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Dr. Sachin Singh - Orthopedist, Ghaziabad

Dr. Sachin Singh

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MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, Ozone Therapy

Orthopedist, Ghaziabad

14 Years Experience  ·  400 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Sachin Singh 89% (293 ratings) MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, Ozone Therapy Orthopedist, Ghaziabad
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Dr. Sachin Singh has an experience of over 13 years. He has an MS degree in Orthopedics and Ozone therapy in addition to experience as an MD (Physician). Dr. Sachin Singh specializes in treating joint deformities, infections, inflammation, unusual pain in the joints, swelling, bruising around the joints, and pain in the tendons. Inability to stretch your back and limited motion and flexibility are also common complaints. He is also an expert surgeon who carries out complicated surgery pertaining to musculoskeletal issues. Furthermore he is an expert pain management specialist who performs hip resurfacing surgeries and ankle injury treatments. One can book appointments with him at Amicare Hospital or the We Care Ortho & Wellness Clinic in Uttar Pradesh. His chamber is situated in Indrapuram, Ghaziabad. He completed his M.B.B.S from the famous Saint Petersburg State University faculty of medicine in 2003. Dr. Sachin Singh addresses orthopedic problems from its root. He is associated with Indian Medical Association (IMA), UPMCI, and D.M.C in Ghaziabad orthopedic club. Dr. Sachin Singh is well known for his comprehensive and uncomplicated approach towards the treatment he meets out to his patients.

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Education
MBBS - Saint Petersburg State University Faculty of Medicine - 2003
MS - Orthopaedics - Saint Petersburg State Medical Academy-Mechnikov - 2008
Ozone Therapy - Ozone Forum of India - 2011
Past Experience
2009 - 2011 Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon at Mridula Health Care And Trauma Center
2009 - 2011 Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon at Paras Spring Meadows EOK
2013 - 2015 Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon at Jeevan Hospital Ashram
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2015 - Present Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon at Amicare Hospital, Indirapuram
2013 - Present Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon at Avantika Hospital
2014 - Present Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon at Atlanta Hospital
2015 - Present Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon at Aastha Orthocare & Wellness Clinic
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Awards and Recognitions
Speaker At Orthopaedic Conclave
Speaker At Ozone Forum of India
Professional Memberships
Indian Medical Association (IMA)
UPMCI
DMC
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Ghaziabad Orthopedic club
Uttar pradesh Orthopedic Association
Ozone Forum of India

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Old Age Fractures - Ways To Prevent It!

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, Ozone Therapy
Orthopedist, Ghaziabad
Old Age Fractures - Ways To Prevent It!

As you get older, you are more prone to old age fractures. This is because of the weakening of your bones and enhanced likeliness towards falling. In case you have osteoporosis, you need to be even more careful to avoid fractures of any kind. Here are some must-read tips for prevention of fractures, which are likely because of old age.

  1. Exercise for improving balance and strength: Exercise directly impacts the strength of the bones. Keeping fit physically helps the reflexes to stay sharp and the muscles to stay strong. This will in turn result in lowering the risk of falling. When you are fit, you are less prone to falls. Bones do not stay fit unless you regularly work out. You should undertake exercises such as walking, weight lifting and also practice flexibility and balance exercises such as yoga and tai chi.
  2. Tread carefully: The selection of shoes is very important for preventing old-age fractures. You should wear shoes, which are low heeled, have rubber soles and provide proper support. Avoid leather soles. You should avoid sneakers having deep treads, which increase your risk of tripping and falling. Shoes must be worn inside the house as well. You also need to take several precautions while walking outside. In case you have arthritis, you require an assistive device to aid you with walking such as a walker or a cane.
  3. Certain medicines to be avoided, if possible: There are several medicines which increase your risk of falling by causing dizziness and lack of coordination. These medicines must be avoided. They include the following:
    • Sleeping pills or sedatives
    • Medicines which lower your blood pressure, thereby resulting in hypotension or extreme low pressure
    • Antidepressant medicines
    • Anticonvulsants which are used for treating epilepsy
    • Muscle relaxants used for back pain and other issues
  4. Lighten up your surroundings: Because of old age, your vision is likely to degrade, making you prone to cataracts and other disorders. The lack of proper vision can make you fall and cause fractures. For solving this problem, you should install several lights all over your residence or workplace. Use overhead lamps, night lights for bathrooms and for your bedroom and always keep the staircases lit. It is also good to keep a flashlight beside you when you sleep.
  5. Fall proof your home: You should make your home safe and fall proof. The rooms should be clutter-free without piles of clothes and boxes. A carpet should be put over polished floors and rugs. Electric cords and phone lines should be away from the floor.

