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Sai Physiotherapy Center

  4.4  (445 ratings)

Physiotherapist Clinic

18-North Yashwant Ganj, Near Malhar Ganj Police Station Indore
1 Doctor · ₹200
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Sai Physiotherapy Center   4.4  (445 ratings) Physiotherapist Clinic 18-North Yashwant Ganj, Near Malhar Ganj Police Station Indore
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Our goal is to provide a compassionate professional environment to make your experience comfortable. Our staff is friendly, knowledgable and very helpful in addressing your health and fin......more
Our goal is to provide a compassionate professional environment to make your experience comfortable. Our staff is friendly, knowledgable and very helpful in addressing your health and financial concerns.
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Sai Physiotherapy Center is known for housing experienced Physiotherapists. Dr. Ritesh Kharnal, a well-reputed Physiotherapist, practices in Indore. Visit this medical health centre for Physiotherapists recommended by 87 patients.

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06:00 PM - 08:30 PM

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18-North Yashwant Ganj, Near Malhar Ganj Police Station
Indore, Madhya Pradesh - 452002
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Dr. Ritesh Kharnal

MSPT (Master of Physical Therapy)
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I have worked for a prove mnp company daily i was site down for an 8 hr so I have back pain so how can I solve my back pain it has been very careful to me kill it pain.

MSPT (Master of Physical Therapy)
Physiotherapist, Indore
I have worked for a prove mnp company daily i was site down for an 8 hr so I have back pain so how can I solve my bac...
Start doing some back extension exercise. And take a break in between your working and walk or do some stretching exercise.
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Foot Facts

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Physiotherapist, Indore
Foot Facts

Foot Facts

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How Weight Of Your Head Affects Your Neck?

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Physiotherapist, Indore
How Weight Of Your Head Affects Your Neck?

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How Sitting And Standing Is Killing Us?

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Physiotherapist, Indore
How Sitting And Standing Is Killing Us?

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How To Get Rid Of Sciatic Nerve Pain?

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Physiotherapist, Indore
How To Get Rid Of Sciatic Nerve Pain?

Im going to gym for two days for the first time ever. I can not lift my hands. I can not do my day to day activities. Its painful. How long the pain continues. Im not too fatty. I have little belly fat and little huge thighs. Im going for fitness not body building. I really can not tolerate. Pls suggest me to continue going gym or leave?

MSPT (Master of Physical Therapy)
Physiotherapist, Indore
Im going to gym for two days for the first time ever. I can not lift my hands. I can not do my day to day activities....
Hi. This is called DOMS. Every time you start exercise this will happen with every one. Just do some stretching exercise and message. U will be all right.
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I vijay Kumar 36 years old. I am suffering from Lower back buttak left side pain from one year. What causes, treatment, test.please ask me about the above topic. Thanks.

MSPT (Master of Physical Therapy)
Physiotherapist, Indore
I vijay Kumar 36 years old. I am suffering from Lower back buttak left side pain from one year. What causes, treatmen...
Go and your x ray done for lower back. And do some light stratching and strengthening exercise for back muscles. Do isometric back do not band forward and lift heavy weight.
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Is there any things let it be medicine that help to correct posture I'm 25 years I try to correct my posture sitting straight but sometimes later I find lot pain on my back and shoulder. Help me.

MSPT (Master of Physical Therapy)
Physiotherapist, Indore
Is there any things let it be medicine that help to correct posture I'm 25 years I try to correct my posture sitting ...
Theses r some exercise that you have to do on regular basis. 1. Rowing 2. Shoulder shurging. 3. Scapular protraction. 4. Shoulder and upper back strengthening.
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Knee arthritis exercises

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Knee arthritis exercises
Knee arthritis exercises.
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Healthy diet.

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Vitamin D deficiency: Facts and Implications

         
Vitamin D deficiency prevails in epidemic proportions all over the Indian subcontinent, with a prevalence of at least 50%-70% in the general population.  So, many of us might be Vitamin D deficient without knowing it.

Why we need Vitamin D:

Our body needs Vitamin D to absorb calcium. Hence, Calcium supplements are generally given with Vitamin D (Vitamin D3, Cholecalciferol).
Vitamin D deficiency can cause bone problems (osteoporosis), heart disease, diabetes and even increase risk of cancer.
The recommended form of Vitamin D as a supplement is Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol). Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) is much more effective than its other form, Vitamin D2 (Calciferol).

Sources of Vitamin D:

Adequate exposure to sunlight. Although it is difficult to go out in the scorching summer heat, do try to get some sun exposure daily.
Food: Milk fortified with Vitamin D, salmon, tofu, tuna, fish oils, egg yolks, mushrooms and fortified cereals.

