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MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT

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Dr. K.K. Kant is a popular Physiotherapist in Dwarka Sector 7, Delhi. He has been a practicing Physiotherapist for 7 years. He is a MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT. You can consult Dr. K.K. Kant at KALP Physiotherapy Clinic in Dwarka Sector 7, Delhi. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. K.K. Kant on has a number of highly qualified Physiotherapists in India. You will find Physiotherapists with more than 33 years of experience on You can find Physiotherapists online in New Delhi and from across India. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


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Sleep Paralysis - Physiotherapy Treatment For It!

MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Sleep Paralysis - Physiotherapy Treatment For It!

Physiotherapy and sleep paralysis have a deep connection when you have to treat sleep paralyses the intelligent way. To discover the benefits of physiotherapy in healing sleep paralysis, let's get a clear understanding of sleep paralyses first, and then the role of physiotherapy. 

What is sleep paralysis and its common causes?

Sleep paralysis is a sleeping disorder. Its symptoms are that you suddenly feel in the middle of the night or in mid sleep that you can't move, react, talk, etc., and feel that your body has frozen. This immobility is accompanied with frightful or eerie visions or sounds, which are not the reality, and you still hallucinate. 

This is often caused because of the following reasons, which are considered common causes of sleep paralysis:

- A medical condition called narcolepsy
- No fixed time of sleeping and waking thus creating imbalance in sleep patterns
- Inadequate sleep through the 24 hours
- Excessive stress and workload
- Alcohol consumption or drug abuse
- A bad diet like heavy meals at night before bedtime
- Extreme caffeine consumption

If any of these things are common, you may get a sleep paralysis.

Physiotherapy in healing sleep paralysis

If it is a one-night s episode, you will eventually forget this. However, In case you are a victim every night or frequently, you may need some good remedies. Medications may not suit all, but physiotherapy is a safe mode of treatment, which suits all and people of all ages. That is why try physiotherapy for sleep paralysis at home or by going to a nearest physiotherapy center or expert.

How physiotherapy helps?

Physiotherapy has some unique benefits like:

1. It brings a balance in blood circulation through the body, which helps brings down blood pressure, normalize mood, reduce stress, and makes the blood flow to the body organs and brain better, thus inducing a good night's sleep.

2. The exercise induced on to the body through physiotherapy has a dual effect. It makes the muscles workout, and induces the massage effect too. This makes the muscles more mobile, and brings warmth on the tissues. That is why exercising before bedtime can help you get a very peaceful sleep without 
fearful dreams and interferences of sleep paralysis attacks.

3. You get a better mood due to increased blood circulation and the feeling of well being due to the agile and worked on muscles. This good mood and satisfaction after a nice physiotherapy session sometime before you sleep lets the serotonin pr happiness and satisfaction hormone builds up in the body and brain. This makes you sleep without stress and in a nice mood thus resisting sleep paralysis.

Physical Therapy - How Does It Help Reduce Sciatica Pain?

MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Physical Therapy - How Does It Help Reduce Sciatica Pain?

Sciatica is a very common neuropathic pain that is caused by damage to the sciatic nerve, a large nerve that runs from the lower back region down the end of each leg. It is the largest single nerve in the body.
This condition affects around 4 out of 10 people at some point of their lives. The nature of the pain varies from a mild ache to a sharp stinging sensation and may cause feelings of numbness and extreme weakness.

The causes for the onset of sciatica are as below :

- Slipped lumbar disc
- Muscle inflammation
- Internal bleeding
- Pregnancy
- Obesity
- Awkward sleeping position
- Uncomfortable footwear
- Spinal injury

How can physical therapy help?

There are many ways of treating sciatica such as medication, acupuncture and surgery, which can provide relief. The most common and easy treatment method however is physical therapy. A progressive and controlled exercise routine that is specifically tailored to the nature of the condition in consultation with a physical therapist acts as an effective remedy in treating the problem. It alleviates pain and also eliminates the chances of relapse.

Physical therapy exercises used to treat sciatica are of many types. These are a combination of core strengthening, muscular stretching and aerobic conditioning routines, which aim at correcting the root of the problem.

The different types of exercises employed to treat sciatica include the following:

1. Strengthening exercises

These aim at strengthening the spinal column and the pelvic region, which includes the hips and buttocks. They help in making the muscles and ligaments in this region more robust and allow for improved flexibility and support. Lunges and squats are some of the examples.

2. Stretching exercises

These provide pain relief through improved agility and flexibility. The most important aspect of these routines is stretching and exercising the hamstring. Hamstring, stretches, calf stretches and tricep stretches are a part of stretching exercises.

3. Aerobic conditioning

These are cardiovascular exercises of low intensity, which provide pain relief through the release of endorphins and the facilitation of fluid and nutrient exchange. Examples of these are swimming and brisk walking.

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5 Ways Physiotherapy Helps In Dementia!

MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Delhi
5 Ways Physiotherapy Helps In Dementia!

Dementia is a general classification of a brain disease that causes a long haul and frequently steady abatement in the capacity to think and recall that is sufficiently incredible to influence a man's everyday  functioning. Other normal manifestations incorporate passionate issues, issues with dialect, and a lessening in motivation. An individual's awareness is not influenced. The most common example of dementia is the Alzheimer's disease.


