HOME REMEDIES FOR SCIATICA PAIN PART 2 II 2 II
Welcome to health care at home In our previous episode we were talking about Sciatica pain As i told you earlier that if you are suffering from Sciatica pain , you have to take hot compress. The compress i am telling you is Hot Cold compress. Hot compress sooth the tensed nerves cold compress sooth the swelled nerves. Take a bucket of water water put rock slt in it and prepare this bucket. And take normal water in second bucket take 2 towels Dip the towel with the hot water and squeeze it now put the towel to the problem area cover it.
till the time you keep feel the warmth , let the towel be on your body. Now dip the towel in to cold water squeeze it then put it on the problem area. do this remedy for half n hour and within this time you will get relief. Don't take the cold compress if you have circulatory problem. Along with this let me tell you a remedy. whenever you take milk put 810 chopped garlic cloves. put them at the time of heating the milk then consume it. and you will notice that you will get relief in sciatica pain Along with this taking proper nap is necessary as in with proper nap your muscles sooth your sciatica nerve will be relaxed.
make sure that you sleep in dark, means there should be no artificial lights in the room. if you will sleep in the dark room then too your sciatica pain will be relieved. Let me tell you a oil, take 1 cup sesame oil add 3 big spoon of nutmeg powder. and heat it nicely on the low flame after heating up, once its Luke warm then massage it with this oil. Massage with this oil on the problem area and you will be relived. Now, let us talk about what to eaté Eat lots of banana Eat Spinach, Green Peas Dry fruits
Taking honey lemon juice is also very helpful in sciatica pain. What you have to do is Take 1 glass water, put 2 spoon honey squeeze a lemon in it . Use this water 2 times in a day as its very helpful in sciatica pain. Along with this take 250gm of Parijat leaves . put them into 1 litre water and boil them thoroughly when the water is reduces to 34 or 750 ml then then strain the water and keep it into glass bottle add a pinch of saffron and mix it nicely.
Now take 11 cup of this water in morning evening. you will be relived from the sciatica pain. Acupuncture woks well in sciatica pain. if you will take acupuncture treatment from any good acupuncturist. then you will get maximum relief in the sciatica pain. Let me tell you another remedy, Take 150 gm of Carrot potato . wash , peel them and take their juice. this will be almost 1 glass of juice. Now take this juice in the morning. Do this remedy for 2 months you will get relief in the sciatica pain.
Let me tell you an external remedy, take a handful of fenugreek seeds powder mix it in a glass of milk and cook them. cook it till the time it turns into a thick paste. Once the paste is ready then take some amount of it and apply this on the problem area after applying the paste thoroughly let it apply it for 1 hour and then wash it off as this will give you relief in the sciatica pain.
Cadaver Surface and Ultrasound Guided Anatomy of Nerve Blocks in Anesthesia Program
We'll be talking about the interscaleneblock. The analgesia of the brachial plexus, which enervates the arms, is an example ofa major nerve block. That is because two or more nerves are blocked that supply a largearea. Types of surgeries that would benefit from interscalene block include the shoulder,arm, and forearm procedures. Injection at the interscalene level will block dermatomesC5 through C7 intensely, and dermatomes C8 through T1 less intensely. The interscalene groove lies at the cricoidcartilage, the level of the cricoid cartilage. It's important to find the sternal notchand trace it over to the clavicle, and then
outline the sternocleidomastoid muscle. Itis recommended that you also outline your carotid artery, internal jugular, and external jugular vein.You will also see the anterior scalene muscle, little scalene muscle, and the nerve rootsof C5 through C7. There are several maneuvers that can accentuate the line marks while thepatient is lying supine. First you have the patient turn their head to the contralateralside. This is when you will be able to see the external jugular vein cross the interscalenegroove at the level of the cricoid cartilage. This also tenses the sternocleidomastoid muscle.You may also ask the patient to reach to the
ipsilateral knee. This maneuver flattens theneck and makes the identification of the scalene muscles easier. Some complications that occurinclude incidental block of the phrenic nerve, recurrent laryngeal nerve, and stellate gangliondue to close proximity. Dyspnea may occur from the nerve, the phrenic nerve, causing hoarseness, andfrom the recurrent laryngeal nerve. Since the area is very vascular, there ispotential for inadvertent intravascular injection. First, this is the clavicle. Here is the sternocleidomastoid muscle. Common carotid.
Internal jugular. External jugular. Anterior scalene muscle. And middle scalenemuscle. And the three trunks for the brachial plexus: superior, middle, inferior. This is the left arm, and the branches ofthe brachial plexus are the musculocutaneous nerve, the median nerve, the ulnar nerve, the radial nerve, and the axillary nerve.
Here we have an ultrasound view of the interscaleneblock. We are looking at the right side of the neck. This is medial, and this side of the ultrasound is lateral. We have the carotid artery here, we have the right IJ here, andShane's doing a Valsalva maneuver right now. We have the anterior scalene muscle here,the middle scalene muscle here, and our sternocleidomastoid on top. The nerve bundle is located betweenthe anterior scalene muscle and the middle scalene muscle here, and here's our nervebundle, right in there. Here we have the surface anatomy for a femoralblock. First you want to identify the anterior superior iliac spine and the pubic tubercle,and draw a line connecting these structures.
This is the inguinal ligament. Midline on the inguinal ligament, you'll palpate to find the femoral pulse. And using your VAN acronym, you can see the femoralvein, femoral artery, and femoral nerve. To find the femoral nerve from the femoral pulse,you'll go two centimeters distal and two centimeters lateral. I will use the width of my finger to approximate this distance. Two centimeters distal, two centimeters lateral, and you will end up right over the femoral nerve. This is your injection point. Here we have a cadaver dissection of our upperthigh area, where we will be performing our