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Core Stability Exercise

Core stability exercises strengthen the abdominal muscles to stabilize the spine in low pain conditions. Core muscles comprise pelvic floor muscles, diaphragm, transverse abdominus, and multifidus. Strong core muscles lead to good posture and the ability to do most physical activities with ease.

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Can a chiropractor help in fixing the crack sound in my hands to get my power back?

Query: Hello doctor, I have been arm wrestling for close to seven years and with time I have noticed a couple of things about my wrist that are hindering my ability to have healthy progress in this sport. The main issue is with wrist flexion. My problem is that while doing the flexing motion of the wrist ...  Read Full »


Sreenivasa Rao

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I read your concern. In my opinion, the issue is with an excessive sheer force that you create when you flex your wrist is causing bone on bone rubbing and leading to those crack sounds. Depends on the concentration and loading of weight you feel it at different area...  Read Full »

I tried to straighten my back and got a sudden pain. Please help.

Query: Hi doctor,As I was about to straighten my back while holding the bar to lift the weight (deadlifts), I felt a clunk sound in my left lower back. The same spot as I previously injured 20 months ago on the last rep of deadlift. I rounded my back, and it pulled me down. It got cured in four or five day...  Read Full »


Shakti Mishra

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. It is better to have an x-ray done immediately so that we can confirm the exact site of the injury. It might be a locking of the facet joint that usually happens if you suddenly lift a heavy object and try to lift it. That is why it is always advisable to have a warm-up s...  Read Full »

I have torn rectus femoris from AIIS. Please help.

Query: Hello doctor, I have a torn rectus femoris from AIIS as well as significant anterior and lateral heterotrophic ossification for past year. The soreness in the area of the tear has increased and I have noticed a frequent amount of vibrations in my leg muscles as well as soreness in my muscles too.  Read Full »


Sreenivasa Rao

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I read your concern. As you tried with conservative management and still have not much improvement, I suggest you try an orthopedic surgeon's opinion on the reattachment of rectus femoris surgically. Keep working on your glute and hamstring strength and core stabil...  Read Full »

How to treat back pain that started after playing Foosball?

Query: Hello doctor,I have back pain. It just started while I was playing Foosball. The pain goes down to my left thigh, hamstring area, towards the left side of the left knee, and to the ankle. I have also got twinging and numb little toe finger on my left foot. I am only applying Volini ointment for pain...  Read Full »


Sreenivasa Rao

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I read your concern. I would suggest you get an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) done of your low back. As your complaints are suggestive of disc involvement, I would like to rule that out. I would like to know further details like pain character and movement...  Read Full »

I get lumbar pain while lying on back with occasional acne. Kindly help.

Query: Hello doctor, If I lie on my back for more than two minutes, I have quite severe lumbar pain when I try to get out of bed, mainly when I try to straighten up. It goes away once I manage to straighten up. I also have lumbar acne that comes and goes every few months but this is not so severe.   Read Full »


Sreenivasa Rao

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I read your concern. The pain what you describe could be due to flexibility issue. Less flexibility in hamstrings and less hip flexor muscles can cause this issue. This changes the biomechanics of low back altering the posture resulting in pain in the lower back. I w...  Read Full »

How to get rid of lower back pain post pregnancy?

Query: Hi doctor, My baby is 5 months old. My back was fine before delivery. Now my lower back just above my butt really hurts and feels weak when I stand up after lying down on my stomach. I do not get any such feel when I stand from lying on my back. Also, after giving birth, I noticed my lower back stic...  Read Full »


Zubair Mohammad

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. During pregnancy lot of changes occur in a body, one of those is increase in lower back curve (lumbar lordosis). Due to increase in lumbar lordosis some muscles of lower back remain stretched and become weak. It will cause lower back pain. I suggest you to start doing so...  Read Full »

Why has my back not developed properly?

Query: Hi doctor, When I started my workout today, I noticed that my back is not in proportion and not developed properly. I am wondering, why is it so? Do I have to see a chiropractor? Or do I need to adjust my workout forum? Kindly guide.  Read Full »


Zubair Mohammad

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Are you right-handed? Is your left arm weaker? Or vice-versa? Normally, we all tend to use one side of our body more frequently and comfortably than the other, making us left or right-handed. We spend most of our life performing endless daily tasks with one side of our...  Read Full »

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