back, neck, shoulder & elbow pain

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Re: Back pain during sleeping?

Postby drrajindersingh on Fri Jan 11, 2019 8:13 am

hi.. you should consult with an experienced orthopedic doctor rather then any physiotherapist. Most the senior citizens face this issue in that age.
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Re: Back pain during sleeping?

Postby eblclinic on Thu Feb 14, 2019 6:45 am

Sorry to hear about your mother's problem. I know these type of pains broke people physically as well as mentally. But the best advice for you to find a good doctor for the treatment. You need to find an expert who can understand the actual cause of the pain your mother is suffering from.
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Re: Back pain during sleeping?

Postby drrajindersingh on Sat Mar 09, 2019 9:12 am

Your sleeping position depends on back pain while sleeping. If you sleep on your back, try placing a pillow under your knees while you snooze. This will allow for proper alignment of the spine. If you sleep on your stomach, a pillow under your lower abdomen can help, while those who sleep on their side should tuck the pillow between their knees.
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Re: Back pain during sleeping?

Postby tomcurren on Thu Apr 04, 2019 6:52 am

Try a New Mattress.
Your bed may be to blame for your aching back. In fact, 63 percent of people say that their back pain improved after switching to a new mattress. Look for a medium-firm or firm mattress (the super cushy ones may feel great at first, but they are not back-friendly). Many companies allow you to test drive a mattress for a few weeks before you’re obligated to keep it, which is a good method for finding one that works for you. If a new mattress isn’t in the cards, adding plywood supports under the mattress may help.
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Re: Back pain during sleeping?

Postby arvbuttar on Sun Apr 21, 2019 7:53 am

Hi,
Sorry to hear about your mother back pain. Ask her to do some exercise to get rid of back pain and also ask her GP to give some medicine.
Thanks.
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