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سٹروک فالج ایک اچانک سے ہو جانے والی دماغی بیماری ھے  جس میں یا تو دماغ کی شریان اچانک سے بند ہو جاتی ھے( اسکیمک سٹروک )...

سٹروک فالج ایک اچانک سے ہو جانے والی دماغی بیماری ھے جس میں یا تو دماغ کی شریان اچانک سے بند ہو جاتی ھے( اسکیمک سٹروک ) یا دماغ کی شریان پھٹ جاتی ھے (برین ھیمرج/ ھیمریجک سٹروک ) ۔۔

پوری دنیا میں ہر سال 16 ملین لوگ سٹروک کا شکار ہوتے ہیں ان میں سے 6 ملین لوگ زندگی کی بازی ہار جاتے ہیں اور 6 ملین لوگ سٹروک کی وجہ سے معذوری کی زندگی گزارنے پر مجبور ہو جاتے ہیں ۔

پوری دنیا میں ہر 2 سیکنڈ کے بعد ایک سٹروک فالج کا مریض ایمرجنسی میں رپورٹ کرتا ہے اور ھر 6 سیکنڈ کے بعد ایک سٹروک فالج کا مریض اللہ کو پیارا ہوجاتا ہے ۔

پاکستان میں ہر سال محتاط اندازے کے مطابق 350000 افراد ہر سال سٹروک فالج کا شکار ہوتے ہیں ۔

پوری دنیا میں سٹروک فالج موت کی دوسری بڑی وجہ ہے۔

یاد رکھئے ۔
فالج ھر 6 میں سے ایک فرد کو متاثر کرتا ہے ۔
فالج کسی بھی شخص کو زندگی کے کسی بھی حصے میں متاثر کر سکتا ہے ۔
اور مردوں اور عورتوں کو یکساں متاثر کر سکتا ہے ۔
اس کی بڑی وجہ
بلڈ پریشر
چکنائی کا استعمال
دل کی بیماریاں
سہل پسند زندگی
ایکسرسائز کا نہ کرنا ہے ۔ ہماری غذا میں برگر اور جنک فوڈ کا استہمال بھی اس کی بڑی وجہ ہے۔

یاد رکھئے
فالج 80 فیصد لوگوں میں قابل بچاؤ ہے۔

Dr Muhammad Adnan Aslam Neurologist.


فالج کے بعد ہونے والی جسمانی معذوری جس میں پٹھوں کا بے جان ہو جانا اور چلنے پھرنے سے معذور ہو جانا اور بول و براز پہ اختیار باقی نہ رہنا ۔۔۔ یہ سب 80 سے 100 فیصد تک ریکوری ممکن ہے اگر بروقت اور روٹین میں فزیوتھراپی کروائ جائے۔

باقاعدہ اور روٹین فزیوتھراپی سے فالج سے ہونے والی پیچیدگی کو بچایا جا سکتا ہے اور مریض کو محتاجی سے بچایا جا سکتا ہے۔

اپنے آس پاس اور اعزہ و اقارب میں موجود فالج کے مریضوں کو اپنے قریبی فزیوتھراپسٹ سے رجوع کروائیں اور عمر بھر کی معذوری سے بچائیں ۔




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✅ بغیر ادویات،سرجری اور کسی سائیڈایفیکٹ کے درد کا علاج
✅ جدید ٹیکنالوجی
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Normal and abnormal end feel

Ilio tibial band syndrome

Ilio tibial band syndrome


POSTERIOR PELVIS LINKS⠀[FASCIAL ANATOMY & OSTEOPATHIC LINKS]⠀The posterior pelvis is a unique area in that it shows the ...



The posterior pelvis is a unique area in that it shows the direct relationships between ligaments and muscles in function.

Fascia connects everything in the body. Specifically, the collagen tubules that make up one structure are often the same tubules that make up another.

Even though man has given names to "separate" or organize ligaments from muscles, they are virtually the same continuous tissues on a micro level.

In the first picture, the relationships are indicated by numbers (blue colored):
1 Biceps Femoris links to the
2 Sacrotuberous Ligament (Pic 1/2/3/4)
3 Gluteus Maximus links to the
1 Inferior Dorsal Sacral Ligaments - Bichat‘s ligament (Pic 1/3/4/5)
5 Latissimus Dorsi links to the
6 Superior Dorsal Sacral Ligaments - Iliotransversosacral (Pic 1/4/6)
7 Quadratus Lumborum links to the
8 Iliolumbar Ligaments (Pic 1/7/8)
9 Sacrospinous Ligament links to the
10 Piriformis (Pic 9/10)

The sharing of fiber directions is what establishes these "fiber pairs". These relationships are responsible for creating tensional stability in the pelvis and sacrum and for linking limbs to the trunk. ⠀
The black arrows in Pic 1 represent the lines of force that are created and balanced by the tissues.

