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Since I had issues with my legs I have undergone lot of surgeries in many hospitals , but the last one was for a ligament tear on my left leg and it was done by doctor saseendar .. In my experience I have never seen a doctor who cares for the patient so much in the pre operation and during the recovery time.. Cudos to you doc. Keep healing!
I came to Dr. Saseender for my knee ligament injury problem. He has given a very nice treatment. Now i am fine. The medicine and also the exercise he has suggested that helps me a lot to get back to my previous stage. As a doctor he his very much concern and caring about his patience.
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I do running daily, but now I stopped running because I am felling pain in my knee of right leg for last 1 month . There is no pain in knee of left leg. I don't feel any pain while walking and bending my right leg. I feel pain when I do running ,stretching and making pressure on it. I have to go for my sports after 1 month where I have to do running also. Sir or mam please help me how can I cure it within 1 month. I just have 1 month to cure it ! What should I do ? What diet should I take? I am worrying about it ! Is it permanent? Or can be cure ?
I am 38 yrs, two times met with an accident four years ago due to which there were two fractures one in arm and other in foot, my knees got deeply hurt. Due to avoidable circumstances proper care could not be done. Now I feel pain in knees. There is voice heard while bending knees. Xray done report is normal. doctor advised for exercise and vitamin d3 tablets for few days. Still I did not get any relief. M worried it may cause problem in my future life. Kindly help.
Right elbow fractured. Screw implemented 3 screw. One taken out. Two are still in. Extension and flexion not 100%. Its approx 20% less. Done 4 month regular physiotherapy and proposed exercise. Need solution. Want 100% movement. please suggest)
I am 23 years old male. I have knee pain since 2 yrs. I go to gym regularly. I have visited some doctors. One said there is swelling in the cartilage and don't do squats in gym. I don't do that but there is no relief in pain. I feel this pain only during running and using stairs. Rest of the time I don't feel pain in normal movement of the joint. But that motion of the joint is not smooth. I feel some crackling sound in my knees. I do exercises to strengthen the quadriceps but nothing happened. Is there any damaged in the cartilage due my high and frequent sports activities. I feel pain in both knees.
This is the question most elderly patients from all walks of life ask me, be it a learned advocate or the local farmer.
Guess the answer? it is a big yes!
Knee osteoarthritis is the wear and tear that happens in the knee joint. At times we fail to understand that our knees also age along with us! so they may not be in a situation to behave the save way they behaved 20 years back, when you used cycle or trot a few miles to your school or college or the way you were comfortable squatting or kneeling whether it is fit sanitary purposes or religious causes
The fact is the knees have to be tamed well and should not be battered the same way as it was a few decades back!
Now coming to our original discussion, yes, you are allowed to walk!
But how do you do it when you are already suffering from pain?
You could rest your knees for a few days - usually a week, if you have severe pain. Your doctor could help you with some low dose pain killer tablets and ointments. On top of it all, the single best way to reduce your knee pain is lifestyle modifications!
What's the lifestyle modification we are talking about?
1) no climbing up or down stairs!
2) no sitting on and getting up from the floor!
3) no kneeling! and
4) a big no to squatting in the toilet!
Doctor, you must be kidding! how am I supposed to live without these?
Restrict the number of times you climb stairs.
Use a chair/sofa to sit! at unavoidable situations, use a stable support to sit on the floor and then to get up! do not place too much stress on your knees when you get up from the floor!
Absolutely no kneeling! for religious prayers, use a shall flat stool to sit and offer your prayers, but do not kneel!
Use a western (raised) toilet commode for sanitation! if you can't afford to change your present indian ones, use a wooden/plastic raised seat with a central opening temporarily until you can arrange a permanent raised one!
Should I spend time walking or not?
Yes you should!
Walking helps to rebuild the joint!
Walking strengthens the thigh and leg muscles!
Walking helps you lose weight!
Walking keeps your body active and prevents lethargy!
Last but not the least!
Walking pacifies the mind and prevents psychological problems!
So what are you waiting for?
Get out your shoes and burn your calories!