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Dr. Sharad Singhai  - Orthopedist, Bhopal

Dr. Sharad Singhai

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MBBS, Membership of The Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS), FRCS (Orth.) - UK, ...

Orthopedist, Bhopal

15 Years Experience  ·  350 at clinic  ·  ₹350 online
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Dr. Sharad Singhai 88% (29 ratings) MBBS, Membership of The Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS),... Orthopedist, Bhopal
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Dr. Sharad Singhai is an experienced Orthopedist in Arera Colony, Bhopal. He has over 15 years of experience as a Orthopedist. He has completed MBBS, Membership of The Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS), FRCS (Orth.) - UK, Edgehill University, UK, Edgehill University UK . You can consult Dr. Sharad Singhai at Vardhaman Clinic in Arera Colony, Bhopal. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Sharad Singhai on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - Gandhi Medical College , Bhopal - 2004
Membership of The Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS) - Royal College of England, UK - 2009
FRCS (Orth.) - UK - Royal College of England, UK - 2017
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Edgehill University, UK - Edgehill University, UK - 2016
Edgehill University UK - Edgehill University UK - 2016
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Pins & Needles In Hand - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome!

MBBS, Membership of The Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS), FRCS (Orth.) - UK, Edgehill University, UK, Edgehill University UK
Orthopedist, Bhopal
Pins & Needles In Hand - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome!

Are you suffering with pins and needles in your hand? You may be suffering with carpal tunnel syndrome. Carpal tunnel is a tunnel made of bones in the wrist. Roof of the the tunnel is made of a ligament. This tunnel contains a nerve and some tendons which help in bending of fingers.

This nerve is called median nerve and it acts as a electrical wire carrying sensation from certain parts of hand. It also functions as a wire carrying power signals from brain to hand. Increased pressure of the tunnel causes compression of the nerve and this condition is called as carpal tunnel syndrome. This syndrome gives symptoms of pins and needles in part of hand and weakness in grip. (Pins and needles in Hindi is commonly known as झुनझुनाहट or झुनझुनी or सुन्न पन). Often patient will wake up in night because of pins and needles and shake their hand to relieve the symptoms. It can also manifest as burning sensation or pain in hand.

Carpal tunnel can be caused due to multiple factors. It is commonly seen in pregnant females. Repeated use of hand in certain postures can also lead to carpal tunnel syndrome. Other causes are thyroid problems, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and injury to wrist.

Diagnosis of carpal tunnel is mainly clinical and nerve conduction study is a useful tool in confirming the diagnosis. Special (Neuropathic ) pain killers can help with the symptoms. Physiotherapy and posture training can also reduce pins and needles. Night splints are often helpful. If symptoms fail to improve with non operating measures, surgical decompression of carpal tunnel is indicated. Carpal tunnel surgery is performed as a day case procedure under local anaesthetic. It has very satisfying results and a quick recovery.

This article is for information purpose only and not a substitute for proper medical advise.

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I am 32 years old female suffering from joint pain, back ache, also had a slipped disc problem, neck pain m taking corcal tablet once daily, also used to do exercise 3 days a week, plzz suggest.

MBBS, Membership of The Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS), FRCS (Orth.) - UK, Edgehill University, UK, Edgehill University UK
Orthopedist, Bhopal
I am 32 years old female suffering from joint pain, back ache, also had a slipped disc problem, neck pain m taking co...
Multiple area pain in young age of 32 is not common. Thorough history and examination is required to come to diagnosis. Need to rule out various types of arthritic and rheumatological disorder. Please visit an orthopaedician for same.

How To Deal With Damaged Cartilage?

MBBS, Membership of The Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS), FRCS (Orth.) - UK, Edgehill University, UK, Edgehill University UK
Orthopedist, Bhopal
How To Deal With Damaged Cartilage?

Cartilage is an important structural component of human body. It is found in various parts of body like joints, end of ribs, nose, ears, and airway tube.

Knee joint contains 2 types of cartilage. 1st is the type which lines the surface of bones. 2nd type lies between the two joint forming bones and is called Meniscus. This article is about 1st type which is also called as articular cartilage.

Articular cartilage works as a lubricated surface and reduces joint friction. It plays a role of a cushion and absorbs shock. A healthy cartilage ensures smooth and pain free motion of a joint.

Cartilage can get damaged by injury, ageing, infection and rheumatological disorders. Injury is a common culprit in young age especially in a sports person. Cartilage injury can manifest itself with pain swelling, locking of joint and inability to put load on affected leg.

Cartilage damage is often not visible in X-rays and a MRI may be suggested by your doctor. Initial management of cartilage injury is similar to other limb injuries.

  1. Cold compress: Application of cooling pad or simple ice helps with reduction of swelling and pain.
  2. Support: Type of support needed for limb depend on severity of injury. If associated with severe pain or instability a splint can be applied (for e.g. a “cricket pad” splint or a hinge knee brace).
  3. Rest: Rest is usually advised in initial management. In mild damages early motion of joint is advised. Physiotherapy also helps in keeping the strength of limb and reducing stiffness of joint.
  4. Surgery: Unfortunately cartilage tissue does not have self healing properties. Number of surgical techniques can be used and choice depends on location size and depth of cartilage damage. Age of patient, physical fitness and age of injury also play a vital role in decision making. Some surgical options are:
  • Encouraging growth of new cartilage by drilling multiple holes. This also known as micro-fracture technique and can be done via key hole surgery (arthroscopy).
  • Often removal of torn cartilage and smoothening of any rough area is simplest option. This protects joint from secondary damage from any loose torn cartilage. This can be achieved arthroscopically and recovery is quick.
  • Implantation of Cartilage: This complex expensive procedure requiring multiple surgeries. Initially a small cartilage is taken from patients joint itself and grown in vitro (In lab). It is implanted inside a cartilage defect with a membrane acting as a structural support. This procedure has longer recovery time and variable success rate.
  • Cartilage transfer: Osteochondral auto graft (bone with cartilage) is taken from a non weight bearing area and implanted in (plugged in) the cartilage defect. This surgery also has variable success rate and a slow recovery.

