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We Care Ortho & Wellness Clinic

Arthroscopy & Sports Surgeon, Joint Replacement Surgeon, Orthopedic Surgeon, Orthopedist, Ozone Therapy, Pain Management, Spinal Pain Management
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Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Orthopedist . We are dedicated to providing you with the personalized, quality health care that you deserve.

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We Care Ortho & Wellness Clinic is known for housing experienced s. Dr. Sachin Singh, a well-reputed Pain Management, Ozone Therapy, Arthroscopy & Sports Surgeon, Joint Replacement Surgeon, Orthopedic Surgeon, Orthopedist, Spinal Pain Management , practices in Ghaziabad. Visit this medical health centre for s recommended by 85 patients.

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Clinic Address
377-A, Shipra Suncity, Indirapuram
Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh - 201010
Details for Dr. Sachin Singh
Saint Petersburg State University Faculty of Medicine
Saint Petersburg State Medical Academy-Mechnikov
MS - Orthopaedics
Ozone Forum Of India
Ozone Therapy
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Professional Memberships
Indian Medical Association (IMA)
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Ghaziabad Orthopedic club
Uttar pradesh Orthopedic Association
Ozone Forum of India
Past Experience
2009 - 2011 Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon at Mridula Health Care And Trauma Center
2009 - 2011 Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon at Paras Spring Meadows EOK
2013 - 2015 Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon at Jeevan Hospital Ashram
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2015 - Present Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon at Amicare Hospital, Indirapuram
2013 - Present Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon at Avantika Hospital
2014 - Present Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon at Atlanta Hospital
2015 - Present Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon at Aastha Orthocare & Wellness Clinic
  • MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, Ozone Therapy
    Pain Management, Ozone Therapy, Arthroscopy & Sports Surgeon, Joint Replacement Surgeon, Orthopedic Surgeon, Orthopedist, Spinal Pain Management
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  • MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, Ozone Therapy
    Your knees are one of the most vulnerable parts of your bodies. In case of strenuous or vigorous activities, knees are more prone to damage and injury than the other parts. Several of the knee tissues are fairly delicate and often are easily impaired. Among the other knee tissue injuries, meniscus tears are perhaps the most frequent. Meniscus is essentially a cartilage that protects and stabilizes the knee joints. However, an untoward twist or a strain can lead to a tear in the meniscus. Meniscus tears are a common phenomenon among athletes and sportsmen. They have been noted to be more recurrent in older individuals.

    Some of the early symptoms that indicate the onset of a meniscus tear are swelling and difficulty in bending or straightening of the leg. Sometimes a" locking sensation" in the knees also forebodes a torn meniscus. The inflammation potentially causes a lot of pain and irritation. While, it is fairly easy to ignore a meniscus tear for a normal knee injury, prolonged overlooking may only aggravate the pain and worsen the condition. The process of diagnosing a meniscus tear usually involves an mri scan and an x-ray examination, over and above a detailed evaluation of the wound.

    Treating meniscus tears vary according to the extent of the injury. Depending upon the location and the depth of the tear, various cures can be tried. The healing process, however, depends upon other allied factors such as age, level of physical activities and one's medical history. An external and minor injury is easily mendable. Whereas, graver injuries are resolved through surgical means. The other non-operative means include certain prescribed medicines and specific exercises. Some of the recommended ways of battling a meniscus tear can be enlisted as:

    1. Resting the knee by limiting the activities that involve excessive use of the legs or they may potentially strain the leg muscles.
    2. Applying ice pack can significantly bring relief to the swelling and the pain in the injured knee. Doctors advice regular use for a duration of at least 15 days.
    3. Compressing the knee using an elastic bandage or neoprene sleeve reduces the swelling in the knee.
    4. Prescribed medicines in the likes of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs can be effective remedies for a meniscus tear. However, one must mandatorily consult a doctor before consuming such medicines.
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  • MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, Ozone Therapy
    Plantar fasciitis is an orthopedic problem that gives rise to pain in the foot and heel due to strain or pressure on the plantar fascia. This is a ligament or connective tissue which lies in a flat band, connecting your heel with the toes and effectively, providing a basis for the motion of the feet in general. Inflammation, swelling and bruising of this tissue or ligament can lead to excessive pain in the heel. Let us look at ways that can help you deal with this pain.

    Rest: taking rest and giving your feet a break from all kinds of strain inducing activities can help in relieving the pain. Also, you can keep your feet elevated to help in reducing the pain in the area.

    Supportive footwear: using pads within your shoes with gel built into them, or using specific footwear that help in walking without feeling too much of pain is a good way of dealing with plantar fasciitis. The shoe inserts must be rubber, felt or plastic so that they are soft for your feet. They also give your heel and its arch good support, while orthotics pulls the ligament so that there is less stress on the same. You can also pull on a pair of night flints which will keep the foot and the ligament stretched while you enjoy a good night of sleep.

    Exercise: indulging in mild muscle strengthening exercise that also involves stretching and heel hooks can help in alleviating chronic pain that you may be suffering from. Lie flat on your back and take a towel. Lift your leg and hook your foot into it. Now press against the towel and pull down the towel simultaneously. Repeat at least ten times per foot. This will give you flexibility and strength in the area.

    Painkillers: use pain killers only when absolutely necessary and with due advice from the doctor or orthopaedic specialist. The use of ibuprofen and other pain relievers can help in numbing the pain inducing nerves in the brain and give you instant relief.

    Anti-inflammatory drugs: your doctor may prescribe anti-inflammatory medication that can bring down the swelling for more comfortable functioning when you are on your feet. Naproxen is one such drug that helps in bringing down the inflammation. Also, corticosteroid injections can relieve severe pain.

    Surgery: heel spur removal or plantar fascia release are some of the surgical options for chronic and severe cases.

    Taking care of your feet is a matter of ensuring that you look into the slightest discomfort and report the same to a doctor.
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  • MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, Ozone Therapy
    Sleep is a natural part of the daily biological functions and we spend some time of the 24 hours sleeping.

    Sleep cycles are different for different persons and while 5 to 6 hours of sleep may be enough for some people, others may need up to 8 hours of sleep to feel refreshed. How you sleep is as important as the duration. This is one area which is often neglected by people.

    Why sleeping positions are important?

    Sleeping positions are very important as you stay in a single position for hours at a time every day, and if these habits are bad, they can contribute to spinal problems. Thus, many of the spinal problems can also be alleviated by sleeping correctly.

    Some of the bad sleeping positions that may adversely affect your spine are as follows.

    On your stomach - This position is in overall a bad position as it curls up the spine, especially where the neck meets the spine and can cause spinal deformities over a long period of time. Certain adjustments to this position can lessen the effects, but it is important to try to change habits and sleep in a better position.

    The fetal position - Although this is one of the more natural positions and most babies are crouched up in this form in the mother's womb; as a sleeping position, it has its disadvantages as well. The lower spine is especially put under a lot of stress when someone curls up in this position.

    On your side - Although this is safer compared to the other two, sleeping on your sides straight would cause blood circulation issues and also put a lot of stress on the relevant organs, depending on the side you were sleeping on.

    In all of the cases, slight adjustments to these positions will lessen the stress on the spine and also help you sleep better.

    Some of the adjustments that you can make are:

    1. Sleep with a pillow between your knees to align your hips and cause less strain on the spine.
    2. If you don't have sleep apnea, put a pillow under your knees to raise them while lying on you back.
    3. If you sleep on your back, try to consciously change your position to sleep on the side.
    4. Try and actively change your posture throughout the day to ensure good sleeping position at night.
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