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Practicing at home

General Physician
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Practice Statement
Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of General Physician.Our entire team is dedicated to providing you with the personalized, gentle care that you deserve. All our staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.

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Clinic Address
B/20, Kathajodi enclave,Sector-9,CDA,Cuttack, sector 9, CDA, Cuttack
Cuttack, Odisha - 753014
Details for Dr. Lalit Kumar Tripathy
SCB Medical College,Cuttack
Professional Memberships
FCGP(Fellow of college of General Pactitioners
PGCHFM(post graduate certificate in health and family welfare management) National institute of Health and Family welfaremanagement
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DHA(Diploma in hospital administration)
FRSH London (Fellow of Royal society of Health)
Past Experience
Senior medical officer in Indian Air Force with more than 33 years of experience and Retired in the Rank of Group captain at Senior medical officer in Indian Air Force
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    Osteoarthritis a painful condition and one of the commonest causes of physical disability among the aged, mostly affecting the shoulder, elbow, wrist, and weight bearing joints like knee, hip and ankle
    It's usually the result of years of wear and tear on joints and occurs when cartilage, the tissue cushioning ends of the bones within the joints disintegrates and wears away. This causes friction among bones, leading to pain, swelling deformity and loss of motion in the joint.
    While osteoarthritis mostly affect women, more so after menopause, men also can get affect after 60's. The knees are among the joints most frequently damaged by osteoarthritis and can even lead to disability. Osteoarthritis of the hip on the other hand severely impairs the mobility.
    Some common symptoms of osteoarthritis are: joint pain, swelling or tenderness in one or more joints, stiffness after getting out of bed, or sitting for a long time, unable to walk even a few yard and a crunching feeling or sound of bone rubbing on bone. Osteoarthritis of weight bearing joints progress at much faster rate in presence of osteoporosis (soft and weak bone), and can make a patient crippled easily, if proper timely measures are not taken
    Diagnosis involves a medley of assessments including medical history, physical examination, x rays and lab tests a patient's daily activities and mental state are important factors too which doctors consider, while relating to the symptoms of osteoarthritis affecting the patient's daily life.
    In terms of treatment options, exercise is one of the best tools. It inculcates a positive outlook, manages pain better, and helps in watching one's weight. For temporary pain relief, patients can try warm towels, hot packs, a warm bath or shower. Nsaids or non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs also help reduce pain and inflammation from osteoarthritis.
    Lastly for end stage osteoarthritis and when other modalities of treatment have been tried and failed surgery like" joint replacement" can give new leash of life to the patient.
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    Calcaneal spur is a small bony projection on the heel bone calcaneus. When the bone is exposed to constant stress calcium deposits build up on the bottom of the heel bone. Repeated damage can cause these deposits to pole up on each other causing a spur shaped deformity near the base of the heel called a calcaneal spur. Spurs can be an associated complication to plantar fasciitis which is an inflammation of the ligament on the bottom of the foot called plantar fascia. When this ligament pulls too tightly on the heel bone excess calcium released by the bone to heal itself may sometimes form spurs. These make walking painful and caus te nnderness at the back of the heel which is worsened as we exert pressure on the heel with every step.
    Obese people, flat footed people, and women who constantly wear high heeled shoes are more susceptible to heel spurs. Depending on its position a calcaneal spur can either be termed inferior or posterior. An inferior calcaneal spur is located on the bottom of calcaneus and is typically a response to plantar fasciitis over a period, butt may also be associated with ankylosing spondylitis. A posterior calcaneal spur, on the other hand, develops on the back of the heel at the insertion of the achilles tendon.
    Typical symptoms include a sharp, stabbing or dull but intense pain under heel, which typically increases after prolonged periods of rest. It becomes extremely painful to put the foot down in the morning. The condition is worsened if walking on a hard surface.
    The common cause include obesity, flat foot, high heeled shoes, strain and chronic inflammation of the connective tissue, repetitive stress like running too often or running on hard surface such as concrete floor, wearing ill fitting shoes or shoes with inadequate shock bsorption. Some spurs may even be linked to certain types of arthritis
    Most of the available treatment methods attempt to reduce inflammation and prevent recurrence of heel stress. Common measures include applying ice pack, rest, using orthotic padding like heel cups and insoles inside shoes and e revising. When other options fail removing the spur surgically is the best resort.
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