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Aps Physiotherapy Clinic, Delhi

Aps Physiotherapy Clinic

Physiotherapist Clinic

Plot No. E-1, Shop no.3 Peepal Road, Mohan Garden, Near Mahak Medicose Delhi
1 Doctor · ₹200
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Aps Physiotherapy Clinic is known for housing experienced Physiotherapists. Dr. Aditya Singh, a well-reputed Physiotherapist, practices in Delhi. Visit this medical health centre for Physiotherapists recommended by 79 patients.

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Plot No. E-1, Shop no.3 Peepal Road, Mohan Garden, Near Mahak Medicose
Delhi, NCT of Delhi - 110059
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Dr. Aditya Singh

BPTh/BPT
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4 Years experience
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05:00 PM - 09:00 PM
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Meniscus Tear - Know More About It!

Meniscus Tear - Know More About It!

A meniscus tear is a common injury associated with the knee. The meniscus acts a defensive shield, providing a much-needed cushion to the knees, keeping it stable and injury free. Each knee joints contain two menisci located between the tibia and the femur. In this article, we will discuss important details related to meniscus tear to help you understand the injury better.

Facts related to a Meniscus Tear

  1. A meniscus tear can affect all and sundry. However, sportspersons (especially those associated with soccer, tennis, football, and basketball) and aged people are more susceptible to the condition.
  2. As per Boston Children's Hospital, of late there has been a steady rise among children suffering from the meniscus tear.
  3. Osteoarthritis may act as a catalyst, accelerating the chances of a meniscus tear.
  4. In most of the times, a meniscus tear occurs when you exert immense pressure on the knee joints such as lifting a heavy object or suddenly standing up from a squatting position. With age, the meniscus is known to suffer from natural wear and tear resulting in the injury.
  5. As already mentioned, there are two menisci present in each knee joints. The one present inside the knee joint is called Medial Meniscus. Lateral Meniscus is the one present on the outer part of the joint.
  6. Depending on the extent and severity of the injury, a meniscus tear may be
    • A minor tear: This is a small injury accompanied by mild pain and swelling which may last for not more than 2-3 weeks.
    • A moderate tear: The injury results in pain that are concentrated mainly around the center or the sides of the knee. The swelling goes from bad to worse over the next 2-3 days, with the person facing discomfort while bending their knee. The knee also stiffens. You may be relieved of the symptoms within a week or two but overusing the knee or twisting it may cause a relapse.
    • A severe tear: True to its name, your knee is the worst affected in this case. The cartilage tear may be such that the torn pieces get lodged in between the joint spaces causing the knee to lock, pop or even catch. A person experiences unbearable pain and discomfort along with stiffness and swelling (can be immediately following the injury or within 2-3 days). In the case of a severe meniscus tear, a person may not be able to straighten the knee at all (without treatment and medical intervention)

Treatment for a meniscus tear may be surgical or nonsurgical.
The nonsurgical treatment involves the application of cold compress on the affected area. The person needs to take ample rest exerting minimum pressure on the affected knee. Physiotherapy and strengthening exercise can go a long way in improving the condition. To reduce the pain and swelling, the doctor may prescribe painkillers and NSAIDs (Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs). Keep the knee elevated. The use of elastic wraps may be helpful.

In extreme cases, surgery may help to treat the injury and the associated symptoms.

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Hi Sir, I am getting pains on my foot and wrist and on the bone both legs.

Hi Sir, I am getting pains on my foot and wrist and on the bone both legs.
Just go for a routine medical examination with a doctor so that the reason for the problems can be found. Sometimes the pain subsides with proper diet and daily exercise. Kindly read about healthy diet (balanced diet) and some exercises to keep the body fit and healthy. Yoga can be a good option. You can also start homeopathy which helps in natural healing. You can contact me if the complaints persist.

I have pain in right hip joint which seems to tip of the thigh bone. What is its cause and how can the pain be dealt with.

I have pain in right hip joint which seems to tip of the thigh bone. What is its cause and how can the pain be dealt ...
These are some of the conditions that commonly cause hip pain: arthritis. Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are among the most common causes of hip pain or it can be because of bursitis, tendinitis or muscle or tendon strain, etc. You can relieve hip pain is by holding ice to the area for about 15 minutes a few times a day. Try to rest the affected joint as much as possible until you feel better. You may also try heating the area. A warm bath or shower can help ready your muscle for stretching exercises that can lessen pain. If you have arthritis, exercising the hip joint with low-impact exercises, stretching, and resistance training can reduce pain and improve joint mobility. For example, swimming is a good non-impact exercise for arthritis. Physical therapy can also help increase your range of motion. You need to take treatment for this.

I was walking with bike and suddenly I got jerk in my hip end bone and till now it is paining when I sitting on floor or doing sitting exercises .i m not able to properly sit on the floor, kindly suggest me.

I was walking with bike and suddenly I got jerk in my hip end bone and till now it is paining when I sitting on floor...
You have to take rest and avoid forceful movements. If the pain does not subside then go for a check up with a doctor. Physical examination and some tests can help in diagnosing the real problem. You can revert after a week or after visiting the doctor and update the latest findings for further clarification. You can take homeopathic medicines if needed (for persistent pain).

I used to do a lot of jumping rope and suddenly the backside of my knee started aching a lot especially when I sit down and stand up and when I use indian toilet. I thought the pain will disappear after some time but it continues now even after 3 months. I'm a male aged 48 years. Please suggest a remedy. Thanks.

I used to do a lot of jumping rope and suddenly the backside of my knee started aching a lot especially when I sit do...
Hi, follow these dos and don’ts to help your knees feel their best. 1. Don’t rest too much. Too much rest can weaken your muscles, which can worsen joint pain. Find an exercise program that is safe for your knees and sticks with it. If you're not sure which motions are safe or how much you can do, talk with your doctor or a physical therapist. 2. Do exercise. Cardio exercises strengthen the muscles that support your knee and increase flexibility. Weight training and stretching do, too. For cardio, some good choices include walking, swimming, water aerobics, stationary cycling, and elliptical machines. 3. Don’t risk a fall. A painful or unstable knee can make a fall more likely, which can cause more knee damage. 4. Rest, ice, compression, and elevation (rice) is good for knee pain caused by a minor injury or an arthritis flare. Give your knee some rest, apply ice to reduce swelling, wear a compressive bandage, and keep your knee elevated. 5. Don't overlook your weight. If you're overweight, losing weight reduces the stress on your knee. You don’t even need to get to your "ideal" weight. Smaller changes still make a difference. 6. Don't be shy about using a walking aid. A crutch or cane can take the stress off of your knee. Knee splints and braces can also help you stay stable. 7. Don't let your shoes make matters worse. Cushioned insoles can reduce stress on your knees. 8. Do play with temperature. For the first 48 to 72 hours after a knee injury, use a cold pack to ease swelling and numb the pain. A plastic bag of ice or frozen peas works well. Use it for 15 to 20 minutes three or four times a day. Wrap your ice pack in a towel to be kind to your skin. After that, you can heat things up with a warm bath, heating pad, or warm towel for 15 to 20 minutes, three or four times a day. 9. Don’t jar your joint (s). High-impact exercises can further injure painful knees. Avoid jarring exercises such as running, jumping, and kickboxing. Also avoid doing exercises such as lunges and deep squats that put a lot of stress on your knees. These can worsen pain and, if not done correctly, cause injury. You can contact me for a detailed consultation.
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