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1 year back , I was 105 kgs . I did extensive training swimming, diet control and I reached 70 KGS . But my tummy is still there. It's a loose tummy and looks as if it belongs to 100 kg guy. I have done everything. Please suggest how to cut these fat cells.
Sir, my mom is suffering from very severe problem, she is having so much of pain in her leg joints as well as swelling. We had checkup from every where but no satisfaction.
I have a standing job when my knee pressure then my knee cap pain when I sit on ground or stand then my knee is pain My weight 70 kg. My knee pain suffering from 4 months Is this problem for calcium or not My age 30 please help me and tell me medicine for this problem I am not any prescription for any doctor So please hubling tell me why is the problem in my knee.
Sir I have serious back pain in mri it shows swelling in my back. My doctor suggest me physiotherapy and regular medicine flexura d and gabapin 100 twice a day. And I am taking this medicine from last 3 month. It is ok to take this medicine for such a long time. Or it will effect me seriously in future.
Hi I have been playing cricket from the past 14 years. In the past year, I was getting pain when I throw the ball or rotate my shoulder in clockwise direction or in some particular angle. I have taken medical guidance only to reduce the pain but the problem is not yet solved. So I would like to know what's the problem and cure it?
1. Drink plenty of water (recommended about 8 glasses a day)
2. Reduce caffeine and alcohol intake (cut down tea, coffee, aerated drinks, alcohol). Alcohol and caffeine cause mild dehydration which can lead to muscle tightness.
3. Eat foods that help reduce muscle tightness. Foods rich in magnesium such as bananas can help. Use sea salt with food as the sodium in it helps relax muscle cramps. Potassium rich foods such as avocados, potatoes, bananas, broccoli, orange juice, soybeans, apricots, and raisins can decrease tightness and cramps. Milk has a large amount of vitamin d, which will reduce your chances of cramping. Have one to two glasses of milk each day to help you prevent cramps. As a bonus, all the calcium in whole milk will also contribute to healthy bone growth.
4. Stretching exercises. Stretching exercises will help release chemical substances called endorphins that help reduce pain. Also it helps elongate tight and contracted muscle fibers.
5. Massage to relieve pain from tight muscles. Deep tissue massage, trigger point release and myofascial release are some of the techniques used by Physiotherapists trained in manual therapy to help loosen painful knots in muscles and relax the same.
6. Drinking plenty of water, often considered to be between eight to ten glasses per day, provides many benefits such as preventing and relieving tight and cramped muscles related to dehydration. However, tight muscles can have a variety of causes and might require dietary and lifestyle changes to adequately deal with.
7. Minerals, electrolytes and water are all needed for normal muscle tone and function. Calcium is especially important for contraction, magnesium is needed for relaxation, and water for firmness and electrolyte exchange. Athletes commonly have tight muscles and also people who are under stress. Tight muscles lose their flexibility and might become painful to the touch.
Mineral deficiency, especially magnesium, can lead to muscle tightness, twitching and maybe even restless leg syndrome at night. A lack of electrolytes, such as sodium, interferes with nerve conductance to muscle fibers and results in tightness and spasms. Poor blood circulation hampers the minerals, electrolytes and water getting to muscles, which can cause symptoms. Most of us drink a lot of beverages but it has either caffeine or alcohol which can both lead to mild dehydration.