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Dr. S.srinivas

Physiotherapist, Hyderabad

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Dr. S.srinivas is a renowned Physiotherapist in Suchitra, Hyderabad. He is currently practising at ALIGN PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINIC in Suchitra, Hyderabad. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. S.srinivas on Lybrate.com.

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I m 33 years old. I have a busy routine don't get time for myself as I have two small kids one is 5 n other is 3 now from some days I m feeling very weak. I have back pain n slight knee pains also. My weight is 46 kgs. Please help as I don't want joint pains from know.

Dip. SICOT (Belgium), MNAMS, DNB (Orthopedics), MBBS
Orthopedist, Delhi
I m 33 years old. I have a busy routine don't get time for myself as I have two small kids one is 5 n other is 3 now ...
Hello, You have issues with your knees and lower back. Kindly tell me whether your pains are actually localized type of pains or radiating from lower back region? Also apart from pan, is there any s/s like numbness in legs, weakness in legs or paresthesias like electric shock like sensations etc ? Can you kindly send me the investigations done till now by you and what management has been done? Thanks & Regards Dr Akshay
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Everything You Need To Know About Heel Pains!

M.CH. (Ortho), MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Delhi
Everything You Need To Know About Heel Pains!

Heel pains can be extremely annoying. Most people experience the pain either behind the heel or just under it. Heel pain can affect anyone, irrespective of their age and sex. The pain, though common, seldom poses a threat or any serious health complications.

Factors responsible for heel pain

Walking, running or exercise, the heel bone or calcaneus bears the maximum stress. It acts a shield and provides strong support to the body. However, an injury, infection, or some medical conditions can affect (damage) the heel, resulting in a mild to severe pain. Heel pain can be triggered by;

Plantar Fasciitis: It is one of the most common causes of heel pain. Plantar Fasciitis is a condition characterized by inflammation of plantar fascia (tissue connecting the tip of the foot to the heel). The inflammation mainly results from overstretched plantar fascia. Tight calf muscles (Achilles tendons), obesity, strenuous physical activities, faulty footwear or flat feet can overstretch the plantar fascia.

  1. Posterior tibial neuralgia or Tarsal tunnel syndrome (TTS): TTS is a painful compression neuropathy (ankle or foot) where there is compression of the tibial nerve.
  2. Heel bursitis: In heel bursitis, the retrocalcaneal bursa (located at the back of the heel) gets inflamed. Excessive pressure from the footwear or improper landing on the heel acts as a catalyst, resulting in the inflammation. In heel bursitis, one experiences the pain behind the heel or deep within the heel.

 Severe inflammation of the heel pain

  1. Achilles tendinitis: In Achilles tendinitis, there is an injury to the Achilles tendon (tissue that connects the heel bone to the calf bone). Continuous and repeated stress and pressure on the Achilles tendon cause the injury. Though anyone can be affected by Achilles tendinitis, it mostly affects runners and sports person.
  2. Sever's disease: Common among children (7-15 years), Sever's disease occurs when there is an inflammation of the epiphyseal plate (growth plate) in the heel.
  3. Heel bumps: It results from an excessive rubbing of the immature heel bone. Teenagers are mostly affected by this. Heel bumps can also affect ladies wearing high heels while their heel bones are yet not matured.
  4. Conditions like, Gout, Bone cyst, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoporosis, Bone inflammation due to infection (Osteomyelitis), Peripheral neuropathy, Morton's neuroma can also cause the heel pain.

Treatment and Prevention:
Seek medical assistance in case of

  1. Heel pain accompanied by fever, swelling, and numbness.
  2. Pain that lasts longer than usual.
  3. Difficulty in bending the foot downwards.
  4. The heel pains even when you are resting.

Treatment:

  1. Physiotherapy is the best way to deal with a heel pain.
  2. Corticosteroids.
  3. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are also effective against heel pain.
  4. Assistive devices such as Insoles and orthotics can help speed up the healing process.
  5. Night splints, fitted to the foot and the calf at night (before sleep) can provide great relief.
  6. In extreme cases, surgery may be recommended.

