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Dr. Punnam Gupta  - Physiotherapist, Delhi

Dr. Punnam Gupta

BPTh/BPT; certificate in sports medicine, PGCR, Diploma in Sports Medicine

Physiotherapist, Delhi

28 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Punnam Gupta BPTh/BPT; certificate in sports medicine, PGCR, Diploma i... Physiotherapist, Delhi
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Hi!<br/><br/>I am Dr. Punnam Gupta.<br/><br/>Today I will explain about incontinence of urine. Ba...

 

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I am Dr. Punnam Gupta.

Today I will explain about incontinence of urine. Basically Incontinence, what is incontinence of urine? You can’t control your urine, that is called incontinence of urine. Basically urine, urinary muscles are whatever muscles is there that is actually work in vaulterily, than we need to control it. There is stress in incontinence, over loaded bladder and infectious diseases. Stress in incontinence is basically person with stress. Any kind of stress can be there. That is called incontinence stress, of urine. In person who is in stress, like any kind of stress, you can say, he has to go to toilet but he doesn’t get the right place to go. That is also stress. And person who is working, long hour working, they have, don’t have time to go there if he cured the urinary bladder then that is also incontinence, stress in urinary. In fact this is the very common in the young generation, who is working in the multinational companies and all, but sometimes it’s a disease but the disease is neuropathy disease hogya. And then diabetes, high blood pressure and any cardiac and third is overloaded bladder. Always bladder full, you, person keeps always full bladder because all the time he is on work or any kind of thinking, that is also called overloaded, overloaded bladder and it’s also incontinence of urine. And second is infectious bladder, infectious bladder can’t control the urine. Second is age factor. Age factor is also very important because after 60s or 50s or menopause bladder, female organ become very loose and weak that can’t control the urine. Then we have, we have, we can rehabilitate the person if, you know about the what is incontinence and it is treatable and manageable. You can rehabilitate your urinary bladder that is called kegel exercises you can improve your urinary bladder with the kegel exercises, but everybody says kegel exercises, kegal exercises, everybody do kegel exercises but you need to learn the right way of kegel exercises that for that you have to consult the physiotherapist to learn all this things and a part of this, some people have perhaps to uterus that is also, is incontinence, cause of incontinence of the urine. So for these things you need to know how you improve these things, so have to do bit of exercises and reduce your stress. Improve your lifestyle, and exercise should important for the person who has these kind of problem. And then you, if you know, if you have in, if you have doubt about key I have these kind of symptoms then you need to consult physiotherapist or you can make a urinary diary, so that we can check out with the urinary diary you will get the book from Google, you will get download this diary and try to fill that, follow that procedure, how to fill that diary and if you feel k there is some symptoms which is match with me, you must consult the physiotherapist who work with the pelvic floor muscles, and it is treatable if you are a person is above 60, that time I can say it’s a very difficult to improve the muscles power but, I can say that you can rehabilitate yourself, you can manage yourself.

So you must consult to physio who works with the pelvic floor exercises, pelvic floor anatomy and everything. If you need any consultation you can contact to the Lybrate.

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My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well....more
My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.
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She has had many happy patients in her 21years of journey as a Physiotherapist. She has completed BACHLOR OF PHYSIOTHERAPY, DIPLOMA IN SPORTS MEDICINE. Book an appointment online with Dr. Punnam Gupta on Lybrate.com.

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BPTh/BPT; certificate in sports medicine - Patna Medical COllege - 1990
PGCR - Bombay - 1992
Diploma in Sports Medicine - West Bengal - 1993
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Member of SRPT UK
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Dear Sir, I have pain in my left foot's heel. Could it be because of uric acid? If so what will be remedy or precautions for this? Thanks.

Diploma In Physiotherapy, PGCR, Diploma in Sports Medicine
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Dear Sir,
I have pain in my left foot's heel. Could it be because of uric acid? If so what will be remedy or precauti...
It could be because uric acid. Or you have planterfacilities it can rulout with x-ray. Both are treatable.
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My mother is 49 years, is suffering from OA and currently she is having pain in both Knees and in calf region and ligament cramp. Doctors advised for knee replacement. But we are somehow unable to do it. She is taking Cartigen Duo 1 tab OD. May it is better to take Adesam 400 mg BD?

Diploma In Physiotherapy, PGCR, Diploma in Sports Medicine
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Do hot and cold formentation on knee and calf muscles and do quadriceps exercise. Cartigen should continue for six months it will help.
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Urinary Incontinence - Common Causes & Treatment

BPTh/BPT; certificate in sports medicine, PGCR, Diploma in Sports Medicine
Physiotherapist, Delhi
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Hi!

I am Dr. Punnam Gupta.

