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Dr. Chandrasekar Chikkamuniyappa

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, Fellowship in Joint Replacement

Orthopedist, Bangalore

31 Years Experience  ·  0 - 300 at clinic
Dr. Chandrasekar Chikkamuniyappa MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, Fellowship in Joint Replacement Orthopedist, Bangalore
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My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them....more
My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them.
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Dr. Chandrasekar Chikkamuniyappa is a popular Orthopedist in Yeshwanthpur, Bangalore. He has had many happy patients in his 31 years of journey as a Orthopedist. He studied and completed MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, Fellowship in Joint Replacement . He is currently practising at People Tree Hospitals in Yeshwanthpur, Bangalore. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Chandrasekar Chikkamuniyappa on Lybrate.com.

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Education
MBBS - Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, Bangalore - 1992
MS - Orthopaedics - Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, Bangalore - 1986
Fellowship in Joint Replacement - Ranawat Orthopaedic Centre, USA - 2011
Awards and Recognitions
Fully Qualified ATLS Instructor [Advanced Trauma Life Support] Certified By The Royal College of Surgeons, England
Aryabhata International Award
Has Written Articles For Such Peer,Reviewed Publications As The Journal Of Bone And Joint Surgery, American Journal Of Hand Surgery
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Fred Heatley Award, London
Professional Memberships
Karnataka Orthopaedic Association
Bangalore Orthopaedic Society
Ranawat Orthopaedic Research Foundation

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My wife age 55 , Due to osteo arthritis in knee since last 3 month . Taken physiotherapy since last 35 days , tablets bio d3 max and joint ace dn once daily each. What should be more care taken as well any more medicine ?

Fellowship in Shoulder and Knee Surgeries, DNB (Orthopedics), Diploma In Orthopaedics (D. Ortho), MBBS
Orthopedist, Nagpur
Continue physiotherapy if she is feeling good. Otherwise meet Knee specialist. Dr Prashant Parate. Shoulder and Knee specialist.
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I have a sitting job and am suffering from chronic pain in lower back. X ray shows no problem with bones. But pain is not subsiding with medication. physiotherapist exercises have provided sm relief but not 100%. Have tried homeopathic and Ayurveda as well. Kindly suggest.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Just check out your posture while sitting. Is the chair ergonomically designed that is there is no undue strain on the back muscl es. Check out for any abnormalities in kidney by checking your renal functioning tests. Try taking small breaks in-between. Ensure to take a well balanced diet.
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I am suffering from chikungunya, please provide me d best available remedies to cure this severe joint suffering diseases.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I will suggest you to eat nutritious home made food with adequate fluid intake and take physical rest and For pain take tablet paracetamol 650 mg eight hourly
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I have pain on my neck and back. I got medicines but that is not much effectable. What should I do? Please help me.

MBBS, cc USG
General Physician, Gurgaon
Hello, kindly follow advises given below 1. Avoid using computers continuously, take rest for 5 min after working for half an hour 2. In pain free interval do neck exercise (kindly learn exercise by registered trainer) 3. You can use thin pillow while sleeping so that normal posture of neck can be maintained 4. Maintain proper posture of body while watching tv/ studying kindly go for cervical x ray ap and lateral and review with reports consult orthopeditian for further management.
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My grand mother is 70 years old she has swollen on her both legs .past 6-7 months .every test were done .Egc, echo, urine, ct scan ,x- ray of chest ,blood test. When she walk I gives pain. Which medicine is best of this problem.

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Thane
Hi lybrate-user, would be wise to get your granny's knees checked. Her pain may be due to Knee Arthritis. Kindly get the xray of both her knees in standing position AP and Lateral views.
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Every night I am having a leg pain I am not able to bear it anymore can you suggest something and also I m getting some dehydration problem do suggest me something.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition, B.Sc. - Dietitics / Nutrition, Post Graduate Diploma in Health and Family Welfare
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Chandigarh
Hello lybrate-user, I suggest that you get your vitamin d and sodium test done. Vitamin d deficiency can cause leg pain and sodium water imbalance can cause dehydration.
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I m 23 years old, and I have right knee ligament injury from 3 month, I have met several Dr, after 2 month one Dr. said its not ligament injury and he took out some water and pain decreased by 70% but, some times it still pain what may causes. Did it because of ligament injury or not.

MD(EH)/AM/Accupressure
Acupressurist, Chandigarh
You may rake cal. Phos 12 x daily two tablets. In the morning and two tablets at night for one week. Also take natrum mur 12 x two tablets at about 4.00 pm.
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I have muscles pain in all of my boby as well as joint are paining alot. What should I do.

D.A.M.S( A. M.), D.AC/B.E.M.S
Acupressurist, Mumbai
HI, YOU SHOULD TAKE ACUPRESSURE THERAPY. TAKE BIOCHEMIC FERRUM PHOS 12X+NAT SULPH 6X. 4 TAB EACH THRICE A DAY WITH WARM WATER.
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I am 40 years old woman and I am having pain in my joints since 2 years. Please suggest me how I can come up with this.

BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Kota
Dear you can do Joints pain k liyyye………………. Jumping into a workout without first warming up your muscles can increase joint pain, especially after age 40, says David Kruse, MD, a board certified sports medicine specialist with Hoag Orthopedic Institute in Irvine, CA" Joints hurt more when muscles and tendons are stiff. As we age, our joint mobility and tissue flexibility decline; a thorough warm-up helps accommodate these changes. It doesn’t have to be long and it doesn’t have to complicated: Five minutes of light movement, like an easy walk, is all you need to get that blood flowing, warm up your muscles, and get them ready for the task at hand. Use a foam roller. Joint pain can feel worse when your fascia (the elastic, weblike matrix of fibrous connective tissue that supports, binds, or separates your other tissues, joints, and organs), becomes dry and brittle—something that happens as we age. Ideally, your fascia acts a cushion for your joints, and helps to protect them from impact during exercise, says Sue Hitzmann, an exercise physiologist and creator of The Melt Method. The more hydrated your fascia, the more cushion you get. Creating gentle compression with a soft foam roller helps rehydrate your fascia by stimulating its cells and helping fluid move back into that tissue, says Hitzmann. While research shows that foam rolling before or after your workout can minimize discomfort, Hitzmann says that even doing it three times a week can reduce joint pain by about half. Get started with these 4 foam rolling exercises. 3. Shake things up. If you want to avoid overuse injuries—not to mention burnout and boredom—you know it’s not a great idea to do the same routine every single day. But mixing up your workouts is even more important if you have achy joints or arthritis, says Kruse. Muscles are involved in the control and function of joints; when they’re weak from overuse, your joint is forced to take on more impact. (So if you’re pushing through a run with overworked quads, for instance, you’re likely to feel it in your knees.) Instead, mix up high-impact activities, like running, with something a little more gentle—think swimming, biking, yoga, or Pilates—once or twice a week. I hope you will fittt and fine thnx dear……………
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I am 22 years old male. I have backache for last 1 month. I use pain relief ointment but it did not work. So what can I do now?

Hand Surgery, M.S. (Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Ahmedabad
Dear you need time to practice and have to do warm up exercises and train in a gradual process building your stamina to avoid sports injuries. I think you have knee cap problem or overuse injury to some muscles around your knee. So slow down and apply ice after work up.
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I am studying b. Com I am studying by siting aside. Now I had a neck pain. What is to do? Please answer me!

BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Mumbai
Hi lybrate-user it is to do with the postion in which you r sitting constanly flexion of neck while studying try to avoid that use hot water bag therapy get up after every hr or so have good amt of water salads and proper amt of food.
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I am a thirty years old. I have 100 kilo grams weight. I have pain in left side foot since five years. Please give some suggestions.

Hand Surgery, M.S. (Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Ahmedabad
Dear I think you should have a diagnosis of you want to get rid of your pain. We can treat you accordingly.
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Sir I have pain in back side of head frequently until I will take the nicip nimesulide tablet.

MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
avoid toward bending and do isometrics exercises .avoid computer work otherwise physiotherapy treatment
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Its been 4 years m feeling pain in my back and I consult with many doctors but it remains same as it was please help me how can I overcome from this pain.

MD-Ayurveda, Basic Life Support (B.L.S), Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Ahmednagar
Do blood test like serum calcium vitamin b12 vitamin d3. Send reports to help you. Start capsule arthorich twice daily after food for 5 days.
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My mother is 48 years old. She is facing the problem of legs and back pain like many women of her age faces. What she can do to cute from this problem.

M.P.T-Ortho, Bachelor of physiotherapy
Physiotherapist,
Take rest properly. Avoid forward bending and heavy lifting. Avoid prolonged sitting and standing. Take hot fermentation. Do walk daily. Back muscles strengthening exercises are very helpful. Can take physiotherapy treatment.
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Lower Back Pain - Ways You Can Manage It With Physiotherapy!

Diploma in Rehabilitation (Physiotherapy), DPT
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Lower Back Pain - Ways You Can Manage It With Physiotherapy!

Patients experiencing low back pain are regularly recommended to a physiotherapist for exercise based recovery. This is done before a patient considers other aggressive options like back surgery. The objectives of exercise based recovery are to eliminate back pain, increase functioning and educate the patient about a regular pain prevention program for back pain in the future.

Low back stiffness is to a great extent dependent on the abdomen and lower back muscles. The abdominal muscles give support by putting pressure on the abdomen, which is then exerted, on the spine. This provides an external support column from the front of the spine. The low back muscles balance out the spine. Simply put, the hard spine and circles are surrounded by muscles, and the stronger these particular muscles are, the less strain is put on the plates and joints of the spine. The patient needs to develop a belt of muscles around the spine.

