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Dr. Harvender Singh

Orthopedist, Delhi

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Dr. Harvender Singh is an experienced Orthopedist in Daryaganj, Delhi. He is currently practising at Sanjeevan Medical Research Centre PVT LTD in Daryaganj, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Harvender Singh and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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What to do when I wake up early morning and my neck started paining little full day till evening?

MBBS, MBA (Healthcare)
General Physician, Delhi
What to do when I wake up early morning and my neck started paining little full day till evening?
apply volini gel on neck . do warm fomentation. do neck muscle exercises, avoid high pillow. it will be ok.
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I have a pain in my left leg calf muscles (from knee to ankle) and it become quite heavy .It has been for last 10 yrs. X_ray, MRI done but no any result come, Please suggest the good treatment.

BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Hyderabad
I have a pain in my left leg calf muscles (from knee to ankle) and it become quite heavy .It has been for last 10 yrs...
Purely it could be calf muscle tightness and adhesions. Please get released by musculoskeletal physio.
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I have problem with my back pain and leg pain also. I was face this problem over a 2 years. Please tell me how to fix it?

MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Pune
I have problem with my back pain and leg pain also. I was face this problem over a 2 years. Please tell me how to fix...
Hello lybrate user, back pain radiating along a leg may be due to prolapsed intervertebral disc or commonly referred to as slipped- disc. You should avoid lifting weights, bending forwards and take bed rest for 2 days if the pain is severe. A consultation may help if you are having tingling, numbness, or weakness in the lower limb/ the leg. Thank you.
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My upper and lower back hurts when I sit for long time and also my right foot cause pain and uncomfort for past few month.

MPT, BPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
My upper and lower back hurts when I sit for long time and also my right foot cause pain and uncomfort for past few m...
Do the cat/cow stretch. Get on all fours, with your arms straight and your hands directly under your shoulders; your knees hip-width apart. Stretch Calves Get a custom made insole. Hams Stretching.
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Backache -17 (a)

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Delhi
Backache -17 (a)

Remedial exercises 

Backache is a complex problem. It has multifactorial aetiology. There are many exercises that are used as an adjunct to its treatment. Here, some of the exercises useful in the management of backache are described. It is not a complete list. Many more can be added to it. As a matter of fact white charting out the exercise programme for an individual suffering from backache; one should take into account the exact cause of backache, age, the built of the body and even the mental attitude of the patient. The exercises should be done slowly and increased gradually. During exercise, sudden jerks should be avoided. Most of the cases of backache fortunately settle down with simple remedial exercises.

Some of the cases do not respond satisfactorily. It is these -who pose a baffling problem. Many methods have been tried in the past & new ones are being discovered with the hope that this oldest problem of mankind  the aching back, the most common yet intractable, is solved.

The actual treatment of backache lies in the therapeutic exercises only 

They act by: 

(a) improving the muscle tone. (b) improving the muscle power. (c) regaining the mobility of the joints and elasticity of the ligaments. (ligaments are the natural hinges like those of doors which control the direction of the movement of a joint). The usual remedial spinal exercises are:

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Sir I have a cervical radiculogy problem in c6/c5. I feel severe pain in right hand and feeling thumb unconscious. Feel burn in muscles and jhinjhinahat and I could not bend throat to left side. This problem is since two month.

Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT), Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT)
Occupational Therapist, Delhi
Sir I have a cervical radiculogy problem in c6/c5. I feel severe pain in right hand and feeling thumb unconscious. Fe...
Apply hot fomentation Do neck & shoulder stretching Do active movements of neck & shoulder Use thin pillow while sleeping Do shoulder pendular exercises Do smiley ball squeezing activity Perform all exercises twice a day
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I am have pain in my right elbow. I play cricket everyday and it pains only at that time. I think my ligament may be damaged. Help me out.

