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Treatment of Hip Disorders
Mitral Valve Replacement Surgery
Cerebral Palsy Treatment
Vascular Surgery Treatment
Cardiac Ablation Procedure
Coronary Bypass Surgery
Carotid Angioplasty And Stenting Procedure
Cardiac Catheterization Procedure
Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillators (Icds) Tre
Intra - Arterial Thrombolysis Procedures
Treatment Of Restenosis
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I have blood pressure from last 17 years. I am taking medicines 1. Ealry Morning 7:30AM before tea Omez+Becasule, 2. 8:30 AM Morning -Amlopres AT 25 mg + 1/2 Ditide alternately 3. In evening I am taking Amlopres 5. 4. In night after meals before sleeping I am taking the Rivotril. I am having oedema in left leg and now it has come left leg also. It vanishes when I stop taking amlodipin. Once Amlodipin has been stopped I have been given Beta blockers has also controlled my blood pressure but my pulse rate has gone down upto 57-60 therefore I have been again shifted to Amlodipin. Kindly suggest some other new salts which can prevent the BP without any side effect like oedema and lower pluse rate. Regards
I am 26 and recently I am diagnosed with high blood glucose and high cholesterol/triglycerides (LDL-126, HDL-35, Triglycerides-504) please suggest what medication shall I take?
Dear Sir/madam, I am 23 years old, I am suffering from nerves weakness and high BP, I am taking medicine for the past 2 years but not cured yet, please help me.
Hi this is Dr. Amit. I am MPT in neuro. I have my clinic physio-health plus. So today I am going to discuss about Stroke. Today, these days the stroke patients are more common. For stroke what is the main cause, is stress. Because of hypertension patients got stroke. They have blood clot in their brain. It closes the blood brain barrier and reach to the brain and they damage the part of the brain. So most of the people get paralysis attacks, right hemi, left hemi, and for these patients we have a complete rehabilitation center here.
So for the hand rehabilitation, leg is recovered earlier and arm is not recovered. Because the main reason for that why arm is not recovering? Because we people, the patient mostly, they are not using their arm while working. They just concentrate on their working. The first need of the patient is the working. They need to go to the bathroom, they need to go to the other area, and they need to work first, then everybody is going working on the arm rehabilitation. So what are the limitations on the arm? There is an internal rotation of the shoulder, flexion of the elbow, the wrist is going in the flexion, so need to correct that posture. So if the patient is not first involved in the movement we won’t get any better treatment. So first of all the patient should need to involve in the treatment, involve in the therapy then only we can cure that. So first of all there is a movement of the shoulder. Shoulder movements? What are the lacking movements?
There is shoulder flexion first of all. There is lack of shoulder flexion in the movement. The patient, if we ask the patient to flex the shoulder they will raise outside. There is more abduction on the shoulder. Second is elbow extension. So elbow extension won’t be there. Most of the cases there are elbow extension but mostly their elbow is in the flexion portion. Then wrist extension is lacking, finger extension is lacking and thumb abduction is lacking. So we are working on these movements only. There are some misconceptions that the patients of hemi they are not recovered mainly the arm is not recovered completely. But it is not like that, so we can recover the patient with the arm, hand rehabilitation also, we are working on that.
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