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Dr. Shamik Bhattacharjee  - Physiotherapist, Guwahati

Dr. Shamik Bhattacharjee

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MPTh/MPT, BPTh/BPT

Physiotherapist, Guwahati

9 Years Experience ₹300 online
Dr. Shamik Bhattacharjee 91% (154 ratings) MPTh/MPT, BPTh/BPT Physiotherapist, Guwahati
9 Years Experience ₹300 online
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Dr. Shamik Bhattacharjee is a popular Physiotherapist in Sreenagar, Guwahati. He has had many happy patients in his 8 years of journey as a Physiotherapist. He is a qualified MPTh/MPT, BPTh/BPT. He is currently practising at VARDAAN Doctor's Plus Physiotherapy Care in Sreenagar, Guwahati. Book an appointment online with Dr. Shamik Bhattacharjee and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Education
MPTh/MPT - Krupanidhi College, RGUHS, Bangalore - 2012
BPTh/BPT - Krupanidhi College, RGUHS, Bangalore - 2009
Past Experience
Consultant Physiotherapist at Manipal Cure & Care Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore Year
Physiotherapist at Narayana Health, Bangalore, Year 2013
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
W-Bengali
Professional Memberships
Member of Federation of Indian Manual Therapists (MFIMT)
Member of Indian Association of Physiotherapists (MIAP)

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2nd Floor, Pragjyoti Eye Care & Research Centre Pvt.Ltd, Hatigarh Chariali, Mother Teresa Road, Zoo-Narengi Road, Landmark : Above HDFC BankGuwahati Get Directions
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I've recently started jogging. But my lower leg front area starts to pain after few steps. I'm not able to jog. Kindly help.

MPTh/MPT, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Guwahati
I've recently started jogging. But my lower leg front area starts to pain after few steps. I'm not able to jog. Kindl...
Hi lybrate-user. What I can understand by your complaint is that most probably you are having shin splints. Along with it there can be other aggravating factors or causes such as reduced muscle strength, flexibility and endurance, plantar fascitis, reduced or no medial arch of foot (Flat Foot), etc. I suggest you consult a Physiotherapist personally, so that a complete physical assessment is done and proper treatment can be provided.
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Hello, I am 27 years old after pregnancy I am suffering from left knee. I had c section delivery and my baby is 6 month boy. My X Ray is normal. But my tsh is 11.0 not taking any medicine. One of our family doctor said you have increased fluid in your knee. Is it possible? While climbing step and banding leg I fill pain. I read an article they told that increased tsh may lead to pain in knee. please suggest me some. and tsh medicine also.

MPTh/MPT, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Guwahati
Hello, I  am 27 years old after pregnancy I am suffering from left knee. I had c section delivery and my baby is 6 mo...
Hi, yes it is possible that the fluid around the joints can increase and cause pain. Also, post-pregnancy there is sudden changes in weight so it can affect the joints. TSH levels are also responsible for joints and muscle pain. I would suggest that you try to get a Physiotherapist at home to train you in post-natal Physiotherapy exercises which are done after childbirth, to help cope up with bodily changes and any kind of pain that may arise after childbirth.
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I got swelling in both ankles all of sudden from 5-6 days. The swelling is significant and is quite painful to make movement and walk. This has happened first time. There are reddish patches of skin too around ankles with pain in pressing them. Earlier during extreme winter I used to have swollen toes sometimes during January-February. But never ankles. There are no other symptoms. The swelling gets very painful in evenings.

MPTh/MPT, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Guwahati
I got swelling in both ankles all of sudden from 5-6 days. The swelling is significant and is quite painful to make m...
Hi, there is a possibility that its happening due to water retention in the body and fluctuating levels of sodium, potassium and uric acid in the body. I suggest you visit a general physician personally and get yourself examined. Doctor might advise for a kidney function test.
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What Is Physiotherapy?

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Physiotherapist, Guwahati

Stretches For Back Pain Relief

MPTh/MPT, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Guwahati
Stretches For Back Pain Relief

Do these simple stretches regularly, atleast twice a day. While doing any stretch, as soon as you feel the stretch, hold for count of 5-10, and then return to starting position, repeat 10 times.

