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Dr. Jairam

Orthopedist, Bangalore

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Dr. Jairam is an experienced Orthopedist in Nagarbhavi, Bangalore. He is currently associated with Unity Life Life Hospital (India) Pvt.Ltd in Nagarbhavi, Bangalore. Book an appointment online with Dr. Jairam and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Unity Life Life Hospital (India) Pvt.Ltd

No.193 Ekadantha, 80 Feet Road 2nd Block 2nd Stage, Nagarabhavi Layout. Landmark:- Near Bda ComplexBangalore Get Directions
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I have issues regarding pain in my right ankle. I had a fracture earlier but after that too it pains sometimes after some hard work or walking more! Please help me.

BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Mumbai
I have issues regarding pain in my right ankle. I had a fracture earlier but after that too it pains sometimes after ...
Hi +wear soft padded footwear. +do stretching of calf muscles +learn strengthening exercise of ankle from physiotherapist. +take contrast bath at physio clinic. Wishing you a good health.
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I have pain in my right venus dimple. By venus dimple I mean the two indentations or small holes which are present near the sacro iliac joint. What could be the reason for it? I have consulted a physio and he is telling that I have anterior pelvic tilt on the right side. Can someone please explain properly to me the entire thing in detail?

Diploma in Diabetology, Pregnancy & Diabetes, Hypertension, Cardiovascular Prevention in Diabetes ,Thyroid
Sexologist, Sri Ganganagar
I have pain in my right venus dimple. By venus dimple I mean the two indentations or small holes which are present ne...
An anterior pelvic tilt is when your pelvis is rotated forward, which forces your spine to curve. It’s often caused by excessive sitting without enough exercise and stretching to counteract the effects of sitting all day. If you have an anterior pelvic tilt you may notice that the muscles in the front of your pelvis and thighs are tight, while the ones in the back are weak. Your gluteus and abdominal muscles may also be weak. All of this can cause: lower back pain hip and knee pain incorrect posture forced hip and knee rotations. IF YOU HAVE IT YOU CAN TEST IT BY THOMAS TEST AS FOLLOWS- Sit on the edge of a sturdy table. Lie back onto the table so that your legs hang off the table at the knee. Pull one of your legs in toward you, holding under your knee and bending your leg until it rests against your chest. Repeat with the other leg. If your pelvis is correctly aligned, the back of your resting leg will touch the table when you get into this position. If you need to extend the resting leg or rotate your leg or hip in order to touch the table, your front thigh muscles are tight. This likely signals a tilted pelvis.
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I ride bike, when I go on long drive I get pain in my back and I am not able to sit straight. Please help?

MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
I ride bike, when I go on long drive I get pain in my back and I am not able to sit straight. Please help?
Heat fermentation twice a day tk muscle relaxant medicine and do spine extension exercise and use lumbar belt with driving time avoid toward bending and tk soft pillow for back support in chair if it work then ok otherwise do physiotherapy for quick relief. Preventions must before treatment and after treatment.
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I have checked my uric acid and its level is 10.3, I have pains in joints and muscles mostly in legs. Please suggest me best treatment and precautions.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), DYA (DIPLOMA IN YOG & AYURVED), D.I.H.M (DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL HEALTH MANAGEMENT)
Ayurveda, Nashik
I have checked my uric acid and its level is 10.3, I have pains in joints and muscles mostly in legs. Please suggest ...
Avoid / reduce intake of non veg food. Exercise = yoga is reccomended for you, atleast do suryanamaskar. Start ayurvedic medicines & therapy like basti & raktamokshan.
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I want to know about cubital tunnel syndrome (entrapment of ulnar nerves at elbow) and its possible treatment.

BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Delhi
I want to know about cubital tunnel syndrome (entrapment of ulnar nerves at elbow) and its possible treatment.
Use a elbow band of your size. Do not lift heavy weights untill your pain subside. Hot fomentation at home. Ultrasonic therapy or laser therapy at physiotherapy clinic with tens and manipulation would cure your problem.
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I am having cervical spine pain. May be its spondylitis. Pls suggest some treatment. I work for hours in front of computers, is it the reason?

MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, Fellowship in Orthopaedic Rehabilitation (FOR)
Physiotherapist, Kolkata
I am having cervical spine pain. May be its spondylitis. Pls suggest some treatment. I work for hours in front of com...
Every neck pain is not Cervical Spondylosis/itis/lysis. The major reason also could be Biomechanical Misalignment, Muscular Tightness, reduced neck curvature etc. Your age is an important factor, what's your age? Any other associated medical diseases? The best Doctor to treat you is a Skilled Orthopedic Physiotherapist. For further details contact me to get best advice. Best wishes.
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When I climbing steps, I find an wear and tear sound in my right knee, y is it so and how to overcome it?

