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Dr. K J Choudhury  - Pain Management Specialist, Delhi

Dr. K J Choudhury

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MBBS, MD, M.N.A.M.S(Anaesthesiology), FWACS

Pain Management Specialist, Delhi

48 Years Experience  ·  1000 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. K J Choudhury 87% (119 ratings) MBBS, MD, M.N.A.M.S(Anaesthesiology), FWACS Pain Management Specialist, Delhi
48 Years Experience  ·  1000 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
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Dr. K J Choudhury is an experienced Pain Management Specialist in Jasola, Delhi. He has over 48 years of experience as a Pain Management Specialist. He has done MBBS, MD, M.N.A.M.S(Anaesthesiology), FWACS . You can visit him at Apollo Pain Clinic in Jasola, Delhi. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. K J Choudhury on Lybrate.com.

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Education
MBBS - Berhampur University MKCG Medical College - 1970
MD - Delhi University - 1975
M.N.A.M.S(Anaesthesiology) - National Board of Examination - 1977
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FWACS - Delhi - 1990
Past Experience
Doctor at Safdarjung Hospital
Doctor at AIIMS
Doctor at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital
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English
Awards and Recognitions
Many Publications National/International/Journal
Professional Memberships
International Society For Study of Pain
ISNACE
Indian Society of Anasthesiology

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I'm regular gym goer. Few day back I developed a pain in my upper arm. I'm not able to do dumbbell presses amd push ups. For rest of the exercises the arm is working fine. The pain is in right upper arm. Please help.

MBBS, MD, M.N.A.M.S(Anaesthesiology), FWACS
Pain Management Specialist, Delhi
I'm regular gym goer. Few day back I developed a pain in my upper arm. I'm not able to do dumbbell presses amd push u...
Probably muscle injury. Give sometime for those muscles of arm to heal with rest and soft massage.
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Pet ke right side ke ribcage me dard Deta Hai bolte Hai to dard Deta Hai saans lene me v dard Deta Hai idhar udhar hone me v dard Deta Hai or m.c aata Hai to bahut dard Deta Hai pet or kamar me dard rahta hai.

MBBS, MD, M.N.A.M.S(Anaesthesiology), FWACS
Pain Management Specialist, Delhi
Chest pain youdescribed, is most likely costochondritis. Apply topical painkiller gel over the painful area, 3-4 times a day. If not relieved, will need costochondral joints injection.
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Spondylitis - How Non-Surgical Methods Can Help You?

MBBS, MD, M.N.A.M.S(Anaesthesiology), FWACS
Pain Management Specialist, Delhi
Spondylitis - How Non-Surgical Methods Can Help You?

Spondylitis includes swelling of the vertebra. It happens because of wear and tear of the ligament and bones found in your cervical spine, which is in your neck. While it is to a great extent because of age, it can be brought on by other reasons too. Side effects incorporate pain and stiffness starting from the neck to the lower back. The spine's bones (vertebrae) get fused, bringing about an unbending spine. These changes might be mellow or extreme, and may prompt a stooped-over posture. Some of the non-surgical methods to treat spondylitis are as follows-

  1. Exercise based recovery/physiotherapy: Your specialist may send you to a physiotherapist for treatment. Non-intrusive treatment helps you extend your neck and shoulder muscles. This makes them more grounded and at last, relieves pain. You may neck traction, which includes using weights to build the space between the cervical joints and decreasing pressure on the cervical disc and nerve roots.
  2. Medications: Your specialist may prescribe you certain medicines if over-the-counter medications do not work. These include:
    1. Muscle relaxants, for example, cyclobenzaprine, to treat muscle fits
    2. Opiates, for example, hydrocodone, for pain relief
    3. Epileptic medications, for example, gabapentin, to ease pain created by nerve damage
    4. Steroid infusions, for example, prednisone, to decrease tissue irritation and diminish pain
  3. Home treatment: In case your condition is less severe, you can attempt a couple of things at home to treat it:
    1. Take an over-the-counter pain reliever, for example, acetaminophen or a calming medication, for example, Advil or Aleve.
    2. Use a warming cushion or an ice pack on your neck to give pain alleviation to sore muscles.
    3. Exercise routinely to help you recover quickly.
    4. Wear a delicate neck prop or neckline to get transitory help. In any case, you shouldn't wear a neck brace for temporary pain relief.
  4. Acupuncture: Acupuncture is a highly effective treatment used to mitigate back and neck pain. Little needles, about the extent of a human hair, are embedded into particular points on the back. Every needle might be whirled electrically or warmed to improve the impact of the treatment. Acupuncture works by prompting the body to deliver chemicals that decrease pain.
  5. Bed Rest: Severe instances of spondylitis may require bed rest for close to 1-3 days. Long-term bed rest is avoided as it puts the patient at danger for profound vein thrombosis (DVT, blood clots in the legs).
  6. Support/brace use: Temporary bracing (1 week) may help get rid of the symptoms, however, long-term use is not encouraged. Supports worn for a long time weaken the spinal muscles and can increase pain if not continually worn. Exercise based recovery is more beneficial as it reinforces the muscles.
  7. Lifestyle: Losing weight and eating nutritious food with consistent workouts can help. Quitting smoking is essential healthy habits to help the spine function properly at any age.

