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Eva Physiotherapy & Wellness Clinic

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Flat Number.249, Ground Floor, Suryodaya Appartment, Pocket.8, Sector-12, Landmark : Opposite Radisson Blu Hotel Delhi
1 Doctor · ₹350
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Eva Physiotherapy & Wellness Clinic Physiotherapist Clinic Flat Number.249, Ground Floor, Suryodaya Appartment, Pocket.8, Sector-12, Landmark : Opposite Radisson Blu Hotel Delhi
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Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Physiotherapist.Our goal is to provide a compassionate professional environment to make your experience c......more
Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Physiotherapist.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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Eva Physiotherapy & Wellness Clinic is known for housing experienced Physiotherapists. Dr. Aneeta Verma, a well-reputed Physiotherapist, practices in Delhi. Visit this medical health centre for Physiotherapists recommended by 63 patients.

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09:00 AM - 04:00 PM

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Flat Number.249, Ground Floor, Suryodaya Appartment, Pocket.8, Sector-12, Landmark : Opposite Radisson Blu Hotel
Dwarka Sector 12 Delhi, NCT of Delhi - 110075
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Dr. Aneeta Verma

Wellness Diploma, MBA (Healthcare), BPTh/BPT, Post Graduate Specialization In Preventive Health Care
Physiotherapist
10 Years experience
350 at clinic
₹350 online
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Physiotherapy and Soft Tissue Injuries - What Should You Know

Wellness Diploma, MBA (Healthcare), BPTh/BPT, Post Graduate Specialization In Preventive Health Care
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Physiotherapy and Soft Tissue Injuries - What Should You Know

Soft Tissue Injuries occur when soft body tissues of the likes of muscular tissue, ligaments or tendons receive a dose of stress or strain caused by sudden impact, which is far greater than the load the soft tissues are able to withstand. The occurrences of soft tissue injuries are far greater than the probabilities of suffering a fracture, as the soft tissues absorb the majority of the impact, before passing it onto the bones. Swelling, edema, tendon or ligament break, etc. are some of the immediate effects observed following a soft tissue injury in the majority of victims.

If the whole process of tissue damage to regeneration new tissue is observed, this is how the process would appear to us:

  1. Damage to the tissue would almost immediately be followed by bleeding internally, and inflammation, which would be highly painful if touched. The damaged tissue would then be gradually removed and replaced with a live, healthy tissue by the body, without any external intervention.
  2. Based on the severity and extent of damage, the process of removal and repair can take a few weeks to a couple of months. This transition is highly painful and tends to affect the normal functioning of the whole surrounding region, irrespective of how minuscule the damage may seem.
  3. The duration when remodeling of the tissue occurs, is most susceptible to fresh damage, as the live cells are not yet ready to develop the full potential of stress-bearing capability. The remodeling phase generally does not require any external aid in the form of supportive drug therapy or physical therapy.
  4. Though the application of physiotherapy in soft tissue injuries are sometimes contested, physical therapy may come in handy for patients who put up a delayed response in regeneration than usual. Physiotherapy takes care of the little details such as an inability to resume normal body functions, as well as stiffness of the affected area. Physical therapy ensures normal blood flow has been restored, a stiffness of the surrounding soft tissues is addressed, and normal functioning of the area begins to restore.
  5. Generally, patients who experience a disrupted mechanism of removal and repair of soft tissues require any sort of medical help in the form of drugs and/or physical therapy. While drugs reduce the turnaround time in terms of boosting the chemical balance, physiotherapy addresses the trauma experienced by the patients. In addition, physiotherapy may indirectly boost the activity of chemical mediators which further speeds up the recovery process as a whole.
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How Long Do You Need Physiotherapy Post Fracture?

Wellness Diploma, MBA (Healthcare), BPTh/BPT, Post Graduate Specialization In Preventive Health Care
Physiotherapist, Delhi
How Long Do You Need Physiotherapy Post Fracture?

Fractures constitute one of the most challenging aspects of healthcare sector - clocking the most number of lost work hours after lifestyle diseases. These injuries though appearing innocuous in nature because of their initial mild swellings and pain can bring untold sufferings in the long run, if left unchecked. Since fractures are concealed from the naked eye, and the extent of damage is never revealed during the first few days; the damage done if left untreated may cost the victim quite a fortune when measured in monetary terms.

  1. Physiotherapy is often the treatment of choice for secondary complications which pop up, followed by implementation of procedures for healing. Healing of bones requires a long period of immobilization of limbs or the affected region such that the bones of the affected region do not experience any stress which may impair the healing process.
  2. The duration during which the limb is kept immobilized, there is a gradual buildup of calcium layers around the joints, which result in stiffness and joint pains, associated with loss of muscular strength. Generally, the duration of immobilization may range from somewhere between two to three weeks based on the extent and nature of the fracture. During the 3rd or the 4th week, physicians generally recommend commencing of physical therapy sessions to overcome limb stiffness, increase blood flow to the affected area, as well as improve the flexibility of nearby joints.
  3. Physiotherapy sessions once commenced, would greatly improve the particular functions, albeit slowly. This is an area of treatment where progress is rather slow, and which is monitored closely by physicians and physiotherapists alike. Though the affected bones are allowed to move gently and subjected to a gradual increase in stress, an estimated duration of four to six weeks is generally recommended for the bones to strengthen as well as for the limbs to function in a perfect manner.
  4. Though physiotherapy is highly sought after following a fracture, only experts should be allowed to decide when to begin the sessions. If such sessions begin too early in the healing period, secondary damage may occur. Physical therapy is continued till the body displays optimum mobility and the subsequent response to such treatment.

Physiotherapy can be regarded as a supplementary course of treatment, which is essential as a ‘force multiplier’ of the treatment regime. Overall, the victim’s physiology the type of fracture and treatment regimen followed plays a more decisive role in deciding the duration of physical therapy.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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I am 34 years old. I have right shoulder pain (elbow and wrist too some time) from last few days. I have consulted with doctor and X-ray has done. Osteophyte c4-c-5 level and intervertebral disc space c6-c7 level on my report. Doctor prescribed me gabapin 100 and nurokind lc. But still I have that pain. Now my two hand, shoulder, neck and back are also paining. What should I do?

Wellness Diploma, MBA (Healthcare), BPTh/BPT, Post Graduate Specialization In Preventive Health Care
Physiotherapist, Delhi
I am 34 years old. I have right shoulder pain (elbow and wrist too some time) from last few days. I have consulted wi...
Dear lybrate-user Osteopytes formation is early degeneration, and it's major cause is nutritional deficiency get dietary counselling for it, and physiotherapy will help you a lot to get rid of this pain.
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How To Prevent Gastric Problem

Wellness Diploma, MBA (Healthcare), BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Delhi

Gastric 80% is because of lifestyle and only 20% medical condition behind, anyone can prevent it by just few lifestyle changes.

1. Take appropriate amount of water. 8-12 glasses per day 
2. Avoid too much of coffee and tea.
3. Avoid fried and junk 
4. Avoid aireated drinks 
5. Take fruits on daily bases.
6. Do exercise of 15-30 min daily.

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