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Yelchala Bal Reddy
I have never seen a doctor like him who is so down to earth... the treatment given was very good... he receives the patient in a friendly manner and listens to the problem patiently... I would suggest this doctor for the once who is suffering with rheumatology problems
Doctor consultation was good but doctor fees was different what it was showing in the website. When I did the booking it was showing 500 but at the clinic receptionist took 600. I donot understand then what is the meaning of giving wrong information.
my mother have artharities we met dr.sarvajeeth pal,doctor explained nicely and given treatment.
The dr patiently listened. Explained abt the problem suggested further diagnosis and follow up
Very good patiently, amicable Doctor & good treatment
Pain in the knee joint, & after stress it will be swallowed and irritated pains after walk & seat & down, everyday walking done for last 6 months BMR showing normal to weight, please suggest any test or medicinal treatment to recover.
I am suffering severe leg and knee pain what should I do, I take medicine in kottakal ayurvedha but still it was not cure.
I have pain on right leg near knees And also there is a black dot I don't get the reason BT its painful sometimes.
I'm 46 years old and I'm suffering from knee pains which are making me unable to even walk can I get any solution for this problem?
GETTING ACQUAINTED WITH ARTHRITIS
Aches and pains are called different things by different people, but when doctors say arthritis, they are referring to painful inflammation in a joint. In some form of arthritis the inflammation brings with it swelling, pain and redness. The damage occurring in bones and tissues of the joints makes them stiff and often makes movement difficult.Arthritis may be a chronic disease, as opposed to an acute disease, which is serious for a while, is treatable, and goes away with treatment. Some forms of arthritis do not go away but can be controlled with treatment. Treatment can help you lead a normal life and continue your daily activities in a productive way. The treatment for arthritis must continue. In many cases remission occurs. That means the symptoms disappear for a while but may reappear after sometimes. Treatment must be continued to prevent recurrence or to lengthen the amount of time before symptoms flare up again.
MOST COMMON FORMS.
The most common forms of arthritis are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. In the US over 16 million people have osteoarthritis, 6 million have rheumatoid arthritis. Osteoarthritis is sometimes known as the wear-and-tear disease or old age arthritis. It is solely a disease of the joints that occurs with increasingly frequency with age, though it does affect people as early as age 35. It begins gradually and may remain mild for sometime. There is usually little inflammation with this type of arthritis, and it does not cause general illness or affect parts of the body other than the joints. Disability often develops gradually.Rheumatoid arthritis is inflammatory and attacks more than the joints. It may cause disease in the lungs, skin, blood vessels, eyes,spleen, and heart. This is a type of arthritis that can cripple and even kill.It is a chronic disease, but in some cases acute spells occur when inflammation flares up unpredictably. About three times more women have this type than men.In children it may destroy joints and can affect the growth pattern.Three other types of arthritis are much less common. Ankylosing spondylitis is a chronic inflammatory conditionmost common in men,which affects the spine and usually begins in the teens or early twenties.Systemic lupus erythematosus (known a SLE or lupus) is an acute systemic disease related to rheumatoid arthritis. It causes inflammation and damage to joint and organs throughout the body. Sometimes the kidneys, heart, lungs,brain, and blood vessels are affected by inflammation. A common feature of the disease is a skin rash on the face. Ten times more women have SLE than men.Gout, or gouty arthritis, attacks and inflames any of the joints, one at a time. The most common site is the big toe. More men have it than women.