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Rajan's Physio Clinic

Physiotherapist Clinic

No 12, Near To Relince Fresh, Clc Works Rd, Chromepet Chennai
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Customer service is provided by a highly trained, professional staff who look after your comfort and care and are considerate of your time. Their focus is you....more
Customer service is provided by a highly trained, professional staff who look after your comfort and care and are considerate of your time. Their focus is you.
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Rajan's Physio Clinic is known for housing experienced Physiotherapists. Dr. Prabhu.R, a well-reputed Physiotherapist, practices in Chennai. Visit this medical health centre for Physiotherapists recommended by 109 patients.

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MON-SAT
10:00 AM - 04:00 PM

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No 12, Near To Relince Fresh, Clc Works Rd, Chromepet
Chromepet Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600044
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Dr. Prabhu.R

MPTh/MPT
Physiotherapist
5 Years experience
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My mother is 65 & had recent started complain about a knee pain, she walk good 2-3 kms without any issue, however once she sits down & while getting up her nee pains In addition to this she also is not getting enough hold from her left hand thumb, she is not getting strength by the thumb of her hand and has slight pain, which specialist should I visit, also wat can be the reason for these kind of issue, she does not have any previous medical condition, however take BP tablets daily.

B.P.Th, Physiotherapy/Occupational Therapy Assistant Program
Physiotherapist, Mumbai
My mother is 65 & had recent started complain about a knee pain, she walk good 2-3 kms without any issue, however onc...
Hello lybrate-user, This is a classic knee pain problem been observed in women due to various reasons. It clould be due to low levels of calcium, hormonal changes in the body, post menopause effect in balance of hormones mainly estrogen and other degenerative changes. To start with, you can ask your mother to do some exercises which might be helpful to decrease her knee pain, 1. Apply ice pack on the knee for 15 mins with her legs elevated upto 45 degrees (use 2-3 pillows) 2. Push knee down while sitting or lying in the bed, hold for 5 seconds and relax, do 10 times 3. Avoid sitting cross legged for certaiin days until pain goes down 4. Make her sit on a high raise bed and ask her to move her knee in circles like a pendulum, this will open the joint space in the knee and allow better range and movement for daily activities. Do this 20-25 times anticlockwise and clockwise, also back and forth ** Take regular medicines on time ** Drink milk and eat calcium rich food items. Further questions? Please ask me again, Thank you,
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I am 18 year old and I have very bad backache for last few months I used ointments and also have treatment of bone tuberculosis but I am very much suffering what should I do?

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Diploma In Orthopaedics (D. Ortho), DNB (Orthopedics)
Orthopedist, Tumkur
I am 18 year old and I have very bad backache for last few months I used ointments and also have treatment of bone tu...
What is level and how many vertebra are involved by tuberculosis. How many months of ATT have you completed and are you taking regularly. Is bone tuberculosis confirmed and how.
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My mother's age is 55 years. She is having pain in her left hand till ring finger. After Dr. Concern MRI has been done and the report is saying that "Diffuse bulge at C5-C6 indenting the ventral thecal sac with narrowing of neural foramen more in the Lt. Side. I want to what it exactly means and that are the precaution to take further.

MBBS, DNB - Orthopedics/Orthopedic Surgery
Orthopedist, Indore
My mother's age is 55 years. She is having pain in her left hand till ring finger. After Dr. Concern MRI has been don...
It means one of your cervical nerve dosnt have enough space to exert its proper functional It is compressed because of the adjacent disc bulge (which is very common) You need to acquire certain postures which Avoid forward bending of you neck, putting weights over your head, lifting heavy objects, watching TV/ mobile For a longer duration, using improper pillow and few more However the exact treatment depends on the amount of compression that the nerve has Needs to see What exactly your Mr. says? Take care.
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My left index finger turned blue and it hurts what is the reason first the vein popped out and than turned blue.

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
My left index finger turned blue and it hurts what is the reason first the vein popped out and than turned blue.
Hi, Lybrate user, Obesity might be one of the prime reasons you need to monitor your weight, please. Take, homoeopathic medicine @ Hypericum 30-5 drops ,thrice. Take, care.
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Defect L 4 multilevel disc degeneration c blood nerve not compression at L 4-5.Pain in right hip and goes upto leg and to the joint of paw. Unable to move as pain increases on the movement. On siting and lying no problem. taken Drox 17 and 24 of Haslab just started.

