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Dr. Abhishek Kumar Mishra  - Orthopedist, New Delhi

Dr. Abhishek Kumar Mishra

87 (11 ratings)
MS - Orthopaedics, MCH, Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS), M...

Orthopedist, New Delhi

18 Years Experience  ·  700 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Abhishek Kumar Mishra 87% (11 ratings) MS - Orthopaedics, MCH, Membership of the Royal College o... Orthopedist, New Delhi
18 Years Experience  ·  700 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
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I am a caring, skilled professional, dedicated to simplify what is often a very complicated and confusing area of health care....more
I am a caring, skilled professional, dedicated to simplify what is often a very complicated and confusing area of health care.
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Dr. Abhishek Kumar Mishra is an experienced and trusted Orthopedist based in Hauz Khas, Delhi. He has an experience of over 17 years. He has finished his FJR, MCH, MS (Orthopaedics) and MBBS. He currently sits in his chamber at Orthopedics International in Hauz Khas, Delhi. Dr. Abhishek Kumar Mishra has experience in joint replacement surgery and has acquired international training as an experienced senior orthopedic. He also acquired a gold medal during his post-graduation. He has finished his MS as well as MBBS from DU (Delhi University). Dr. Abhishek Kumar Mishra has visited several countries like Singapore, Hong Kong, USA, Austria and Germany for fellowship programs. He mainly specializes in minimally invasive spine surgeries, hip replacement and knee replacement surgeries. Apart from these he also treats osteoporosis, arthritis, scoliosis, sciatica, sprains, ligament problems, ruptured disks, lower back pain, pulled muscles, bursitis, strains, dislocations and fractures and sports injury.

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Education
MS - Orthopaedics - Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi - 2003
MCH - USAIM - 2008
Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS) - GLASGOW - 2005
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MBBS - Maulana Azad Medical Collage - 1999
FJR - GERMANY - 2009
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Awards and Recognitions
Fellowship In Navigation Joint Replacement, Vienna
Professional Memberships
Indian Orthopaedic Association
Delhi Orthopedic Association
Medical Council of India (MCI)
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Delhi Medical Association (DMA)
Indian Medical Association (IMA)
Delhi Medical Council
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
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May right knee feel pain. Visit a doctor. Also done mri. Doctor told ligament is very thin and weak. He suggest only a sachet collaflex pro. I do not walk on staircase. Please suggest.

MS - Orthopaedics, MCH, Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS), MBBS, FJR
Orthopedist, Delhi
May right knee feel pain. Visit a doctor. Also done mri. Doctor told ligament is very thin and weak. He suggest only ...
Also start with quadriceps drill for which you can meet a physio. I think the doctor is talking about your cartilage not ligaments.
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Causes and Symptoms of Wrist Fracture

MS - Orthopaedics, MCH, Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS), MBBS, FJR
Orthopedist, Delhi
Causes and Symptoms of Wrist Fracture

The medical term used to describe a broken wrist is wrist fracture. The fracture might be in the 10 bones, which make up the wrist or in the radius. Some fractures can be serious while others may be tiny. The serious fractures make the bone unstable and these might require surgeries to cure. Open fracture is when the bone breaks and it breaks through the skin. This might cause an infection to the wounded area.

  • Causes: The most basic cause of a wrist fracture is injury. Any fall on your outstretched hand and you might have to nurse a fractured wrist. This type of fracture is common among sportsmen. If you are suffering from osteoporosis, then you have a high risk of getting a wrist fracture. Traumatic accidents may also cause severe wrist fractures.
  • Symptoms: The symptoms of a wrist fracture can be extremely painful. The pain escalates whenever you try to move your wrist or flex it, even if you are just flexing your fingers. Sometimes your hand or arm may even become extremely numb when you fracture the wrist. The muscles in the area become tender and swell up. It is almost impossible to move the wrist after it gets fractured. The fracture causes the wrist or rather the hand to appear deformed. The area around the fracture might even get bruise and a fractured wrist also affects the blood flow in the area. You might even injure your muscles, ligaments, tendons and nerves.
  • Diagnosis: To confirm and check the level of severity, you are generally asked to get an X-ray done. In order to get a more detailed look at the fracture, you might have to undergo CT or MRI scans as well. Usually to treat a fracture, you will have to wear a splint and move your hand as least as possible. But keep moving you're your fingers otherwise they might get stiff. Your doctor will inform you from when you will be able to move your wrist. Until then try to keep your movements to the minimal.
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Causes and Symptoms of Stress Fracture