 

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10 Amazing Tips For Tennis Elbow!

MBBS, Membership of The Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS), FRCS (Orth.) - UK, Edgehill University, UK, Edgehill University UK
Orthopedist, Bhopal
10 Amazing Tips For Tennis Elbow!

1. Tennis elbow is inflammation of tendon which attaches on the outer aspect of elbow.
2. It occurs due to repeated overuse or repeated stress of muscle or tendon in certain positions of elbow.
3. It can occur even if you have never played tennis! It can occur in any racquet sports like badminton. Repeated hammering or gripping or lifting heavy objects can also lead to tennis elbow.
4. Treatment involves activity modification, activity reduction and often rest.
5. Holding and lifting the objects in supination (rather than pronation ) can reduce stress on muscle involved.6. Whenever lifting objects, reduce lever-arm by bringing objects closer to you and or using your opposite hand can also help.
7. Various braces and straps can be applied which dissipate the stress on tendon.
8. Application of cold patch or ice in acute case can help.
9. Proper warm up before game, gradually increasing your activity level and regular stretching exercise will prevent and cure tennis elbow.
10. If these fail visit an orthopaedician for an injection of steroid or PRP. Surgery is rarely performed.

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My wife has given birth to a baby since 2 months and now from last 2 weeks she is going through pain in both wrist, even she is facing difficulty in lifting the baby. So please suggest and also note that she is breastfeeding her child.

MBBS, Membership of The Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS), FRCS (Orth.) - UK, Edgehill University, UK
Orthopedist, Bhopal
Very likely she is suffering with Dequervains tenosynovitis. Please visit an orthopaedician to confirm diagnosis. Treatment is rest, ice application, stretching and splint. Occasionally an injection or surgery is needed. It can be cured completely so do not worry.

My right hand 5th metacarpal bone got fractured on may 10th got visited doctor orthopedic doctor after 10 days he applied ball bandage +given medicine for 20 days. After 20 days doctor removed ball bandage, and said healed the fracture. Recommended to visit after 15 days with medication Even after healing my hand still deformed. When I visit doctor examined my hand said it was not properly applied ball bandage due to this it was not healed correctly. Bone healed cross. If to correct this to be carried to be surgery. I want to get it correct what to do. Is it right to get it correct by surgery or not?

MBBS, Membership of The Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS), FRCS (Orth.) - UK, MCh (Ortho)
Orthopedist, Bhopal
Lybrate-user ji. It will difficult to comment on this without seeing X-rays. Also decision of surgery will based on if you have any pain and functional deficit (ie How much your hand is bothering you in day to day activities). Metacarpal fractures even if they unite with some angulation usually do not give functional problems.

From last 2 days and night ,when ever I go to bed to sleep ,in less than 1 minutes feel discomfort like heavy head and I quickly get up from sleep ,also I am feeling tingling and numbness in feet and hands. What all these symptoms are of? What should I do to cure?(Due to study pressure, I am not able to workout since from 4-5 months and gained about 15 kg of weight 50 to 75 kg)

MBBS, Membership of The Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS), FRCS (Orth.) - UK, Edgehill University, UK, Edgehill University UK
Orthopedist, Bhopal
From last 2 days and night ,when ever I go to bed to sleep ,in less than 1 minutes feel discomfort like heavy head an...
It could be sleep apnea. This happens due to obstruction of upper air way during sleeping. This can be evaluated by sleep study and can be very well treated. Other causes can be excluded with thorough history examination. I suggest you visit a physician near by.

My mother hav a problem .she is suffering frm knee pain. She is 45 years old n she is a home maker. please give me solutions.

MBBS, Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS), FRCS (Orth.) - UK, MCh (Ortho)
Orthopedist, Bhopal
My mother hav a problem .she is suffering frm knee pain. She is 45 years old n she is a home maker. please give me so...
Please take her to an Orthopaedician. She probably is suffering from early stages of arthritis. Doctor will take history and perform examination and x-rays to guide the treatment.
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I am suffering from lower back pain from last 1 years sometimes the pain goes to my leg, I can't drive anymore whenever I drive the pain intensify What to do I have to cure it permanently? I used to sit long when I am doing studying or work.

MBBS, Membership of The Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS), FRCS (Orth.) - UK, Edgehill University, UK, Edgehill University UK
Orthopedist, Bhopal
I am suffering from lower back pain from last 1 years sometimes the pain goes to my leg, I can't drive anymore whenev...
Lower back pain radiating to leg is due to irritation of nerves in back. This is commonly caused from herniation /protrusion of Disc which can press the nerves in back which supply to leg. A thorough examination is required to assess the extent and investigation like xray and MRI to find the cause of irritation. If it does turn out to be disc herniation 90% can be treated without surgery. Isuggest you visit an Orthopaedic surgeon for this.
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