Remember to

  1. Rest as much as possible.
  2. Go for proper fitted, good quality footwear.
  3. Apply ice compress on the affected area.
  4. Maintain a healthy body weight.
  5. A proper warm-up prior to any sports activities or exercise.

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

I have sciatica pain on the left side. Pain is in the back and in the left leg more in the shank region. I feel difficulty in walking due to pain. I feel, I am weekend also. I am 71 male, otherwise active Regards.

BHMS
Homeopath, Chennai
I have sciatica pain on the left side. Pain is in the back and in the left leg more in the shank region.
I feel diffi...
Sciatica refers to pain that begins in the hip and buttocks and continues all the way down the leg. This condition is often accompanied by low back pain, which can be more or less severe than the leg pain. The term “sciatica” indicates that the sciatic nerve, which travels from the lower back through the buttocks and into the leg, is thought to be the cause of the pain in this condition. True sciatica is a condition that occurs when a herniated lumbar disc compresses one of the contributing roots of the sciatic nerve. This type of low back pain is less common than other causes and conditions that produce back pain. Homeopathy as a natural system of medicine offers distinct advantages to the people who suffer from sciatica. The biggest advantage that homoeopathy offers is that it is able to treat the pain very effectively and is able to rectify the compression or irritation on the sciatic nerve. Another great benefit of using homoeopathy is that along with the treatment of sciatica homoeopathy also aims at strengthening the patient’s constitution in order to prevent further recurrences. Wear and tear phenomena are common for everyone. If you happen to use the bones in one position only all the time or most of the time, then, naturally, that point will suffer more friction loss than other places. If friction loss occurs evenly, people will lose some height only with age. But, if it has not occurred evenly then, more friction loss occurring in one place can damage disc to cause disc degeneration or disc bulge or disc prolapse which can induce sciatica. So, caring position is equally important against medicines to rule out exciting cause or maintaining cause. The goal of treatment should not be aimed only at relief but also to prevent recurrence. Rebounding, recurring attack can be given knock outs, when the reviver counsels the sufferer about correct posture in addition to drugs. In addition, “No more attacks” can be brought easily, when a Homeopath selects and prescribes a right drug constitutionally with detailed analyses of cause, nature of pain, aggravating factors, characteristic symptoms of disease and characteristic symptoms of the sufferer. Homeopathy can provide miraculous relief from this nervous pain without any side-effects by controlling the inflammation and infection of the nerves. Also, Homeopathy can treat paralysis or weakness of the leg by rejuvenating the sciatic nerve. It favours enhancement of neuron regeneration / reduction of disc bulge / ruling out other causes to revive impinged nerve. You can easily take an online consultation for further treatment guidance.
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I'll ride bike for maximum time since last month im getting back pain sooo can I do any exercises or any physiotherapy.

BPTh/BPT, MPTh/MPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
I'll ride bike for maximum time since last month im getting back pain sooo can I do any exercises or any physiotherapy.
Extension exercises x 15 times x twice daily - lying on tummy, take left arm up for 3 seconds, then bring it down, right arm up for 3 seconds, bring down. Bring right leg up, hold for 3 seconds, bring it down. Then right leg up and hold for 3 seconds and bring it down. Repeat twice a day- 10 times.
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How Long Does It Take To Recover From Knee Replacement?

MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Mumbai
How Long Does It Take To Recover From Knee Replacement?

Most patients undergoing ‘Total Knee Replacement’ surgery want to know when they will be able to resume their normal lives and routines. Orthopedic Surgeons claim that normally people take three to six months to completely recover post surgery.

