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Dr.Ajay's Dental & Nutrition Clinic

Dietitian/Nutritionist Clinic

D 14/79, Sector 7 Rohini, Landmark: Near Sai Baba Mandir. New Delhi
1 Doctor · ₹300
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Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Dietitian/Nutritionist . Our goal is to provide a compassionate professional environment to make your exp......more
Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Dietitian/Nutritionist . Our goal is to provide a compassionate professional environment to make your experience comfortable. Our staff is friendly, knowledgable and very helpful in addressing your health and financial concerns.
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Dr.Ajay's Dental & Nutrition Clinic is known for housing experienced Dietitian/Nutritionists. Dt. Rashima Arora, a well-reputed Dietitian/Nutritionist, practices in New Delhi. Visit this medical health centre for Dietitian/Nutritionists recommended by 47 patients.

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Rohini New Delhi, Delhi - 110085
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Dt. Rashima Arora

MD - Nuclear Medicine
Dietitian/Nutritionist
10 Years experience
300 at clinic
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05:00 PM - 08:30 PM
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What Is Stenosing Tenosynovitis?

MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Mumbai
What Is Stenosing Tenosynovitis?

Stenosing tenosynovitis which is also known as trigger finger is a medical condition in which one of your fingers gets stuck in a bent position. Your finger may bend or straighten with a snap – like a trigger being pulled and released.

It occurs when inflammation narrows the space within the sheath that surrounds the tendon in the affected finger. If trigger finger is severe, the finger may become locked in a bent position.

People whose work or pursue hobbies require repetitive gripping actions and are at higher risk of developing trigger finger. The condition is also more common in women and in anyone with diabetes. Treatment of trigger finger varies depending on the ferocity.

Symptoms may progress from mild to severe which may include:

  • Finger stiffness, particularly in the morning
  • A popping or clicking sensation as you move your finger
  • Tenderness or a bump (nodule) in the palm at the base of the affected finger
  • Finger catching or locking in a bent position, which suddenly pops straight
  • Finger locked in a bent position, which you are unable to straighten

Trigger finger can affect any finger, including the thumb. More than one finger may be affected at a time, and both hands might be involved. It is usually noticeable in the morning, while firmly grasping an object or when straightening your finger.  the patient should seek immediate medical care if the finger joint is hot and inflamed, as these signs may indicate infection.

If you have any stiffness, catching, numbness or pain in a finger joint, or if you can’t straighten or bend a finger, fix an appointment with a doctor.

Factors that put at risk of developing trigger finger include:

Repeated gripping–  Occupations and hobbies that involve repetitive hand use and prolonged gripping may increase the risk of trigger finger.

Certain health problems- People who have diabetes or rheumatoid arthritis are at higher risk of developing trigger finger.

Your sex– Trigger finger is more common in women.

Carpal tunnel syndrome surgery–  Trigger finger may be a complication associated with surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome surgery, especially during the first six months after surgery.

Surgical and other procedures

Steroid injection- An injection of a steroid medication near or into the tendon sheath may reduce inflammation and allow the tendon to glide freely again. This is the most common treatment, and it’s usually effective for a year or more in most people treated. But sometimes it takes more than one injection.

For people with diabetes, steroid injections tend to be less effective.

Percutaneous release- After numbing palm, the doctor inserts a sturdy needle into the tissue around the affected tendon. Moving the needle and your finger helps break apart the constriction that’s blocking the smooth motion of the tendon.

This treatment may be done under ultrasound control so the doctor can see where the tip of the needle is under the skin to be sure it opens the tendon sheath without damaging the tendon or nearby nerves. This procedure is usually done in the doctor’s office or in an office procedure room.

Surgery- Working through a small incision near the base of the affected finger, a surgeon can cut open the constricted section of tendon sheath. This procedure is usually done in an operating room.

Medications

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs — such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin IB) or naproxen (Aleve) — may relieve the pain but are unlikely to relieve the swelling constricting the tendon sheath or trapping the tendon.

Therapy

Rest- Avoid activities that require repetitive gripping, repeated grasping or the prolonged use of vibrating hand-held machinery until your symptoms improve. If you can’t avoid these activities altogether, padded gloves may offer some protection.

A splint- Doctor may have you wear a splint at night to keep the affected finger in an extended position for up to six weeks. The splint helps rest the tendon.

Stretching exercises- Doctor may also suggest gentle exercises to help maintain mobility in the finger.

Pearl Millets/Bajra

M.Sc. in Dietetics and Food Service Management , Post Graduate Diploma In Computer Application, P.G.Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics , B.Sc.Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Pearl Millets/Bajra

Pearl Millets/Bajra

Who Is A Healthy Person?

