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Dr. Pradip Sharma - Orthopedist, Gurgaon

Dr. Pradip Sharma

MBBS, MS, DNB

Orthopedist, Gurgaon

12 Years Experience  ·  800 at clinic
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Dr. Pradip Sharma MBBS, MS, DNB Orthopedist, Gurgaon
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Dr. Pradip Sharma is an experienced orthopaedician with extensive experience in trauma and emergency care. He has been a part of the specialized emergency response team. He also specializ......more
Dr. Pradip Sharma is an experienced orthopaedician with extensive experience in trauma and emergency care. He has been a part of the specialized emergency response team. He also specializes in limb lengthening procedures. During his tenure he also has many successful joint replacement cases to his credit.
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Dr. Pradip Sharma is a popular Orthopedist in Sector-43, Gurgaon. He has been a successful Orthopedist for the last 12 years. He studied and completed MBBS, MS, DNB . He is currently practising at Paras Hospitals-Gurgaon in Sector-43, Gurgaon. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Pradip Sharma on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS, MS, DNB - . - 2006
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Professional Memberships
India Orthopedic Association
K K Ramlingam - Gold Medal 1998
C V Mutaitu Gold Medal 2006

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Paras Hospital - Sushant Lok

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I am flat footed person. So I am lazy to go for a walk, eventhough it is an easy and good exercise. Kindly advise to overcome the difficulty in walking for more than half an hour. Thanks.

Dip. SICOT (Belgium), MNAMS, DNB (Orthopedics), MBBS
Orthopedist, Delhi
I am flat footed person. So I am lazy to go for a walk, eventhough it is an easy and good exercise. Kindly advise to ...
Hi thanks for your query and welcome to lybrate. I am Dr. Akshay from fortis hospital, new delhi. Flat foot is a common problem which at your age can now be tackled with shoe modifications as advised. There are now centres available which do a detailed study of your gait and accordingly do the shoe modifications. Apart from that specific exercises aimed at strengthening the intrinsic muscles of the foot are very important. If you can send me your foot lateral standing x rays, I probably can see and advise you accordingly. Do not hesitate to contact me if you need any further assistance. You can also discuss your case and treatment plans with me in a greater detail in a private consultation.
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Hi, I attached here MRI reports. Please advise how could I come out from back pain without surgery. MRI - LUMBAR spine 19,10.2016: Findings: loss of normal lumbar lordosis seen? Due to muscle spasm. Lumbar vertebrae appears normal in alignment .No listhesis. Small Schmorl's nodes noted involving the endplates of multiple lumbar vertebra. Degeneration ofL1-L2, L2-L3 and L4-L5 lumbar intervertebral disc Posterior annular tear noted at L1-L2, L2-L3 and L4-LSlevels. At Ll-L2 level there is right paramidline protrusion, No foramina narrowing. At L2-L3, L3-L4 diffuse posterior disc bulge noted ,causing effacement of ventral thecal sac and inferior recess of bilateral neural foramina narrowing at L3-L4 level. At L4-L5 level, posterocentral and left forminal protrusion causing, significant canal stenosis and left neural foramina narrowing ,resulting in compression of exiting L4 and traversing LS nerve roots at this level. At LS-Sllevel, no disc bulge or herniation. Conus medullaris appear unremarkable. Impression: - Lumbar spondylosis degenerative changes as mentioned ,predominant at L4-L5 level. - At L4-LSlevel, posterocentral and left forminal protrusion causing, significant canal stenosis and left neural foramina narrowing ,resulting in compression of exiting left L4 and traversing Left LSnerve roots at this level. Approving Doctor: Somasundaram Sivaraman. MD.DNB. FRCR (UK)

BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Hi, I attached here MRI reports. Please advise how could I come out from back pain without surgery. MRI - LUMBAR spin...
Fist think you lose your wait you can complicated bad rest 20 days you can also physiotherapy at your home but you about this ask your orthopedic doc. Then home physiotherapy but physiotherapy at list 2 months. U fill mostly released.
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I am suffering from running nose and also high fever headache, joint pain,i want to sleep 24 hrs, acute weakness, my fever goes down for 5 hrs. After taking calpol and again returns back. Is it common cold?

BHMS
Homeopath, Delhi
I am suffering from running nose and also high fever headache, joint pain,i want to sleep 24 hrs, acute weakness, my ...
Its a viral fever,and it is because of changing weather. It will take some time. Don't worry. Keep your body hydrated and if your condition doesn't get better in week time,consult the doctor...
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My mother has pain in her fingers and pain increases if she do any work which involves water. This pain is severe in winter season .which specialist we should consult?

MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Surat
My mother has pain in her fingers and pain increases if she do any work which involves water. This pain is severe in ...
She might be having Raynouds phenomena, in which when a person comes in contact with cold water, hand becomes white. You can consult an Orthopaedician first. He may then refer you, if required, to neurophysician or Vascular Surgeon.
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Right Scapula has been displaced and came little upward. It was from years but nowadays it pains at night please suggest a way to get cured, Physiotherapy can be done or any surgery. It is swollen near neck and shoulder region Thank you.

B.P.T, M.P.T(ORTHO), Certification in Gym Instructor & Prenatal and Post natal
Physiotherapist, Gurgaon
Right Scapula has been displaced and came little upward. It was from years but nowadays it pains at night please sugg...
Dear sir surgery is d last option. U need to discuss your complete history with reports to physiotherapist n then lets see what he advices. I think swelling cn be decreased with help of modalities n manipulation cn place it back to normal hopefully.
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I had an injury in my shoulder as I fell in basketball court. Now its completely healed. Should I go for a tetanus injection if yes please give reason. I am 1st year mbbs student.

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Delhi
I had an injury in my shoulder as I fell in basketball court.  Now its completely healed.   Should I go for a tetanus...
If you have taken inj. Tt in last 6 months then you need not take it now. I hope you have had your primary inoculation done in childhood.
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I am paining back pain from ten years ago and also have aastma so I have a breathing problem so suggest me ways.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Hyderabad
I am paining back pain from ten years ago and also have aastma so I have a breathing problem so suggest me ways.
*sit straight so that back bone gets proper support. A dining chair is better than a laid back sofa. *you can use mustard oil for massage which is good in winter season for relieving pain. Eucalyptus oil is also good *soft bed will not give proper support to your back bone. Hard bed with thin mattress and thin pillow is better. *get yourself tested whether you have spondylitis problem. Homoeopathy has a good treatment for this without adverse effects. Take calc fluor 200--once daily in the morning.
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Paralysis - Understanding The Role Of Physiotherapy In Treating It!

MPTh/MPT
Physiotherapist, Rajkot
Paralysis - Understanding The Role Of Physiotherapy In Treating It!

Physiotherapy can greatly help a patient of paralysis by making him/her independent to the maximum extent. Physiotherapy also plays an important role in negating potential complications after a paralysis. Although the process of rehabilitation can take time, it produces significantly encouraging result for a patient to continue with it until full recovery. The recovery depends on the type of paralysis a person has undergone.

Notably, there are four types of paralysis:

  1. Hemiplegia

  2. Quadriplegia

  3. Paraplegia

  4. Monoplegia

Role of Physiotherapy

The process of physiotherapy should resume as soon as the patient is stabilized. It not only helps in relaxing muscles, but also helps in smooth blood circulation. Long-term therapy can ensure muscle tone and overall well-being of an individual.

In the case of an external injury related to the brain, physiotherapy can speed up the recovery and reduce swelling to a significant extent. Some of the benefits are-

  1. Physiotherapy can help a person regain the highest possible mobility.

  2. Physiotherapy can increase the respiratory function of a person.

  3. It helps the person in bringing down blood pressure and contracture.

  4. A physiotherapist also focuses on unaffected area and works on them to ensure that the unaffected part of the body, in no way, loses mobility and retains the natural strength.

  5. Physiotherapy also helps to manage a paralyzed bladder.

  6. A physiotherapist suggests proper wheelchair, splint, braces, orthosis etc. These help a person to reintegrate quickly after the paralysis.

  7. Physiotherapy lifts the morale and motivation of a patient by addressing post-traumatic experiences such as denial, anxiety, hostility, depression and anger.

  8. It also serves as a perfect guide for the family of the patient.

Exercises that a Physiotherapist Suggests-

  1. Aerobic Exercise: This is a set of physical exercises that lets the muscle tissues exchange oxygen at a rapid rate. The goal is to enhance the function of the motor neuron and the aerobic capacity of a patient. Support straps and gain belts might be required for a patient to stand on feet. A handrail helps to walk during this phase.

  2. Physical Conditioning: Balance, stability, and coordination is the motive of any physical program for a paralyzed individual. Passive or active motion exercises help an individual to regain function of the limbs. Passive exercise also helps to regain strength. A physiotherapist rotates the thumb of a patient in such a way that the back of his hand faces forward.

  3. Leg Rotations: One common exercise that is tried by a physiotherapist is to make the patient lie down on a mat with his/her legs straightened. Supporting the knee joint and the ankle, the right leg is moved outward and pulled backward. This is again repeated with the other leg.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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