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Dr. Indra Gupta

Anesthesiologist, Delhi

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Dr. Indra Gupta is a popular Anesthesiologist in Rajouri Garden, Delhi. You can visit him at Chawala Nursing Home in Rajouri Garden, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Indra Gupta and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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I am 45 years old suffering from recently rhema ortho problems having pain in knee and hand fingers what is remedy pl suggest.

MBBS, Diploma In Orthopaedics (D. Ortho)
Orthopedist, Lucknow
I am 45 years old suffering from recently rhema ortho problems having pain in knee and hand fingers what is remedy pl...
Hi lybrate-user thanx for writing. It's all manageable with right consultation with a rheumatologist or orthopedics doctor, so kindly consult one as physical examination for correct objective assessment and right treatment, after blood tests for arthritis profile and Xrays ,can begin. Meanwhile, do fermentation. And apply moov or volini gel rubbing for 10 mts each joint best wishes.
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Hello Sir. I have pain around Knee joint. Basically I did trekking last sunday to a hilly arae and while coming down I started feeling pain in left knee (to the exterior side below knee joint. It becomes worse while doing up/down on stairs in office. Please tell me what is the issue ?

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition, DNHE, P.G. Diploma in Panchkarma, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Hapur
Hello Sir. I have pain around Knee joint. Basically I did trekking last sunday to a hilly arae and while coming down ...
According to ayurveda you r suffering from sandhi vata. Here I can only advise u. Massage with mahanarayan tail on affected parts followed by light fomentation. Multivitamin and calcium supplements daily.
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Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury- Causes, Symptoms, and Diagnosis

FFSEM, MFSEM, DIP - SEM GB & I, MCh - Orthopaedics, MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Hyderabad
Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury- Causes, Symptoms, and Diagnosis

The Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is an important ligament that gives stability to the knees. An injury to this ligament can result in a host of complications and discomfort. Children or adults who are into sports such as gymnastics, volleyball, tennis, basketball, soccer, football, often injure this ligament. As per various studies and surveys, ACL injury is more likely to affect female athletes as compared to their male counterparts.

Depending on the severity and extent of the damage, an Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury may be ranked on a grade of 3.

  1. Grade 1 sprains indicate a mild injury or stretching of the ligament, seldom affecting the stability of the knees.
  2. Grade 2 sprains are indicative of a partial ligament tear (the ligament loosen up). The damage is still under control.
  3. Grade 3 sprains are extensive and severe, indicating a complete ligament tear (the ligament often breaks in two pieces). With a complete ligament tear, the stability of the knee is also affected (the knee becomes highly unstable).

What causes Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injury?
While a host of sports activities mentioned above increases the risk of the injury, a person may also suffer a partial or a complete anterior cruciate ligament tear under the following situations.

  • A jump down a ladder, a tree, or a wall. An incorrect jump or a landing may be equally responsible for the ligament tear.
  • A collision or a hit, especially on the knee (while playing football).
  • Slowing down suddenly while still in running motion. A person suddenly stopping or missing a step can also injure the ligament.

Symptoms associated with ACL injury

  • An excruciating pain (especially in the back and outside of the knee) is often seen in people with a complete ligament tear (the movement is yet not affected). However, within a few hours, there may a swelling around the knee, indicating the severity of the injury with internal bleeding within the knee joints.
  • There may be restricted knee movement. The knee also feels unstable, further limiting the movement.
  • Sometimes a pop in the knee can be heard just at the time of the ACL injury.
  • Prolonged ACL injury left unattended can result in a painful complication such as knee osteoarthritis.

Diagnosis
To diagnose the extent of the damage, the doctor may suggest

  • Physical examination, including a quick brief about the case history.
  • Imaging tests such as X-rays and MRI can go a long way to analyze the ligament injury.
  • In the case of extensive swelling of the knees, the doctor may carry out an arthroscopy to have a closer look inside of the knee.

An accurate and timely diagnosis is important to avoid the aggravation of the injury. In the case of swelling and knee pain, consult a doctor, and get yourself thoroughly examined.

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I used to feel lot of burning in my both legs and hand palms, Is there any problem and what should I do to prevent them.

B.H.M.S., Post Graduate Certificate In Nutrition, Obesity & Health
Homeopath, Indore
I used to feel lot of burning in my both legs and hand palms, Is there any problem and what should I do to prevent them.
hello Khalid burning in palms and soles appears to be a sign of peripheral neuropathy. i hope your blood sugar levels are normal. also if the burning is externally on the skin it could be beginning of eczema with drry skin. will need more details and pictures of your skin to guide you better.
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I have cervical and lower back pain since last 10 years Pls tell me which kind of exercises I should do? I will be always grateful to you mam. Disc bulge on l3 l4 l4 l5 l5 ls.

