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THE ZUSAANLI MULTI THERAPY CLINIC

Acupuncturist Clinic

NO 45, TC MAIN ROAD, MV NAGAR, RAM MURTHY NAGAR, BANGALORE BANGALORE
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THE ZUSAANLI MULTI THERAPY CLINIC Acupuncturist Clinic NO 45, TC MAIN ROAD, MV NAGAR, RAM MURTHY NAGAR, BANGALORE BANGALORE
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By combining excellent care with a state-of-the-art facility we strive to provide you with quality health care. We thank you for your interest in our services and the trust you have place......more
By combining excellent care with a state-of-the-art facility we strive to provide you with quality health care. We thank you for your interest in our services and the trust you have placed in us.
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THE ZUSAANLI MULTI THERAPY CLINIC is known for housing experienced Acupuncturists. Dr. Kg Manoj Unnithan, a well-reputed Acupuncturist, practices in BANGALORE. Visit this medical health centre for Acupuncturists recommended by 78 patients.

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BANGALORE, Karnataka - 560016
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Dr. Kg Manoj Unnithan

Diploma in Acupuncture
Acupuncturist
10 Years experience
200 at clinic
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My mother is 65 & had recent started complain about a knee pain, she walk good 2-3 kms without any issue, however once she sits down & while getting up her nee pains In addition to this she also is not getting enough hold from her left hand thumb, she is not getting strength by the thumb of her hand and has slight pain, which specialist should I visit, also wat can be the reason for these kind of issue, she does not have any previous medical condition, however take BP tablets daily.

B.P.Th, Physiotherapy/Occupational Therapy Assistant Program
Physiotherapist, Mumbai
My mother is 65 & had recent started complain about a knee pain, she walk good 2-3 kms without any issue, however onc...
Hello lybrate-user, This is a classic knee pain problem been observed in women due to various reasons. It clould be due to low levels of calcium, hormonal changes in the body, post menopause effect in balance of hormones mainly estrogen and other degenerative changes. To start with, you can ask your mother to do some exercises which might be helpful to decrease her knee pain, 1. Apply ice pack on the knee for 15 mins with her legs elevated upto 45 degrees (use 2-3 pillows) 2. Push knee down while sitting or lying in the bed, hold for 5 seconds and relax, do 10 times 3. Avoid sitting cross legged for certaiin days until pain goes down 4. Make her sit on a high raise bed and ask her to move her knee in circles like a pendulum, this will open the joint space in the knee and allow better range and movement for daily activities. Do this 20-25 times anticlockwise and clockwise, also back and forth ** Take regular medicines on time ** Drink milk and eat calcium rich food items. Further questions? Please ask me again, Thank you,
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How increase our wight. My age is 18 and I have tried to increase wait but I not possible.

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
How increase our wight. My age is 18 and I have tried to increase wait but I not possible.
Don't drink water before meals. This can fill your stomach and make it harder to get in enough calories. Eat more often. Squeeze in an additional meal or snack whenever you can, such as before bed. Drink milk. Drinking whole milk to quench thirst is a simple way to get in more high-quality protein and calories. Try weight gainer shakes. If you’re really struggling then you can try weight gainer shakes. These are very high in protein, carbs and calories. Use bigger plates. Definitely use large plates if you’re trying to get in more calories, as smaller plates cause people to automatically eat less. Add cream to your coffee. This is a simple way to add in more calories. Get quality sleep. Sleeping properly is very important for muscle growth. Don't smoke. Smokers tend to weigh less than non-smokers, and quitting smoking often leads to weight gain.
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I am 19 years old less hungry sometimes and feeling stomach is full eating less food how to eat more and Increase my weight present my weight is 45 kgs I consultant a general physician he says there is no problem in internally he gave some syrup and tablets much better but problem not completely solved please suggest solution.

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
I am 19 years old less hungry sometimes and feeling stomach is full eating less food how to eat more and Increase my ...
U should eat frequently even if small amount. U can do following-- 1. Exercise in the form of yoga, cycling, Swimming, gymming, walking etc. 2. Take your breakfast every day. Don't skip it. 3. Have light meals every 2 hours (in addition to your breakfast, lunch n dinner) e.g. Nariyal paani, chaach, a handful of dry fruits, a handful of peanuts, seasonal fruit, a cup of curd/milk etc 4. Finish your dinner at least 2 hours before going to sleep. 5. Maintain active life style 6. Avoid fast foods, spicy n fried foods 7.Take a lot of green vegetables n fruit. It contains a lot of fiber which will help reduce tendency for constipation 8. Drink lot of water. For more details you can consult me.
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Hi, I just want to know about Fat lose and muscle gaining Indian diet. Please suggest me

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Dietitian/Nutritionist, Rudrapur
Hi, I just want to know about Fat lose and muscle gaining Indian diet. Please suggest me
Good to hear fat loss & muscle gain. It's a huge science behind, consult privately if you want to understand concept.
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Respected sir, I have been diagnosed to have osteoarthritis of my right knee 1.5 years back. I have been having difficulty in walking (limp) and I get pain in my knee when after walking for a distance since 2 years. A doctor had advised me to do knee exercises which I am doing right now. How do I see to it that the condition doesn't progress? Thanking you.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Diploma In Orthopaedics (D. Ortho), DNB (Orthopedics)
Orthopedist, Tumkur
Respected sir,
I have been diagnosed to have osteoarthritis of my right knee 1.5 years back. I have been having diffi...
No one can stop progression only we can slow down. Just take enough of vitamin D3, calcium supplements. Do quadriceps strengthening exercises. At a later point in time you have to under go surgery.
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Osteopenia or Osteoporosis - Know More About It!

MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Delhi
Osteopenia or Osteoporosis - Know More About It!

Osteopenia is a medical condition that gradually causes thinning of bone mass. While the thinning mass is not considered as severe, the real danger looms when osteopenia aggravates to osteoporosis, resulting in a bone fracture. Osteopenia is mostly witnessed in people above the age of 50. The difference between the diagnosis of osteopenia and osteoporosis lies in the measure of bone density.

Osteoporosis, on the other hand, is the loss of bone mass due to the deficiency of calcium, magnesium, vitamin D and other minerals and vitamins. Osteoporosis can lead to broken bones, height loss, acute pain and humpback. It is estimated that over 54 million people in the US suffer from osteoporosis.

Bone mineral density (BMD):
The calcium deposit in the bone is measured by the bone mineral density (BMD) test. This test rightly estimates the chances of bone fracture in a person. Furthermore, it helps a doctor to distinguish between osteopenia and osteoporosis. Being non-invasive in nature, this test can be performed anytime on areas such as hip, shin bone, spine etc. BMD can either be measured by plain radiographs or DEXA. The latter is a form of X-ray that has lesser exposure to radiation. Post the test, a score is given based on the calcium availability of the bones.

How is a BMD comprehended?
Every BMD result is evaluated in the form of T-score. The T-score is derived by comparing the result of the BMD with a normal person in the 30’s having the same race and sex. The difference of score between a healthy individual and a patient affected with osteoporosis or osteopenia is referred to as Standard Deviation. A patient with a T-score in the range of (-1SD) to (-2.5SD) is considered a prime candidate for osteopenia. A patient having a T-score lesser than -2.5SD is diagnosed with osteoporosis.

Risk factor for osteopenia or osteoporosis:
While not everyone runs the risk of getting either osteopenia or osteoporosis, there are certain risk factors attached to it:

  1. Gender: Women run a higher risk of getting affected with osteopenia or osteoporosis.
  2. Race: Women who belong from the Caucasian or Asian origin run a higher risk of getting these diseases.
  3. Age: Most people tend to get these diseases above the age of 50. Humans have a tendency of losing close to 0.5 percent of bone every year after a certain age.
  4. Family history: A person with a family history of osteopenia or osteoporosis has more than 50% chance of getting either osteopenia or osteoporosis.
  5. Lifestyle: Poor diet, excessive smoking, alcohol, lack of exercising etc. goes a long way in contributing towards these diseases.

Unicondylar Knee Replacement - An Overview!

FFSEM, MFSEM, DIP - SEM GB & I, MCh - Orthopaedics, MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Hyderabad
Unicondylar Knee Replacement - An Overview!

Knee problems can be quite annoying but if this problem becomes regular, it brings life to a standstill. The movement becomes restricted. Many associated problems slowly crop up. Thus, it is best to nip the problem in the bud. While some people might experience a problem in the full knee, in some people, only a single compartment (tissue or cartilage) of the knee may be affected. For such patients, Unicondylar Knee Replacement comes as a blessing.

The Unicondylar knee replacement, also known as the Unicompartmental Knee Replacement or Partial Knee Replacement is the most sought-after knee replacement surgery. The surgery involves replacing only the worn out or affected part (cartilage) of the knee, thereby preserving the healthier cartilages and tissues of the knee.

In the last few years, incidences of osteoarthritis have been on the rise. The unicondylar knee replacement surgery has made life a lot easier for people suffering from osteoarthritis (a condition where the articular cartilage or the connective tissue present within the knee joint begins to wear out).

The unicondylar knee replacement is ideal for people with:

  • Severe osteoarthritis (Median or Lateral) that results in painful, swollen and stiffened knee.
  • Only a small portion of the knee is affected.
  • A person experiences great difficulty in movement.
  • People over 48 years of age are mostly advised to undergo this surgery. Many young people with osteoarthritis opt for this surgery.

However, the surgery may not be a wise idea for

  • A person with Rheumatoid Arthritis and Angular Deformity (acute).
  • A person whose larger portion of the knee is affected.
  • A person who had undergone osteotomy (surgical excision followed by reshaping of bones).
  • People with an unstable or weak knee should avoid this surgery.

Pre- surgery, a person should

  • Avoid taking any anti-inflammatory and herbal medicines (minimum 10 days before the surgery).
  • Get yourself medically examined for any health complications (that might interfere with surgery).
  • Follow a healthy lifestyle. Avoid smoking and drinking.