It's all connected! 🌐

Picture credit: Anatomy Links


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Correct body postures for different exercises



⬛What is pelvic floor dysfunction, and how common is it?When the pelvic floor muscles are weak or malfunctioning, they l...

⬛What is pelvic floor dysfunction, and how common is it?

When the pelvic floor muscles are weak or malfunctioning, they lose the ability to fully support the pelvic organs, causing pelvic floor disorders.

These disorders can include urinary or f***l incontinence, urgency urinary incontinence, overactive bladder, and pelvic organ prolapse, and they might cause symptoms like painful s*x (13Trusted Source, 14).

It’s hard to estimate how many people have a pelvic floor disorder, as awareness of the symptoms and conditions remains low. Many people who identify as women assume pelvic floor dysfunction is a normal part of childbirth or aging and therefore don’t seek treatment.

However, it’s estimated that about 1 in 4 women experience pelvic floor disorders, and that number doubles by the time women are over 80 years old. Some research shows that about 50% of women are affected by PFD in their childbearing years (4Trusted Source, 13Trusted Source).

What’s more, researchers expect to see a 70% increase in the number of women impacted by PFD by the year 2050, due to health trends like increasing body mass index and chronic constipation (14).

Furthermore, people with a p***s don’t often think they can be impacted by PFD, but the prevalence of such conditions in men is estimated to be about 16% (4Trusted Source).

🟥Symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction include:

⚫pelvic pressure or fullness
⚫the frequent urge to urinate or painful urination
⚫urinary leakage
⚫urinary incontinence
⚫lower back pain
⚫constipation, difficulties with bowel ⚫movements, or bowel leakage
⚫difficulty emptying the bladder
⚫pain with s*xual in*******se
⚫pain in the pelvic region or ge****ls
⚫pelvic muscle spasms

Fortunately, there are nonsurgical ways to treat PFD and find relief from pain or embarrassment. Often a consultation with a pelvic floor physical therapist is a good place to start

🟥Is my pelvic floor too tight or too lax?

Chronic issues with the pelvic floor can be caused by both hypotonic muscles (pelvic muscles that are too lax or weak) or hypertonic muscles (pelvic floor muscles that are too tight or overactive) (15Trusted Source, 16Trusted Source, 17Trusted Source).

Sometimes, these conditions are referred to as relaxing pelvic floor dysfunction and nonrelaxing pelvic floor dysfunction.

Pelvic floor dysfunction can also happen on a continuum, with both hypotonic and hypertonic issues. This often comes as a surprise to people who assume their pelvic floor issues are caused by inactive muscles.

But here’s the deal: Not everyone should be doing Kegels.

The pelvic floor comprises skeletal muscle. “That means it can have the same kind of injuries, weakness, or trauma like any other muscle in your body,” says Crouch. “It can also become “tight” or chronically contracted — think a muscle spasm in your calf.”

If the muscles are in spasm, contracted, or too tight, Crouch says doing Kegels can worsen the problem — pain, leaking, constipation, or s*xual dysfunction. In other words, if your pelvic floor is hypertonic, it’s best to avoid Kegels until you consult a pelvic floor physical therapy.

⬛What are the benefits of strengthening the pelvic floor?

Like other muscles in your body, the pelvic floor operates best when the muscles are strong and able to release fully after a full contraction. Strengthening the pelvic floor allows you to better support the bladder, bowels, and uterus (18Trusted Source).

Plus, it can help with bladder and bowel control.

Researchers have also found that improved pelvic floor function improves quality of life (19).

If you have pelvic floor prolapse, strengthening the pelvic floor muscles likewise helps reduce the severity of symptoms, including urinary leakage, incontinence, pelvic pressure, and lower back pain, among others (7Trusted Source).

A pelvic floor strengthening program could likewise lead to better s*x (5Trusted Source).

Some research supports the connection between male s*xual function and pelvic floor function. Specifically, researchers cite how pelvic floor physical therapy can potentially improve erectile dysfunction and ej*******on problems (20).

Moreover, regularly squeezing or contracting the pelvic floor muscles may boost s*xual sensation and s*xual function for some people with a va**na (21Trusted Source).

Finally, the American Urological Association recommends pelvic floor muscle training as part of a treatment plan for overactive bladder (22).