MD - Physiology, MBBS
General Physician, Lucknow
I have cervical and lower back pain since last 10 years Pls tell me which kind of exercises I should do?
I will be al...
Lifestyle Habits: Every morning Do minimum 30 Minutes of Yog: Asana and Pranayam. Add Physical Exercise/Gym and Outdoor sports during evening Hours, in your daily routine. Balanced Diet is also required. Avoid Refined Sugar, Oily fast foods, spices. For good sleep: Avoid using Electronics and Social media after late evening. Medical help: If the problem continues, even after longer duration of Lifestyle habit changes, Do not hesitate to consult a Neurologist for help.
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I have back pain. Cold fever and legs are also paining. Can not even walk properly.

BHMS
Homeopath, Kolkata
I have back pain. Cold fever and legs are also paining. Can not even walk properly.
I suggest you follow the below for your condition: take mag phos 6x - thrice daily for next 2 weeks and update. Also do x-ray of the affected area. Heat and ice packs. Heat and/or cold therapy helps relieve most types of low back pain by reducing inflammation. Often patients use ice, but some prefer heat. Both may be used alternately.

I have pain in my right side shoulder, what type of exercise I have to perform for getting relaxed from this?

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Physiotherapist, Noida
I have pain in my right side shoulder, what type of exercise I have to perform for getting relaxed from this?
Shoulder advice. Hot fomentation. Gentle shoulder stretching. Core strengthening exercises. Gentle neck exercises. Avoid sleeping on affected side.
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I have low back pain with mild degeneration as per mri along with severe pain in hips and back of legs. Im diagnosed with fibromyalgia. I want second opinion. Im 50 years old female and have this since 3 yrs. I can not do any hard work and feel fatigued and have shallow sleep. I have subclinical hypothyroid. Any suggestions would be highly appreciated. I take brufen for pain sometimes.

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, Fellowship in Rheumatology
General Physician, Khammam
I have low back pain with mild degeneration as per mri along with severe pain in hips and back of legs. Im diagnosed ...
If neurologic and musculoskeletal disorders are excluded, the pain could be mechanical of functional. You need to do graded excersises. Start with low intensity and as you feel better gradually increase the intensity of exercises
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Hello I'm 27 years old. I really feel like my bone density is low comparatively to others and I do workout also. And I have low back pain. Please somebody suggest me what should I do about it. And a good calcium supplement.

M.S - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Mohali
Hello I'm 27 years old. I really feel like my bone density is low comparatively to others and I do workout also. And ...
Start with calcium supplements and vitamin d supplementation that will help you. For calcium start with the tablet that is providing you elemental calcium of 500 mg. Single dose is more compliant then twice daily dosage. And vit d 60000 iu weekly it's available in sachet or tablets what ever you are comfortable. Hope this sort your query for further assistance can contact.
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Tennis Elbow - Moves That Can Lead To It!

MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Chennai
Tennis Elbow - Moves That Can Lead To It!

Tennis elbow is a type of tendinitis. It is usually the swelling of certain ligaments. It causes pain in the elbow as well as the arm. These ligaments are bands of strong and stretchable tissues that connect the muscles of your lower arm to your elbow. In spite of its name, you can in any case get tennis elbow regardless of the possibility that you have never been close to a tennis court. This is merely a name for the condition and has little to do with the sport. It can affect anyone who indulges in a swinging motion.

Any repetitive exercises that require a tight grip, particularly in cases where the thumb and the initial two fingers are used frequently, may cause tennis elbow. Tennis elbow is the most common reason for patients to see their doctors for elbow torment. It can occur in individuals of all ages; however, it is most common and normal at about the age of forty.

This condition is usually caused when there are repeated contractions of the lower arm muscles that you use to raise your hand and wrist as well as to straighten it. The repetitive movements and pressure to the tissue may bring about a series of little tears in the ligaments that connect the lower arm muscles to the hard surface on the outside of the elbow.

Tennis elbow ordinarily occurs after some time. Dull movements such as holding a racket during a swing can strain the muscles and put a lot of weight on the ligaments. That consistent pulling can cause a small amount of tears in the tissue. Tennis elbow may be caused because of the following reasons:

  1. Playing tennis
  2. Playing racquetball
  3. Playing squash
  4. Fencing
  5. Weight lifting or any other stressful exercises involving the muscles

In tennis, the following moves can lead to tennis elbow:

  1. One-handed backstroke with a poor stance or lose hand
  2. A late forehand swing bringing a bend in the wrist altogether
  3. Snapping and turning the wrist while hitting with full power
  4. As the name suggests, playing tennis, particularly repeated use of the backhand stroke with poor strategy, is a conceivable reason for tennis elbow.

However, a number of other basic arm movements can also cause tennis elbow. It can also affect individuals with particular occupations or while performing leisure activities that require heavy arm movements or gripping, for example, the following:

  1. Carpentry
  2. Excessive writing
  3. Painting
  4. Raking
  5. Weaving or knitting
  6. Utilising plumbing devices
  7. Driving screws
  8. Chopping cooking ingredients or vegetables, especially meat
  9. Repetitive computer mouse utilisation
  10. Lifting heavy materials or even grocery bags

There are a number of ways to treat a tennis elbow. These include certain over-the-counter (OTC) medicines. If those do not work, seek the help of a specialist or physiotherapist. He or she can recommend you the right kind of medicines as well as exercises needed for the recovery.

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