BHMS
General Physician, Navi Mumbai
Who Is A Healthy Person?

According to world health organisation, health is defined as a complete state of physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease.

Hence, to have a healthy life one has to be physically, mentally and socially complete.

Tips for physical health (morning to night):

1. Always awake in the morning (6am to 8am) but after completion of atleast 6-8hrs sleep. There is no need to get up at 4am. But, it is always advisable to get up on or before 8am.

2. Drink a glass of hot water just after getting up in the morning.

3. Try to go for a walk in the morning (else a evening walk will do).

4. Have good heavy breakfast in the morning. Breakfast should be completed by 10am.

5. Afternoon meal should be between 12pm to 2pm.

6. Have a evening snack.

7. Dinner should be done between 6pm to 8pm.

8. Try not to take any salt diet after 8pm for the good health.

9. Sleep till 10-11pm, so as to get up after 6 to 8 hrs sleep. Always keep mobile phones away while sleeping, as it's very much necessary to have a sound sleep.

10. In complete day drink atleast 3-4 litters of water so to keep your skin glowing and keeping you hydrated.

11. Wear mask in the dust and polluted areas. 

12. Avoid smoking & alcohol as much as possible.

Tips for mental health (morning to evening):

1. Do yoga or meditation for atleast 20-30min (ideally between 6am to 8am).

2. Try to control anger in every possible way. To control anger always try to think what if you were on his/her place.

3. Always keep in mind if you are angry, it will affect only n only your health.

4. Try not to expect lot from others, as this will not hurt yourself. 

5. Try your level best to expect more from yourself, as it will be motivating.

6. Keep calm and think before you speak, rather than regretting afterwards.

7. Always keep your temper cool in what so ever circumstances. When ever you unable to control you temper try following things; 

• watch yourself in the mirror
• do deep breathing for 2min
• go for a walk or a short run and think of whole scenario only in a positive way.
If atleast any one of this is done, your anger will vanish.


Tips for social health:

1. Always in the morning try to greet everyone one with a good morning with a bright smile.

2. Try to be very humble to your people (family).

3. Outside your home try to be first to say thanks or sorry. As this will create a good impression and saying sorry in any argument will vanish a anger.

4. Try to be help elders.

5. Try to have a talk with your family and friends, rather than sitting alone.

6. Try to be in social atmosphere, rather than being alone.

Hence, one who can synchronise the physical mental & social atmosphere at a complete level, will only be a healthy person, and not just the absence of a disease.

Rice vs. Chapati

B.Sc. - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mangalore
Rice vs. Chapati

Rice vs. Chapati

Rice is one of the more commonly consumed grains, providing 20 percent of the world's energy from food. Chapati is a type of unleavened bread commonly consumed by people when they eat Indian food. Both of these foods can be nutritious side dishes, but chapatis are a bit more nutrient dense than rice.

Macronutrients

A 1/3-cup serving of rice contains 80 calories, 1 gram of protein, 0.1 gram of fat and 18 grams of carbohydrate. A small, 6-inch chapati contains 71 calories, 3 grams of protein, 0.4 gram of fat and 15 grams of carbohydrates, including 2 grams of fiber. The chapati is lower in calories and provides more protein and fiber, both of which help you keep feeling full for longer.

Vitamins

Both rice and chapatis provide folate, a water-soluble B vitamin that is essential for making DNA and forming new cells, including the red blood cells that transport oxygen throughout your body. Folate also helps prevent neural-tube birth defects, so it is especially important for women who are pregnant or could become pregnant. Rice is the better source, providing 15 percent of the daily value for folate per serving compared with 4 percent of the DV in each chapati.

Minerals

Each serving of chapatis provides you with 6 percent of the DV for phosphorus, 5 percent of the DV for iron and magnesium, 2 percent of the DV for potassium and 1 percent of the DV for calcium. A serving of rice provides the same amount of iron but less phosphorus and magnesium, with 2 percent of the DV for each of these nutrients, and less potassium, with 1 percent of the DV. Rice doesn't contain any calcium. Phosphorus is important for kidney function and cell repair, iron is needed for forming red blood cells, and magnesium helps regulate your blood pressure and blood sugar levels.

