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Dr. Sanjeev'S Pain Clinic

Geriatric Neurologist, Neuro Rehablitation, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Rheumatologist
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Clinic Address
11-12, Roop Nagar 2Nd, Near Haryana Marriage Garden, Mahesh Nagar, Tonk Phatak
Jaipur, Rajasthan - 302015
Details for Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Sharma
SMS Medical College, Jaipur
All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
MD - Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Professional Memberships
International Association of Study of Pain (IASP)
International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF)
Indian Association of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (IAPMR)
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  • MBBS, MD - Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
    Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Neuro Rehablitation, Geriatric Neurologist, Rheumatologist
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  • MD - Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, MBBS
    Over the last few years, there is one treatment modality which is gaining worldwide recognition. It is PROLOTHERAPY.

    Prolotherapy (also known as regenerative therapy/ proliferation therapy) is a technique in which a small volume of a solution (proliferant) is injected at multiple sites around a ligament or tendon insertion or within an injured/damaged joint. This solution initiates a localized inflammatory response at the site of injection, which induces proliferation of new repairing cells, collagen synthesis and new blood vessel formation at the treated area.

    Scientific evidence suggests that injection causes stimulation of synthesis and release of various types of growth factors e.g. VEGF, platelet-derived growth factor, connective tissue growth factor,epithelial growth factor and basic fibroblastic growth factor from surrounding cells, resulting in repairing of damaged tissues and near-natural healing of injuries.


    1. Near-natural way of healing

    2. No side-effects

    3. Very effective in chronic or past injuries

    4. Very Low cost per injection


    1. Multiple injections over injured/painful area (2-10 injections)

    2. Multiple sessions of injections required (2-5 sessions, usually weekly)


    1. Nearly all types of Ligament or tendon injuries e.g. Heel pain, Plantar fasciitis, Tennis elbow, Golfer's elbow, Knee ligament injuries, Ankle sprains

    2. Muscle sprains/ tears e.g. Supraspinatus tendinitis, Rotator cuff tear, Hamstring tendinitis, Tendoachillis strain.

    3. Age-related Joint injuries e.g. Osteoarthritis knee,ankle,thumb; Low backache; neck pain; Sacroiliac joint, TMJ dysfunction

    4. Sports injuries
  • MD - Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, MBBS
    Backache is a very common problem which is faced by each and every of us, during our lifetime. Studies show that more than 90% of cases are due to improper posture. The way we stand, sit and sleep - all affects our back. Studies show that our back or spine experiences 11 times more pressure while sitting and 3 times more pressure while standing, as compared to sleeping. We spent more than 10-12 hours sitting due to our sedentary jobs. Here are few tips to prevent low back ache:

    1. Bad sitting posture

    Sitting for a long time in one position (greater than 30-45 minutes).
    Sit at the end of your chair and recline completely.
    Sitting on a sofa in slouch position.
    Sitting with legs crossed.
    While sitting on a chair, bending forwards and sideways to lift the object.
    Driving a car with the seat adjusted back and driving continuously for more than 1 hour.
    Bending your waist forwards, while getting up from chair or bed.

    2. Good sitting posture

    Avoid sitting in reclining position, like we sit on the sofa in our homes while watching tv.
    Try to sit with your back straight and your shoulders back. Your buttocks should touch the back of your chair.
    A small, rolled-up towel or pillow can be used to help you maintain the normal lower back curve.
    Distribute your body weight evenly on both hips while sitting.
    While sitting on a chair, bend your knees at a right angle. Keep your knees at the level or slightly higher than your hips (use a footrest if necessary).
    Keep your feet flat on the floor.
    At work, adjust your chair height and work station so you can sit up close to your work and tilt it up at you. Rest your elbows and arms on your chair or desk, keeping your shoulders relaxed.
    When sitting in a chair, turn your whole body if you have to lift an item from the floor.
    When standing up from the sitting position, move to the front of the seat of your chair. Stand up by straightening your legs.
    While driving bike, avoid potholes/bumpers on the road. Drive slowly. If having backache, use contoured lumbar corset fitted to your back while driving.
    While driving a car, adjust the seat to sit closer to the steering wheel, to allow your knees to bend and your feet reach the pedals. Sit with back touched to the lower part of the seat. Use seat- belt. Avoid driving continuously for greater than 1 hour.

    Hope you will follow this small piece of advice and prevent sudden onset back pain.
  • MD - Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, MBBS
    Parkinson's disease

    Parkinson's disease affects the part of the brain that controls muscle movement. The exact cause of this disease is not known, but there is a decrease in a chemical called dopamine in the brains of people with Parkinson's. There is no cure for Parkinson's, but it often progresses slowly and the signs can be managed.

