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QI Spine Clinic is India's first Spine Rehabilitation Clinic odedicated to treating severe back & neck problems without surgery.The doctors at Qi Spine Clinic use advanced technology and ......more
QI Spine Clinic is India's first Spine Rehabilitation Clinic odedicated to treating severe back & neck problems without surgery.The doctors at Qi Spine Clinic use advanced technology and latest research-based techniques to diagnose and isolate the root cause of back pain and customise treatment based on the diagnosis & patient history. They have saved 7100+ patients from surgery. It is the only healthcare facility in India focusing exclusively on functional testing of the spine using a revolutionary diagnostic technology - Digital Spine Analysis. QI Spine Clinic uses no medication for pain management and has the latest and safest pain management technology called Frequency Specific Micro-currents.

Timings

MON-FRI
08:00 AM - 08:00 PM
SAT
08:00 AM - 07:00 PM

Location

Ajay Towers, 2nd Floor, 53, Defence Colony, 100 Feet Road, Above Crossword, Landmark : 3rd Building From Reliance Footprints, Next To Woods Cafe Next To Café Coffee Day
Indira Nagar Bangalore, Karnataka - 560038
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Amenities

Parking
Cafeteria
Online Appointments
Reception
Waiting Lounge
Credit Card
Ac Rooms
Wheel chair assistance

Doctors in QI Spine Clinic - Indiranagar

Dr. Nikita Mangaonkar

MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy
Physiotherapist
6 Years experience
750 at clinic
Available today
08:00 AM - 07:00 PM

Dr. Yogesh

BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist
18 Years experience
500 at clinic
Available today
09:00 AM - 06:00 PM
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Specialities

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy

Effectively treats physical injury or diseases through vigorous massages and exercises
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Network Hospital

QI Spine Clinic - Malleshwaram

No.116, 2nd Floor, 11th Cross Road, Above Titan Eye Plus, Margosa Road, MalleshwaramBangalore Get Directions
3 Doctors
2 Specialities
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QI Spine Clinic - Jayanagar

No.1574, 11th, 2nd Floor Next To Jayanagar Post, Opposite Shanthi Nursing Home, 16th Main Road, 4th T Block East, Pattabhirama Nagar, JayanagarBangalore Get Directions
2 Doctors
2 Specialities
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QI Spine Clinic - HSR Layout

No.1672/A, 1st Floor HSR Optima, Above City Union Bank, 14th Main Road,, Sector-7, HSR LayoutBangalore Get Directions
1 Doctor
1 Speciality
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QI Spine Clinic - Whitefeild

1st Floor, Sai Harsha Towers, Opposite The Forum Value Mall, Whitefield Main RoadBangalore Get Directions
2 Doctors
2 Specialities
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QI Spine Clinic - Koregaon Park

Unit 205-A, Second Floor, Power Point Building, Lane-6, Koregaon ParkPune Get Directions
2 Doctors
2 Specialities
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QI Spine Clinic - Aundh

Equity Tower, Plot No.5, Above Blackberry, Before Parihar Chowk, Survey No.187, Sanghvi NagarPune Get Directions
4 Doctors
2 Specialities
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QI Spine Clinic - Apte Road

1st Floor, Sneh Leela Appartment Apte Road, Opposite Apte Sabahgruh Next To Kohinoor Executive HotelPune Get Directions
2 Doctors
2 Specialities
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QI Spine Clinic - Greater Kailash

R-75, R Block, Hans Raj Gupta Marg, Greater Kailash Part-1Delhi Get Directions
5 Doctors
2 Specialities
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QI Spine Clinic - Gurgaon

No.45, Ashoka Cresent Marg, DLF Phase One, Adjoining Lane To VLCC, Gate No.10, Golf Course RoadGurgaon Get Directions
2 Doctors
2 Specialities
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QI Spine Clinic - Punjabi Bagh

No.30 N.W.A. Club Road, Near Bikanervala, Punjabi Bagh Extn, Punjabi BaghDelhi Get Directions
2 Doctors
2 Specialities
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QI Spine Clinic - Ghatkopar East

