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Dr. Akhilesh Yadav

MS (ORTHO), MCh

Orthopedist, Ghaziabad

13 Years Experience  ·  400 at clinic
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Dr. Akhilesh Yadav MS (ORTHO), MCh Orthopedist, Ghaziabad
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Dr. Akhilesh Yadav is a renowned Orthopedist in Vaishali, Ghaziabad. He has helped numerous patients in his 13 years of experience as a Orthopedist. He is a MS (ORTHO), MCh . He is currently associated with Centre For Knee And Hip Care (Super Speciality Orthopedic) in Vaishali, Ghaziabad. Book an appointment online with Dr. Akhilesh Yadav on Lybrate.com.

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MS (ORTHO) - Maharani Laxmi Bai Medical College , Jhansi - 2005
MCh - University of Dundee, Scotland - 2009
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Hindi

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I am 27 year old and suffering from de quervain disease. Don't relief after take medicine. What I will do now?

BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Mumbai
I am 27 year old and suffering from de quervain disease. Don't relief after take medicine. What I will do now?
Hi along with medicines, wear a splint 24 hours a day for 4 to 6 weeks to hold the affected area firm and still. Apply ice for pain. Stop doing anything that worsens the condition. Best wishes. You can ice the area to reduce inflammation.
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I had high viral fever with acute joint pain I was hospitalised for 6 days n now I have pain in my feet and legs. I am not able to walk properly It is already 15 days.

(M.D.Accu), Diploma in Naturopathy & Yogic Science YS)
Acupuncturist, Delhi
I had high viral fever with acute joint pain I was hospitalised for 6 days n now I have pain in my feet and legs. I a...
Insert your feet and leg in hot water and wrap a hot towel over your knees and wherever it hurts. Keep this going for 15 minutes and replace it with a cold compression. If you want to reduce your joint pain after viral fever, try out these two methods. First, massage your joints with olive oil and apple cider vinegar for 15 minutes. After 10 minutes, drink half a glass of lemon and vinegar solution, it is a natural pain killer for joint pain. Turmeric is one of the many best ingredients you can use to massage your joints with when suffering with pain. It's inflammation properties will help to decrease the pain in no time. You can either add garlic to all your meals or you can make a garlic paste and apply it to the joints that hurt to help decrease the pain naturally at home
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I am having severe pain, at times in the big toe joint of my left leg and in the joint of my little finger of right arm. What could be the cause. I am diabetic.

Dip. SICOT (Belgium), MNAMS, DNB (Orthopedics), MBBS
Orthopedist, Delhi
Hi Thanks for your query. I am Dr Akshay from Fortis Hospital, New Delhi. Please get ESR,CRP and S.Uric acid levels done and send report across to me. Do not hesitate to contact me if you need any further assistance. Thanks & Regards Dr Akshay Kumar Saxena
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I am getting sciatica pain in my left leg then should I avoid walking long distance? So walking more can increase the problem more?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
It's better to do activities that are comfortable to you but you need to avoid long walking distance.
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Sir, my wife has been suffering from numbness for the past so many years. She is a diabetic for 8 years. Kindly advise a solution.

BAMS, MD - Ayurveda
Ayurveda, Navi Mumbai
Sir, my wife has been suffering from numbness for the past so many years. She is a diabetic for 8 years. Kindly advis...
Dear Lybrate User, Numbness may be due to diabetes, due to thyroid or it may due to some cervical pain / spondylosis, so do provide me some details regarding diabetes history (last 1 years report & hba1c value) with other details so that I will revert back to you with detail treatment plan. Thanking You.
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Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)

MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Delhi
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Good morning everybody, I am doctor Rakesh Kumar, I am senior consultant in orthopedics in Apollo hospital, Jivan mala and MGS hospital. Today I am going to give health tips on frozen shoulder. Frozen shoulder is named as Adhesive Capsulitis. Adhesive Capsulitis is a condition in which contracted thickened joint capsules that seem to be drawn tightly around a humeral head in the absence of synovial fluid and chronic inflammatory changes within the subsynovial layer of the capsule occurs. The underlying pathological change in adhesive capsulitis are sinonasal inflammation, with subsequent reactive capsular fibrosis, cytokines and metaloprotanysis have been implicated in the process but the initial triggering event in the cascades is unknown. Incidence is 2%, but several conditions are specified with increased incidence, includes gender—i.e more common in females, more common in older ages—between 40 to 70 years, 5 times more common in diabetes mellitus, cervical disc diseases, prolonged immobilization, hyperthyroidism, stroke, or myocardial infections, the presence of autoimmune disease and trauma.


Individuals between ages 40 to 70 are more commonly affected, approximately 70% patients are females. 20% to 30% of affected individuals develop adhesive capsulitis in the opposite shoulder. Frozen shoulder in patients who report no inciting event and with no abnormality are designated as primary whereas in patients with precipitant traumatic injuries are designated as secondary. We have noted that internal rotation frequently is lost in sleep followed by loss of fluctuation and external rotation, most often our patients can internally rotate only upto the sacrum, have 50% loss of external rotation and have less than 90 degree of abduction.
We include these patients in the diagnosis of frozen shoulder.

Primary frozen shoulder have three phases-

Phase 1 is a phase of pain, patients usually have a gradual onset of diffused shoulder pain which is progressive over weeks to months, the pain usually is worse at night, and is exacerbated by lying on the affected side as the patient uses the arm less leading to stiffness.

Phase 2 is stiffness, Patient seeks pain relief by restricting movements this heralds the beginning of stiffness phase which usually lasts for 4 to 12 months. Patients describe difficulty in activity of daily living, men have trouble getting to their wallets in their back pockets while females have trouble with fastening their brassieres.