As you get older, you are likely to develop several health conditions, which may increase the chances of falls and fractures. Hence, all health conditions you experience should be properly treated to prevent falls and fractures. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Orthopedist.

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Common Hand Pain - Causes And Treatment

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, Ozone Therapy
Orthopedist, Ghaziabad
Common Hand Pain - Causes And Treatment

The hand is one of the most commonly used parts of our body and is susceptible to damage, wear and tear as well as injury. Pain in the hand can be attributed to numerous causes, including damage and other conditions that can affect the joints, cartilage, nerves and other parts of the hand. Know more about controlling Joints Pain

Causes:

De Quervain's tendinitis: This is also known as de Quervain's tendinosis. It causes pain on the thumb side of the wrist. The pain may grow slowly or suddenly. It can also spread to every part of the thumb and up the lower arm. On the off chance that you have de Quervain's tendinitis, you may experience pain while performing the following actions:

  • Clenching The fist
  • Handling on or holding objects
  • Turning the wrist

Treatment for this includes the following:

  • Wearing a prop to rest the thumb and wrist
  • Calming drugs
  • Cortisone infusions

Carpal tunnel disorder: This is common amongst the well-known nerve issues. It can cause pain in the following parts of the hand:

  • Palm and a few fingers
  • Wrist
  • Lower arm

The treatment methods includes the following:

  • Resting the hand and wrist
  • Painkillers
  • Wrist support
  • Steroid infusions
  • Active recuperation
  • Breaks

Fracture: It's a crack or break in a bone that can cause immense pain in the hand. Other than this, the hand may also experience the following:

  • Stiffness
  • Swelling
  • Loss of proper motion and movement

The kind of treatment depends on the kind of fracture. Braces are usually used for small fractures. Sticks, wires, or plates might be used to treat severe fractures. Likewise, surgery may also be recommended to set the broken bone properly.

Arthritis: This is a disease causing joint inflammation and stiffness of the joints. It causes the joints to lose the ligament that permits them to move easily against each other. This tears the ligament, giving rise to crippling pain and swelling.

In the hand, the regions where this regularly happens are as follows:

  • Base of the thumb
  • Center joint of one or more fingers
  • End joint, which is nearest to the fingertip

The treatment depends on the seriousness of the injury and the following may be used:

  • Painkillers
  • Props for the fingers or wrist
  • Heat
  • Non-intrusive treatment

Trigger finger: Also known as stenosing tenosynovitis, this defect causes the fingers or the thumb to bend. It can be difficult, particularly when bowing or fixing the influenced finger or thumb.

Knobs may form on the influenced ligaments. Also, the sheath itself may thicken. In the long run, the ligament may get to be adhered when you attempt to fix a twisted finger or thumb. Learn more about Ligament Injury.

Resting now and again while wearing a support may help resolve the issue. Over-the-counter torment pharmaceuticals can facilitate the agony. Corticosteroid infusions can mitigate side effects. Surgery might be recommended for extreme cases. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Orthopedist.

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Tips For Knee Replacement Recovery!

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, Ozone Therapy
Orthopedist, Ghaziabad
Tips For Knee Replacement Recovery!

Knee replacement surgery is a procedure that is used to replace a worn out knee joint with an artificial knee joint. Such a surgery is advised if your knee is causing pain and limiting your daily activities, provided other treatments have failed to cause the desired impact. (Learn more to maintain bone and joint health)

Once the knee replacement surgery is completed, the focus shifts to the recovery phase.

  1. The duration of the recovery depends on the type of surgery and the individual.

  2. After the surgery, painkillers are administered to provide relief from the pain.

  3. In some cases, oxygen is administered through various tubes if required.

  4. A blood transfusion may also be required after a knee replacement surgery.

  5. The surgical wound will require a dressing to allow it to heal faster and prevent infection.

  6. A drain will be attached to the wound to drain out the blood from it and prevent accumulation of blood in the wound.

  7. The dressing of the wound should be changed regularly.

Post- Surgery Care

  • Post-surgery, you will need assistance to help you walk. If the surgery that you underwent was minimally invasive, then you should be able to walk on the very same day. Your physiotherapist will prescribe and show you some exercises to strengthen the knee. It is important that you follow his/her instructions to avoid complications.

  • A passive motion machine is sometimes prescribed as it helps to restore the movement of the knee. It helps in reducing the swelling by keeping your leg elevated and moving the knee when you are lying down.

Here are some knee replacement recovery tips:

  1. Avoid doing any work that puts pressure on the knees.

  2. Eat nutritious meals so that the body receives proper nourishment, thus allowing your leg to heal faster.

  3. Avoid heavy exercises which can strain your knees.

  4. Perform all the exercises prescribed by your physiotherapist to speed up the recovery process.

  5. Do not sit with your legs crossed for a few months after the surgery.

    If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an orthopedist.

