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Admire Physiotherapy Laser Clinic

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B-101 Sector-36
Noida, Uttar Pradesh - 201301
Details for Dr. Anuradha Sharma
Prakash Institute,Noida
Kailash Institute
MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy
Professional Memberships
indian Association of Chartered Physiotherapist
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    Orthopedic Physiotherapist
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    wrist pain?

    Wrist pain is any pain or discomfort that occurs in the wrist. The wrist contains many small bones, cartilage, muscles, blood vessels, and tendons, and is particularly susceptible to injury.
    Wrist pain is commonly caused by inflammation or injury but may also arise from an infection or a tumor on the wrist.
    Common inflammatory causes of wrist pain include arthritis and gout. Common wrist injuries include repetitive use injuries, sports injuries, fractures, and sprains or strains. Problems with the nervous system, such as pinched nerves, may also contribute to wrist pain.

    Treatments for wrist pain depend on the cause of the wrist pain. In mild cases, wrist pain may go away with time.
    Home remedies, such as cold compresses, and over-the-counter medications may alleviate your wrist pain if it is mild. In more serious cases, you may require prescription medication or physical therapy for your wrist pain. Serious cases of wrist pain may be caused by a condition that requires surgery.
    The likelihood of wrist pain resolving depends on the cause.

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  • MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
    Posture Correction while working
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    Good Posture!
  • MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
    Anterior drawer test

    The anterior drawer test for anterior cruciate ligament laxity is one of many medical tests used to determine the integrity of the anterior cruciate ligament. It can be used to help diagnose sprains and tears.
    The test is performed as follows: the patient is positioned lying supine with the hip flexed to 45 degree and the knee to 90 degree. The examiner positions himself by sitting on the examination table in front of the involved knee and grasping the tibia just below the joint line of the knee. The thumbs are placed along the joint line on either side of the patellar tendon. The index fingers are used to palpate the hamstring tendons to ensure that they are relaxed; the hamstring muscle group must be relaxed to ensure a proper test. The tibia is then drawn forward anteriorly. An increased amount of anterior tibial translation compared with the opposite limb or lack of a firm end-point indicates either a sprain of the anteromedial bundle of the acl or a complete tear of the acl. This test should be performed along with other acl-specific tests to help obtain a proper diagnosis.
    Lachman test

    Lachman test

    The knee is flexed at 30 degrees
    Examiner pulls on the tibia to assess the amount of anterior motion of the tibia in comparison to the femur
    An acl-deficient knee will demonstrate increased forward translation of the tibia at the conclusion of the movement

    The lachman test is an orthopedic test used for examining the anterior cruciate ligament (acl) in the knee for patients where there is a suspicion of a torn acl the lachman test is recognized by most authorities as the most reliable and sensitive clinical test for the determination of anterior cruciate ligament integrity, superior to the anterior drawer test commonly used in to do this, lay the patient supine on an examination table. Put the patient's knee in about 20-30 degrees flexion, also according to bates guide to physical examination the leg should be externally rotated. The examiner should place one hand behind the tibia and the other on the patient's thigh. It is important that the examiner's thumb be on the tibial tuberosity. On pulling anteriorly on the tibia, an intact acl should prevent forward translational movement of the tibia on the femur ('firm endpoint').
    Anterior translation of the tibia associated with a soft or a mushy endpoint indicates a positive test. More than about 2 mm of anterior translation compared to the uninvolved knee suggests a torn acl (soft endpoint), as does 10 mm of total anterior translation. An instrument called a 'kt-1000' can be used to determine the magnitude of movement in mm

    Pivot shift test
    Person lies on one side of the body
    Knee is extended and internally rotated
    Doctor applies stress to lateral side of the knee, while the knee is being flexed
    A crash felt at 30 degrees flexion indicates positive test
  • MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
    Many back exercises can help strength the spinal column and the supporting muscle ligament's and tendons. Most of these back exercise focus not only on the back but also the abdominal muscle and gluteus hip muscles.they provided strong support for the spine, keeping it in alignment and facilitating movement.

    strengthening exercise is important to rehabilitation success The most successful rehabilitation programs understand movement and function require strength.Strength exercise using resistance machine during rehabilitation is helpful because activity level can be accurate measured.

    Spine extension exercise are back strength exercise that are very important in counter balancing the many forward bending exercise it can use to strengthen for back muscle, prevent back pain, and promote muscular development front to back .

    1-Lie on your stomach with your legs together. Arms along your sides.
    2-Lift your abdominal muscle away from the mat.
    3-Exhale: Keep your abdominal muscles pulled in extend energy through your spine and out the top of your head to lift your upper body slightly off the mat.
    4-Your shoulder blade will slide down your back as your arms reach behind you like they are being blown back. Your head is an extension of your spine. Your gaze will be down .
    5- Inhale:Pause Exhale : lengthen and lower Your body to the floor.
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  • MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
    Generally occur in two major cause of heel pain -
    Planter fasciitis and Achilles tendonitis.

    If the pain is under heel bone its planter fasciitis due to inflammation of thick tissue, repetitive stresses and strain and microtear of planter fascia.

    If the pain found at the back side of heel that's Achilles tendonitis its attached your calf muscle or heel bone. It happens due to continuous running, sports injury physical activity and may also contribute to risk of RA

    Common causes are -

    Repetitive injury,
    Tight calf muscle,
    Limited range of movement,
    Improper footwear,

    Five helpful tips for heel Pain.

    Do stretching exercise of calf muscle,
    Ice pack therapy,
    Avoid prolonged standing,
    Proper footwear,
  • MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
    The sciatica nerve may be severed by wounds of the pelvic or thigh and commonly damage either complete or partial by dislocation of the hip.In complete lesson there is paralysis of the hamstring and all muscle distal to the knee and sensory loss also extremely disabling.

    The Common peroneal nerve injury may be damaged by fracture of the neck of the fibula or by a pressure from badly applied a plaster cast a foot drop occurs sensory loss.

    This can be corrected by use of foot drop splint, passive movement, pastoral re-education, correction of the gait cycle and physiotherapy.
  • MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
    Varicose veins is also known as varicosed or varicosities generally occur in veins. Veins are often painful and bluish purple or red colour and swallon,

    Some cause -

    Chronic heart valve condition .



    Long standing.


    Symptoms of  varicose veins .

    Usually occurs in legs like pain ,swelling, heaviness, and  ache.

    Helpful preventions are

    Avoid long standing.

    Avoid excessive sun exposures.

    Lose weight .

    Maintain a healthy weight

    Regular exercise

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