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Devadharshini Physiotherapy Clinic

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No 3, m.s.nager, kuntrathur main road, porur, chennai 116 Chennai
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Our entire team is dedicated to providing you with the personalized, gentle care that you deserve. All our staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well....more
Our entire team is dedicated to providing you with the personalized, gentle care that you deserve. All our staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.
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Devadharshini Physiotherapy Clinic is known for housing experienced Physiotherapists. Dr. S.Manikandan, a well-reputed Physiotherapist, practices in Chennai. Visit this medical health centre for Physiotherapists recommended by 82 patients.

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MON-SUN
09:00 AM - 09:00 PM

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No 3, m.s.nager, kuntrathur main road, porur, chennai 116
Porur Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600116
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Dr. S.Manikandan

Master of physiotherapy
Physiotherapist
11 Years experience
200 at clinic
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I am a 34 year old male. From last few days I have burning sensation on my thigh and later it pains. It is generally high after having intercourse. Can you please suggest something.

Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery
Homeopath, Nashik
Yes you can have homoeopathic medicine called as Staphyagria 30 5 pills at night till improvement.

Lower Back Pain - How Does Physiotherapy Cure It?

BPT
Physiotherapist, Gurgaon
Lower Back Pain - How Does Physiotherapy Cure It?

Lower back pains may underline a host of diseases, some of the most distinctive being the degeneration of lumbar disc and strain of back muscles. If left unattended, these acute durations of severe pain can lead to further complications, beyond the scope of both active and passive physical treatment regimes. Hence, it is always recommended to attend to these minuscule symptoms as soon as they are detected.

How physiotherapy works wonders in lower back pains:

  1. Physiotherapy is recommended when lower back pains are frequent, or stretch for days at a time. Most medical literatures, which shower their unanimous support in favour of physiotherapy for back pain, make note that physiotherapy relieves pain, as well as improves the functions, which are most likely to be affected by this disorder.
  2. Pain emanating, following a surgery, is recognized as one of the most significant aspects where benefits of physiotherapy are more visible. Generally, patients are advised to undergo physiotherapy sessions after surgical procedures irrespective of age and gender, unless the move is contraindicated in specific cases.
  3. Muscular spasms and muscle shrinking is a highly familiar phenomenon observed in individuals who are relatively less active. Muscle shrinking can often be attributed to very low usage of certain muscles, while muscle spasmcan occur when neurons at the affected muscles are irritated. Physiotherapy is observed as both the first line as well as the second line of treatment regimen in such occurrences; a routine for gradual and slow stretching is recommended by physiotherapists involving the muscles of legs, hips, abdomen and lower back, based on their intensity of pain.
  4. Advanced stages of a physiotherapy treatment regime upgrade the simple stretching exercises to more rigorous ones like specific stabilizing drills, exercises involving balancing machines and/or exercise balls. This aspect of physiotherapy caters to the secondary spine muscles of the human body.
  5. The area of the body considered to be the core of lower back pain (lower back muscles and muscles of abdomen) requires more than just stretching or exercises involving machines. Workout focused on these core areas are based on a complex set of exercises, which may have to be improvised such that the aforementioned muscles absorb the maximum shock.
  6. In addition to these conventional exercises, which are based on applications of gravity, some centres offer a different environment for individuals who are unable to perform activities in normal conditions. The concept of aquatic pools addresses the issue, and makes exercising quite an easy feat for the physically challenged individuals.

It's been three months since I have been taking spine tb medicine. 4 months before I was suggested to take mri and my doctor told me there is only traces of pus in bone now. But the problem is I still feel pain in my back whenever I walk for long time and sit for more than 20 minutes. What should I do now? Even I have not started my regular life till due to pain. Can there be any complication. Please suggest clearly.

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Delhi
It's been three months since I have been taking spine tb medicine. 4 months before I was suggested to take mri and my...
ATT is usually taken for 8-10 months. Feeling of well being is the biggest parameter of effectively of the therapy. Other lab parameters like ESR, CRP done repeatedly also guide in determining the effectivity of treatment. Keeping all these in mind you should gradually return to usual activities.

I am suffering from both knee mild pain along with difficulties in walking & has mild back pain also. I am a overweight patient bearing 75 kg. Now what's the solution? My age is 55.

MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, Fellowship In Orthopaedic Rehabilitation (FOR) Advanced Diploma in Nutrition & Diet
Physiotherapist, Kolkata
I am suffering from both knee mild pain along with difficulties in walking & has mild back pain also. I am a overweig...
Your solution lies in the following: 1). Weight loss (minimum 6 kg) 2). Proper Physiotherapy and home based Therapeutic Exercise. 3). Nutrition Therapy. Good luck!
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My little girl is 4 and she has a pain just over her hip and I’m wondering what it is.

BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Bangalore
My little girl is 4 and she has a pain just over her hip and I’m wondering what it is.
It's due to vitamin d 3 deficiency, start with vitamin D3 suppliments assp along with sunlight exposure daily basis.

I hit my toes today and now two of my toes are both red and painful. I can keep them straight but when I curl them its very painful. Im not sure if its a hairline fracture or just a sprain. Im not sure whether to get an X-ray or not as I can just about walk on it and when I sit down its a tender dull ache.