Today I will explain about incontinence of urine. Basically Incontinence, what is incontinence of urine? You can’t control your urine, that is called incontinence of urine. Basically urine, urinary muscles are whatever muscles is there that is actually work in vaulterily, than we need to control it. There is stress in incontinence, over loaded bladder and infectious diseases. Stress in incontinence is basically person with stress. Any kind of stress can be there. That is called incontinence stress, of urine. In person who is in stress, like any kind of stress, you can say, he has to go to toilet but he doesn’t get the right place to go. That is also stress. And person who is working, long hour working, they have, don’t have time to go there if he cured the urinary bladder then that is also incontinence, stress in urinary. In fact this is the very common in the young generation, who is working in the multinational companies and all, but sometimes it’s a disease but the disease is neuropathy disease hogya. And then diabetes, high blood pressure and any cardiac and third is overloaded bladder. Always bladder full, you, person keeps always full bladder because all the time he is on work or any kind of thinking, that is also called overloaded, overloaded bladder and it’s also incontinence of urine. And second is infectious bladder, infectious bladder can’t control the urine. Second is age factor. Age factor is also very important because after 60s or 50s or menopause bladder, female organ become very loose and weak that can’t control the urine. Then we have, we have, we can rehabilitate the person if, you know about the what is incontinence and it is treatable and manageable. You can rehabilitate your urinary bladder that is called kegel exercises you can improve your urinary bladder with the kegel exercises, but everybody says kegel exercises, kegal exercises, everybody do kegel exercises but you need to learn the right way of kegel exercises that for that you have to consult the physiotherapist to learn all this things and a part of this, some people have perhaps to uterus that is also, is incontinence, cause of incontinence of the urine. So for these things you need to know how you improve these things, so have to do bit of exercises and reduce your stress. Improve your lifestyle, and exercise should important for the person who has these kind of problem. And then you, if you know, if you have in, if you have doubt about key I have these kind of symptoms then you need to consult physiotherapist or you can make a urinary diary, so that we can check out with the urinary diary you will get the book from Google, you will get download this diary and try to fill that, follow that procedure, how to fill that diary and if you feel k there is some symptoms which is match with me, you must consult the physiotherapist who work with the pelvic floor muscles, and it is treatable if you are a person is above 60, that time I can say it’s a very difficult to improve the muscles power but, I can say that you can rehabilitate yourself, you can manage yourself.

So you must consult to physio who works with the pelvic floor exercises, pelvic floor anatomy and everything. If you need any consultation you can contact to the Lybrate.

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My feet is paining all the time and I feel restless leg all the time and I cannot walk bear foot. Can you please suggest a padded or cushion socks or slippers to use at home.

Diploma In Physiotherapy, PGCR, Diploma in Sports Medicine
Physiotherapist, Delhi
My feet is paining all the time and I feel restless leg all the time and I cannot walk bear foot. Can you please sugg...
Hi check your uric acid if it's OK then it's planterfacilities. Use soft cushion sleeper and do hot and cold formentation (contrast bath and do foot exercises.
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Physio Speak: Tips To Help The Runner In You!

BPTh/BPT; certificate in sports medicine, PGCR, Diploma in Sports Medicine
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Physio Speak: Tips To Help The Runner In You!

Are you a runner? In case you are, then it is vital that you understand what your body needs to run extra miles. It's not just about running, it's all about how you can push yourself until the end of finishing line or your target. 

Generic Tips for Beginners

  • Right Shoes- Most Important: Go for specialised running shoes that are easily available in the market now at an affordable price. It is advisable to buy a shoe which is one size up.
  • Support- A Must: For women, it's a must to go for a good sports bra. It's meant for flat-chested women as well. This will avoid any kind of discomfort such as sagging of breasts, or even pain and discomfort. 

Remember that excess running affects Cooper's ligament that supports the breasts.

If you are a man, go for tight but comfy underwear. That will reduce abrasion. 

Keep a Close Watch: In the initial stage, you should run only comfortable miles. Gear up with a close-fitting comfortable sports outfit so that you can breathe, and your sweat is whipped. 

Watch your Pace: Running is different than cycling or swimming. Even if you have mastered other sports, go slow with running. Gradual increase is always advisable.
Need a Commitment: Track your progress. Run at least thrice a week. 

Specific Physio Tips 

  • Run and Rest: Rest is equally important. When you run, your body needs time to repair. It means body needs a balance of tissue wear and tear and tissue fortification.
  • Know you Injury Cause: You must identify what's the cause of your injury so that accordingly you deal with it. Many websites can help you with that.
  • What does your Body Say? Initially, it's normal that your body aches at few spots. Use a simple formula of RICE (rest, ice, compress and elevate) However, if it persists, then see a physiotherapist.
  • Toughen: You need to identify your weaknesses so that you work on them to toughen yourself. Calf muscles, glutes and quads are commonly affected. Tough muscles absorb the effect more efficiently.
  • Steady: You need to have control on your movements. Poor control leads to adverse effect on running. You can check it by assessing your single leg balance and single knee dip. Check if your body is balanced.
  • Stretch your Body: This helps you to get rid of muscle tightness or joint stiffness. 
  • Adapt: Listen to your body and adopt the method of running that gives you painless run.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Piriformis Syndrome

BPTh/BPT; certificate in sports medicine, PGCR, Diploma in Sports Medicine
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Piriformis Syndrome

Piriformis Syndrome

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Sir mere heel me bahut pain hota hai. Talwe Ka haddi badh gaya hai. Give me suggestion kya karu.

Diploma In Physiotherapy, PGCR, Diploma in Sports Medicine
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Sir mere heel me bahut pain hota hai. Talwe Ka haddi badh gaya hai. Give me suggestion kya karu.
Do hot and cold formentation. Deep your feet hot water for 3 min. And 2 min. Cold water do it for 25 min.
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Sir I am having pain on my shoulders, neck and back side of head since 3-4 years. Is that a cervical pain or something else.

Diploma In Physiotherapy, PGCR, Diploma in Sports Medicine
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Sir I am having pain on my shoulders, neck and back side of head since 3-4 years. Is that a cervical pain or somethin...
Do hot formentation with wet towels and do some neck stretching exercise of neck. For more details you can content online.
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Plantar Fasciitis

BPTh/BPT; certificate in sports medicine, PGCR, Diploma in Sports Medicine
Physiotherapist, Delhi
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