Musculoskeletal Injury Physiotherapy
Range Of Motion Exercise Treatment
Post Surgery Rehabilitation
Sensory Integration Therapy
Treatment Of Meniscus Injury
Neuro Physiotherapy Treatment
Computerised Traction Procedure
Column Traumatology Procedure
Treatment of Mckinzie Treatment For Spine
Rf Neurotomy Procedure
Manual Therapy Treatment
Treatment Of Lumbago
Custom Splinting Bracing Procedure
Achilles Tendon Rupture Treatment
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Dr Parekh is a thorough professional and makes sure that the patient understands their problem especially in case of vertigo where we are clueless about what can be done.She dealt with my mother in a caring and compassionate manner and answered all questions patiently.She put us at ease and was successful in giving relief and putting an end to the dizziness.I sincerely thank her for her expertise and care on aiding us in our time of need.
Excellent and perfect treatment provided for my mother in law. She is door much better after following instructions from Dr. Pinky. Highly recommended for all people who need physio requirements....
Dr. Pinky is extremely friendly flexible. Her treatment is most appropriate and no jeed for unnecessary hassles. Blessed to have been under her treatment for my vertigo
Always make the use of cold therapy within the first 24-48 hours of the acute stage of an injury, to prevent tissue damage, or after the first 48 hours if inflammation persists.
Don't ignore the early signs of strain injury like weakness of the grip, numbness, and pain or discomfort in the arms, hands, wrists or shoulders.
Aides such as canes or walkers for walking and balancing can be used to prevent yourself from falling.
Back pain can be due to many reasons and one of the commonest cause is prolong sitting with poor posture.
Remember the three important aspects that can immediately improve back pain and also prevent it.
Make sure your back is well supported and the laptop is close to eye level. Try to sit up straight, tighten the abdominals slightly and hold for few seconds without holding your breath. Do this every hour for few times.
Every hour take a break and stretch backwards in standing or sitting for 30 seconds. Repeat 3 times.
Also do stretches for low back, piriformis, hamstrings, quadriceps and calf muscles at least 5 times a week.
Once acute pain has improved start strengthening the core muscles. That is low back, lower abdominals and hip muscles.
Strengthening can be dond at gym or home about 30 mins 3- 4 times a week.
Ice or heat:
For acute pain use ice packs for 15 mins after exercises. Once acute pain improves can try heat especially moist heat for 15 mins as tolerated.
If you have any medical problems please consult your physician to see if its safe to exercise.
Good luck for speedy recovery!
Arthritis, stroke or inner ear problems which cause dizziness can cause elders to fall.
I have a problem with Neck, waist,aft below the knee, in the joints of the claws of both feet this space is a very , It is fifteen days from the last four to five days and is very pain. And waist is 4 5 month continues pain.
Carpal nerve syndrome in my right hand. Kindly suggest remedy and specialist contact details. Thanks.
I am 74. Having g muscle pain in both legs thighs, knees ; calfs& left ankle. What to apply to reduce pain ?
When you have back pain that is there for more than 6 months its termed as chronic pain. Most chronic pain is recurrent.
It is very important to know the root cause of pain and the factors aggravating the same.
Ask yourself these simple questions?
Is my posture correct during most part of the day especially in sitting, lifting and sleeping?
Am I doing enough stretches to keep my back muscles and leg muscles relaxed?
Do I do regular core strengthening exercises such as yoga, pilates, aerobics, recreational sports to keep my back in good shape?
Try and focus on improving posture, do daily walking and stretching exercises and core strengthening as tolerated at least 3 times a week to prevent irreversible damage to joints, discs, nerves and muscles in your low back. A physiotherapist can help customize an exercise program suited for your condition.
Consult your healthcare provider to see if exercises are safe for you. Good luck. Say no to back pain!