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Dr. Deep Arya - Physiotherapist, Gurgaon

Dr. Deep Arya

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Physiotherapist, Gurgaon

23 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic  ·  ₹250 online
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Dr. Deep Arya 86% (303 ratings) BPT Physiotherapist, Gurgaon
23 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic  ·  ₹250 online
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Spending excessive time on computer or mobile phone often leads to neck pain which has grown to be a common problem among masses over the past few years.

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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. Deep Arya is one of the best Physiotherapists in Jhandewalan, Delhi. He has been a practicing Physiotherapist for 21 years. He is a qualified BPT. He is currently associated with Arya Physiotherapy Clinic in Jhandewalan, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Deep Arya on Lybrate.com.

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Spending excessive time on computer or mobile phone often leads to neck pain which has grown to be a common problem among masses over the past few years.

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Hi, Having pain below right rib for the last ten days taking gas tablets no relief what should I do.

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Physiotherapist, Gurgaon
Hi, Having pain below right rib for the last ten days taking gas tablets no relief what should I do.
Hi did you injure urself any where check the painful area incase there is any swelling or redness if yes apply ice packs if there is not redness in the area then apply heat packs if still it doesnot reduce then go and see a physician.
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HI, I got leg fracture below knee and I got plaster after 10 days it feels a little bit pain and burning that's place what should I do?

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Physiotherapist, Gurgaon
Hi lybrate-user you need to keep your leg elevated on a pillow do not hang the leg down and do not try to walk you will have to have patience as bones take time to heal.
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Be Selfish When It Comes To Your Body!

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Physiotherapist, Gurgaon
Be Selfish When It Comes To Your Body!

Who is your life partner? 

Mom? 
Dad? 
Husband /wife? 
Best friend? 
Son? 
Daughter? 


Or someone else?
Your real life partner is your body. You and your body stay together from the beginning of your life till your last breath.

You enjoy each relationship in this world that you feel is good for you. But you also play an important role in your body. 

What you do to your body is your responsibility and that will come back to you. The more you care for your body, the more your body will care for you. 

What you eat, What you do for being fit, How you deal with stress (physical/mental/emotional), How much rest you give to it. Will decide how your body gonna respond in your day to day life. 

Remember your body is the only permanent address where you live. 

What your body wants is? 

  • Love
  • Care
  • Respect 
  • Politeness
  • Humbleness
  • Honesty

Your body is your responsibility. 
Because You are your real life partner. 
 

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How Physiotherapy Can Help Manage Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

BPT
Physiotherapist, Gurgaon
How Physiotherapy Can Help Manage Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that affects around 3%-5% of the population and generally affects women more than men. This syndrome affects the fingers therefore drastically impairing your ability to perform routine tasks.

Causes of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Anything that bothers or stresses the median nerve in the carpal tunnel area can lead to carpal tunnel. However, there are lot of other reasons which may contribute towards causing a condition like carpal tunnel syndrome. They are:

  1. Obesity- Being overweight is considered to be one of the major causes of carpal tunnel since all that extra fat puts a lot of pressure on your bones, which puts pressure on the nerve.
  2. Gender- Carpal tunnel is generally more common in women because the size of women’s carpal tunnels are smaller than men. 
  3. Anatomical reasons- Arthritis or bone dislocation and fracture can lead to modification of the space in the carpal tunnel area. This puts intense pressure on the median nerve and also leads to deformation of the wrist bone.
  4. Nerve conditions- Conditions such as multiple sclerosis and diabetes can lead to carpal tunnel syndrome because they mainly affect and damage the nerves, which means it also affects the median nerve where the carpal tunnel is located.
  5. Medical conditions- Several medical conditions such as kidney damage or kidney failure, hypothyroid or hyperthyroid and menopause can also cause carpal tunnel syndrome.
  6. Inflammation- Inflammation is one of the biggest reasons of carpal tunnel. Rheumatoid arthritis, which is directly caused by inflammation can damage the tendons in your wrist and put a lot of pressure on your median nerve leading to carpal tunnel
  7. Body fluids imbalance- As it is commonly known, menopause and pregnancy can cause a lot of fluid retention in the body which tends to aggravate the median nerve in which the carpal tunnel is located.