A patient with dementia can benefit from physiotherapy regardless of the possibility that the patient can't perceive their own family. Physiotherapy, notwithstanding, can be of good advantage to the individual who has dementia, and also their family and parental figures at different stages. The principle explanation behind this is that recovery administrations can help the dementia patient to be as utilitarian as would be prudent for whatever length of time that is conceivable.

Here are 5 ways physiotherapy benefits an Alzheimer's patient:

1. Physiotherapy can keep up the Alzheimer's patient's freedom and mobility as much as one could expect reasonably. A physiotherapist can outline a home activity program and work intimately with relatives to administer to the Alzheimer's patient.

2. Physiotherapists, as independent experts, embrace much detailed, separately custom-made 
appraisals of the disorders, action confinements and restrictions imposed upon individuals with dementia.

3. The caretakers of individuals with dementia regularly show weakness when contrasted with their same aged companions. Physiotherapy helps with diminishing the weight of consideration by instructing caregivers to provide encouragement and upliftment to individuals with dementia.

4. Patients with dementia are always at a risk of falling down, and hurting themselves. Poor balance accounts for the danger of falls. This can be worked upon and improved by physiotherapy-driven exercises. Exercise can have a huge and positive effect on behavioral and mental indications of dementia, enhancing psychological capacity and mindset, which can decrease the doses of strong medicines. Special exercise routines are assigned to the patients which help improve their body balance while walking.    

5. Physiotherapy has crucial influence in advancing and keeping up portability of individuals with dementia. It assumes a basic part in the end of life consideration by overseeing situations, seating and complicated muscle contracture. Individuals with dementia regularly experience issues in communicating pain. Pain influences cognizance, inspiration and reaction to any intervention. Physiotherapists are specialists in recognizing and treating pain in dementia patients and give training to care home staff and caregivers of the patients.

Physiotherapy is very important for dementia patients. Regular physiotherapy sessions are beneficial for patients for improvement in condition.

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Arthritis And Knee Pain - How Physiotherapy Helps?

MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Arthritis And Knee Pain - How Physiotherapy Helps?

Arthritis is inflammation of one or more of your joints. Pain, swelling, and stiffness are the primary symptoms of arthritis. Any joint in the body may be affected by the disease, but it is particularly common in the knee.

Knee arthritis can make it hard to do many everyday activities, such as walking or climbing stairs. It is a major cause of lost work time and a serious disability for many people. There are 2 types of arthritis the knee joint in the human body can get afflicted with. They are:

  • Osteoarthritis: The form of arthritis which, with increasing pain, slowly wears down the joint cartilages is called osteoarthritis. This form of arthritis usually affects people after the age 40. The symptoms of osteoarthritis include:

    • Severe pain in the knee joints

    • Pain after walking up the stairs and it subsiding once you are on rest

    • Severe pain after the movement of joints for a long time

    • Pain that becomes worse in rainy days

    • Joints becoming stiff after waking up in the morning but they improve in the latter part of the day

    • Pain which also occurs in the thighs and the genital regions coupled with joints swelling and joints getting stiff after rest.

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis: Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic form of arthritis caused because of the knee joint inflammations. This form of arthritis can occur at any age. Being an auto-immune disease, its symptoms include, but are not limited to:

    • Severe pain in the morning

    • Mild fever accompanying the pain

    • Joints suddenly becoming swollen, red and warm causing, immense pain

    • Sudden stiffness of the joints

    • Pain that increases in cold weather

    • Mild fever, extreme tiredness and weakening of the muscles

Doctors are still doubtful about what exactly causes the disease; but the deformation of the immune system might cause the damage of the joints, causing people who are already suffering from obesity, smokers, and women, in general, more prone to this disease.

When the knee pain is diagnosed as a form of arthritis, the following treatments are suggested:

  1. If you are overweight or obese, losing some of those extra pounds can go a long way in reducing the pain.

  2. Muscle-stretching exercises are effective in keeping the knee joints flexible.

  3. Acupuncture and devices such as knee braces and knee caps can relieve the pain.

  4. Prescribed dosage of anti-inflammatory drugs such as Tylenol, Motrin, and Advil or injections of hyaluronic acid might relieve your pain.

  5. If regular treatments do not work, you might opt for knee-replacement surgery and osteotomy (the process of cutting a bone with the help of surgery) which might better the alignment of the knee by transforming the bone shapes.

Physiotherapy For Knee Arthritis -

Physiotherapy treatment is aimed at improving the symptoms of the disease (i.e. knee pain, swelling, stiffness), and you should begin to notice a positive difference within one or a few physiotherapy sessions.

The main goals of physiotherapy for your knee arthritis are:

  1. Reduce your knee pain and inflammation.
  2. Normalise your knee joint range of motion.
  3. Strengthen your knee: esp quadriceps (esp VMO) and hamstrings.
  4. Strengthen your lower limb: calves, hip and pelvis muscles.
  5. Improve your patellofemoral (knee cap) alignment and function.
  6. Normalise your muscle lengths.
  7. Improve your proprioception, agility and balance.
  8. Improve your technique and function eg walking, squatting.
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