Erasmus Mundus Master in Adapted Physical Activity, MPT, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Chennai
I hit my toes today and now two of my toes are both red and painful. I can keep them straight but when I curl them it...
Along side the conservative management would be to keep ice in that inflamed area during one time in a day and also hot water fermentation which would help you to reduce the pain. Also please immobilize both the toes by putting a strap ie. Micropore or even using a small plaster using a band aid. That will help you to reduce the movement which will enhance the healing.

I feel intense back pain while seating from lying position. It did not happen when I do it little oblique toward Rt or left. What can be possible reason. Kindly explain treatment modality. Can it be PIVD?

B.P.Th, PGDM in Physiotherapy/Occupational Therapy Assistant Program
Physiotherapist, Mumbai
I feel intense back pain while seating from lying position. It did not happen when I do it little oblique toward Rt o...
Hello lybrate-user, Yes, it is suggestive of classic back pain where your IV disc of the spine is slipping posterior, i.e. The jelly like structure between your disc is slipping out of its normal borders. This could be a clear case of PIVD (posterior inter-vertebral disc involvement) with no slipping from the sides of the disc. To begin with, avoid sitting with crossed legs and on a chair for a few days until your pain intensity is reduced. This is to avoid hitting your jelly like disc and prevent it slipping more posterior (backwards) towards the spine. This can cause more pain and might extend up to hips, legs or foot. 1. Tuck your stomach inside for about 20 percent in without holding your breath. This activates main core muscle which was hidden due to pain history. Repeat 10 reps for about 5-6 times/day 2. Standing position: Extend your back backwards without bending your neck to avoid over pressure with your hands on your hips. Gently and slowly do this exercise to push that disc back into this place. Avoid clenching your buttocks and maintain a minimum basic distance between your feet. Repeat 10 reps for 6 times/day 3. Lie on your back and lift your hips off the bed with your hands by your side. This is a bridege-like exercise in sections. I.e. Lift your hips first followed by stomach followed by chest up in a slow and controlled manner till the point of pain. If you feel better and back pain level goes down then kindly keep going and repeat 10 reps for 5 times/day. ** Exercise ball: Try to sit on a ball with a good core balance (tuck tummy in) and legs apart as per the requirement. Kindly do exercise no 1** (tummy tuck) while sitting on it and move your pelvis/hip forwards and backwards without moving any other PART OF YOUR BACK, CHEST OR STOMACH- (LIKE A CAT AND CAMEL) ** If pain arises from back or anywhere else then stop the exercise immediately and lie down on your back with 2 pillows under your knees to relax your tight muscle behind the thighs which often pulls out leading to back pain** Kindly perform these exercises and update me further regarding your pain status. Double check with ball exercise in front of mirror to avoid mistakes and feel free to ask any queries. Take care, Thank you.
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Knee Pain - How Physiotherapy Can Help?

BPTh/MPT
Physiotherapist, Jaipur
Knee Pain - How Physiotherapy Can Help?

Knee pain or injuries are very common and have numerous causes. Knee pain can emerge from delicate tissue wounds like ligament sprains and muscle strains. Bone conditions like knee joint pain, Osgood Schlatters, and biomechanical dysfunction can also cause knee pain. Treatment can include basic knee mobilization techniques, taping, massages or knee strengthening exercises completely through a careful recovery method after knee replacement or reconstruction.

Physiotherapy can help you overcome the pain and increase your strength and flexibility. A physiotherapist can suggest you a number of treatments and also help you understand your issue and get you back to your everyday routine. Physiotherapists are said to be successful in getting rid of the source of the knee pain by diagnosing a cause. This includes tightness around the knee and treating it with stretching and exercises.

Following are some of the exercises a physiotherapist might generally recommend for knee pain:

  1. Hamstring stretch: Stretching keeps you flexible and increases your scope of movement, or how far you can move your joints in different directions. It additionally helps you reduce your chances of injuries and pain. Continuously warm up with a five minute walk first. Lie down when you are prepared to stretch your hamstring. Circle a bed sheet around your right foot, use the sheet to pull the leg up and hold for twenty seconds and then lower the leg. Repeat twice and switch legs.
  2. Calf stretch: Use a chair for balance. Bend your left leg. Step back with your right leg and gradually straighten it behind you. Press your left heel toward the floor. You should feel the stretch in the calf of your back leg. Hold for 20 seconds. Repeat twice and then switch legs.
  3. Straight leg raise: It helps build muscle strength to give support to the weak joints. Lie on the floor. Twist your left knee, foot on the floor. Keep the right leg straight, toes pointed up. Tighten your thigh muscles and raise your right leg.
  4. Quad set: With these, you don't raise your leg. Just tighten the thigh muscles, also called the quadriceps, of one leg at once. Begin by lying on the floor. Keep both legs on the ground, loose. Flex and hold the left leg tense for five seconds and then relax. Do three sets of ten repetitions. Switch legs after every set.
  5. Cushion squeeze: This move strengthens your legs from the inside so that they can support the knees. Lie on your back, both knees facing inwards. Place a cushion or a pillow between the knees. Press your knees together, squishing the cushion between them. Hold for five seconds and then relax. Do three sets of ten repetitions. Switch legs after every set.
  6. Heel raise: Stand tall and hold the back of a seat for support. Lift your heels off the ground and rise on the toes of both feet. Hold for three seconds. Gradually lower both heels to the ground. Do three sets of ten repetitions.
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