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Anahat Multi speciality Clinic , New Delhi

Anahat Multi speciality Clinic

  4.4  (134 ratings)

Physiotherapist Clinic

Nathupura Road New Delhi
1 Doctor · ₹500 · 2 Reviews
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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....more
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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Anahat Multi speciality Clinic is known for housing experienced Physiotherapists. Dr. Gaurav Tyagi, a well-reputed Physiotherapist, practices in New Delhi. Visit this medical health centre for Physiotherapists recommended by 108 patients.

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New Delhi, Delhi - 160011
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BPT, MPT- Ortho
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Sports Injury & Physical Therapy For It!

BPT, MPT- Ortho
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Sports Injury & Physical Therapy For It!

It’s true that physical activities and sports can do wonders for your health. But, they can also be dangerous for your health, when it comes to injuries. While on one hand exercise provides you relief from stress, it can leave you with different kinds of injuries. However, there is no need to worry as these injuries are treatable. They can be treated by physical therapies. Here are some of the common injuries that can be cured by physical therapy:

  1. Ligament tearing and damage of tendons: This condition is very painful. It occurs due to any accident, trauma or serious injury at the time of exercising or sports activity. Sometimes, it is required to undertake a surgery in order to fix up the tendons or ligaments. However, physical therapy can treat this condition.
  2. Tendinitis: It is a common condition. It is nothing but the inflammation of the tissues around muscles and bones. This usually occurs in the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, or ankle.
  3. Fractures: This is a very common type of injury. Be it skiing or walking, you can anytime meet with an accident and develop fractures. Physical therapy is first applied to give back the strength of the muscles in the affected part.
  4. Arthritis: It is a common problem in athletes. It occurs due to repetitive motion, such as swinging a racket. It is similar to other conditions in which there are a muscle tear or sprain. These can be treated by physical therapy.
  5. Dislocations: This is a condition in which the bones move out of their positions. It might occur due to a sudden fall or blow during any physical activity.
  6. Low Back Pain: It is a common problem for ageing people. It can be mild to severe. If you are having a low back pain for more than six months, you must consult a doctor immediately. Frequent sessions of physical therapy are advised for over a prolonged period to get rid of the pain.

Physical therapy is not just to heal your injury. There are clinics which now offer preventive evaluations. These are done to determine the muscle weakness in your body. If the therapist finds any problem in the body, he tried to strengthen the muscle in the area to avoid chances of meeting accidents or falling prone to injuries.

3 Tips to choose a physical therapist

  1. Be sporty: Choose a clinic that offers treatment to athletes and is not for regular patients.
  2. Look for certifications: Find out whether the clinic is certified to meet your requirements. Check whether they have a sports certified specialist (SCS) or an orthopaedic clinical specialist (OCS)
  3. Do background check: Ask others to get feedback on the clinic.

Paralysis - Can Physiotherapy Help You?

BPT, MPT- Ortho
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Paralysis - Can Physiotherapy Help You?

Paralysis can be concluded as the state when the muscles lose functioning in any part of the body. Any kind of disruption in our nerve system can be responsible enough to cause paralysis. Our central nervous system and peripheral nervous system communicate and control our senses of movement. But interruption in nerve impulses can cause weakness in muscles which leads to muscle paralysis.

Symptoms
A paralysed patient will encounter symptoms like:

  1. Decreasing the motor power
  2. Decreasing vasomotor control
  3. Loss of sensation
  4. Decreasing bowel and bladder control
  5. Losing the ability of sexual function.

When it comes to treating a paralysis patient, physiotherapy is proven to be the best remedy. Physiotherapy has thoroughly helped patients with paralysis in getting to feel confident and independent. Physiotherapy includes various exercises and techniques which are developed with time in order to provide a complete rehabilitation to the patients.

Types of paralysis:
There are mainly four types of paralysis

  1. Monoplegia: when one limb gets paralysed
  2. Hemiplegia: when arm and leg of a single side get paralysed
  3. Paraplegia: when legs get paralysed
  4. Quadriplegia: when both sides get paralysed