MS - Orthopaedics, MCH, Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS), MBBS, FJR
Orthopedist, Delhi
Causes and Symptoms of Stress Fracture

Stress fractures are small cracks that may appear in a bone. It occurs due to repetitive application of force in the same area. It is very common among various sports such as running, tennis and football. It may also occur due to osteoporosis as this disorder weakens the bones and allows stress fractures to occur easily.

The majority of stress fractures occur due to overuse of a specific muscle. The bones and the muscles used in a specific movement do not get time to recover, thus leading to stress fracture.

Causes: The major cause of stress fracture is change in physical activity, such as a sudden increase in exercise. The other factors that may lead to stress fracture are -

  1. Poor conditioning: If you are starting an exercise regimen without proper preparation, then it may cause stress on the muscles. It is important that you condition your body before doing any intense activity to prevent injuries.
  2. Bone insufficiency: Various disorders such as osteoporosis reduces bone strength and increases the likelihood of a stress fracture. If you have low bone density then you are at a higher risk of having stress fractures.
  3. Change in surface: Change in surface like shifting from running on grass to road tends to cause more stress on the legs, thus increasing the likelihood of a fracture.
  4. Improper form: Performing any exercise with improper form may lead to a number of injuries. It is recommended to learn the correct technique before exercising, so you may use a spotter or a trainer to guide you.

Symptoms
The symptoms of a stress fracture are: 

  1. Pain: You may experience dull to severe pain if you have stress fractures. The severity of pain will depend on the severity of the fracture.
  2. Swelling: Pain may be accompanied by swelling on the sides and the top of the foot.
  3. Tenderness: Stress fractures may cause tenderness in the muscles around the affected area.
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Causes and Symptoms of Shin Splints

MS - Orthopaedics, MCH, Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS), MBBS, FJR
Orthopedist, Delhi
Causes and Symptoms of Shin Splints

Shin splints' is a condition, which is characterized by pain in the shin bone, the bone that is present in front of the leg. Shin splints tend to occur quite frequently in runners and dancers as their activities tend to stress the shin bone.

Causes: When excess force is applied to the shinbone, it may result in swelling of the muscles, causing pain and inflammation. It may also occur from stress reactions to fractures in the bone. Cracks tend to develop due to constant application of force in the bones. If the area is not well rested then these cracks will not heal and ultimately lead to a complete fracture.

Some other causes of shin splints are:

  1. Muscle imbalance in the glutes or the thighs
  2. Anatomical deformity such as flat foot
  3. Not using proper form during training
  4. Lack of flexibility
  5. If you wear improper shoes during workouts, then it may lead to shin problems
  6. Running downhill may lead to excessive stress on the shin leading to shin splints

Symptoms:
The symptoms of shin splints are: 

  1. You may experience swelling in the lower leg
  2. A dull pain in the front portion of the leg
  3. Tenderness around the shin area
  4. Numbness around the shin area
  5. Inflammation in the shin area
  6. You may experience severe pain while walking

Treatment: The basic treatment for shin splints is the RICE (rest, ice, compression and elevation) protocol. It means allowing the leg to rest, applying ice packs and wearing compression bandages. It is recommended to take rest and not exert the leg beyond a certain point to limit the damage. The complications that may result from shin splints are compartment syndrome, where there is buildup of pressure in the muscle. In some cases, where the muscle tears off from the bone, a surgery may be required to treat this condition.

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