  • Recovery is an aspect that is completely  different and varies from person to person depending on his or her body structure, immune system, mental health and even attitude towards life. Knee Replacement Surgery is a life changing experience where one’s body undergoes extreme changes because one of the important and sensitive  organ gets replaced.
  • There are two types of recovery phases which are either short-term or long-term. Short-term recovery requires the patient to walk with minimal aid or no aid and to give up major pain medications in favour of over-the-counter pain relief. This occurs within twelve weeks post surgery. Long-term recovery is what patients normally ask about returning to work and resuming normal life activities. An Orthopedic expert will suggest the recovery measures. Many small or large issues can crop up during a recovery from a small pimple near the wound to a terrific pain.
  • As one person is different from others, the recovery will also vary accordingly. Usually, doctors make a patient stand on his or her feet within 24 hours post surgery. Walking with a frame or crutches is suggested and encouraged. Most people are able to walk independently with sticks, a week after the surgery but this can vary depending on the individual.
  • When the patient is in hospital, physiotherapist teaches him exercises to strengthen the knee and such a patient must perform these exercises for a month or two as the orthopedic surgeon suggests. Post surgery, one can find discomfort in walking or exercising and can even experience swelling. In that case, passive motion machine can give relief by relieving pain.
  • Such a patient can stop using crutches or walking frame about 5 to 6 weeks after the surgery. Even after his or her bones have recovered, it is best to avoid extreme movements where there is a risk of falling or receiving injuries. One can resume driving when he or she can bend the knee smoothly without any discomfort and when one can get  in and out of a car and control the car properly . This is usually around four to six weeks post surgery, but one has to check with physiotherapist or orthopedic  doctor whether it is safe to drive.
  • For three months, one should be able to manage light chores, such as dusting and washing up. Such a patient should avoid heavy household tasks like vacuuming and changing the beds. One should not stand for long periods as it may be painful and may also cause ankle swelling and avoid stretching up or bending down for the first six weeks.
  • A patient who has undergone Knee Replacement surgery can continue to take  prescribed painkillers or anti-inflammatory medications  to help manage any pain and swelling on the operated areas or even on the toes. One can avoid twisting the knee  and take help of supportive shoes while walking and doing any physical activities. Sitting legs crossed can increase the pain around the knee so one can avoid such sitting posture. For couple of months after knee surgery, one can keep leg escalated and can use ice packs whenever needed.

One year ago I went to gym there I picked heavy weight from that time I have back pain in left side what should I do.

BHMS
Homeopath, Raebareli
One year ago I went to gym there I picked heavy weight from that time I have back pain in left side what should I do.
Please do hot and cold compresses. Do massage with warm mustard oil take rest from weightlifting take mag phos 6x - 4 times daily for 10 days continue treatment.
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Meri wife k kabi hand arm kabi pet (stomach) m hamesha dard rehta h Please help me?

Erasmus Mundus Master in Adapted Physical Activity, MPT, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Chennai
Meri wife k kabi hand arm kabi pet (stomach) m hamesha dard rehta h
Please help me?
You can do hot water fermentation and ice therapy at home. If you have shoulder pain then the stiffness will develop more that might make the arm to restrict with the normal range of motion in the shoulder joint and there by the blood circulation gets minimized to the shoulder / arm.
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I'm 24 year old male. I am suffering from back pain I consult many allopathic doctors but I didnt find any relief can you suggest me some medicines to recover from my problem.

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Delhi
Morning stiffness is quite a common condition. Rule out diabetes & vit. D deficiency or any other metabolic disorder. Sleep on a hard bed with soft bedding on it. Use no pillow under the head. Any way take caldikind plus (mankind) 1tab odx10days paracetamol 250mg od & sos x 5days do back (spine) exercises contact me again if need be. Make sure you are not allergic to any of the medicines you are going to take.
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My mom is 69 years old she is suffering from pain in the kneecap and now if she sits if is little difficult to stand immediately. Kindly suggest as she need a remedy for the same. She is a diabetic patient - primary level she has pressure level - low.

BPTh/BPT, MPTh/MPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
My mom is 69 years old she is suffering from pain in the kneecap and now if she sits if is little difficult to stand ...
Contrast Fomentation (Hot and Cold). Avoid Squatting- Avoid sitting Cross legged Sports Taping- stretch the tape from both ends and apply on the affected area
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I have used expired relispray on my knees. It got expired in July 2016. Do I need to worry on this?

BAMS
Ayurveda, Bangalore
I have used expired relispray on my knees. It got expired in July 2016. Do I need to worry on this?
Hi, Recently expired sprays, gels or ointments, when used unknowingly over the skin, does not give rise to serious problems. But never use the expired medicines internally.
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