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Osteopenia or Osteoporosis - Are You At Risk?

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, Ozone Therapy
Orthopedist, Ghaziabad
Osteopenia or Osteoporosis - Are You At Risk?

Osteopenia is a medical condition that gradually causes thinning of bone mass. While the thinning mass is not considered as severe, the real danger looms when osteopenia aggravates to osteoporosis, resulting in a bone fracture. Osteopenia is mostly witnessed in people above the age of 50. The difference between the diagnosis of osteopenia and osteoporosis lies in the measure of bone density.

Osteoporosis, on the other hand, is the loss of bone mass due to the deficiency of calcium, magnesium, vitamin D and other minerals and vitamins. Osteoporosis can lead to broken bones, height loss, acute pain and humpback. It is estimated that over 54 million people in the US suffer from osteoporosis.

Bone mineral density (BMD):
The calcium deposit in the bone is measured by the bone mineral density (BMD) test. This test rightly estimates the chances of bone fracture in a person. Furthermore, it helps a doctor to distinguish between osteopenia and osteoporosis. Being non-invasive in nature, this test can be performed anytime on areas such as hip, shin bone, spine etc. BMD can either be measured by plain radiographs or DEXA. The latter is a form of X-ray that has lesser exposure to radiation. Post the test, a score is given based on the calcium availability of the bones.

How is a BMD comprehended?
Every BMD result is evaluated in the form of T-score. The T-score is derived by comparing the result of the BMD with a normal person in the 30’s having the same race and sex. The difference of score between a healthy individual and a patient affected with osteoporosis or osteopenia is referred to as Standard Deviation. A patient with a T-score in the range of (-1SD) to (-2.5SD) is considered a prime candidate for osteopenia. A patient having a T-score lesser than -2.5SD is diagnosed with osteoporosis.

Risk factor for osteopenia or osteoporosis:
While not everyone runs the risk of getting either osteopenia or osteoporosis, there are certain risk factors attached to it:

  1. Gender: Women run a higher risk of getting affected with osteopenia or osteoporosis.
  2. Race: Women who belong from the Caucasian or Asian origin run a higher risk of getting these diseases.
  3. Age: Most people tend to get these diseases above the age of 50. Humans have a tendency of losing close to 0.5 percent of bone every year after a certain age.
  4. Family history: A person with a family history of osteopenia or osteoporosis has more than 50% chance of getting either osteopenia or osteoporosis.
  5. Lifestyle: Poor diet, excessive smoking, alcohol, lack of exercising etc. goes a long way in contributing towards these diseases. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a rheumatologist.
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4 Symptoms that You are Suffering from Osteoarthritis

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, Ozone Therapy
Orthopedist, Ghaziabad
4 Symptoms that You are Suffering from Osteoarthritis

As you age, the cartilage cushioning your joints starts wearing down, causing the bones to rub against each other. This causes osteoarthritis, which is a type of degenerative disease caused. The rubbing of the bones causes inflammation of the joints. The joints of the arms and legs along with the lower back are most commonly affected by this condition.

Here are some common symptoms, which indicate that you are suffering from osteoarthritis:

1. Pain and tenderness: An aching back, knees, neck and hip with severe pain are some of the most common symptoms of osteoarthritis. The pain caused during the early stage of arthritis is classified into tenderness and pain. A sharper pain may be felt while moving the affected joint in a certain way. Tenderness is the discomfort experienced when the joint is pressed along with visible swelling in the affected area.

2. Joint stiffness: Joint stiffness is another early symptom of osteoarthritis. It refers to the wooden feeling, which makes a person feel slow and sluggish. The urge to rest or go to bed should be resisted. Warming up the joints with gentle exercise or moving around cause relief. It also helps in reducing the stiffness and you can continue your regular activities with more ease.

3. Abnormal sensations: When the cartilage wears down, the rubbing of the bones against each other may lead to some abnormal sensations. Grating of the joints is common in people with osteoarthritis. One may feel that their joints are cracking or clicking while moving.

4. Loss of flexibility: People who are in their early stages of osteoarthritis may face difficulty with moving the areas which are affected. This joint stiffness and pain may lead to a loss of flexibility or loss of range of motion. Range of motion refers to the extent up to which one can move his joints normally. In case you are not being able to bend your knee fully or as far as you would have done it normally, you might be experiencing osteoarthritis.

Loss of flexibility occurs slowly and gradually. A person may hurt his back unusually during a football game or may experience a stiff back in the morning after waking up. This gets more intense with time. In the later stages, you may experience joint pain even while resting.