Treating paralysis with physiotherapy

  1. Physiotherapy is advised to patients with any type of paralysis. It should be started soon in order to improve blood circulation in the muscles. It also helps in relaxing the stiff muscles. This treatment improves the overall health condition of the patient.
  2. Physiotherapy is also responsible for reducing any kind of swelling which takes place due to external brain injury.
  3. Physiotherapy is helpful in making the patient stable and independent.
  4. It also helps in maintaining the blood pressure.
  5. It helps to improve the respiratory system.
  6. Physiotherapy maintains the affected muscles and nerves. It provides strength to the affected muscles and works to prevent the limbs from getting deformed.
  7. One major symptom of paralysis is a loss of bladder and bowel function. Physiotherapy helps in managing the paralysed bowel and bladder.
  8. Physiotherapy involves different techniques which can be learnt from a physiotherapist in order to transfer a paralysed patient.
  9. Othorsis, canes, braces, splints are the equipment that are advised to the patient by a professional physiotherapist.
  10. Physiotherapy helps in resolving problems such as anxiety, anger, depression, denial which takes place after post-paralysis mental trauma.
  11. Physiotherapist provides safeguarding tips to the patient and his or her family in order to avoid accidents.
  12. Physiotherapy has a big role in creating the motivation in patient's mind.

These are the benefits of physiotherapy which help the paralyzed limbs getting stronger and better. But it is always advised to be done under a professional physiotherapist.

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8 Everyday Warm Up Exercises You Must Do

BPT, MPT- Ortho
Physiotherapist, Delhi
8 Everyday Warm Up Exercises You Must Do

The point of doing a workout is to put your body through the motions and phases before you hit an intense spot of persistent action before cooling down. This helps in giving your body a well balanced workout. But what many of us do not know is that a good workout schedule will also involve a well paced warm up session with exercises that will warm up the body and its various areas as well as the muscles so that the intensity does not hit the body suddenly and result in some sort of injury or undue fatigue.

So get it right with these eight warm up exercises that you aren't doing, but totally should!

  1. Dynamic: Follow a dynamic routine and mix it up a little with various kinds of movements that will work the different areas of the body. Start with squats and move on to lunges before you do a few skips to warm up!
  2. Jump: Try the jumping rope the next time you hit the gym and watch your heart rate go up just enough to get you all warm and loose and ready for that heavy duty work out. You can start with five minutes of this motion before moving on to your first set.
  3. Dance: Did you know that switching on your favourite music and shuffling your feet before you start to gyrate a little can actually get you in the right frame of mind for a workout? So next time, warm up with a little dancing!
  4. Balance: Warm up with a balancing act or two. Stand on one leg and do deadlifts with a dumbbell. Repeat the same motion for both arms. This helps in imitating the actual workout that you will be indulging in, which helps in warming up the relevant areas.
  5. Stretches: Try doing stretches and jumping jacks for stability and to work your core strength before you hit the gym equipment. This will bring about better blood circulation and help you get your heart ready for the work out.
  6. Swing: Use swinging movements with your arms and legs with circles and marches to help loosen up the muscles.
  7. Walk: Do animal walk with crab walks, frog jumps, bunny hops, inch worm motions and much more to unleash your energy.
  8. Medicine Balls: Grab some medicine balls and do a few moves like the rotational twist, the front body push, the reverse eight and many more to get your body pumped up.

Warming up is an important part of working out, so remember to get your warm up routine right! If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a physiotherapist.

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Tennis Elbow - How to Prevent it?

BPT, MPT- Ortho
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Tennis Elbow - How to Prevent it?

Tennis elbow is a condition, which is characterized by the inflammation of the tendons occurring in the elbow region due to excess use of the muscle groups present in the overarm. Tennis elbow can cause a lot of distress once it occurs so it is best to perform certain exercises to strengthen the muscle groups in your overarm so that muscle strain does not occur during your physical activities.

Read on more to find about all the different ways to strengthen your muscle groups to prevent tennis elbow:

  1. Staying in good physical shape overall tones your body and strengthens your muscle groups, thus reducing the likelihood of tennis elbow.
  2. It is also important that the physical activities, which are performed by you are done using proper technique as otherwise undue strain might cause unnecessary discomfort and pain.
  3. You should try strengthening the muscles in your shoulder, arm and upper back to reduce the stress your elbow undergoes during physical activity.
  4. Using a counterforce brace for activities, which include twisting or grasping of the arm can also help. The use of a counterforce brace is to distribute the pressure throughout the arm, which reduces the stress on the elbow. The brace is highly recommended for people who are likely to develop tennis elbow. One should consult a doctor before opting for a counter brace. 

However, it is not a substitute for rehab exercises. If repeated arm movements or certain physical activities are causing discomfort or pain in the elbow region, check for alternative ways of performing the task. If you have taken up tennis, cricket or golf as a sport, it is highly recommended that you take proper lessons in technique as these sports involve twisting and grasping your arm, which can cause injuries if you do not follow proper techniques. Also keep in mind to choose sports equipments which are at par with your physical fitness, flexibility and strength.

For daily activities, take a note of the activities, which involve putting stress on your elbows. In such instances follow techniques or different ways to perform the tasks, which will put minimum stress or pressure on your elbows. Also, apart from using the technique one has to stay fit, for which getting regular body health checkup is very important.