Use

When eating Indian food, chapatis are torn into smaller pieces and used to help scoop up the main dish. Rice is used to help soak up liquids and stretch the meal to make it more filling. Brown rice is a healthier option, since it contains more fiber and micronutrients, so opt for brown basmati rice if it is available rather than white. For the healthiest Indian meals, start your meal with either Rasam soup or mulligatawny soup if it is broth-based instead of the fried appetizers on the menu, and then order dal and either tandoori chicken or palak paneer for your main dish to go with your chapatis and rice.

Considerations

While chapatis are higher in fiber, protein and micronutrients than rice, with the exception of folate, they are also higher in sodium. Rice doesn't contain any sodium unless you add salt to it, but each chapati contains 131 milligrams of sodium, or 5 percent of the DV. If you are watching your sodium intake, rice might be the better option.

I have been taking multivitamins - becadexamine but I am planning to add omega3 fish oil and vit C and calcium and Vitamin E as well. One capsules for each on daily basis. I want to know at what timings I should take and if there are side effects of these if am taking all.

MD, Fellowship in Intergrative Medicine, MBBS
Integrated Medicine Specialist, Kochi
I have been taking multivitamins - becadexamine but I am planning to add omega3 fish oil and vit C and calcium and Vi...
Most of the suplements sold in India is garbage including the one you are taking now do not blindly follow advts on tv and internet. First before choosing any supplement read the ingredients and the excepients and whether they meet the RDA any thing promoted as once a day is garbage only because your drs in India do not know nutrition most of them get kick backs from pharma companies for writing such products Make sure you take quality supplements because quality supplements should have Zero Additives, Zero Artificial colors Zero Coatings Zero Hydrogenated fats Zero Artificial sweeteners Gluten free, Yeast free, Nuts free ,Eggs and Fish free Non GMO Vegetarian capsule Soy free Diary free otherwise any of these ingredients which can affect any system like Joints, brain ,Thyroid Gut etc and cause symptoms and new disease No Dr. in India will reply in the same way I have replied so please wake up change your diet and lifestyle and take the right supplements by taking a consult after sending feedback with name and working number. Treat the root cause and not the symptom Get educated and never Medicated.
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Hello doctor please customize my diet plan my weight is 66 kg and height is 6 ft. I am too skinny. Please make my diet plan.

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
Hello doctor please customize my diet plan my weight is 66 kg and height is 6 ft. I am too skinny. Please make my die...
Hello, Go for meditation to nourish your entire body to strengthen your cell & tissues improving your body in a healthy manner by  improving your stamina. •Tk,  plenty of water to hydrate your body, regulating your metabolism to absorb, proteins, vitamins, minerals to enshape  your  body. •Your diet be easily digestible, thrice a day, preferably -high in protein, carbohydrates- and fats, take  fish, eggs, chicken to energise your body. • Tk,  apples, carrots, potatoes, sweet- potatoes, milk,  almonds. •Tk, banana with hot milk in the breakfast. •Add ghee in lunch. Go for aerobics to strengthen your muscles to enshape your whole body. Tk,  homoeopathic medicine: @ AlfalfaQ -10 drops,  thrice with little water. Avoid, junkfood, ,alcohol & nicotine. Tk,  care.
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Hi sir/madam My age is 23 My problem is im soo thin im not getting weight day by day im looking so ugly. Nd I have mental tension thinking .no sleep every day. Just thinking thinking thinking of my problems. Mentally im so depressed. Please help me to over come of these problem. Nd pls say is there any tablet to solve my sleeping nd over thinking problem. Nd pls say how to become healthy body nd weight.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, PG - Graduate Diploma In Health Sciences In Diabetology, MD - Bio-Chemistry
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Chennai
Hi sir/madam
My age is 23 My problem is im soo thin im not getting weight day by day im looking so ugly. Nd I have me...
Don’t worry about body shape. Check your thyroid Eat a good meal like rice/roti, dal and veggies. Eat nuts and legumes everyday. Include animal protein in moderation.
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I want to loss my weight, what I can do? Can you give me a diet plan, or smithing eles, some tips, please help me.

Ph.D ; M.Sc Foods & Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
I want to loss my weight, what I can do? Can you give me a diet plan, or smithing eles, some tips, please help me.
To start with avoid simple sugars as far as possible like sugar, jaggery, honey, sweets, candies, chocolates, cold drinks etc. 'Eat Out' less, avoid junk and have good quantity of fresh foods which are not processed like fruits, vegetables, soups, salads, nuts, low fat milk, curd etc. Gradually, focus on higher protein intake, lower fat and restrict carbohydrates to high fibre foods only. Combine these dietary changes with 1 hour play/walk / exercise. If you need us to help you with proper customised Diet plans for weight loss, you can opt for our online program or contact us through Lybrate' private consult.
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