Phase 3 is pain thawing phase, this phase lasts for weeks or months. And as motion increases pain diminishes without treatment other than benign neglect motion return is gradual in most but may never objectively return to normal. Although most patients subjectively feels near normal, they make adjustments in ways of performing activities of daily livings.

Treatments- Frozen shoulder has been considered as self limiting condition lasting 12 to 18 months without long term sick leave.  Approximately 10% of patients have long term problems. The best treatment of frozen shoulder is prevention. But early intervention is paramount. A good understanding of the pathological process by the patient and the physician also is important.

If you need further clarification and have any question and need any treatment you can contact me through Lybrate.
 

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Yes I even consulted the orthopaedic doctor. Knee aspiration done. He suggested to take retoz coerip and IDBMRD tab for 2 to 3 months the swelling at the knee becoz of the infected synovial fluid.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Yes I even consulted the orthopaedic doctor. Knee aspiration done. He suggested to take retoz coerip and IDBMRD tab f...
Hello Susheela.. Ji better take homoeopathic treatment... It gives better solution and without any side effects...
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Best Homeopathic Remedies For Neck Pain And Backache!

BHMS, DEMS
Homeopath, Pune
Best Homeopathic Remedies For Neck Pain And Backache!

A pain in the neck or back can restrict movements and hamper your lifestyle. These are both common pains that may or may not be a symptom of a more serious illness. Neck pain can be caused by a number of factors including stress, whiplash, inflammatory infections, mechanical disorders and metabolic disorders. The main causes for a backache are vertebral column diseases, spinal cord infections, abnormal posture, heavy lifting etc.

Homeopathy is one of the most holistic forms of treatment that can be used to treat pain in the neck or back. Homeopathic treatment has no side effects and is based on individual mental and physical symptoms showcased. Homeopathy do not address the pain itself but treats the underlying cause thus ensuring that it does not recur.

Some common homeopathic remedies for neck pain and backaches are:

  1. Calcarea Flour: This is used to treat pains that arise from the hardening of cervical glands. Such pain tends to deteriorate in cold weather and worsens when the patient is lying down. Heat can be soothing to such backaches and neck pains.
  2.  Bryonia: This is used typically to treat backaches that are worsened by any movement and for a stiff back. This sort of back ache is often relieved by resting or lying on a hard surface.
  3. Arnica: Arnica is an excellent remedy for pains that follow an injury. When it comes to backaches and neck pains it can be used to treat soreness and straining of ligaments. It is also beneficial against the feeling of being bruised.
  4. Fluoric acid: This can be used to treat rigidity and a feeling of stiffness around the nape of the neck. Such pain is often associated with numbness of the neck and forearm.
  5. Hypericum: This is a useful homeopathic remedy for compressed injuries and nerve pain. It can be used to treat back aches caused by disc compression, canal stenosis, myelopathy and radiculopathy. Hypericum can also be used to treat jerking muscles.
  6. Kali carb: If your back feels weak and you experience sharp pains, Kali carb may be help alleviate your pain. Such pain is usually associated with a burning sensation and causes excessive sweating. Kali carb is also suited to treating backaches during pregnancy. You can also take the package for Reducing Joint/Muscle Pains.

Along with medication, try maintaining a good posture to help reduce neck pains and backaches. Avoid lifting heavy weights and travelling long distances. Applying hot and cold packs over the area can also help reduce the intensity of the pain. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a specilized homeopathy and ask a free question.

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6 Back Saving Tips for People Who Sit at a Desk All Day

BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Ghaziabad
6 Back Saving Tips for People Who Sit at a Desk All Day

Today ‘working’ usually implies sitting at a desk from morning to evening. While this may seem more comfortable than working in the fields, sitting at a desk can trigger a host of back problems. This is because sitting in the same position all day makes the spine bend forward and lowers the efficiency of the back muscles. Working at a desk not only strains your back, but also restricts your movements to typing on a keyboard and moving a mouse.

Once a back problem begins, it usually lasts a lifetime hence; here are a few tips to save your back.

  1. Get yourself a good chair: Your chair is crucial to your back’s health. Avoid the hard backed plastic chairs and pick a more flexible mesh backed office chair if you sit at the table for a long span of time. Ergonomic chairs may seem expensive, but are worth the expense in the long run.
  2. Stretch your muscles: Sitting in the same position all day, puts the muscles under stress and with time can constrict the muscles. Make it appoint to stand up every 30 minutes and stretch your back and sides. Also try rotating your hips and shoulders form time to time.
  3. Take a break: No matter how much work you have in front of you, take a break at the end of each hour. Taking even 2 minutes off out of 60 every hour can have a huge impact on your health. If you still feel guilty skip using the phone to connect with your colleague and walk over to their desks instead.
  4. Get a pedometer: Keeping a pedometer will help you track the number of steps taken in a day. Ideally, a person should take 10,000 steps a day to stay healthy. If you sit at a desk for majority of the day, take every opportunity you can to up the count on your pedometer. Go for a walk around your office after lunch or park your car a little way off from the office to create opportunities to walk.
  5. Take the stairs: As far as possible avoid escalators and elevators. Instead climb stairs for a quick workout. If your office is on the 20th floor, walking up may not be feasible, but you could get off the elevator on the 18th floor and walk up the remaining two floors.
  6. Eat healthy: Lastly, pay attention to what you eat. Avoid eating at the office canteen or picking up a bite at the coffee shop and carry lunch from home. This ensures that you eat a balanced meal. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a physiotherapist.
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