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Soorya Physiotherapy Clinic

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Near Bangalore Central 2nd Cross Bellandur Bangalore
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Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Physiotherapist.Our entire team is dedicated to providing you with the personalized, gentle care that you......more
Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Physiotherapist.Our entire team is dedicated to providing you with the personalized, gentle care that you deserve. All our staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.
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Soorya Physiotherapy Clinic is known for housing experienced Physiotherapists. Dr. Arun G Koshy, a well-reputed Physiotherapist, practices in Bangalore. Visit this medical health centre for Physiotherapists recommended by 95 patients.

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05:00 PM - 09:00 PM

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Near Bangalore Central 2nd Cross Bellandur
Bellandur Bangalore, Karnataka - 560103
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Dr. Arun G Koshy

MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy
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11 Years experience
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Back Pain - Can Acupuncture Reduce It?

Back Pain - Can Acupuncture Reduce It?

Almost 8 out of 10 individuals have low back pain eventually in life. It is one of the top reasons people look for medical treatment. It is likewise the number one reported reason for acupuncture therapy.

Acupuncture started in China over 2,500 years back. It includes inserting slim needles at specific points on the body. As per traditional Chinese practices, the body has more than 2,000 of these points. They are associated by pathways or meridians, which make a stream of energy called Qi (pronounced "chee").

The impacts originate from the centre of our nervous system. The release of chemicals into the muscles, spinal rope, and cerebrum are then triggered.

The process:

  1. To begin with, your acupuncturist will get some information about your medical history. This will help him in exploring the various trouble giving points as avoiding those that may lead to an aggravation of the problem. Also, with this information, the acupuncturist will also be able to arrive at the exact treatment that will suit your body and system, as well as the symptoms that you may be experiencing.
  2. He or she will then examine your tongue's shape, shading, and covering, feel your heartbeat, and perhaps play out some extra physical examinations depending upon your health. This helps in understanding the various patterns related to sleep, exercise, diet and digestion. In keeping with these findings, the acupuncturist will then home in on the exact points that require treatment.
  3. Keeping the aforementioned in mind, he/she will then appoint the appropriate treatment plan to address your specific condition.
  4. To start the needle therapy treatment, you lay easily on a treatment table while exact acupoints are determined on different points of your back.
  5. Lastly, the fine needles are then tenderly set. The needles are usually sterilised and new before they are inserted.

Benefits for back pain:

  1. It enhances the body's self-healing process by stimulating the acupuncture points.
  2. Releases your body from chronic pain and specifically helps the lumbar region in better balance so that back pain is avoided.
  3. This method warms the body and creates a more congenial environment for pain-free good health.
  4. Protects it against pathogens.
  5. Contains natural liquids. Changes those liquids into other usable types of energy for the body.
  6. Strengthens the immune system.
  7. Improves sleep.
  8. Improves the digestive framework.
  9. Gives you a sense of well-being

Apart from infrequent throbbing and soreness at the acupoints, there are no such side effects if you visit an established acupuncturist. If practised by an experienced acupuncturist, the technique is highly effective and beneficial. Additionally, acupuncture is the safest therapy for back pain.

Individuals suffering from continuous back pain have observed needle therapy to be useful. Numerous Pain Clinics now utilize needle therapy as a standard treatment.

Is there chance of kidney failure because of taking the medicine for ankylosing spondylitis.

Is there chance of kidney failure because of taking the medicine for ankylosing spondylitis.
Hello lybrate-user, ankylosing spondylitis is the disorder which cause pain in neck and numbness in upper limb. The medicine which are generally prescribed for these symptoms are mainly pain killers. Limited use of pain killers doesn't cause any serious complications. But if you take these tablets continue or in unlimited use, then there may be it cause complications like kidney disorder. So use these tablets for limited use. Pain is so severe that you cannot bear it then take these pills. If pain is bearable then conectarte on massage, yoga, exercise which make your muscles strong. Thank you,

From last 5 days I had a pain in my thighs and knee, and it is worse while I am standing, shown to Dr. and they had told me there is nerve pinched between l3 and l4. Dr. has prescribed my following medicine but there is no improvement. A) lyrica 75 mg b) acreron Mr. please help me.

From last 5 days I had a pain in my thighs and knee, and it is worse while I am standing, shown to Dr. and they had t...
Hello dear Lybrate user if there is no improvement then you might require other options. Roughly treatment of lumbar disc herniation will vary depend on clinico radiological correlation 1.phsyio and meds 2.pain block 3.surgical intervention.
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Meniscus Tear - Know More About It!

Meniscus Tear - Know More About It!

A meniscus tear is a common injury associated with the knee. The meniscus acts a defensive shield, providing a much-needed cushion to the knees, keeping it stable and injury free. Each knee joints contain two menisci located between the tibia and the femur. In this article, we will discuss important details related to meniscus tear to help you understand the injury better.