Mukteshwari Building, R.B.Mehta Marg, Opposite Satyam Shopping Center, Ghatkopar EastMumbai Get Directions
7 Doctors
2 Specialities
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QI Spine Clinic - Worli

Shiv Smriti Chambers, UNIT Nos. 109/10/11/12, Dr.Annie Besant Road, Worli, MumbaiMumbai Get Directions
2 Doctors
2 Specialities
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QI Spine Clinic - LInking Road

No.6, Amrit Bhavan Building, Opposite ICICI Bank, Plot No.65/D, Linking Road, Santacruz WestMumbai Get Directions
2 Doctors
2 Specialities
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QI Spine Clinic - Boriwali West

Lokmanya Tilak Nagar, Maharashtra Nagar, Borivali West, MumbaiMumbai Get Directions
2 Doctors
2 Specialities
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QI Spine Clinic - Navi Mumbai

Unit No.9/10, 1st Floor, The Affaires Building, Opposite Bhoomiraj Costarica, Near Moraj Residency, Palm Beach Road, Sanpada, Navi MumbaiNavi Mumbai Get Directions
2 Doctors
2 Specialities
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QI Spine Clinic - Thane West

1st Floor, Niharika Shopping Center, Kanakia Spaces, Vasant Vihar, Off Pokhran Road No.2, Thane-WestThane Get Directions
2 Doctors
2 Specialities
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QI Spine Clinic - Powai

Unit No. 22/23/24, 2nd Floor, C-Wing, Lake Primrose, Lake Homes, Close To Lakme Salon, ChandivaliMumbai Get Directions
2 Doctors
2 Specialities
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Qi Spine Clinic - Dwarka

Sector-12/A, Plot No.28, 1st Floor, Above HDFC Bank, Near Bal Bharti Public School, Near Gitanjali Road, Landmarks : Little Away From Bal Bharti School & Above HDFC Bank, Entry From Back SideDelhi Get Directions
3 Doctors
2 Specialities
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QI Spine Clinic - Karkardooma

Unit No.430 ,1st Floor, Roli Impex, Jagriti Enclave, Bhartendu Harish Chandra Marg, Near Karkardooma Metro StationDelhi Get Directions
3 Doctors
2 Specialities
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QI Spine Clinic - Andheri

Unit.207, 2nd Floor, Landmark : Building, Link Road, Opposte Infinity Citi Mall, Andheri-WestMumbai Get Directions
2 Doctors
2 Specialities
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QI Spine Clinic - Churchgate

2nd Floor, Manek Mahal, Next to Ambassador Hotel, Opp Tanishq Showroom, Veer Nariman Road, ChurchgateMumbai Get Directions
3 Doctors
2 Specialities
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QI Spine Clinic - Noida

Chokhani Towers, 6th Floor Opp Sec-18 Metro Station,, P-1, Captain Vijyant Thapar Marg, P Block, Pocket A, Sector -18Noida Get Directions
1 Doctor
1 Speciality
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7 Things You Didn t Know About Back Pain

Spine and Pain Specialist, Mumbai
7 Things You Didn t Know About Back Pain

Back pain has become so prevalent that it now costs the country more than cancer and diabetes treatment combined. More and more people are realizing just how widespread this problem has become; unfortunately, this has led to a lot of myths and misunderstanding about back pain. Here are 7 surprising things you probably don’t know about back pain.


 

1. Back Pain is extremely common

Research shows 80% of people will experience an episode of back pain during their lifetime. Most acute back pain is the result of simple strains or sprains and the prognosis is excellent. Within the first two weeks of an acute episode of pain, most people will report a significant improvement in their symptoms and almost 85% of people recover fully within 3 months.

However, if your back pain becomes persistent, do not ignore it as it could indicate a more serious problem such as a disc herniation. Only a very small number of people develop long-standing, disabling problems.
 

2. MRI & X-Ray Tests don’t show the full picture

Earlier it was believed that an X-ray or an MRI scan was the best way to diagnose the root cause of back pain but we now know that this is most often not the case. These scans can show problems with structures in the back such as vertebral fractures or disc bulges but they cannot pinpoint weak muscles.

