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Dr. Subatha Devi

Orthopedist, Bangalore

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Dr. Subatha Devi is a renowned Orthopedist in Rajaji Nagar, Bangalore. She is currently associated with Dr. Subatha Devi in Rajaji Nagar, Bangalore. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Subatha Devi on Lybrate.com.

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Hi, I'm 55 years female from kolkata. I'm a diabetic (take Glycomet GP1 FORTE (GLIMEPIRIDE 1 mg + METFORMIN 1000 mg) twice & 10 iu insulin overnight ,fasting 80, PP 254 measured yesterday) & pancreatic (taking Panlipase 25000 after food thrice every day for last 5 years) patient. For the last 1 year, I'm feeling pain in fingers of both hands and in shoulder joints. Pain is unbearable at times. In afternoon often we see middle fingers of the hands get deformed. Visited a doctor. And he told this is a rheumatic arthritis. He gave Wysolone 10 mg for 45 days followed by wysolone 5 mg for 30 days. HCQ (Hydroxychloroquine) 300 mg, ARAVA (Leflunomide) 20 mg, INJ. Folitrax 20 mg once on sundays. Folvite 5 mg mondays to saturdays. Wysolone is now completely stopped. When I take wysolone there is no pain in fingers. Here is the test reports at a glance, Uric Acid 3.69 (range 2.6-6.0), RF 7.15 (<14), CRP 3.02 (<5) vit D (25 oh D) 36.12 (30 -100. AntiCCP Anti Body 5.61 (<20). CBC, Haemoglobin 11.8 gm/dl (range 12.5 - 15.3), MCHC (Mean corpuscular Hemoglobin concentration) 32.9 (range 33.4-35.5),Total RBC 4.0 million cells/cu mm (range 4.5-5.1), lymphocytes 52% (range 20-40) basophil 00 (range 01-02), ESR 16 (range <30) SGPT 13.8 U/L (range <35, Lipase 32.5 U/L (range 30-300), CRP 1.20 (range <10), amylase 78.2 (range 30 -110) Test was done in SERUM, Kolkata in 15th june 2017. Many doctors are telling me that this is rheumatic arthritis, But after 6 months of taking medicines for the same pain the still there, only fingers does not get deformed in afternoon. Please tell me is the diagnosis is right? Am I on right treatment? Or there is any other problem? Is there any bad action for taking panlipase 25000 for last 5 years? One more question for RA CRP & RF should be positive, but for my case it is negative, so how can it be RA?

MD, Fellowship in Intergrative Medicine, MBBS
Integrated Medicine Specialist, Kochi
Hi, I'm 55 years female from kolkata. I'm a diabetic (take Glycomet GP1 FORTE (GLIMEPIRIDE 1 mg + METFORMIN 1000 mg) ...
RA is a autoimmune disease which is related to diet which needs to be radically changed for reversal of disease. Rheumatologist Drs in India only know to give pills for any illness .They do not know that there is natural treatment available because nutrition is not taught in the medical curriculum. They do not think outside the box. Change your diet and reduce the medicines. I think you were getting too many drugs for RA .Were they all given at the same time or at different periods. What was the dietary advise given by your Dr. for RA A detailed history is needed to advise you. Take a consult. Remember you cannot fix your health without fixing your diet.
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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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I am above 40 years male. I have knee pain for last 3-4 years. My past and recent blood and x-rays diagnosis shows no abnormality. Every time I do physiotherapy there is relief and then after few days pain start again. Can you please suggest: 1, what is the cause of this pain ? 2, what is the cure for this pain ?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Kolkata
There can be many other reasons to pain than arthritis. Say, if one has a continuous standing work, one is overweight, mineral or nutritional deficiency, muscular sprain, old history of injury, etc. Further discussion is needed. As you said physiotherapy reliefs a bit, you need to continue with seka or fomentation also.
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My mother is 50 year old and she feel weak, headache, pain in legs from a 5-6 months. She suffer from thyroid so she take thyroxine medicine from 7-8 month.

BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Delhi
My mother is 50 year old and she feel weak, headache, pain in legs from a 5-6 months. She suffer from thyroid so she ...
Start with Physiotherapy treatment and learn spinal exercise. Take Calcium and multivitamin for 2 month. Don't sit on floor. Don't lift heavy things
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Super Fact of the Day: The load distributed over your kneecap can be up to 5 times your body weight!

Clinical Exercise Specialist, Certificate in Population Health, Certificate in Diabetology and Prevention, Nutritionist, MHSc (Public Health), MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Super Fact of the Day: The load distributed over your kneecap can be up to 5 times your body weight!
Your knees play an important role in weight bearing activities, such as walking, running and going up/down stairs. The load distributed over your kneecaps can be up to 5 times your body weight, especially while climbing down stairs. That is why overweight people often develop knee problems.

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Today morning I was running on the road, suddenly my feet was trapped in hall which was at the center of road. After that time my feet was paining. Please advise.

Homeopath, Ahmedabad
Today morning I was running on the road, suddenly my feet was trapped in hall which was at the center of road. After ...
You may had some blunt injuries or some ligamental tear. Use hot water bottle as local application, do not rub much to that part, you should take rest and homoeopathic painkillers like arnica and rhustox can help you.
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My mom gets back pain frequently she got ayurvedic treatment but it only worked for few days.

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Homeopath, Delhi
My mom gets back pain frequently she got ayurvedic treatment but it only worked for few days.
Backache may be due to poor posture and calcium and proper nutritional deficiency. Advice her to keep posture straight. Take proper diet and calcium rich diet. Take calcium supplements. Do morning walk atleast for half hour.
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I have suffered knee pain for 4 days, so what can I do? I take some pain relief bum but not get sufficient relief.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
I have suffered knee pain for 4 days, so what can I do? I take some pain relief bum but not get sufficient relief.
Homoeopathic medicine ADEL-4 Drop ( ADEL) Drink 20 drops in 20 ml fresh water 3 time daily HAEMOCAL ( SBL) Chew 4 tab 3 times daily Report after 30 days.
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Due to continueios sitting for 8 to 10 hours daily for last 1 year and daily journey of 60 to 100 km I suffered from waist pain. Please advise.

MSPT (Master of Physical Therapy)
Physiotherapist, Indore
R u doing exercises or not if not doing than start back and core muscle strengthening exercises. Thanks and regards Dr. Ritesh kharnal
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