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How Physiotherapy Can Improve Recovery After Hip Replacement Surgery?

BPT, MPT- Ortho
Physiotherapist, Delhi
How Physiotherapy Can Improve Recovery After Hip Replacement Surgery?

Physiotherapy plays a pivotal role in helping a person recover after a hip replacement surgery. It brings back the old flexibility and prevents blood clots in the area where the procedure has taken place. After the surgery team gives its green signal, a physiotherapist starts working with a patient for a full recovery.

Here is a list of some common exercises that a physiotherapist suggests after a hip replacement surgery:

  1. Walking: It is important to use the crutches for a time period of 4-5 weeks post the procedure. Until the surgeon or the physiotherapist advises against using the crutches, it makes sense to use it while walking. It makes sense to retain the normal walking posture by using the crutches rather than limping without it. A physiotherapist reviews the pressure exerted by the arm while holding a crutch, before advising the patient to get rid of the crutches.
  2. Increasing hip flexibility: This is a basic form of exercise where an individual lies on one side of the body with knees and hips bent. A pillow is placed in between the knees. While doing this, it should be ensured that both the feet is kept together and the back muscle is not twisted. The top knee should be slowly raised like an opening of the calm shell. This position should be maintained for 4-5 seconds.
  3. Strengthening the hips: The body should rest on the stomach. The buttocks should be tightened and one leg should be slowly lifted. This position should be maintained for a stretch of 3-5 seconds. The same should be repeated for both the legs.
  4. Strengthening the hip and the stomach muscle: The body should rest on the back with a leg bent. The stomach muscle should be tightened and the bent leg should be lifted carefully while ensuring that the bend does not supersede more than 90 degrees. While keeping the stomach muscle tight, the lifted leg should slowly come down to touch the surface. This act should be repeated for 5-6 times.
  5. Strengthening the thigh muscle: While sitting in a steady chair, an elastic loop should be wrapped around the ankles. The elastic loop should be stretched with one leg while keeping the other foot firmly rooted to the ground. The lifted foot should slowly come down to the normal position. The same act should be repeated for 4-5 times.
  6. Improving balance: An elastic loop should be tied to one leg of a table and the other end of the loop should be tied to one ankle. The table should be held on for maintaining balance. Maintaining an erect position, the tied up ankle should be stretched sideways. The position should be maintained for 3-5 seconds to return back to normal standing position.
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Hi my friend met with an accident yesterday night, he was admitted in hospital his left shoulder was fractured doctor suggested to do surgery, can it be recovered using physiotherapy.

BPT, MPT- Ortho
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Hello, for this you need to go for surgery but start physiotherapy as soon as possible after surgery for your fast recovery.
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My friend is suffering from lumbar spondylosis for the last 3 months. She consulted a doctor, but no positive response from the medications he referred. Now she is relying on exercises, massages and yoga. But still no recovery so far. I wish to ask whether she should go for medication or exercises or both. And also, is this disorder curable? If yes, then how?

BPT, MPT- Ortho
Physiotherapist, Delhi
My friend is suffering from lumbar spondylosis for the last 3 months. She consulted a doctor, but no positive respons...
Hello, for this prob you should go with medication and physiotherapy both in initial stage if you are feeling too much pain than pain relief medication will help you while the exercises will make your muscle strong so that there will not be any pain and problem. The time of recovery depends how much is the problem showing in MRI and patient is avoiding the things what he should in this condition but max range goes for 20-25 day but again it doesn't goes with every patient.
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I am 48 year old male having pain at left leg heel since last 2 month. I had taken pain killer tab but steel no relief, pl tell me the disease and treatment.

BPT, MPT- Ortho
Physiotherapist, Delhi
I am 48 year old male having pain at left leg heel since last 2 month. I had taken pain killer tab but steel no relie...
It might be soreness of heel tendons, try to avoid walking naked feet on hard surface, use soft inner sole shoe or use silicon padding for heel in shoe, do streatching exercises of ankle and feet, avoid long standing. Do let me know if you still feel any question.
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I am suffering from back pain permanently and whenever I run for a min. That nght I can not sleep perfectly my legs were paining much and another question is that my stomach is not working properly all the time sometimes food will digest too early ndd sometimes nott so what should I do to maintain my health.