In case you experience any symptoms of osteoarthritis, you must consult a doctor immediately. The doctor will provide you with a plan aimed at managing and getting a quicker relief from the pain caused due to osteoarthritis. Several over-the-counter medicines, braces for supporting affected joints and range of motion exercises are also effective ways of managing osteoarthritis.

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My both leg knee (between knee and tip of the leg bone) was painful when I'm running are playing. How to get relief from that pain.

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, Ozone Therapy
Orthopedist, Ghaziabad
My both leg knee (between knee and tip of the leg bone) was painful when I'm running are playing. How to get relief f...
Please try to be a good sports shoes there are chances of being flat footed r lack of vitamin D3 and Vitamin B12 avoid running on hard surface do some stretching exercises prior to your Run if pain persist please show a Orthopaedic surgeon.
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Parathyroid Hormone Treatment - How it is Beneficial for Osteoporosis?

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, Ozone Therapy
Orthopedist, Ghaziabad
Parathyroid Hormone Treatment - How it is Beneficial for Osteoporosis?

What is Osteoporosis?
Osteoporosis is a medical condition wherein the bone becomes fragile and breaks easily even with a minor fall. The bones of spine, wrists and hips get affected the most. These fractured bones lead to severe pain and can force a person to become immobile. A spine fracture can even lead to a loss of height.

What is parathyroid hormone?
Parathyroid is a naturally occurring hormone that regulates the amount of calcium present in the body. They mitigate the risk of bone breakage in the body for a patient suffering with osteoporosis. These hormones are injected into the body on a daily basis to maintain the normal flow of calcium in the body.

How does the treatment work?
Treatments are available in the form of drugs and injections. A doctor can prescribe drugs, if the patient is at an increased rate of bone breakage. The parathyroid hormone helps to protect the bone from breaking, but have no role when the bone actually breaks. The body has a natural process of breaking a bone and rebuilding it by itself. Osteoporosis sets in motion when this process of bone formation is disturbed.

When does a doctor prescribe hormonal treatment?
If a patient has undergone a number of vertebral compression fractures and the condition has not improved, a doctor might suggest to undergo parathyroid hormone treatment. The treatment requires nursing support due to a patient’s delicate bone condition. A maximum dosage of 20 micro grams of parathyroid can be injected for a time duration not exceeding 2 years.

Things to know about the treatment:

  1. Be informed: It is good to be well informed about the course of the treatment, treatment duration, plausible problems etc. This will help a patient to be on top of the decision making process. The helpline of the 'National Osteoporosis Society' can be reached to understand the preparation required for a patient to undergo the treatment.
  2. Take the right dosage at the right time: Parathyroid injections should be injected on a daily basis for a maximum time period of 2 years. These injections are taken daily at the same time. It should be ensured that none of the injections are skipped without the prior approval of a doctor. The injection, which lasts for 28 days, needs to be stored in a refrigerator. In case a patient is travelling, special bags are available that has space for storing gel packs.
  3. Side effects: Most patients do not report any side effects, but they do exist. Possible side effects include dizziness, arthralgia, depression and headache. These symptoms often suggest that your body is reacting to the parathyroid hormone treatment. A doctor may or may not prescribe any further drugs to address these symptoms.
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Hi I want to know the exercises to be done post scoliosis correction surgery. I was operated last year. I also do my exercises but I want to know more so that I can have a better posture.

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, Ozone Therapy
Orthopedist, Ghaziabad
Better you follow a proper protocol described by your operating Surgeon because he will be the best person to tell you what type of exercise you can do for you can't so better follow his instruction with the help of physiotherapist doing exercise at your own can harm and reduce the effect of surgery thank you.
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For joint and back pain with swelling is their a need of Mri my Dr. suggest me mri.

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, Ozone Therapy
Orthopedist, Ghaziabad
For joint and back pain with swelling is their a need of Mri my Dr. suggest me mri.
Good morning lybrate-user if your doctor has examined you and ask for an MRI must be required that to see the condition of your soft tissue so speak to your doctor and go ahead.
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I had an ankle sprain while playing cricket today. I have applied ice all day long in regular intervals .still the pain is there and I am not able to walk too with that leg. Pls suggest how to treat it.

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, Ozone Therapy
Orthopedist, Ghaziabad
I had an ankle sprain while playing cricket today. I have applied ice all day long in regular intervals .still the pa...
Good morning please continue applying Eyes twice or thrice in a day fix it with Crepe bandage on ankle immobilizer take some anti inflammatory drugs and do an Xray to rule out any type of fractures please visit orthopedician try to work on your straight leg avoid pronation and supination of ankle keep a pillow under your leg to elevate the limb avoid hanging you let down that will help you to reduce your selling thank you.
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