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How Stretching Routines Can Help Boost Your Flexibility?

MPTh/MPT, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Guwahati
How Stretching Routines Can Help Boost Your Flexibility?

Stretching is very important for your well-being. Not only does it help you become more agile and flexible, it helps you become better at sports and also makes sure that you have fewer injuries when you are playing sports. Here are some exercises, which are guaranteed to make sure that your flexibility will improve:

1. The runner's stretch
In this stretch, put your right foot forward and then try to touch the floor with your fingertips. If your fingers do not reach the floor, place them as far down as possible. You have to then inhale, and go back to your starting position.

2. The standing side stretch
This stretch starts when you are standing straight upwards with your arms raised above your head and your fingers interlocked. When you breathe out you have to slowly bend your upper body to the right then return to the starting position. After you have reached the starting position, you inhale again and after you have inhaled, you have to stretch your upper body to the left.

3. The forward hang
In this stretch, your starting position is when you stand with your legs apart and then you lock your fingers together and place them behind your back. Once this is done, you breathe in. After breathing in, you have to exhale by bending forward and keeping your hands interlocked above your head. You have to hold this position for 5 seconds.

4. The low lunge arch
This stretch involves bringing your right leg as forward as possible and then lowering your left knee onto the floor. You then have to lock your hands together with your palms facing the floor and your hands in front of your body. You then have to inhale for the stretch. The stretch involves lifting your arms as far up as possible and then stretching as far back as possible keeping your legs in the position they were already in. Once you have finished this exercise, you have to do the exact same thing with the left leg in front. If you wish to discuss any specific problem, you can consult a physiotherapist.

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Information on MRI

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Physiotherapist, Guwahati
Information on MRI

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Exercises For Neck Region!

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Physiotherapist, Guwahati
Exercises For Neck Region!

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Calf Pain!

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Physiotherapist, Guwahati
Calf Pain!

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Yoga Vs Gym - Which One Is Better?

MPTh/MPT, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Guwahati
Yoga Vs Gym - Which One Is Better?

Any form of regular exercise is a must for a healthy lifestyle. While some people prefer to work out in a gym, others like the calmness of their own house where they can practice yoga or a walk in the park. Each style of exercise has its own pros and cons. Let's take a look at working out in the gym vs yoga and regular walks.

Benefits of yoga and walking over going to gym:

Good for both - the mind and the body
Yoga is a lifestyle and not merely an exercise routine. Thus, it not only builds and tones muscles but also strengthens your lung capacity, digestive system etc. It is also said to increase the ability of the mind to focus and attentiveness.
You could walk on a treadmill in the gym but taking a walk outdoors does more good to your body. Being with nature when you walk outdoors is known to be an effective stress buster and helps you calm your senses. Walking can also help improve your moods and is a form of treatment for depression as well.

Does not need any special equipment
With yoga, there is no need for weights or special shoes. All you need is a flat, firm surface which could be the carpet in your bedroom or your lawn outdoors. The only equipment you need for a walk is a pair of sturdy, comfortable walking shoes. This makes yoga and walking budget friendly as well compared to gym membership costs.

Can be done anywhere
Since yoga does not need any special equipment, it can be practiced anywhere and at any time. Taking a break from sitting at your desk - try doing pranayam. Keep a pair of walking shoes handy and at lunch break take a quick walk around the block - there's nothing to stop you.

Less chances of injuring yourself
Once again, since yoga does not need specialized weights or equipment, there are less chances of injuring yourself. Yoga also does not focus on speed, allowing you to move comfortably - in a way that your body always feels good.
Walking again is an exercise that allows you to work at your own pace and does not make you compete with others. As long as you see where you are going and avoid walking on tarred surfaces, the chances of injuring yourself while walking are also very low.

Long term weight loss  
A reason most gym enthusiasts prefer a strenuous workout to yoga and walking is faster weight loss. These techniques do help lose weight but the process is slow. However, since this weight has been lost gradually, it is more likely to stay off. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Physiotherapist.

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