 85% of back pain is mechanical which means that X-Rays and MRIs are of little to no help. However, newer and advanced diagnostics like Digital Spine Analysis can help pinpoint and isolate the exact cause of back pain making treatment of back pain more precise.
 

3. Bed rest is not helpful

Resting immediately after an injury will help to prevent further aggravation but it is important to resume your regular activities gradually, including work and hobbies, as this prevents your muscles from weakening even further.

In contrast, prolonged bed rest is unhelpful, and is associated with higher levels of pain, greater disability, poorer recovery and longer absence from work. In fact, it appears that the longer a person stays in bed because of back pain, the worse the pain becomes.

4. Surgery is rarely needed

Only a small percentage of people (less than 2%) with back pain require surgery. Most people with back pain can recover by identifying the factors which are involved in their pain, staying active, and engaging in exercises that help to eliminate the root cause of their pain. This will help most people continue their daily routine without the need for back surgery.

Studies show that on average, the results for spinal surgery are no better in the medium and long-term than non-surgical interventions, such as targeted exercise.
 

5. The perfect sitting posture may not exist

Should we all sit up straight? Contrary to popular belief, there is no specific static sitting posture that has been shown to prevent or reduce back pain. Different sitting postures suit different people, with some people reporting more pain from sitting straight while others from slouching. So while slouching gets a bad rap, there is no scientific evidence to support its ill effects. In fact, many people with back pain can adopt a very rigid posture (eg sitting extremely upright) with little change in their symptoms.

The ability to change our posture, instead of maintaining the same posture, together with learning to move in a confident, relaxed and variable manner is important for people with back pain.6

6. Poor sleep influences back pain

When someone has pain, a good night’s sleep can be hard to get. However, it works both ways as sleep problems can lead to back pain. Studies show that 53% of people with chronic low back pain also suffer from insomnia. So, improving sleeping routine and habits can be very helpful in reducing back pain.

7. The only way to treat back pain is to find its root cause

Back pain treatment involves identifying the root cause of the back pain and then targeting the treatment towards it. Injections and medications will only help to prevent pain signals from reaching your brain but they do not stimulate the healing process. Exercise in a controlled, gradual, and progressive manner is the only way to stimulate the healing process.

How a customized treatment plan can help cure back pain permanently

A customized treatment plan focuses on an individual’s goals. Back pain treatment involves education about the correct postures and ergonomics, specific controlled movements, device based therapy, and spinal mobilizations. Treatment for back pain focuses on correcting inefficient muscles and achieving the planned functional goals.

Isolation Treatment is an established and proven treatment methodology delivered by spine specialists through the use of unique medical protocols and advanced technology. Our initial detailed assessment and diagnostic procedure called Digital Spine Analysis (DSA) identifies the specific deficiencies in muscular strength and flexibility which in-turn cause pain. This medical report provides the basis for a customized treatment program (ASMR), where the identified muscle groups are targeted and isolated through the use of advanced technology to accelerate their regeneration. This provides lasting pain relief with improved flexibility and mobility and improves overall quality of life.

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Hello, My mother is having some hardness in a specific area at lower back. By touching one feels a hardness. Now she is having pain in that area. Please let me know whether we should consult a doctor. Or what type of treatment we should go for?

Spine and Pain Specialist, Mumbai
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My mother is having some hardness in a specific area at lower back. By touching one feels a hardness. Now she ...
You should consult a spine specialist for this. Spine Rehabilitation & microstimulation can help in such cases.
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I have lower back pain and it radiates to thighs and knees especially left and also pain in shoulder. I have little lower back pain from a while but from 4-5 days this problem is happening. Please tell me any exercises and or medicine names.

Spine and Pain Specialist, Mumbai
I have lower back pain and it radiates to thighs and knees especially left and also pain in shoulder. I have little l...
Hi lybrate-user ,radiating pain could be a sign of something serious. Painkillers in this case will only supress the pain but not cure it. Frequency specific Microstimulation is a new technology which not only reduces pain but accelerates healing of your muscle tissues. A comprehensive pain management and rehabilitation plan will provide long term relief. Please contact us on Lybrate.
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