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Dr. Vivek Mittal

Rheumatologist, Delhi

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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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Dr. Vivek Mittal is a popular Rheumatologist in Connaught Place, Delhi. You can consult Dr. Vivek Mittal at Arthritis & Joint Replacement Clinic in Connaught Place, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Vivek Mittal and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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I am suffering from acute knee pain. I have swollen knees. I cannot walk properly. But due to my job I travel a lot. What type of shoe should I use? Suggest me some solutions.

MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
I am suffering from acute knee pain. I have swollen knees. I cannot walk properly. But due to my job I travel a lot. ...
Apply ice pack for 20 minutes and apply pain relief ointment and do a roll of towel put under the knee and press for 10 second then release do 10 to 15 times in once time.
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Dr. My right knee is paining continuously, this generaly immediate after I masturbate then pain reduces as days pass. X ray report of both knees are normal, also there is cracking sound of patela. Is it due to excessive masturbation, people say that sinovial fluid is dried due to over masturbation, I am doing it from small age. Also can you suggest where I can have mri scan done in less charitable rates. Please suggest me whether it is curable.

MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Coimbatore
There is no absolute relation between masturbation and synovial fluid never you may be having a patello femoral pain syndrome have you taken a sunrise view of the knee upload the x ray reply I can help you and consult privately to have a detailed discussion to solve your problem.
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Knee pain after sitting on loo and prolonged crossed leg sittings. I play volleyball and pai n started a few weeks ago only.

Erasmus Mundus Master in Adapted Physical Activity, MPT, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Chennai
Knee pain after sitting on loo and prolonged crossed leg sittings. I play volleyball and pai n started a few weeks ag...
That might be due to knee pain or it might be due to ankle pain. Our suggestion would be to do hot water fermentation along with Cold (ice) therapy. You shall also keep a pillow under the knee while sleeping, next is you can keep ice in the painful area for about 5--10 minutes.
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I masturbate 4-6 times a day on regular basis. Is that the reason for my chronic back pain, insomnia,weakness and tiredness? What should I do to prevent such things and overcome these symptoms? The main problem that comes is I can not bend properly. What are the solutions?

BHMS
Sexologist, Mumbai
I masturbate 4-6 times a day on regular basis. Is that the reason for my chronic back pain, insomnia,weakness and tir...
Masturbation is very natural and normal. It doesn't lead to weakness or any other health issues. Anything in excess causing addiction is harmful. Have it 4 PLEASURE. U r young with good energy. Focus more on studies n work. Exercise regularly.
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My left knee is paining from some days so is this problem happen due to winter season?

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
My left knee is paining from some days so is this problem happen due to winter season?
Hello, Lybrate user, pain in front of knees might cause due to tendinitis, traumatic injury, inflammation due to over use of knee, damage of cartilage & raised level of uric acid. It needs proper investigation to ascertain the cause of pain. Moreover, go for physiotherapy and homoeopathic medicine:@Colchicum 1000-6 pills, wkly. Avoid ,junk food, cold intake, jerks, pulses, please. Tk, care.
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I have grade 2 tear in posterior horn of medial meniscus of my left knee. Its now over 4 months in a football game. I can walk normally but after running for few meters I get knee pain also after walking distance of over 2 km I get pain. Is any surgery needed or rest is enough.

MBBS, D'Ortho, DNB (Orthopedics)
Orthopedist, Mumbai
I have grade 2 tear in posterior horn of medial meniscus of my left knee. Its now over 4 months in a football game. I...
Hello lybrate-user, if you are sport person and if your symptomatic and urbMRI shows grade 2 tear posterior horn medial meniscus then you need to undergo Arthroscopy surgery, if possible please share MRI and consult.
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Hello there, I am male 21 years from Mumbai I have a knee pain always whenever I walk on steps or rUN. Also I am not able to lif. My leg very high.

BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Kota
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I am male 21 years from Mumbai I have a knee pain always whenever I walk on steps or rUN.
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hi dear U CAN DO IT Knees are the most commonly injured joints in the body. Considering that when you simply walk up stairs, the pressure across your knee joints is four times your body weight, it isn't surprising. Simple, everyday wear and tear can end up hurting your mobility. But it’s not too late. Like a rusty door hinge, with care and maintenance, you knees can be trouble free. Even if you already experience problems, exercising the muscles surrounding the knee joints— Quadriceps (front of thigh), Hamstrings (back of thigh), Abductor (outside thigh), and Adductor (inside thigh)—will help make your knees stronger and less susceptible to injury. Exercise keeps your joints from stiffening and provides needed support, making movement easier and reducing pain. Here are some exercises you can do to both stretch and strengthen the knee area: STRETCHES 1.Chair knee extension: Sitting in a chair, rest your foot on another chair so the knee is slightly raised. Gently push the raised knee toward the floor using only leg muscles. Hold for 5 - 10 seconds and release. Repeat 5 times on each leg. 2.Heel slide knee extension: Lie on your back, with left knee bent and left foot flat on floor. Slowly slide the left heel away from your body so both legs are parallel. Hold for 5-10 seconds, return to starting position. Repeat 5 times on each leg. 3.Knee flexion: Sitting in a chair, loop a long towel under your foot (resting on the floor). Gently pull on the towel with both hands to bend the knee, raising your foot 4 - 5 inches off the floor. Hold for 5 - 10 seconds, then release. Repeat 5 times on each leg. 4.Hamstring stretch: Standing, put one foot in front of you, toes up. With hands on the small of your back (or one hand holding a chair for balance), bend the opposite knee and hip (not your lower back), until you feel the hamstrings stretch. The upper body comes forward at the hip. Hold for 5 -10 seconds, then release. Repeat 5 times on each leg. STRENGTH TRAINING 1.Wall slide: Leaning with your back against a wall, bend your knees 30°, sliding down the wall, then straighten up again. Move slowly and smoothly, using your hands on the wall for balance. Keep feet and legs parallel, and do not allow knees to go out over the toes. Repeat 5 -10 times. 2.Bent-Leg Raises: Sitting in a chair, straighten one leg in the air (without locking the knee). Hold for about one minute. Bend your knee to lower the leg about halfway to the floor. Hold for 30 seconds. Return to starting position. Work up to 4 reps on each leg. 3.Straight-Leg Raises: Sitting in a chair, rest your foot on another chair. Lift the foot a few inches off the chair while keeping your leg straight. Hold for 5 -10 seconds. Return to resting position. Repeat 5 -10 times. (Also work on increasing the time, up to 2-3 minutes if possible.) 4.Abductor Raise: Lie on your side, propped on one elbow. The leg on the floor bent, the other straight. Slowly lift the top leg, hold for 5 -10 seconds, then lower. (Ankle weights will increase the intensity). Do 1-3 sets with 12-15 repetitions each. Remember to rest in between sets. 5.Hamstring Curl: Stand with the front of your thighs against a surface (a table or wall). Flex one knee up as far as is comfortable. Hold for 5 - 10 seconds, then lower slowly. If possible, do not touch the floor between repetitions. (Ankle weights will increase the intensity.) Do 1-3 sets with 12-15 repetitions each. Remember to rest in between sets. 6.Step-Ups: Stand in front of a step, like a sturdy bench or stairs, about two feet high (or less if necessary). Step up onto the support, straighten your knees fully (without locking them) and step down. Maintain a steady pace. If you are comfortable with your balance, pump your arms while doing this exercise. Start with 1 minute, slowly building your time. Gets your heart pumping too! 7.Stationary Bike: Biking is a good way to increase strength and range of motion. Make sure you have the right positioning of the legs. At the bottom of the pedal stroke, the bend in the knee should be 15 degrees. Start with 10 minutes and slowly increase your time. Depending on your current level of activity and mobility, a good start is 3 stretching and 3 strengthening exercises, 3-4 times a week. Stretching can be (and should be) done everyday if possible to prevent stiffness and achy joints. These stretches can be done a few times a day if needed I HOPE U WILL FITTT AND FINE
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