BPT, MPT- Ortho
Physiotherapist, Delhi
I am suffering from back pain permanently and whenever I run for a min. That nght I can not sleep perfectly my legs w...
Hi for your back pain you can use lumber belt while walking, start hamstring streatching, core strengthning exercises, back isometric exercises this will improve your back strength. Do let me know if you feel any problem in this.
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Hi I am 26 year old male. From past 10 days I am having pain beneath my foot. It is painfully when I walk. Whenever I wake up in morning, the pain increases. I am taking pain killers, but next day the pain is same. What should I do.

BPT, MPT- Ortho
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Hi I am 26 year old male. From past 10 days I am having pain beneath my foot.
It is painfully when I walk.
Whenever I...
Use soft shoes avoid walking naked feet on hard surface you can also use silicon padding in your shoes, start streatching exercises of feet avoid long standing and putting excess pressure on the foot.
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I am suffering from severe sciatic pain in the right thing. Starting from hip to ankle. I am thyroid patient and taking 75 mcg Thyronorm daily. Tsh is 3.5. Severe burning and pricking paint right thigh and ankle. I have consulted physicians. But no relief. Kindly advise what allopathy medicine I should take. please save me sir.

BPT, MPT- Ortho
Physiotherapist, Delhi
I am suffering from severe sciatic pain in the right thing. Starting from hip to ankle. I am thyroid patient and taki...
Hi, it will be good if you visit some good physiotherapist for that. Till than you can start hamstring streatching, back isometric exercise, and light core strengthning exercises. Let me know if you feel any further quarry.
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I am 53 years old l am suffering from all bone pain mostly right hand elbow after blood test vitamin B 12 and Vitamin D is insufficient Cap D3 strong, Rinifol and cobadex czr taking last one month but still pain in right elbow and rest of the body pl. Advice what to do?

BPT, MPT- Ortho
Physiotherapist, Delhi
I am 53 years old l am suffering from all bone pain mostly right hand elbow after blood test vitamin B 12 and Vitamin...
At this age osteoporosis is vary common you need to go for healthy diet plan and do ganeral body exercises to tone up your body muscles. Don't go for heavy weight exercises. For pain you can use hot pack to reduce it.
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I am suffering from osteo-arthritis problems from the past many days. I went to an orthopaedic. Please suggest what should i do?

BPT, MPT- Ortho
Physiotherapist, Delhi
In this case you need ganeral streatching exercises of all joints light strengthning, isometric exercises to keep all the joints active and reduce undue pressure by avoiding stairs Indian toilets repeated sit to stand and vice versa.
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My son suffering from duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Disease, please tell me how can improvement my son, please suggestion to me thank you.

BPT, MPT- Ortho
Physiotherapist, Delhi
It's a progressive disease but we can slow it down by doing normal streatching exercises do not go for though exercises with weights, need to keep an eye on the posture walking and other ADLs. Do let me know if you need any help or want more detail.
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I am suffering from RA. I have pain in my toe, neck,knee, and swelling in toe. Please tell me sir what should I do and give best treatment advice.

BPT, MPT- Ortho
Physiotherapist, Delhi
I am suffering from RA. I have pain in my toe, neck,knee, and swelling in toe. Please tell me sir what should I do an...
You can use wax bath and hot pack for your swelling and pain in joints, do full body streatching and strengthning exercises to maintain range reduce stiffness and pain and swelling do not hang your leg when sitting use some support and do ankle pump exercises. Do let me know if you have any doubt.
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I have more pain in my legs. Many times I have taken medicine but no solution. Please suggest.

BPT, MPT- Ortho
Physiotherapist, Delhi
I have more pain in my legs. Many times I have taken medicine but no solution. Please suggest.
What kind of pain you feel ex.sharp shooting , and is it associated with the timing of day or with some work, it might be because of low calcium level, you need to focus on your diet and some streatching and strengthning of your leg and back muscles. For instant relief you can use hot pack to reduce pain.
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Sir, I have knee [pains from past 8 months. Now I am using pain relief gel for my knee pains, but haven't relief. What should I do? Suggest me a doctor.

BPT, MPT- Ortho
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Sir, I have knee [pains from past 8 months. Now I am using pain relief gel for my knee pains, but haven't relief. Wha...
Having a X-ray or MRI is good to go for any conclusion but till than you can start strengthning exercises specifically for your knee, thigh muscles and streatching of hamstring muscles. In case of any doubt you can ask me
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Sir, I have back pain from past 5 months. Now I am using pain killer tablets for this, but no relief. Suggest me a doctor.

BPT, MPT- Ortho
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Sir, I have back pain from past 5 months. Now I am using pain killer tablets for this, but no relief. Suggest me a do...
It's always good to have a cray for a good diagnosis, but you can focus on isometric exercises of your back and strengthning of core muscles for pain you can use hot pack to reduce pain and if pain is too much you can use lumber belt
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