Sciatica Ka Gharelu ilaj Home Remedy for Sciatica Pain
Hello and Welcome Friends!!! You most welcome on Lakhaipurtv ( INTRO MUSIC ) Today I will tell you about very easy home treatment to cure sciatica pain Yess friends, leaves of night jasmine is very effective for sciatica or sciatic nerve pain it cures acute sciata in short time This plant known as many names such as Harishringaar, Harsingaar, Paarijaat, Shefalika, etc. It called night jasmine or coral jasmine in English
Coral jasmine is not big tree, it like bush its leaves are green color rough white color flowers blooms in bunch you can understand it easily from its photos It's leaves used to cure sciatica If you find it's tree near you then take it's 56 green leaves crush and boil like tea and drink after being cold drink it twice daily morning and evening
this is very effectiv in sciatica pain acute sciatica cures soon and for chronic sciatica use it for long time if you are unable to find fresh leaves then it's dried leaves you can find from herb seller you can use dry leaves also by boiling it or make dry leaves powder and take 1 spoon twice daily Use of bark powder of it's tree stem is very useful joint pain and arthritis Leaves, bark, flower all are useful of this plant Use of night jasmine is useful in sciatica and gout, arthritis, cold, cough, fever, worms, swelling and diabetes etc.
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Median Nerve Distribution Innervation Anatomy Human Anatomy Kenhub
Hello, again. This is Matt from Kenhub. Andin this tutorial, we will discuss the distribution, innervation, and anatomy of the median nerve. The median nerve derives from the lateraland the medial cords of the brachial plexus. Initially, it travels down on the medial sideof the arm along with the brachial artery. At the elbow, it will continue its courseunder the aponeurosis of the biceps and between the two heads of the pronator teres. Once it gives off the antebrachial interosseousbranch, it will initiate its trajectory in the forearm between flexor digitorum profundusand the flexor digitorum superficialis muscles
serving as their supply. Once the nerve reaches the rest, it continuesunder the flexor retinaculum in the carpal tunnel going towards the palm of the hand.There, it divides into its terminal braches which will then innervate several structuresincluding the thenar muscles. The median nerve provides motor branches tomany muscles of the upper extremity, including the pronator teres, flexor digitorum superficialisand the profundus, and the most of the thenar muscles. This tutorial is more fun than reading a textbook, righté If you want more tutorials, interactive
quizzes, articles, and an atlas of human anatomy,click on the â€œTake me to Kenhubâ€� button. It is time to say goodbye to your old textbooks,and say hello to your new anatomy learning partner, Kenhub. See you there! kenhub .
Nerves 3 Spinal Nerves
Okay, this is really exciting,so exciting, because we're going to lookat all of our spinal nerves. We're going to look at all ofthese guys right here. And how many of themdo you think we haveé Well, we actually have 31pairs of spinal nerves, and I hope you rememberthat our spinal nerves actually travelout of the spinal they travel awayfrom the spinal cord,
and they have to getout of that main hole, in this hole right here, the spinal cord is travelingthrough that hole, and our spinalnerves have to get out of there so that they can go into theperiphery and do their thing. And, to get out,they have to travel between those intervertebral foramina. This is the bodyof my vertebra vertebra
or vertebra depending on, you know, where you wantto place your emphasis and you can imaginethat the hole, the vertebral foramen,is approximately right here, and through thatvertebral foramen is your entire spinal cord. Do you agreethat if I was a rock star I know you think I am but,
every now and then,not so much but if I was, do you agree that Icould actually draw my little crosssection of spinal cord righton my spinal cordé I could cut it in halfand draw it. And then, do you agreethat I actually would have, you know,a dorsal root ganglion
I just made that.It's supposed to be one. There's my dorsal root ganglion, and it's actuallygoing to combine and form a spinal nerve do you follow what I amdoing right hereé I'm trying to show you that allthis is is my big column of spinal cord running throughthe vertebral column and then, my actual spinal nerve,
which we are totallycomfortable with. We've seen these,we've gone in, we've gone out, we've taken our spinal nerve, we've named it,we've circled it, we've split it into an anteriorramus and a posterior ramus, that's going to come out throughthese intervertebral foramina. Those were structures that we learned alreadyin the spinal cord.