vehicle for long periods might also play a significant role in causing Sciatica. Prolonged sitting: People who have to sit for prolonged periods or have a sedentary lifestyle are more likely to develop sciatica than active people. Diabetes: Diabetes doesn’t directly motivate the symptoms but the way a diabetic body uses blood sugar, increases the risk of nerve damage which ultimately leads to Sciatica. Complications With the help of professionals, Sciatica is fully curable. Though in a few complicated cases, it may lead to permanent nerve damage. If taken proper care and medication as per expert recommendation, one can fight Sciatica within a few weeks. For more information, book an appointment with our orthopaedic expert at the Bansal Global Hospital
Understanding the effect of UV rays on your eyes Sunlight, even though considered healthy for reasons more than one, can be really harmful if taken in excess. This is mainly because of the UV rays it imparts. So what are UV rays and how can it affect one of the most sensitive organs of our body? The sun’s ultra violet radiation is popularly known as UV rays. It can gradually cause many eye related problems, and unfortunately a few of them can permanently damage your eyes. To count a few, it can be one of the causes which eventually lead to cataract, low eye sight, eye infections, cancer, and even blindness. There are two types of UV rays. UV-A, hurts your central vision by damaging the macula. On the other hand, UV-B is much more dangerous and makes the eyes prone to cataracts and other harmful diseases. So, it is important to learn the implications for a better precautionary attitude towards sunlight. While, the fresh sunlight at dawn is a good source of Vitamin D, spending too many hours in the sun without protecting your eyes can be really damaging. So, next time you feel itching in your eyes or any other constant problem, do not ignore it. For once gone, one cannot retrieve the precious organ. Don’t ever delay your trip to the ophthalmologist. To book an appointment with our in-house eye specialist, please click here. Address: Bansal Global Hospital C-10 Ramgarh, , Near Jahangirpuri Metro Station, Delhi, 110033 Bansal Fracture, Gynae and Kids Clinic, E-1086 Saraswati Vihar, Pitampura, Delhi 110034 Neo Kidz Clinic, C-38 Raj Nagar, Pitampura, Delhi 110034 Tel: 9911062832 Dr Suresh Bansal – Specialist Orthopedic Surgeon Dr Bimla Bansal – Obstetrics and Gynaecology Dr Neha Bansal – Child Specialist
SCIATICA: MYTHS AND FACTS
SCIATICA: MYTHS AND FACTS!! by Dr Suresh Bansal To describe in a few words, Sciatica is a medical condition which shows symptoms of leg pain. The origin of the pain is generally from the lower back which travels through the buttocks to sciatic nerve in the back of the leg(s). Going by probability of such cases, it normally affects only one side of the body. One of the most common causes of Sciatica in today’s world is when a herniated disk presses on the lumbar or sacral nerve roots. This leads to inflammation, pain and is often followed by a brief numbness in the affected leg. Another reason includes the overgrowth of bone (bone spur) on vertebrae. The pain associated with sciatica can be severe but in most cases it doesn’t require any kind surgical operation. It resolves within a few weeks of expert medical supervision. Patients who suffer from severe sciatica that’s associated with significant leg weakness, bowel or bladder changes, etc. might need to undergo a surgery. contd..... If you experience pain, it’s time you consult an expert. Our orthopaedic expert Dr. Suresh Bansal studies the case from the scratch and recommends a treatment line that best suits individual cases.
Radiating pain can be a p
Radiating pain can be a part of ageing. As we age, joint spaces in vertebrae start reducing and surface area of vertebral bone increases to compensate for increased stress. New bone start to grow around the bone and some time it compresses the nerves which cause numbness and pain in leg. It can be controlled through medications and light exercises. However surgery may be required in some cases.
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