The goal of this therapy is to inhibit involuntary bladder contractions and decrease incontinence.

Exercises to strengthen your pelvic floor
You can activate the pelvic floor anytime, anywhere. But it’s also beneficial to incorporate specific exercises that strengthen and target the pelvic floor muscles.

One way to design a program is to categorize the exercises for those who have hypotonic pelvic floor muscles versus those who have hypertonic pelvic floor muscles.

According to Crouch, hypotonic means you have low tone pelvic floor issues and need to strengthen and improve endurance and power.

🟫Exercises for hypotonic pelvic floor muscles
To target hypotonic pelvic floor issues, Crouch recommends these 3 exercises:

🟥Quick flick Kegels

Crouch says the quick flick Kegel requires quick contractions of your pelvic floor to help activate the muscles faster and stronger to stop leaks upon sneezing or coughing.

Begin by lying on the floor with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. As this exercise becomes easier, try sitting or standing while performing it.
Find your pelvic floor muscles using the tips described above.
Exhale, pull your navel to your spine, and quickly contract and release your pelvic floor muscles. Aim to contract for 1 second before releasing.
Maintain steady breathing throughout.
Repeat the quick flick 10 times, then rest for 10 seconds. Do 2–3 sets.

🟥Heel slides
Heel slides encourage pelvic floor contractions while targeting the deep abdominal muscles.

Begin by lying on the floor with your knees bent and pelvis in a neutral position.
Inhale into the rib cage, then exhale through the mouth, letting your ribs naturally compress.
Draw your pelvic floor up, lock in your core, and slide your right heel away from you. Only go as far as you can without losing your connection to your deep core.
Find the bottom position, then inhale and bring your leg back to starting position.
Do 10 slides on each side before changing to the other leg.
Marches (also called toe taps)
Like heel slides, the marching exercise increases core stability and encourages pelvic floor contractions.

Begin by lying on the floor with your knees bent and pelvis in a neutral position.
Inhale into your rib cage, then exhale through your mouth, letting your ribs naturally compress.
Draw your pelvic floor up and lock in your core.
Slowly lift one leg up to a tabletop position.
Slowly lower this leg to the starting position.
Repeat the movement alternating legs. You should not feel any pain in your lower back. It’s important that your deep core stays engaged throughout the entire exercise.
Alternate legs for 12–20 times total.

🟫Exercises for hypertonic pelvic floor muscles

Hypertonic exercises may provide some relaxation and lengthening for someone who has a short or tight pelvic floor.

Crouch says the goal is to lengthen and release the hypertonic muscles, so contractions are more effective and the muscles can work effectively. “We have to make sure the muscle can do what we need it to do, so lengthening is just as important as strengthening,” she says.

Here are 2 exercises that she recommends:

🟥Happy Baby Pose

The Happy Baby Pose is a great addition to a pelvic floor routine when stretching and releasing are the goal.

Begin by lying on the floor with your knees bent.
Bring your knees toward your belly at a 90-degree angle, with the soles of your feet facing up.
Grab and hold the outside or inside of your feet.
Open your knees until they’re slightly wider than your torso. Then, bring your feet up toward your armpits. Make sure your ankles are over your knees.
Flex your heels and push your feet into your hands. You can stay in this position for several breaths or gently rock from side to side.

🟥Diaphragmatic breathing

Diaphragmatic breathing encourages the functional relationship between the diaphragm and pelvic floor. It’s also an excellent exercise for reducing stress. (23Trusted Source)

Begin by lying flat on the floor on a yoga or exercise mat. You can also perform the exercise in a seated position.
Do a few seconds of progressive relaxation. Focus on releasing the tension in your body.
Once relaxed, put one hand on your stomach and the other on your chest.
Inhale through your nose to expand your stomach — your chest should stay relatively still. Then, breathe in for 2–3 seconds and exhale slowly.
Repeat several times while keeping one hand on the chest and one on the stomach.
Crouch also recommends adding lunges and squats to a pelvic floor routine. “Everyday exercise like lunging and Swiss ball squats can be great ways to add in pelvic floor strengthening,” she says.

When performing these moves, Crouch says to think about contracting the pelvic floor before you go down into the lunge or squat, re-engaging at the bottom, and then contracting again as you drive up to standing.


  ✨What is sacroiliitis?✨Sacroiliitis is the inflammation of one or both of your sacroiliac joints. These two joints are...

✨What is sacroiliitis?✨
Sacroiliitis is the inflammation of one or both of your sacroiliac joints. These two joints are located where the sacrum (the triangular last section of the spine) meets the ilium (a part of the pelvis).