Symptoms of Carpal Tunnel
Carpal tunnel syndrome doesn’t happen overnight, it is more of a gradual condition. The common symptoms of carpal tunnel are:

  1. Loss of strength in arm- This condition can cause a lot of weakness in your arms which may lead to you dropping things. The median nerve in which the carpal tunnel is located regulates and controls the thumbs pinching muscles and when these muscles become weak, it causes you to momentarily lose your motor skills.
  2. Numbness and prickling sensation- In carpal tunnel syndrome, except for the little finger all the other fingers are affected i.e. ring finger, middle finger, index finger and the thumb. Carpal tunnel patients generally experience an electric shock-like sensation in their fingers while holding things and this pain travels from the wrist to the hand. This sensation can even cause you to come awake at night.
  3. Pain and burning that travels up your arm
  4. Wrist pain at night that interferes with sleep

How can physiotherapy help with carpal tunnel syndrome?
Physiotherapy is a very good idea for dealing with a condition like carpal tunnel syndrome because it takes into account the whole problem and tries to solve it without involving getting into medications.
Once your physiotherapist has understood where the pain is and from where it is originating, he will treat you and guide you in such a way that will work towards lessening the strain on your median nerve. Some of the most useful ways of fighting carpal tunnel are:

  1. Splints and braces- The use of splints and braces because it keeps your hands in a stable and straight position and prevents too much pressure on them. In case your physiotherapist feels that your work is aggravating your condition, he will ask you to stop putting excessive pressure on your body especially your hands.
  2. TENS- TENS is a type of a machine which stands for Transcutaneous Electrical Muscle Stimulation. This machine helps in reducing the pain of carpal tunnel syndrome.
  3. Ultrasound- Ultrasound therapy helps in countering the pain of carpal tunnel by applying an instrument on the affected area and releasing sound waves which are then absorbed by the tissues. This helps in the reduction of disability and pain.
  4. Laser- Cold laser also known as low level laser therapy is a highly effective and painless form of treatment which helps in decreasing pain and inflammation and also helps in reinstituting healthy tissue. The laser treatment also rehabilitates the body’s normal functioning by repairing the affected tissues and cells and also increases blood circulation and all this in combination helps in getting rid of the pain.

Physiotherapy is a universally acknowledged and safe form of treatment when it comes to bone-related ailments. This type of treatment doesn’t just help you with your condition, but it also saves a lot of your money and time when compared to other modes of treatments. 

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How much will take to completely recover a patient of 80 years to completely recover fro dynamic hip surgery?

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Physiotherapist, Gurgaon
Hi there is no fixed time for recovery it all depends on the patients bone health also patient need to be regular with the exercises.
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Hi sir good morning, im playing cricket since my child age but now after some days I have back pain so please can you tell what I do.?

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Physiotherapist, Gurgaon
Hi sir good morning, im playing cricket since my child age
but now after some days I have back pain so please can you...
Hi lybrate-user you need to be careful with your warm up exercises also start doing back strengthening exercises and hamstrings stretching exercises.
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Tips Especially for Senior Citizens!

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Physiotherapist, Gurgaon
Tips Especially for Senior Citizens!


*A study shows that over 51% of old people fall down while climbing stairs. Every year, many people are injured by falling while climbing stairs.*

*Experts reminder:* 

*After 60 years:- these 10 actions should be avoided:*

*1. Do not climb staircase.*
*if must climb, hold on firmly to stair-case railings.

*2. Do not rapidly twist your head.* 
*warm up your whole body first.*

*3. Do not bend your body to touch your toe. Warm up your whole body first.*

*4. Do not stand to wear your" pants. Wear your pants while sitting down*

*5. Do not sit up when lying face up. Sit up from one side (left hand side, or right hand side) of your body.*

*6. Do not twist your body before exercise. Warm up whole first.*

*7. Do not walk backwards.*
*falling backwards can result in serious injury.*

*8. Do not bend waist to lift heavy weight. Bend your knees & lift up heavy object while half squatting.*

*9. Do not get up fast from bed. Wait a few minutes before getting up from bed.*

*10. Do not over force defecation. Let it come naturally.* 

One more important thing you must be active always think positive as life has started now only after all years of hard working now it's time to enjoy life.

*Please forward to all especially seniors.*

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Having knee n heel bone pain since more than 2 months. First consulted orthopedist. He gave Tendosave for daily n lemme for once a week. But nothing helped as mine x -ray was all normal. Am doing proper rest n exercises. Than I did physiotherapy. In which I did UST n IFT both for knee n heel area. But now also pain is same. Am having diabetes n thyroid too. Which is under control n taking medicine for that. After wasting so much of time n money. My knee n heel pain is same. What should do.

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Physiotherapist, Gurgaon
Having knee n heel bone pain since more than 2 months. First consulted orthopedist. He gave Tendosave for daily n lem...
U can go in for paraffin wax bath UST and laser thearpy also check out on your foot wear you can use silicone insoles for the shoes start doing contrast bath also get blood test done to check S Uric Acid incase that is high you will need to take dietary precautions and medicines.
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