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Sciatica Pain - How Can It Be Identified?

MBBS, MD, M.N.A.M.S(Anaesthesiology), FWACS
Pain Management Specialist, Delhi
Sciatica Pain - How Can It Be Identified?

Sciatica pain arises from the sciatic nerve which is the single largest nerve in our body. It consists of individual nerve roots, which branching out from the lower back of the spine to the back of each leg and combining together forms the sciatic nerve. The origination of the sciatic pain lies in the lower back of the body and radiates down the buttock to the sciatic nerve.

Causes of the sciatica pain

  1. ArthritisIf an individual is diagnosed with arthritis, then he or she can expect a throbbing pain or numbness down till the leg.
  2. Herniated disc: Another cause could be a herniated disc in the lower back of the body.
  3. Spondylosis: Spondylosis in the lower back would also be a reason for the development of the sciatica pain.
  4. PIVD/DISC bulge

Other causes are a spinal injury, diseased degenerative disc, infection on and around the lower back. The pain would worsen, if an individual is in an occupation where he or she has to stand or sit for hours at length. The lifting of heavy things would strain the sciatic nerves as well.

How to identify sciatica pain?
Sciatica pain varies from infrequent to a constant throbbing down the lower back. So initially it is difficult to detect whether it is sciatic pain or not. But when the constant pain in the lower back leads right down till the toes and foot, it is really time for an individual to get in touch with a doctor. The pain can give a burning sensation almost searing making it difficult for the person to stand up or walk properly. Along with the pain, one can feel fatigued. An involvement of the spinal cord is rare in the sciatic pain but is possible.

Treatment for sciatica pain
Sciatica can be treated in both surgical and non-surgical way. Surgical treatment is rare as sciatica tends to respond well with non-surgical treatments. If the pain continues for over a month despite treatment, surgical treatment will be considered. The non-surgical pain treatment would include physical exercises and oral medications along with natural treatment.

  1. Medications: Painkiller medications prescribed by the doctor can be used to reduce sciatica. Medicines like aspirin, non-steroidal or oral steroids can help reduce the pain.
  2. Steroid injection: Epidural steroid injection acts faster as it is injected in the affected area, thus providing relief from the pain quickly.
  3. Exercise: Early morning exercises can be quite helpful.
  4. Percutaneous Endoscopic DiscectomyThe surgical treatment of Percutaneous endoscopic disc dissectomy constitutes a large part of interventional pain physicians and it has evolved considerably in terms of surgical technique and instrumentation. Percutaneous endoscopic discectomy is a relatively new technique for removing lumbar disc herniation. It involves using an endoscope to visualize the disc removal. The discectomy is performed through a posterolateral approach using specially developed instruments. The advantage of percutaneous endoscopic discectomy is that the disc is approached posterolaterally through the triangle of Kambin without the need for bone or facet resection thus preserving spinal stability. The procedure is day care and is done under local anaesthesia.

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I am suffering from dull intermittent pain little above of my left temple. What should i do?

MBBS, MD, M.N.A.M.S(Anaesthesiology), FWACS
Pain Management Specialist, Delhi
I am suffering from dull intermittent pain little above of my left temple. What should i do?
Looks like tension headache. Try circular soft massage as many times and practice relaxation techniques like meditation.
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My dad is 58 years old and he is suffering from l4 l5 disc extrusion he goes through a lot of pain everyday but he is very afraid of surgery that he may lose his after the surgery .is it possible like that or that's just his negative thinking .is there any complete cure for this problem.

MBBS, MD, M.N.A.M.S(Anaesthesiology), FWACS
Pain Management Specialist, Delhi
My dad is 58 years old and he is suffering from l4 l5 disc extrusion he goes through a lot of pain everyday but he is...
Interventional pain procedures can take care of his symptoms by reducing pressure on the affected nerves through specialised non-surgical technique.
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My mri say following loss of cervical curvature with mild kyphosis of cervical spine c4-5 &c5-6 level: bulging annulus indenting the vertical thecal sac noted dessicatory disc changes noted in L5 S1 level What should I do?

MBBS, MD, M.N.A.M.S(Anaesthesiology), FWACS
Pain Management Specialist, Delhi
You will need cervical spinal root block of affected nerve roots, which is a non surgical technique using fluroscopy and contrast in OT.
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I am suffering from chronic upper back muscular pain. HLA B27 positive. Doc says spondylitis. Is it possible to have burning pain in it? What could be done to recover.

MBBS, MD, M.N.A.M.S(Anaesthesiology), FWACS
Pain Management Specialist, Delhi
I am suffering from chronic upper back muscular pain. HLA B27 positive. Doc says spondylitis. Is it possible to have ...
Positive HLA B27 can be due to Ankulosing Spondylosis. Burning pain could be due to nerve entrapment in muscles.
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