Sacroiliitis is a common source of lower back pain or pain in the buttocks or thighs. It is often difficult to diagnose since many other conditions cause pain in the same locations.

⚠️ What causes sacroiliitis?⚠️
Inflammation of the sacroiliac joint causes most of the symptoms of sacroiliitis. Many medical conditions cause inflammation in the sacroiliac joint, including:

🔘 Osteoarthritis -This type of wear-and-tear arthritis can occur in the sacroiliac joints and results from the breakdown of ligaments.

🔘 Ankylosing spondylitis - This is a type of inflammatory arthritis of the joints of the spine. Sacroiliitis is often an early symptom of ankylosing spondylitis.

🔘 Psoriatic arthritis - This inflammatory condition causes joint pain and swelling as well as psoriasis (scaly patches on the skin). Psoriatic arthritis can cause inflammation of the spinal joints, including the sacroiliac joints.
Other causes of sacroiliitis include:

🔘 Trauma - A fall, motor vehicle accident, or other injury to the sacroiliac joints or the ligaments supporting or surrounding the sacroiliac joint can cause symptoms.

🔘 Pregnancy - Hormones generated during pregnancy can relax the muscles and ligaments of the pelvis, causing the sacroiliac joint to rotate. The weight of pregnancy can also stress the sacroiliac joint and lead to wearing of the joint.

🔘 Pyogenic sacroiliitis - This is a rare infection of the sacroiliac joint caused by the bacteria Staphylococcus aureus.

😵What are the symptoms of sacroiliitis?😵
Common symptoms of sacroiliitis include pain that:
🔘 Occurs in the lower back, buttock, hip, or thigh
🔘 Gets worse after long periods of sitting or standing, or getting out of a chair
🔘 Worsens after rotating your hips
🔘 Feels sharp or stabbing, or dull and achy

🩺How is sacroiliitis treated?🩺
Most people with sacroiliitis benefit from physical therapy. This treatment helps strengthen and stabilise the muscles surrounding your sacroiliac joints. Physical therapy also makes it easier for you to move your sacroiliac joints through full range of motion.


سی سیکشن اور کمر درد

ایک تحقیق سے پتا چلا ہے کہ جن خواتین نے ایپیڈورل اینستھیزیا کے ساتھ سیزیرین سیکشن کے ذریعے بچے کو جنم دیا ان میں بعد میں کمر کے نچلے حصے میں درد ہونے کا امکان زیادہ ہوتا ہے۔ ڈیلیوری آپ کے جسم کو تناؤ والی پوزیشنوں میں ڈال سکتی ہے۔
ایک ایپیڈورل درد کو منسوخ کرتا ہے، لہذا آپ ایک عجیب و غریب پوز میں طویل عرصے تک رہتے ہیں جسے آپ محسوس نہیں کرسکتے ہیں۔ یہ آپ کی کمر کو نقصان پہنچا سکتا ہے اور درد کا باعث بن سکتا ہے۔

اس کے علاوہ، آپ کو سی سیکشن کے بعد تھوڑی دیر کے لیے روزمرہ سرگرمی کو محدود کرنا پڑتا ہے۔ یہ آپ کے پیٹ اور کمر کے پٹھوں کو کمزور کر سکتا ہے جو کہ کمر میں درد کی ایک اور بڑی وجہ ہے۔

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How to stretch.Stretching correctly will increase your flexibility and reduce the risk of you getting injured when exerc...

How to stretch.

Stretching correctly will increase your flexibility and reduce the risk of you getting injured when exercising or going about your daily life. Start with some very basic stretches if you're a beginner. Work on stretches when your muscles are warmed up, such as after you've been exercising or at least walking around a bit. You can do these stretches every day for increased flexibility or just 3-4 times a week. If you're more advanced, try stretches that target individual muscles and areas of your body.

5 Tips for Buying Your Next Pair of Shoes1️⃣ Shop for shoes at NIGHT, your foot can grow by up to 8% by the end of the d...

5 Tips for Buying Your Next Pair of Shoes

1️⃣ Shop for shoes at NIGHT, your foot can grow by up to 8% by the end of the day. Also, the heat of the summer may expand your foot.
2️⃣ Most people have one foot slightly longer than the other. Buy your shoes to match the longer foot.
3️⃣ Make sure to try your shoe on at the store with the same type of sock you will wearing.
4️⃣ Don't buy a longer shoe to make up for a shoe that feels too narrow, Your toes need room to move around.
5️⃣ Make sure to stand in your shoe. You should have about a quarter- to a half-inch of space between your longest toe and the end of the shoe.