Facts related to a Meniscus Tear

  1. A meniscus tear can affect all and sundry. However, sportspersons (especially those associated with soccer, tennis, football, and basketball) and aged people are more susceptible to the condition.
  2. As per Boston Children's Hospital, of late there has been a steady rise among children suffering from the meniscus tear.
  3. Osteoarthritis may act as a catalyst, accelerating the chances of a meniscus tear.
  4. In most of the times, a meniscus tear occurs when you exert immense pressure on the knee joints such as lifting a heavy object or suddenly standing up from a squatting position. With age, the meniscus is known to suffer from natural wear and tear resulting in the injury.
  5. As already mentioned, there are two menisci present in each knee joints. The one present inside the knee joint is called Medial Meniscus. Lateral Meniscus is the one present on the outer part of the joint.
  6. Depending on the extent and severity of the injury, a meniscus tear may be
    • A minor tear: This is a small injury accompanied by mild pain and swelling which may last for not more than 2-3 weeks.
    • A moderate tear: The injury results in pain that are concentrated mainly around the center or the sides of the knee. The swelling goes from bad to worse over the next 2-3 days, with the person facing discomfort while bending their knee. The knee also stiffens. You may be relieved of the symptoms within a week or two but overusing the knee or twisting it may cause a relapse.
    • A severe tear: True to its name, your knee is the worst affected in this case. The cartilage tear may be such that the torn pieces get lodged in between the joint spaces causing the knee to lock, pop or even catch. A person experiences unbearable pain and discomfort along with stiffness and swelling (can be immediately following the injury or within 2-3 days). In the case of a severe meniscus tear, a person may not be able to straighten the knee at all (without treatment and medical intervention)

Treatment for a meniscus tear may be surgical or nonsurgical.
The nonsurgical treatment involves the application of cold compress on the affected area. The person needs to take ample rest exerting minimum pressure on the affected knee. Physiotherapy and strengthening exercise can go a long way in improving the condition. To reduce the pain and swelling, the doctor may prescribe painkillers and NSAIDs (Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs). Keep the knee elevated. The use of elastic wraps may be helpful.

In extreme cases, surgery may help to treat the injury and the associated symptoms.

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Respected Dr. G I got my accident on 8th april nd my leg was fractured from right hand side near from knee nd Dr. operated it by screw. Now please tell me how many days I wait for walk without any help. Regards arvind.

Respected Dr. G I got my accident on 8th april nd my leg was fractured from right hand side near from knee nd Dr. ope...
Hello, post any type of fracture the first line of treatment is surgery or plaster depending on the type of injury to fix the joint or bone in proper biomechanics way so that it promotes healing of damaged bone or joint. The natural healing time is upto 1 yr. Surgery plays 50 percent role while other 50 percent role is played by physiotherapy to recover functional movements. Physiotherapy rehab is must for all type of post operative cases to improve quality of life through improving following parameters. 1. Muscle strength, flexibility. 2. Range of motion. 3. Neuro muscular coordination. 4. Cardiorespiratory endurance. 5. Balance. Thats how physiotherapy treatment post surgery will help regain movement in adls (activities of daily living) which includes walking, standing, sitting, bending, turning etc. Also recovery depends on. 1. How successfully surgery was done. 2. Regular physiotherapy treatment under observation. 3. Active participation of patient. 4. Do's & don'ts. Etc. You can book an appointment with us for physiotherapy treatment.
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Hi Sir, I am getting pains on my foot and wrist and on the bone both legs.

Hi Sir, I am getting pains on my foot and wrist and on the bone both legs.
Just go for a routine medical examination with a doctor so that the reason for the problems can be found. Sometimes the pain subsides with proper diet and daily exercise. Kindly read about healthy diet (balanced diet) and some exercises to keep the body fit and healthy. Yoga can be a good option. You can also start homeopathy which helps in natural healing. You can contact me if the complaints persist.

I have pain in right hip joint which seems to tip of the thigh bone. What is its cause and how can the pain be dealt with.

I have pain in right hip joint which seems to tip of the thigh bone. What is its cause and how can the pain be dealt ...
These are some of the conditions that commonly cause hip pain: arthritis. Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are among the most common causes of hip pain or it can be because of bursitis, tendinitis or muscle or tendon strain, etc. You can relieve hip pain is by holding ice to the area for about 15 minutes a few times a day. Try to rest the affected joint as much as possible until you feel better. You may also try heating the area. A warm bath or shower can help ready your muscle for stretching exercises that can lessen pain. If you have arthritis, exercising the hip joint with low-impact exercises, stretching, and resistance training can reduce pain and improve joint mobility. For example, swimming is a good non-impact exercise for arthritis. Physical therapy can also help increase your range of motion. You need to take treatment for this.