MPT, BPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
When I climbing steps, I find an wear and tear sound in my right knee, y is it so and how to overcome it?
Advice... Avoid sitting Cross legged. Avoid Squatting- Quadriceps Exercises- Lie straight, make a towel role and put it under the knee, press the keen against the role, hold it for 20 secs. Repeat 20 times twice a day. This will help relieve some pain. Core Strengthening Exercise- Straight Leg Raised With Toes Turned Outward, repeat 10 times, twice a
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60% of Back Pain in Humans Is Due to Disc

MPT, BPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
60% of Back Pain in Humans Is Due to Disc

THE INTERVERTEBRAL DISC

At its simplest, the spine gets most of its movement from each cotton reel sitting on its discal pillow and careening about in all directions.The back compartment has to control the movement.The intervertebral discs are the pillows and they are vital to the spine. Their high bursting pressure thrusts the vertebrae apart while at the same time gluing them together. Each has a vigorous incompressibility, like standing on a breadboard balanced on a beach ball. They give the spine aquivering up-thrusting romp which makes it whippy a light so it can tip around freely in the air without flopping over like a broken reed.Each disc consists of a squirting liquid centre called the nucleus and a tough meshed outer wall called the annulus fibrosis. The annulus in turn is made up of approximately twelve thin fibrous layers (called lamellae) which make up the wall. 

For maximum strength in bending, each successive lamella is made of fibers running in diagonally opposing directions,like the walls of a radial car tyre. This creates a tenacious multi-layered tubular lattice running around the rim of the disc which is bonded strongly to the vertebrae above and below. 

Thus the disc wall not only holds the vertebrae firmly together; it also keeps the nucleus under pressure.The lamellae at the back of the disc are even thinner and bunched closely together. 

This gives the inter space more freedom to pull apart so the spine can bend forward-its most frequent act-but it also means it is weaker, introducing a precarious trade-off between freedom to bend and the possibility that over-bending could break down the wall.Often the L5 discs are kidney-shaped, which exposes a longer flank and increases the holding power of the back wall. 

However , kidney-shaped discs have the disadvantage of rankling more inthe acute back corners when torsion strains are applied to the disc. You will see later how heavy duty lifting and twisting actions can make the wall perish at these points.

The nucleus of the disc has a unique molecular make-up which allows it to attract fluid to keep itself hydrated under pressure. (when healthy nuclear material is taken from a disc and set in a saucer of fluid it swells by 300 percent). This powerful attractive force from the nucleus maintains the high pressures within the disc so it is not squashed dry, as a normal sponge would be, by the powerful and ever-present forces bearing down upon it.When a disc is young,the nucleus is nearly 90 percent water but as it gets older it is less able to hold it. Even so, the strong suction on water creates very high intradiscal pressures. 

Apart from making the disc unsquashable, it forces the disc walls outwards, which has ingenious benefits for the spine. The strength of the walls fighting back against the outward force stiffens them and gives each link between the vertebrae invaluable tensile strength. 

This dynamically braces each link and keeps the spine taut all the way down its length.In the world of physics, a disc operating like this is called an ‘hydraulic sack’. Compression of a contained fluid results in forces being distributed outwards and evenly in all directions through that fluid. In the realm of backs, this is very important and the fluid content of any disc is very critical to its high performance.

Our vertical posture enhances the tensile strength of the spine. It adds to the pressurizing of the fluid sucks and converts the spine into a spring –loaded rod which can flip up straight again after bending. 

Without these tensile properties, the human back would not be the long slender thing it is. We would need a hugely bulky muscular apparatus to haul us up straight again once we had doubled over.But vertical posture does have its down side. It means the segments at the bottom of the stack get squashed by carrying so much weight. Compression down through the spine is the single most important cause of low back pain.

I am 38 years old woman, I am suffering from backpain since last 2 years. The pain is unbearable to me.

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Delhi
I am 38 years old woman, I am suffering from backpain since last 2 years. The pain is unbearable to me.
Sleep on a hard bed with soft bedding on it. SPRING BEDS, FOLDING BEDS OR THICK MATRESS ARE HARMFUL Use no pillow under the head. DO HOT FOMANTATION. Paracetamol 250mg OD & SOS x 5days. Caldikind plus 1tab OD x10. Do neck, back & general exercises. It may have to be further investigated. You will need other supportive medicines also. Make sure you are not allergic to any of the medicines you are going to take. If it does not give relief in 4-5days, contact me again.. Do not ignore .It could be beginning of a serious problem.
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Master of Physical Therapy MPT CARDIO, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Rajkot
A poor posture like sitting or driving in a hunched position for too long can cause strain the neck muscles.
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