Dip. SICOT (Belgium), MNAMS, DNB (Orthopedics), MBBS
Orthopedist, Delhi
Hi thanks for your query and welcome to lybrate. I am Dr. Akshay from fortis hospital, new delhi. If there is any instability in your elbow region while doing any activity, then that is an indication for mri of your elbow region as it will show us any issues with your elbow ligaments. Also please mention the exact site of elbow pain, is it at the back of your elbow, outer or the inner part because there are different reason for each one. It will be better if you can actually send me a clinical picture taken from your mobile or camera pointing to exact site of pain so that I can see it. Also kindly tell me whether there is any swelling, or any other s/s of inflammation like skin redness or local warmth on touch as well? have you got your uric acid levels done recently? do not hesitate to contact me if you need any further assistance.
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I start running 2 months ago. I run 3km. I also do exercise and stretching. After that also there is some pain in my lower calf. My friends told me that is due to either sole of shoes or due to because I run on road. please help me because it is intolerable. Also I never run before.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
I start running 2 months ago. I run 3km. I also do exercise and stretching. After that also there is some pain in my ...
Calf pain after an injury is usual but runners often complain of calf soreness with no history of trauma to the area. In these cases, like many in running, the key is identifying the cause and rectifying it. Non-traumatic calf pain usually follows a fairly predictable pattern – the pain develops when running and gradually worsens as the run continues. The calf may feel tight and even stop the runner from going any further. After running the pain subsides a little but the calf often continues to feel tight for a day or so. Commonly when not running symptoms are minimal. This leads to the question of why are my calf muscles becoming fatigued? Every muscle has it’s different level of strength and endurance, exceed that level and it will usually start to become painful and tight. The answer to why this happens usually has 2 parts to it; 1. The calf is being overloaded 2. The calf muscles are weak or lack endurance. Overloading the calf Common causes can be introducing hill or speed work, increasing weekly mileage and increasing training intensity .Another factor is exercise you do in addition to running – if you’ve started to introduce gym sessions and running on the same day, or the following day, the calf may already be somewhat fatigued before you start. If you run regularly you might be quite accustomed to running on heavy tired legs. You can become unaware just how fatigued muscles are getting. The first answer when you have been overloading your calf is often rest. A few days rest, some will often work wonders. I would recommend this before you start thinking about addressing any calf weakness – adding more exercises to an already fatigued calf can add to the problem. Secondly, you may need to think about your training schedule. Are you doing too much with too little rest? Adding a rest day or reducing your mileage temporarily can help resolve symptoms, allowing you to progress again Assessing calf strength The easiest way to do this is a single calf raise; • Stand on 1 leg with your finger tips on a wall/ table for balance (not to push up from). • Push up onto your toes and slowly down again • Do as many as you can (going right up, not just lifting your heel a bit!) • Count the repetitions and compared left and right side You should be able to do the same amount left and right and it should feel as easy both sides. Clinically I like to see runners achieving 40+ reps on each leg. Below 30 might suggest a lack of endurance. You may find this test causes your symptoms, in which case stop, don’t push through pain. The single calf raise is very effective to strengthen the calf. Do as many as comfortable, rest for 1-2 minutes and repeat for 2-3 sets. Aim to work up to 3 sets of 25-30 reps. Do this 2 or 3 days a week on days that you aren’t running. The exercise can also be done on the edge of a stair to allow for greater range of movement by letting the heel drop below the level of the step. Calf flexibility is also important and not to be overlooked. Gently stretch the calf dynamically prior to running using mini squats, lunges, wall presses etc. anything that stretches the calf a little in a comfortable, controlled way. Dehyration aspect cannot be ruled out.Runners who drink less water or sweat more ,often suffer from Calf cramps.So one should drink large quantity of water if they run in routine. Homoeopathic medicine RHUS TOX 30 ( Dr Reckeweg) Drink 2 drops 3 times daily for 7-15 days.
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We have one problem sir, My two legs have problems So I'm scanning my legs, result I can't understand, please you tell me The result is 1. Minimal atheromatous wall thickening in lower limb 2. Normal spectral wave forms and velocities in arteries. please tell me.

BHMS
Homeopath, Mumbai
We have one problem sir,
My two legs have problems So I'm scanning my legs, result I can't understand, please you tel...
Dear user Kindly show your result to a general surgeon who can advise you better It means your blood vessels diameter is getting reduce Hopefully your questions is answered.
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DO YOU HAVE ARTHRITIS

M. Ch. (Orthopedic), MS - Orthopaedics, Diploma In Orthopaedics (D. Ortho), MBBS
Orthopedist, Gurgaon
DO YOU HAVE ARTHRITIS
Arthritis prevention let's save our generation next from arthritis pain,
Says Dr. Sanjaykapoor, senior consultant orthopedics and joint replacement surgery.
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Arthritis affects over 15% approximately 180 million people in india, which is higher than many well known diseases.
While much has been said about high incidence of diabetes, hypertension, cancer and hiv in india, recent studies suggest that osteoarthritis beats them all to claim the no. 1 slot among ailments in the country.
Contrary to the misconception that arthritis only impacts the elderly, this disorder is increasingly found in the younger population.
Age is not a factor for arthritis; it can affect young and old alike. Earlier, arthritis patients would be around 65 years or so, but now the younger lot in the age group of 40-45 yrs which is normally considered to be in their golden years are increasingly turning up for surgery.
Higher levels of stress coupled with modern day lifestyles are increasing incidence of arthritis.
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The best way to beating arthritis is by staying active.
The key to arthritis management is finding balance between activities and rest-exercising, as too much may stress sensitive joints, while being too sedentary can cause stiffness and immobility.
Stretching and gentle movements such as yoga are easy on the joints and keep them fluid and supple.
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Exercises such as riding a bike, swimming and water aerobics keep the heart healthy and muscles strong while putting too much pressure on the joints.
Low impact exercises allow you to work your muscles without stressing your joints. Stretching often increases muscle tone and can help boost the range of motion of your joints.
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Just make sure you warm up your muscles and joints before stretching to avoid aggravating joint pain and strain your muscles. By varying activities and following a well-rounded exercise routine with variety can help to maintain strength and protect your joints. Maintaining a healthy weight can reduce stress on your joints, especially weight bearing joints like your hips and knees.
In addition, this can slow down the wear on your joints during daily activities such as walking.
When you have experienced a joint injury, protecting that joint will lower the chances of developing arthritis later.
By taking care not to injure the joint again, you may also decrease the intensity of symptoms should arthritis develop later. Remember always listen to your body, stop exercising if you experience sharp pain and don't try to work through joint discomfort.
Find activities that are gentle on the body and take them at a comfortable pace.
Lastly but not the least, drinking enough water keeps the cartilage in joints lubricated so bones don't rub up against each other.
By eating foods rich in vitamin c and e and calcium, you'll help build a musculoskeletal system that can outlast degenerative conditions.
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Dr. Sanjay kapoor (orthopedics & joint replacement surgeon)
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