More than anything you need to think about two things:

1. The condition of your feet.
2. What the shoe is for.

My wife once told me "Don't mess with the things that get your places."

We have to think of our shoes as part of a treatment plan. If you are someone who is, unfortunately, suffering from plantar fasciitis, you need to think about pain relief right away but have your goal be to never suffer from the pain again.

This means you may need to have an orthotic in your shoe that provides you with both support and cushioning.

پرس اور کمر درد 1960 کی دہائی میں فیٹ والیٹ سنڈروم Fat Wallet Syndrome کی شکایات رپورٹ ہونا شروع ہوئیں ، جب مردوں نے اپن...

پرس اور کمر درد

1960 کی دہائی میں فیٹ والیٹ سنڈروم Fat Wallet Syndrome کی شکایات رپورٹ ہونا شروع ہوئیں ، جب مردوں نے اپنے بٹوے میں کریڈٹ کارڈ، کرنسی اور دیگر کاغذات رکھنے شروع کیے۔

جب آپ نقدی، کارڈز اور کاغذات سے بھری ہوئی جیب پر بیٹھتے ہیں تو آپ کے کولہوں کے پٹھوں میں تناؤ آجاتا ہے۔ اور آپ کا باڈی پاسچر خراب ہونا شروع ہوتا ہے جس سے sciatic nerve پر پریشر آتا ہے. یہ کمر کے نچلے حصے میں درد کو متحرک کر سکتا ہے۔

ایک چھوٹی سی تبدیلی آپ کا یہ مسئلہ حل کر سکتی ہے۔ والٹ / پرس بیک پاکٹ میں رکھنے کی بجائے اپنے سامنے کی پاکٹ میں رکھیں اور زندگی آسان بنائیں۔

      Tailbone pain, also called coccydynia, is pain in and around the small triangular bone at the very bottom of your ...

Tailbone pain, also called coccydynia, is pain in and around the small triangular bone at the very bottom of your spinal column, above the cleft of your buttocks known as the coccyx.

The term coccyx comes from the Greek word for “cuckoo” as it resembles a bird’s beak with the tip pointed down. “Dynia” means “pain,” and so “coccydynia” literally means “pain of the coccyx.” And because the bone corresponds to the location of an animal’s tail, it’s called the tailbone in common terms.

Anatomy of the coccyx:
Your coccyx is made up of three to five fused vertebrae (bones). It lies beneath the sacrum, a bone structure at the base of your spine. Several tendons, muscles and ligaments connect to it.

Both the coccyx and the ischial tuberosities (two bones that make up the bottom of your pelvis) bear your weight when you sit down. Two-thirds of adults have a coccyx that curves a bit instead of pointing straight down, but one that is curved too far is abnormal and, therefore, painful.Tailbone pain (coccydynia) can make everyday tasks uncomfortable at best, and unbearable at worst.

Tailbone pain ranges from a dull ache to a fierce stab. It can last for weeks, months or sometimes longer. There are three types of events that cause tailbone pain:

External Trauma: A bruised, broken or dislocated coccyx caused by a fall.
Internal Trauma: Trauma caused by a difficult childbirth or from sitting on a narrow or hard surface for too long.
Others: Infection, abscess and tumors.

Interestingly, for one-third of those with coccydynia, the cause is unknown. Women are five times more likely than men to develop coccydynia. Adults and adolescents get it more often than children. Obese persons are three times more susceptible than those at the ideal weight according to the BMI (Body Mass Index) scale. You’re also more vulnerable if you lose weight too quickly.
The symptoms of coccydynia include:
a. Achy or piercing pain in the tailbone.
b. More severe pain when changing from sitting to standing up.
c. More severe pain when sitting for long periods of time.
d. Pain during bowel movements.
e. Pain during s*x.
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اس چیز میں کوئی شک نہیں کہ، اگر سرکارِ دو عالم صلی اللہ علیہ والہ  وسلم ❣️ دنیا میں نا ہوتے تو،  نا یہ کائنات ہوتی، نا ہ...

اس چیز میں کوئی شک نہیں کہ، اگر سرکارِ دو عالم صلی اللہ علیہ والہ وسلم ❣️ دنیا میں نا ہوتے تو، نا یہ کائنات ہوتی، نا ہم ہوتے نا آپ ، نا دن ہوتا نہ رات ہوتی۔

#صلی‌الله‌علیه‌ولاوسلم ،
#عیدمیلادالنبی ،
#مسلم ،
#سرکارکی #آمد #مرحبا ،
#حضرتםבםב صلی اللّٰہ علیہ والہ وسلم ،





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