Things to keep in mind:

You don’t need to tan or to burn your skin in order to get the Vitamin D you need.
People with dark skin pigmentation may need significantly more sunlight exposure than fair-skinned people to generate the same amount of Vitamin D.

MSPT (Master of Physical Therapy)
Physiotherapist, Indore
12 Tips to Manage Back Pain

Back pain is a common health problem that affects most people at some point in their life. It may be triggered by bad posture while sitting or standing, bending awkwardly, or lifting heavy objects incorrectly

Common causes:

Muscle spasms and strains

Disc problems: a sudden back movement may cause the disc to bulge or rupture completely. This causes pain in the back or along the course of the nerve that has been pressed-usually the buttocks, leg or foot.

Osteoarthritis and osteoporosis are ( Above> 50 years)

Ankylosing spondylitis: this is a type of arthritis that affects the spine. It occurs mostly in young men. It causes back pain, stiff back and difficulty in bending

Tips to manage Back pain

When you have back pain, use ice or heat. Ice is best in the first 24 to 48 hours after an injury because it reduces inflammation. After 48 hours, you can switch to heat .
Whether you use heat or ice — take it off after about 20 minutes to give your skin a rest.
It is important to keep moving as much as possible. You may require bed rest when the pain in acute, but prolonged bed rest is not helpful.
Exercise regularly to strengthen the abdominal muscles that work with back muscles to stabilize the spine
Always consult a professional trainer before starting a workout regimen
Improve your posture. Keep your spine straight while sitting and standing. Avoid slouching
If you have a desk job, get up every 20 minutes or so and stretch backwards
Design your workplace so you don’t have to hunch forward to see your computer monitor or reach way out for your mouse
Use a desk chair that supports your lower back and allows you to keep your feet planted firmly on the floor
When driving, adjust your car set and steering wheel to a correct height and distance
Be especially careful of your posture when lifting heavy objects. Never bend over from the waist Instead, bend and straighten from the knees

If your pain does not improve, consult a doctor. Your doctor may prescribe anti-inflammatory medicines for a few days till the acute stage is over

MSPT (Master of Physical Therapy)
Physiotherapist, Indore
World Arthritis Day: All You Need To Know About Arthritis


What is Arthritis?

Arthritis is inflammation of the joints in one or more areas of the body. The symptoms of arthritis usually appear gradually but they may also occur suddenly.

What Causes Arthritis?

There are different causes depending on the type of arthritis. The most common types are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

Osteoarthritis: this is caused by normal wear and tear throughout life; this natural breakdown of cartilage tissue can be exacerbated by an infection or injury to the joints.

Rheumatoid arthritis: In rheumatoid arthritis, the body’s immune system attacks the lining of the joint capsule. This lining, known as the synovial membrane, becomes inflamed and swollen.

Who is at risk?

Risk factors for arthritis include:

Family history
Age: The risk of many types of arthritis increases with age.
Gender: Women are more likely than are men to develop rheumatoid arthritis, while most of the people who have gout are men.
Previous joint injury: People who have injured a joint are more likely to eventually develop arthritis in that joint.
Obesity: Carrying excess weight puts stress on joints, especially knees, hips and spine. Obese people have a higher risk of developing arthritis

What Are the signs of Arthritis?

These include joint pain and stiffness, swelling of the joints, decrease in range of motion of joints or redness of the skin around the joint.

How Is Arthritis Diagnosed?

The doctor diagnoses arthritis on the basis of:

Physical examination
Laboratory tests: Fluids commonly analyzed include blood, urine and joint fluid.
Imaging: Imaging scans such as X-ray, MRI, and CT scans are commonly used to assess extend of damage to joints
Arthroscopy: arthroscopy involves inserting a small, flexible tube called an arthroscope through an incision near the joint. The arthroscope transmits images from inside the joint to a video screen.

How is Arthritis managed?

The main goal of treatment is to reduce pain, prevent any additional damage to the joints and improve joint mobility. Management includes:

Medications: these are given to manage symptoms of arthritis and to improve range of motion.

Surgery: Surgery may be needed to replace the damaged joint with an artificial one.

Exercise:  Exercise can help in strengthening the muscles around the affected joint and prevent further damage. Options include stretching exercises, exercises that provide range of motion, low-impact aerobic exercise such as walking, cycling.

Weight loss: Being overweight can increase complications of arthritis and contribute to arthritis pain. Make gradual and permanent lifestyle changes like eating healthy, portion control, avoiding deep fried foods and following an exercise regimen.
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