Most physiotherapy methods that are intended to treat low back pain and some radicular pain (pain extending down the leg), include a number of the following kinds of activities:

  1. Stretching: Appropriate stretching of the muscles alongside dynamic activity will keep up the usual scope of movement and give alleviation to muscles. These are the muscles that are gradually shrinking or are an ill fit from wrong stance or nerve aggravation. For some patients it is best to follow a stretching schedule that has been exclusively made for them by their physiotherapist.
  2. Dynamic exercises: These activities include the use of a number of activities that might include exercising balls, adjusting machines or particular balancing out activities. The purpose of stabilization activity is to strengthen the muscles of the spine and backing the spine through different scopes of movement.
  3. Core strengthening exercises: These are particular activities to strengthen the abs and low back muscles (erector spinae) to give the previously mentioned 'belt of muscle' around the spine.
  4. Abdominal strengthening: These kinds of exercises include sit-ups, crunches, stomach machines, and leg raises.
  5. Hyperextensions: These can be performed on machines or by lying on the stomach and gradually raising the stomach off the ground. This activity uses the lower back muscles to "hyperextend" the spine. Make sure not to do it with sudden jerks. The stretch should be slow and gradual to prevent ligament tear from happening.
  6. Lumbar traction: With lumbar traction, the patient lies on his back and is secured on a special table with a link or cable coming from the foot-end of the table that joins to a strap that has been set around the patient's hips. The link or cable is connected to weights at the foot-end of the table that gives a consistent and soft pulling power on the hips toward the foot-end of the table.
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I am 20 years old male. I have back pain in continues 4-5 years. I am used in pain relief ointment. Please any suggestions in the case.

BPTh/BPT, MPTh/MPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
Bhujang Asana – Lie flat on your stomach, keeping the palms out, bend the neck backward, take a deep breath and while holding it for 6 seconds, raise the chest up. Release breath and relax your body. Repeat the exercise 15 times twice daily.
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My grandpa is of age 80. He has a knee pain. He afraid of operation as it may success or may not. He used to buy some pain relieving oil apply on his knee. Kindly suggest any treatment for it please

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Delhi
Your grandpa is most probably are suffering from oa of knee. Knee surgery-total knee replacement (tkr) is quite safe & gives uniformly good results, in our hands. We have well equipped centers in delhi. Do ask for detailed treatment plan. Surgery should be done when patient is still active & will be able to take benefit of surgery. Do not ignore. It could be beginning of a serious problem. Kindly show me x rays before a final decision can be taken. You will be thoroughly investigated before surgery is under taken. Risk in surgery is less than the risk in crossing road.
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Hi, i am 30 years old. Last 4 l have suffering stomach problems. Within one year 10 kg waitloss. Normally no stomach pain. Stool is toxic and smell. Gas and bloating. Nerves and joints pain. Sleeping is not good. Please advice.

MS, D.ORTHO, MBBS
General Surgeon, Kolkata
Usg whole abdomen, stool for routine examination & occult blood. Consult a surgeon. Don't ignore your weight loss.
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My daughter has got grade 2 anterolisthesis in her L5-S1 vertebrae. What exercise should she do?

MD, MBBS
General Physician, Noida
Anterolisthesis is another term for spondylolisthesis. Anterolisthesis is a spine condition in which the upper vertebral body, the drum-shaped area in front of each vertebrae, slips forward onto the vertebra below. The amount of slippage is graded on a scale from 1 to 4. Grade 1 is mild (less than 25% slippage), while grade 4 is severe (greater than 75% slippage). Patients are advised to stop the activity or sport that evokes the back pain for up to 12 weeks, and may need a brace if pain is not adequately relieved. Usually most orthopedic experts recommend a non-operative management to begin with. Customized exercise and pain management programs to help the patients to get back to as normal as possible pain-free life. These programs generally (2-3 times/week) last for approximately 1-2 months based on individual response. These consist of electrical stimulation, ultrasound, or modalities such as massage, heat, manual therapy, ice, and graduated core stabilization and strengthening exercises to recondition the back and abdominal muscles. Re-aligning the spine by postural training, ergonomic changes to decrease straining at work, injury prevention, back safety education on proper lifting and repetitive motion, support braces as needed, breathing/relaxation techniques to reduce pain & muscle tension and, and lifestyle modifications are other strategies often employed. Operative management may be needed in some of the following situations - If a trial of non-operative management fails, - if dynamic radiological assessment shows excessive abnormal mobility of the involved verteba (during flexion and extension, or - if there is progressive neurological deficit. So far exercises in this condition are concerned, they should be customized as per individual. In general, when there has been slippage, the vertebrae tends to slip "forward" (towards the belly button) over the one below it. Due to the structure of the lumbar spine, it just makes sense that the vertebrae would slip "forward" and not "backward" Don't do any bending forward. Do a lot of extension exercises (arching the back) But keep the arching within limits, because extreme arching for is not good.
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