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FAQs on Knee Arthritis

If you are overdoing certain exercises, you must stop doing that immediately. This may put additional strain on your knee joints. Although everyone with osteoarthritis is different, deep squats, lunges, and any movement that pounds on the joint tend to aggravate it.

While there is no quick fix, a few lifestyle changes can help alleviate pain and possibly slow the progression of arthritis.

  • Consuming Whole Foods
  • Plant-Based Anti-Inflammatory Diet
  • Low-Heeled Footwear
  • Shoe Inserts
  • Regular Exercise
  • Adjusting Workouts and Daily Activities.

Walking is an excellent choice for many patients with knee arthritis because it is a low-impact activity that does not place undue strain on the joints. Walking can also help to increase the range of motion in the knee and keep it from becoming too stiff.

There are numerous signs and symptoms of knee arthritis:

  • Noises such as creaking, clicking, grinding, or snapping (crepitus).
  • Walking is difficult.
  • Joint pain that changes (improves or deteriorates) depending on the weather.
  • Stiffness of the joints.
  • The knee is buckling.
  • Pain in the knee joint that progresses slowly or pain that occurs suddenly.

To get a detailed description of symptoms, consult our Enliven Spinal Wellness team today.

No, unfortunately, it has no cure. But the good news is that with advanced treatments through our Spinal Wellness Program like EMRT, it can be controlled and retrieved.

Exercises for Knee Osteoarthritis

  1. Static Quadriceps exercises.
  2. Calf Stretch
  3. Straight Leg Raise
  4. Quards drills exercise
  5. Seated Hip March
  6. Pillow Squeeze
  7. Heel Press
  8. Side Leg Raise

 

To know more about the right kind of exercises for your knee issue and the way to perform them, get in touch with our specialist team.

FAQs on Spondylosis

Spondylitis is caused by an inflammatory condition of the joint, which leads to arthritis. Spondylosis refers to the general wear and tear of the vertebral joints, which results in the disc and joint degeneration.

While spondylosis symptoms can last for several months or become severe, conservative treatments have a high success rate. In fact, the majority of patients can find relief from pain and other symptoms without undergoing surgery. You can also opt for our Spinal Wellness program and receive a well-guided treatment course with our latest EMRT equipment and Spinal Decompression Therapy. These processes are minimally invasive and involve zero surgical procedures.

The primary cause is aging, but how aging affects your spine can result in other changes and problems. Spondylosis is a cascade disease, which means that one anatomical change leads to more degeneration and changes in the structures of your spine. A combination of these changes causes spondylosis and its symptoms.

To relieve the pain and stiffness caused by lumbar spondylosis, your spine specialist may recommend three stretches and exercises: pelvic tilt, knee lifts, and curl-ups. To know more about apt exercises that suit your actual medical condition, consult our team of professional physical therapists at Enliven Orthos and Spinal Wellness Center.

FAQs on Back Pain

Sprains and strains are the most common causes of back pain. Lifting something too weightful can injure muscles, tendons, or ligaments.

Sneezing, coughing, twisting, or bending over can all cause back strain.

Most people’s back pain goes away in a week or two, but if your pain is chronic or long-term, you should visit a spine specialist at Enliven Orthos and Spinal Wellness Center.

  • Continue to Move – When you’re in pain, you might not feel like it, but it is important to.
  • Strengthen and stretch – Physiotherapy treatments and strengthening and stretching exercises can help a lot. Strong muscles, particularly those in your abdominal core, aid in supporting your back.
  • Maintain Proper Posture.
  • Keep a Healthy Weight.
  • Attempt Ice and Heat Therapy

At Spinal Wellness, we offer you best-in-class treatment that is utterly customized, detail-oriented, and advanced, led by highly-skilled spine doctors and physical therapists. As we are equipped with modern equipments of EMRT and Decompression therapies, we promise to relieve you of the pain with long-term effects.