    The 4 most common signs of Parkinson's are:

    tremors or shaking when at rest

    muscle stiffness

    slowed movement or problems starting a movement

    problems with balance and movement

    As these signs worsen, you may also have trouble walking, talking, swallowing or doing simple tasks such as bathing or dressing. As the disease progresses, other signs such as pain, bowel or bladder problems and sleep problems may occur.

    Care issues:
    When you start to show signs of this disease, you should consult a neurologist for diagnosis and start medicines. Then you should consult a physiatrist or rehabilitation physician for making rehabilitation plan to prevent early onset of disability. Rehabilitation plan contains medicines, physical therapy or specific exercises, occupation-specific advises brace, etc.
    The physical therapist can help you learn exercises that can help you with movements.
    You may need to work with your neurologist or physiatrist to make adjustments in your medicines to keep your signs controlled. Over time, many people have side effects from the medicines used to treat Parkinson's disease. You may also need occupational therapy or speech therapy to deal with signs as the disease progresses. As your signs get worse, surgery may be an option to reduce tremors.

    Things you can do to manage your signs:

    When walking
    walk slowly with a straight posture and with your legs further apart.
    Think about taking big steps to help keep your steps more normal.

    use a 4-prong cane or a walker if needed.

    if you become stuck or freeze in one place, rock gently from side to side or pretend to step over an object on the floor.

    place tape strips on the floor to guide you through your house.

    Remove area rugs and furniture from your walking path.

    stand up from a chair or bed slowly to avoid feeling dizzy or lightheaded.

    When using the bathroom
    install grab bars on the walls beside toilets and inside showers and bathtubs to help you stand up.

    use a shower chair inside the shower.

    install an elevated toilet seat to make standing up easier after using the toilet.

    shave with an electric razor.

    When dressing
    wear loafers or shoes with velcro.

    wear simple dresses or pants with elastic waistbands such as sweatpants.

    When eating or drinking:
    use a cup with a large handle to make it easier to hold.

    use a bowl instead of a plate to limit spills and make it easier to scoop up food.

    Work closely with your rehabilitation team to manage your signs of Parkinson's disease. Rehabilitation can significantly improve your quality of life.

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  • MD - Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, MBBS
    Want to prevent low back pain?
    1. Avoid prolonged sitting for more than half hour.
    2. Do daily stretching of your calf/hamstrings/lower back muscles.
    You will never have back ache in your life again.
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  • MD - Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, MBBS
    Handling an Auto Immune Disease

    What are Autoimmune Disorders?
    It is a disorder of the immune system where the immune system can get ‘hyperactive’ or on the other end of the spectrum can become exceptional slow in its response to germs and bacterium, leaving the individual vulnerable to a host of infections and diseases.
    When in ‘Hyper mode’ the body’s immune system starts producing antibodies (White Blood Cells) attacking and damaging the body’s own tissues (Red Blood Cells) beyond repair. Treatment of the Auto-Immune diseases generally focuses on reducing the activity levels of the immune system so as to let the Red Blood Cells multiply and heal the body to an extent.
    Not all Auto Immune diseases are life threatening or terminal in nature. Some are even classified as “commonly occurring” disorders in the larger population. Examples of these would be –
    1) Psoriasis – A Skin disorder where overactive immune system blood cells called T-cells collect in the skin. The immune system activity stimulates skin cells to replicate rapidly, producing layers of silvery scaly plaques on the skin. These often look like ‘Dandruff’ and can be seen all over the individual’s body, accompanied by severe itching and skin irritability. Psoriasis is often triggered due to stress and hormonal imbalances along with other environmental factors such as poor hygiene, inadequate diet, lack of sleep etc. Along with oral medication, lifestyle changes such as reducing stress at work or home, making sure one gets at least 8 hours of restful sleep per night and regular head and body massages are known to help reduce the severity of the problem to a great extent.

    2) Rheumatoid Arthritis – The hyper immune system produces antibodies that attach themselves to the joint linings and then start to eat away at the cartilage and tissues causing swelling or inflammation and a sharp stabbing continuous pain. Oral medication along with gentle cardio (slow walking) and stretching exercise routines such as Yoga, Tai Chi and Pilates are known to have countered the ill-effects of this movement restricting disorder, to a large extent.

    3) Aggravated Thyroid – An aggravated thyroid is a result of the excessive antibodies produced by an overactive immune system which attack the thyroid gland and slowly destroy the cells that produce the all-important thyroid hormone. Prolonged negligence or when left undetected for long, it often leads to Grave’s Disease (linked to hyperthyroidism) or Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis (linked to hypothyroidism.) The former can lead to weight-loss, bulging eyes, rapid heart-rate, and chronic fatigue while the later often causes sudden weight gain, depressed state of mind, dry skin and severe constipation. A good way to avoid diseases of the thyroid would be to maintain a healthy active lifestyle and a stable healthy body weight. It is also recommended that one goes in for regular preventive health check-ups for early detection of any thyroid related disorders.

    A little can go a long way in limiting ill effects of autoimmune disorders.

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