BHMS,PGDPC At Motiwala Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital Nashik, PGDPC
Homeopath, Nashik
Defect L 4 multilevel disc degeneration c blood nerve not compression at L 4-5.Pain in right hip and goes upto leg an...
Take homeopathic medicine for best result. 1.Rhus Tox 200. 4pills three times a day for seven days. If you have any queries contact me.
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Distal femur fracture hai 3 month go gaye hai but grade 3 communated femur fracture hai how much time to recover.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Nagpur
It depends on your status of fracture now, if it is healing in proper position then it should recover at about 3-5 months.
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Respected sir, I have been diagnosed to have osteoarthritis of my right knee 1.5 years back. I have been having difficulty in walking (limp) and I get pain in my knee when after walking for a distance since 2 years. A doctor had advised me to do knee exercises which I am doing right now. How do I see to it that the condition doesn't progress? Thanking you.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Diploma In Orthopaedics (D. Ortho), DNB (Orthopedics)
Orthopedist, Tumkur
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I have been diagnosed to have osteoarthritis of my right knee 1.5 years back. I have been having diffi...
No one can stop progression only we can slow down. Just take enough of vitamin D3, calcium supplements. Do quadriceps strengthening exercises. At a later point in time you have to under go surgery.
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Unicondylar Knee Replacement - An Overview!

FFSEM, MFSEM, DIP - SEM GB & I, MCh - Orthopaedics, MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Hyderabad
Unicondylar Knee Replacement - An Overview!

Knee problems can be quite annoying but if this problem becomes regular, it brings life to a standstill. The movement becomes restricted. Many associated problems slowly crop up. Thus, it is best to nip the problem in the bud. While some people might experience a problem in the full knee, in some people, only a single compartment (tissue or cartilage) of the knee may be affected. For such patients, Unicondylar Knee Replacement comes as a blessing.

The Unicondylar knee replacement, also known as the Unicompartmental Knee Replacement or Partial Knee Replacement is the most sought-after knee replacement surgery. The surgery involves replacing only the worn out or affected part (cartilage) of the knee, thereby preserving the healthier cartilages and tissues of the knee.

In the last few years, incidences of osteoarthritis have been on the rise. The unicondylar knee replacement surgery has made life a lot easier for people suffering from osteoarthritis (a condition where the articular cartilage or the connective tissue present within the knee joint begins to wear out).

The unicondylar knee replacement is ideal for people with:

  • Severe osteoarthritis (Median or Lateral) that results in painful, swollen and stiffened knee.
  • Only a small portion of the knee is affected.
  • A person experiences great difficulty in movement.
  • People over 48 years of age are mostly advised to undergo this surgery. Many young people with osteoarthritis opt for this surgery.

However, the surgery may not be a wise idea for

  • A person with Rheumatoid Arthritis and Angular Deformity (acute).
  • A person whose larger portion of the knee is affected.
  • A person who had undergone osteotomy (surgical excision followed by reshaping of bones).
  • People with an unstable or weak knee should avoid this surgery.

Pre- surgery, a person should

  • Avoid taking any anti-inflammatory and herbal medicines (minimum 10 days before the surgery).
  • Get yourself medically examined for any health complications (that might interfere with surgery).
  • Follow a healthy lifestyle. Avoid smoking and drinking.

Procedure:

  • For the surgery, the patient is either given a general anesthesia or a spinal (or epidural) one.
  • Next, a compressing device (tourniquet) is put around the upper part of the thigh. This is done to avoid excessive blood loss during the surgery.
  • A 7cm incision is made over the knee.
  • The damaged parts (bones and cartilages) of the knee are then carefully removed.
  • The surgeon next replaces the excised parts with metallic implants. Once the metallic part fits into the knee, it is adhered to the bone with (or without) bone cement.
  • The surgeon then stitches the incised area, followed by dressing and bandage.

The recovery time is quick, between 3-4 weeks. However, the concerned person may require physiotherapy for the next 3-6 months.

Advantages:

  • The surgery is less invasive with a quick recovery time.
  • The surgery replaces only the affected knee part.
  • Blood transfusions are seldom required.
  • A person gets back to normal life faster.
  • The surgery requires less time (~ 1-2 hours).

You need to be careful about:

  1. Infection at the incision site, though it is very rare.
  2. Injury in blood vessel, ligaments, or nerves.
  3. Fracture in the bone
     
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