Procedure:

  • For the surgery, the patient is either given a general anesthesia or a spinal (or epidural) one.
  • Next, a compressing device (tourniquet) is put around the upper part of the thigh. This is done to avoid excessive blood loss during the surgery.
  • A 7cm incision is made over the knee.
  • The damaged parts (bones and cartilages) of the knee are then carefully removed.
  • The surgeon next replaces the excised parts with metallic implants. Once the metallic part fits into the knee, it is adhered to the bone with (or without) bone cement.
  • The surgeon then stitches the incised area, followed by dressing and bandage.

The recovery time is quick, between 3-4 weeks. However, the concerned person may require physiotherapy for the next 3-6 months.

Advantages:

  • The surgery is less invasive with a quick recovery time.
  • The surgery replaces only the affected knee part.
  • Blood transfusions are seldom required.
  • A person gets back to normal life faster.
  • The surgery requires less time (~ 1-2 hours).

You need to be careful about:

  1. Infection at the incision site, though it is very rare.
  2. Injury in blood vessel, ligaments, or nerves.
  3. Fracture in the bone
     
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Acupuncture - How Is It Helpful To Combat Pain?

MD - Acupuncture, Diploma In Accupuncture, Advanced Diploma In Accupuncture
Acupuncturist, Delhi
Acupuncture - How Is It Helpful To Combat Pain?

Conventional medicine treats pain with the help of medications; by either blocking the transmission of pain signals in the body or by correcting the underlying problems caused by the pain in the first place. However, traditional and alternative forms of medicine such as acupuncture manage pain issues within the body through the means of redirecting disrupted energy flows. One of the very few forms of alternative treatments used in conjunction with conventional treatments, acupuncture is seen as a mercurial rise in popularity in the past few decades.

What is acupuncture?

Acupuncture dates back to ancient China, about 2500 years ago. It has been widely practiced there for a number of millennia, not only pain relief, but also for treating many ailments. Acupuncture isn’t just considered a form of therapy, but a holistic form of medicine. Acupuncture works on the principle of the flow of energy within the body, also known as ‘Qi’, in traditional Chinese medicine. Acupuncture strives to correct the disruptions in ‘Qi’ that may cause pain by manipulating over 2000 of the specific pressure points within the body with the help of specially created needles.

Where is acupuncture effective?

Acupuncture is very effective in treating a host of ailments, especially in relieving the associated pain. Some of the areas where acupuncture has proven its effectiveness are:

1. Treating nausea and vomiting caused due to chemotherapy treatment for cancer patients
2.  Very useful in treating post-operative pain caused due to dental procedures
3.  Rehabilitating patients who have suffered strokes
4.  Fibromyalgia (musculo-skeletal pain with fatigue accompanied by sleep and memory issues) 
5.  Effective in combating withdrawal symptoms caused due to addiction
6.  Pain from menstrual cramps
7.  Tennis elbow
8.  Osteoarthritis (a type of arthritis caused due to the erosion of tissues present at the ends of one’s bones)
9.  Pain of the lower vertebrae within the spinal column
10. Asthma

How does acupuncture work within the body?

According to modern medicine, the specific pressure points utilized by acupuncture within the body help in releasing chemicals that can block or at least reduce pain. It encourages the flow of chemicals from the brain, which act as nerve and pain blockers. It also helps stimulate the muscles and nerve endings, which can lessen inflammation and thus help in reducing pain.

My mother is 50 years old and she have knee and back pain for long time please help her with this problem.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Diploma In Orthopaedics (D. Ortho), DNB (Orthopedics)
Orthopedist, Tumkur
My mother is 50 years old and she have knee and back pain for long time please help her with this problem.
It's necessary to get xray and if you have xray kindly post it. So that stage of osteoarthritis can be assessed and treatment plan can be decided.
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Hi, Why I have weak core muscles What is the reason of core muscles getting weak. please suggest me.

B.P.Th, Physiotherapy/Occupational Therapy Assistant Program
Physiotherapist, Mumbai
Hi lybrate-user, There are a number of reasons for your weak core muscles in the body, 1. Poor sitting or standing posture being into that for a longer period of time. To correct this, move your back and neck i.e. Stretch out all muscles and bend your back backwards every 1-2 hourly 2. Over the time, you are sustained to this poor posture so your main muscles which should work evenly are getting weak and all your other supporting muscles are taking over the action of your core muscles. For this, you must activate and make your core muscles strong ** Must do this: There is a tiny muscle sitting at the sides of your waist deep down and is weak and suppressing. To activate this, tuck your belly button inside without holding your breath for about 5 seconds and the relax your tummy. Keep practising it for 10-15 times. You will gradually develop your core strength after doing this. You can also do push ups aainst a wall within your comfort levels and chin tucks i.e. Push your neck behind without nodding and bending for 5 seconds and do 15 times. Further questions? Please do not hesitate to ask me again. Thank you.
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